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Productivity Calculation for Steel Works

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Suhaila Tsu
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Hi all.

I need help on the productivity calculation for structural steel works

How many manpower we should consider for how many tonnage.

Now i have 700ton steel beams and column. It is for the construction of 6 floor factory expansion. The duration is 6month

I need to calculate on the manpower.

Please give me some guidance

Thank u so much in advance

 

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Renzo Constenla B...
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Hi:

 

for structural steel works, I have used (as estimation and confirmed with m-h usage) from 90 to 120 m-h/ton, from classification, installation, alignment, bolting, etc. Consumption for machinery (crane, manlift) is not considered in this range.

Considers the type of structure (heay, ligth, medium, etc), classified as per kg/m.

 

regards

Item No. CREW SIZE Hourly Production Production Rate Per 10 hrs. Production Rate Per Unit KG 8 hrs (kg) RF REINFORCEMENT RF 01 Fix Rebar to footings & tie beams 1 STEEL FIXER 25 250 200 RF 02 Fix Rebar to walls, columns, beams, solid slabs 1 STEEL FIXER 20 200 160 RF 03 Fix rebar to ribs of hourdi slab 1 STEEL FIXER 18 180 <16M 144 RF 04 Fix rebar to mesh reinforcement 1 STEEL FIXER 15 50 120 RF 05 Fix rebar to hidden beams 1 STEEL FIXER 20 200 160 RF 01 Fix Rebar to footings & tie beams 1 STEEL FIXER 78 780 624 RF 02 Fix Rebar to walls, columns, beams, solid slabs 1 STEEL FIXER 38 380 304 RF 03 Fix rebar to ribs of hourdi slab 1 STEEL FIXER 35 350 > 16M 280 RF 04 Fix rebar to mesh reinforcement 1 STEEL FIXER 15 150 120 RF 05 Fix rebar to hidden beams 1 STEEL FIXER 420 RFC 01 Steel cutting and bending 18.25 mm 1 STEEL FIXER 50.00 500 400 RFC 02 Steel cutting and bending 8 - 16 mm 1 STEEL FIXER 40.00 400 320
Johannes Vandenberg
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Hi Suaila, difficult, but as a guide I suggest crew of 4-5 men and 25 pieces of steel with a weight of 25 kilos within a 10 day workday. Regards Jan
Johannes Vandenberg
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Hi Suaila, difficult, but as a guide I suggest crew of 4-5 men and 25 pieces of steel with a weight of 25 kilos within a 10 day workday. Regards Jan