Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Secret Revealed ! Know the secrets of houses that last for generations

Ramdulal nawab 's house


Have you ever visited the houses in kolkata  that are much old but it is still very strong where people living now with the same confident of safety of houses like when it is made .Also we  astonish when we pass through a very old building with the thought of what makes it standing for so long.So what do you think what is the secret behind the houses that is still lasting for generations with the same confident of providing safety & a place to stay people with happiness.Here we have found the secrets for the long lasting houses & we are going to share with you the most want to know secret.

So the first thing to make the house long lasting is preparing the right concrete mix and the process of putting with curing which you must ensure that construction company is doing perfectly for your home.So let’s discuss this step by step to get the full understanding.

What are the materials used for concreting & in what proportions:-

Concrete aggregates

In the preparing of concrete the materials required are sand,stone,cement,water.but what is the proportion that is needed for preparing concrete is discussed bellow.
Wooden or steel measurement boxes are used to ensure consistency in the mix.Since at small sites ,batching is always done as per bag of cement ,the measurement box dimension  is in multiples of 1 bag of cement ,or 35 litres (1 bag cement equals 35 litres in volume).A convenient size of the measurement box is 350x250x400 mm(35 litres).
Sand and stone aggregates should be loosely filled in & levelled without compaction.For example,when preparing a mix of 1:1:5:3,you need 1 bag of cement,1.5 boxes of sand and 3 boxes of stone aggregates – 2 boxes of 20 mm aggregates and 1 box of 10 mm aggregate.

Use a 5 –litre measurement can to measure water correctly.If the mix constituents are correct ,the water requirement should be around 25 litres per bag of cement.

construction measurement box

Preparing the perfect concrete mix:-


Concrete mix

When mixing concrete by volume ,batching,measuring boxes,the right water to cement ratio,measuring bulking of sand and accounting for surface water of aggregates needs to be strictly followed.

Mixing:-

A mixer should be used for a minimum of two minutes to ensure uniform distribution of the material or until the mass is uniform in colour and consistency.

Avoid hand mixing whenever possible.If hand mixing is necessary,Use a solid ,impervious platform.In the case of hand mixing ,cement & sand should be dry-mixed until the cement and sand become uniform in colour,before stone aggregates are added.

Concrete mixing

Placing:-

Concrete should be placed in final position before setting starts. In general, concrete should be poured within 30-60 minutes of preparation.

Addition of extra water to make the concrete re-workable is not recommended.

Furthermore, Please ensure that the shuttering position is not disturbed. Concrete should be poured in layers without any break of continuity, with the maximum free fall of concrete not exceeding 1.5 m. 

Concrete placing

Compaction:-

Compaction, especially around steel bars, and the corners of the framework should be carried out .Use of vibrators will ensure good compaction. Remember good compaction will ensure high strength and impermeable concrete.



Finishing:-

The finishing of the surfaces should be carried out after initial stiffening.

Curing:-

Curing is the process of preventing moisture loss from the concrete or mortar while maintaining the required humidity within the structure to ensure high strength & durability.

Application of water should begin when the exposed surfaces start drying out, generally between 12 to 24 hrs.

Concrete surfaces should be kept continuously moist, for minimum of 7 to 14 days.
Ensure that all exposed surfaces including sides and edges are continually moist throughout the curing period.

Cure horizontal surfaces with pond formation .Jute soaked in water could be used for vertical surfaces.


In the process of creating a structure which need to be more long lasting all these process should be taken care perfectly .So this is the secret which is spilled before you to make your dream house last for generations .

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Do you know what gives real strength to your building ?

concrete framework


Human body without bone structure will be like flesh ball &  will not be able to be a strong structure as it is now to do any work . Like wise buildings without framework are impossible to create.So when creating a structure it is most important to give a framework to give an identity & it must be of good quality to be strong enough.Concrete frameworks are the most common frameworks that are used in today’s modern house.The horizontal frameworks are called beams & vertical frameworks are called columns. From these two framework column is most important because it provide support to the entire building not like beam which provide support to a floor.For framework steel rods are used and there are many factors which need to be taken care during the framework construction.

Construction companies must give priorities to the strengthening of framework not only to the foundations. Therefore the guidelines must be followed to maintain the quality of framework. For this we are covering the details of dos & don’ts below here.

Steel Rods-: Plain concrete without steel or other reinforcement is strong in compression, but weak in tension .Steel is one of the best forms of reinforcement to take care of stress & to strengthen concrete to bear loads. It forms the basis concrete structure and is generally laid out in a circular cross section.
But the steel rods used in making of framework must be of good quality, It must be free from loose rust, oil paints, mud etc.,& cut, bent & fixed properly. The bar should be placed & maintained in position by using proper cover blocks, spacers,supporting bars ,laps etc.

For general house construction,6-20 mm diameter bars are used .Mild steel bars and deformed bars are used, with the latter used most commonly now a days, because of higher strength and the reduced requirement of steel.
Thermo mechanically treated (TMT) & corrosion-resistant steel bars with added features have been introduced recently. Remember to purchase ISI certified steel bars, from reputed manufacturers, regardless of the size you choose.

Steel rod



Lap length:- Lap length is provided at the junction where an old bar that terminates and join new extension bar. Lap length of about 50 times the diameter of the bar is considered safe. All laps should be staggered and not provided at one place. A maximum of 50% bars should be lapped per section.

If the required lap length is not available at the junction owing to space and other constraints, couplers or the correct method of welding should be used to join bars.


Lap length


Anchorage length:-Also called development length.This is the additional length of steel of one structural member necessary for insertion with another member at the junction .For example, the beam with the pillar, or the pillar with the foundation. The required length is similar to the lap length mentioned above or as per design instructions.

development length

Cover Blocks:-Cover blocks are placed to prevent the steel rods from rusting due to exposure to air, and to fix the bars in place. Sometimes during the correcting activity,the covers tend to get displaced. To prevent this tie the cover block using thin steel wires called binding wires to the steel bars. Cover should be made of cement and sand mortar. The blocks could be cubical or cylindrical in shape. Normally, cubical cover blocks are used. As a thumb rule ,a minimum cover of 2” in footings,1.5” in columns and ½” to ¾” for slabs and beams is recommended.

cover blocks

Shuttering:- The framework or shuttering should be rigid and closely fitted, with sufficient strength to support wet concrete. It should be leak proof to prevent the cement –sand-water mix from leaking .The face of framework should be treated with form release agents available in the market or a mixture of diesel and grease.

wooden shuttering

Now a days steel frameworks are used which is very convenient to work.

shuttering steel frames

Deshuttering:- Removal of shutters (deshuttering)results in the concrete being subjected to loads and exposure to the atmosphere. If the ambient temperature is above 15 degree centigrade and the workmanship is good following striking/deshuttering period is considered as safe:  

deshuttering

Here is the table which give the data what is the safe period to remove the shuttering:


This is total work needed to be done properly for the  framework of a house to make the house last for longer period of time.If you are constructing your house you should check if this work is properly done or not.

Thursday, May 2, 2019


tree with root



“A tree with strong roots laughs at storms”. Like the quote indicates the strength of a tree lies in its root. If the foundation of a structure is strong then no storm or natural hazards can easily destroy it. So to make a good foundation do the things in right way or follow the norms, so that in future the strength of home will not be deteriorated. We all know something about the construction process of a building but we don’t know the details of a foundation process. So we are giving here some idea about this process where your builder can’t cheat you if you absorb these things in your mind.



So the first step for the strong root of your dream home would be marking the boundaries before preparing for excavation. For marking the boundary you must follow the plot map, so that there will be no error & which will not put you into any legal complications in future. Always use a right angle and line-string to mark perpendicular lines at various distances for foundations & columns, as shown in your design drawings. Always maintain the depth and level of the excavation with a water level & plinth level.


boundry line


Then next important process is to make sure that there is no underground water present after excavation and before laying foundation. Because the underground water seeps into the foundation pits, ultimately causing damage. Whenever the excavation takes place bellow the water table it must affect the project .It affects the function & design of the facility & the cost of its construction. Ground water is a frequent cause of dispute between owner & contractor. Dewatering by unsuitable method may harm to the environment. In some areas dewatering process is closely monitored. Sometime to get the permission from the authority is tedious & sometime authorities require special procedure which can cost a lot to the project.


dewatering system


dewatering for foundation


Design of structures bellow water table:-

a)Waterproofing:-

Waterproofing like More elaborate methods are necessary, particularly with very deep structures, to insure watertight integrity. Flexible membranes are recommended so that minor structural cracking does not cause leaks.

b)Hydrostatic Pressure:-

Hydrostatic Pressure Slabs and walls must be designed to carry both soil loads and water pressure. Where column spacing is wide, slab strengthening can be a major cost.

c)Uplift:-

 The weight of the structure must be sufficient to resist buoyancy. If the calculations credit the weight of the upper floors of a building for example, or the equipment in a lift station, then temporary dewatering must be continued until the necessary weight is in place. Open pumping is not effective in nonplastic sands and silts, since boiling can loosen the soil at subgrade, harming its bearing capacity. When excavating into an aquifer of high transmissibility, a large initial rate of pumping will occur during storage depletion. Open pumping will be cumbersome, unless the excavation is carried out very slowly. Where there are existing structures nearby, loss of soils due to open pumping may cause damage. If artesian pressure exists in a confined aquifer below subgrade, the condition cannot be relieved by open pumping. During project planning, open pumping should not be budgeted for unless there is reasonable probability that conditions favorable to the method exist.


METHODS OF GROUNDWATER CONTROL:-


  • Open Pumping:-

Open Pumping is the process in which as the excavation is advanced the water is allowed to flow in and is collected in ditches and sumps, then pumped away. The open pumping method is lowest in direct dewatering cost, and is viable under certain conditions. Under other conditions it can seriously hamper other operations, and can result in catastrophic failure. Conditions favorable for open pumping include shallow subgrades, no more than a few feet below water table, and stable soils of low to moderate permeability such as dense, well-graded tills, clayey sands, firm clays, or fissured rock.
Deep Wells with individual pumps are most suitable for free-draining soils, and where the bottom of the aquifer is well below the subgrade of the excavation. In this situation the yield per well in the dewatered condition is high, and relatively few wells are required. Since-the cost per well is high, if the wells must be spaced very closely to accomplish the desired result the method may not be cost-effective.

  •  wellpoint system:-

WellpointSystems utilize groups of closely spaced wellpoints connected to a common suction header and pump. The cost per wellpoint is low, and in stratified soils where the spacing must be close the installation cost is lower. However, wellpoints depend on atmospheric pressure to lift the water to the pump, and the amount the water can be lowered with the method is limited to about 15 to 18 ft (5 to 6 m) at sea level, less at higher elevations. For greater drawdowns, multistages of wellpoints are required.

So draining out of water is important to protect the foundations from damage. So the excavation must be done until we reach the hard strata. It is advisable to lay 2-3 inch thick plain cement concrete bellow the RCC foundation.

Excavation


Then next thing is foundation:-

“foundation” means that part of a structure, which is in direct contact with and meant for transmitting loads to the ground.
Following are different types of foundations used in construction:
a)Shallow foundation
  • Individual footing or isolated footing
  • Combined footing
  • Strip foundation
  • Raft or mat foundation
    b)Deep foundation

  •      Pile foundation
  • Drilled Shafts or caissons
   In case of black cotton soil or soil types with low load bearing capacity, use pile foundations or continuous foundations.
Then next process is Soil filling.
Fill in the trench up to floor level,when the foundation is cast or plinth is constructed, by soil filling. Murram filling is a good choice. Filling should be done in layers for maximum 6”thickness, sprinkling each soil layer with water before compaction, using a ram or plate compactor .If murram or good quality clay is not available, use sand for filling with adequate water. 


Hope it will help you to understand the essence of good foundation system for home construction.So comment bellow what are your opinion regarding this.
S

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Why Should You Use Quality Material for Construction Of Your Home?

material for construction


                                                    Here is the answer for this question.
Often we give the construction responsibility to contractors, where they choose the material for our home construction. Here we don’t have any idea regarding the basic material they are using & of what quality are being used. For construction the home owners should know about the material being used, because higher the quality of material, higher will be the durability of house.

So we are covering some basic material here, which is called structural material :-
A)      Cement:-
Cement is the basic binding material in concrete mixes which consists of cement, sand, stone aggregates & water. Cement mortar consists of cement, sand & water. When mixes with water, cement sets & hardens by means of chemical reactions.

Cement used in concrete

Types of cement:-

1.      Ordinary Portland cement
2.      Blast furnace slag cement
3.      Flyash-based Portland pozzolana cement
4.      Air entertaining cement
5.      Low alkali cement
6.      Hydrophobic cement
7.      Sulphate resisting cement
8.      Quick setting cement
9.      Low heat cement
10.  Rapid hardening cement
11.  Coloured cement
12.  Expansive cement & many more

From this list some are used for bridge construction, some are for commercial buildings. But only two categories of cement are generally used for normal house construction:

cement type

1)OPC contains lime, silica, alumina, iron oxide, etc., & is divided into three grades 33,43 & 53 depending on the minimum compressive strength of cement sand mortar cubes at 28 days.
For example, the minimum compressive strength of 33 grade OPC would be 33N/mm2 or 330 kg/cm2 at 28 days.
Always remember that long-term strengths of all the grades remain the same. Often, low-grade cement is preferred due to its performance parameters like low heat hydration, protection from cracks & durability.

2)Blended cement is similar to ordinary Portland cement. Except, it has mineral additives(flyash, slag, etc.)Which improve the properties of both fresh and hardened concrete. This is because blended cement allows for extended hydration period, reduced water demand, low heat of hydration & improved cohesion of the paste. It also enhances the durability owing to its lower permeability & improved micro structure. Furthermore, ingredients used in blended cement make it a value-added, eco-friendly product.

There are many companies are available for cement so you should choose wisely that which company will meet your requirement.

Storage of cement:-

Also if you are buying cement in bulk amount then you should be careful about its storage , because water is the no 1 enemy of cement. That is why, you need to ensure that that cement should be kept away from moisture, in any form. The room where the cement is kept stored must have airtight doors & windows & it should be kept on raised platform &covered with a tarpaulin.Also try to use the cement in ‘first –in-first-out’ method, so that it will not deteriorate.

Some misconceptions about cement:-
1) Use of high early strength cement results in reduced cement content in concrete. Reducing cement content in the concrete mix results ,in a higher water to cement ratio, which in turns leads to higher permeability of the concrete and eventually ,to poor durability of the concrete structure.

Therefore you should never use a higher grade to save on the quantity of cement.

2)Some people thought that darker the colour of the cement better will be the durability of structure or requirement of cement will be less .

 B)Sand & Stone:-
The second thing required for construction is sand & stone.
The sand and stone are called  aggregates. These two products consist of 70-75% of the total volume of concrete and give body to it. River sand or stone is used as fine aggregate and the stone pieces (crushed rock) as coarse aggregates. In certain parts of the country,10 mm stone pieces are called grit & 20 mm pieces are called coarse aggregates.
The 10 mm & 20 mm stone aggregate are always mixed to get best results, but some time some contractor reduce the amount of 10 mm stone aggregate as a result more sand will be required, which in turn lead to more water absorption per cement bag .And the result of all these thing will lead to poor settling of structure and reduce the durability of building. So it is always best to use the 20mm & 10 mm aggregate ratio in the range of 60:40 to 70:30 . 

Things to focus on when buying aggregates
Stone:-
  • Stones must be clean, dense, hard
  •  It must not be elongated
  • Should be cubical in shape
  • Different stone aggregates must not be mixed.

Sand:-
  • It should be clean 
  • There shouldn’t any clay, Slit, glass, plastic or other materials.

AND another important thing is try to choose good sand in which there is no tiny stones in it, because it affects very much during the plastering work. Because of this tiny stones holes are created in walls.
c)Bricks:-
Bricks also are used for making walls. There are two types of bricks. One is red brick another is cement brick. The cement bricks are quite cheaper than that of red brick .Red brick has its property regarding the temperature of house and cement brick has it’s own.so while choosing bricks decide which bricks suits to you.
Also while buying bricks be careful for maintaining bricks shape because broken bricks cannot be used for construction.




 D)Water:-It is the most essential element of construction material. It distributes the cement evenly so that every particle is coated with cement properly. The chemical reaction of water with cement is called as hydration, wherein it sets & hardens the cement. You need to be careful about the amount of water that in which stage what amount of water is to be used. So simply apply the golden rule :”Use minimum required water for mixing of concrete and mortar,and maximum water for entire curing period.”

Along with these things many other factors affect the durability of building, such as

Curing:- During construction curing is an important part in every step which increases the durability of buildings in a large way by preventing the walls from cracking.



Concrete compaction:-Concrete compaction is done during the roof construction. If it is not done properly then voids are created which leads to weakening of the structure.



Moisture:-The moisture quantity in air depends upon the area topography and also the building side environment. If there is always moisture in the environment then there will efflorescence occurs which will convert salt into soluble solution & when it evaporates it become crystallized on the concrete surface. This will damage the building. So always choose sand in which there will be less salt composition.



Here we have discussed certain things which you should keep in mind while choosing material for your home construction.Give your suggestions regarding choosing of quality material and also share you experience.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

What is the process to choose a home loan in your city?

home loan


Applying for home loan has never been easier, which you have estimated for your plot purchase & house construction .For taking home loans you have to do a lot of hard work .So we are covering here some points which will be helpful for you to choose the best home loan.



Guide for home loan:-
The people who are buying home loan for them this article will help to guide to choose the best home loan.


home loan guide


Making List of financial institutions:- Make a list of banks or financial institutions which have a branch in your city from where you can apply for home loans & easily repayment. You can search through online to know some of the details. But again you have to visit bank because loan requirement is always different for different person.


List of different banks


Search for details:-Then approach different banks and financial institutions to know their details of providing home loans. for this different banks have different schemes .Ask them for what is the amount of loan they can give you for your home construction. Generally it is 80-85% of the total construction expenditure. Another thing is important for you to know are EMI & interest rate. Also check the administrative & processing charges too. And also enquire about fixed & floating interest rates.

Eligibility:-TO get your home loan there are certain eligibility criteria .The eligibility to get a home loan mostly depends upon your credit score, your repayment capacity.

Credit score:-A credit score is a numerical expression based on a level analysis of a credit file, to represent the creditworthiness of an individual. Lenders use credit scores to determine who qualifies for a loan, at what interest rate, and what credit limits. Generally the credit score lies between 300-900 & higher the score a person is considered to be more financially trustworthy. If the credit score lies between 350-650. However a credit score more than 700 is considered as good .The more the credit score you will be more eligible to get your home loan. The factor that determine the credit score are Payment history which accounts for 35% weightage of credit score, length of credit history accounts for 15%,new account weights for 10%,account owed weights 30%,Types of credit in use weights for 10% of the total credit score.

credit score

Repayment period:-Decide your repayment period for your home loan. Generally longer the repayment period smaller will be the EMI. Remember that EMI should not exceed 50% of household income.

loan amortization
Then shortlist the banks:- Then shortlist the banks by looking their loan policy, which includes the amount up to which they can give loan, their EMI structure ,their interest rate, other terms and conditions regarding repayment of loan & loan sanction.

However choosing banks is not only helpful for you to get a home loan, you must be prepared to get a home loan by previously calculating the credit score.

After shortlisting ask the banks for the documents required to apply for home loan. And after applying check your status whether your home loan is sanctioned or not.
When you are sanctioned with a home loan you are also eligible for a tax rebate. So check out the tax concession you are eligible for, according to your sanctioned amount of loan.

 Here we have given you a idea regarding what is the process to choose a home loan .So share your experience in choosing home loans in comment box.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Construction Company Departments In Bhubaneswar Odisha

Construction Company Departments In Bhubaneswar Odisha






 

 

 

 

ODDAKA INFRATECH PRIVATE LIMITED :Construction Company
 Oddaka  is the Best Industrial House Building Construction company In Bhbubaneswar Odisha, Oddaka means the aborigines of Odisha. As a factor of pride and origin of all the team members belong to Odisha, we have named our company as Oddaka Infratech. We instil each member with a proud filling for working with self belief for the company. The best part is each member has his own talent and works with self responsibility. Oddaka Infratech Pvt. Ltd., a new born company yet going along with the process of registrations are eager to make a mark in the construction sector. We are a group of tech savvy young professionals with 2- 5 Years of field experience at various reputed Construction Companies. But now we have changed our paths as employees to the role of  Entrepreneurs. We promise we will dawn a new getup in achieving new heights, by putting in our personal experience in its best form.
We take our privilege to introduce the team members of Oddaka Infratech Private Limited. 
 SMALL EXCERPTS OF OUR BRAND: BUILTIFY- Building and Beautifying Homes
Construction Services Industry for private Homes is the most unorganised market in India. A person with dreams of building his own home in his own style has to take the extra pain, time and money to complete the same. You will feel cheated, at the end of the day when you will realize you have burned away your hard earned money. We at "Builtify" pledge to remove all the boundaries and constraints associated with the market to offer you the best competitive prices, qualitative work and on time delivery. We bet you will never complain our extraordinaire services.   
We are the sole aggregators of various skilled workmen and contractors for providing A to Z of construction services in Bhubaneswar. We negotiate with them so that you have to pay less. We monitor their work, so that you get the best quality services. Regardless, we are unique and transparent with our open prices.   
Our only mission is to give you the best of services that fits your budget without compromising quality.
  • Free appointment with our consultant.
  • Fair and open price for all the services we offer.
  • Weekly monitoring of projects by our consultants.
  • Joint measurement recording for a fair deal.
  • Easy payment system.
  • All services at one place.
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CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Builtify is large enough to offer the range of services needed, but small enough to deliver projects with personal attention to our clients quality standards, schedules, and budgets. Our skilled teams take pride in guiding a project from conception to successful completion. Builtify partners with clients from the very beginning to listen to their needs and develop a clear and shared vision for a project. Then we collaborate with talented architects, engineers, and subcontractors to bring that vision to life. This interactive approach ensures quality workmanship and attention to detail every step of the way and a finished structure you can be proud of.
OUR ROLE
As a turnkey contractor, we first create the highest level of trust and integrity with our clients. We value our role in the success of your project, and take all the steps needed to ensure the end product is one that meets your needs and makes us proud. As your general contractor, we provide all materials, labor, equipment and services; subcontract with trade and specialty contractors; assist with building permits; monitor schedule and cash flow; and ensure a safe and secure project site.          
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Our construction management philosophy focuses on developing an interactive, inclusive working relationship among the client, the design firms, and the construction team. We begin the management process immediately upon award and remain your partner until the project is complete, the building or water/wastewater treatment facility is fully operational and all members of the team are satisfied
We provide construction management services in two phases: preconstruction and construction. Meaningful preconstruction services bring value, potential cost savings, and informed decision-making to the client while eliminating surprises to provide you with a predictable outcome. During the value analysis process we think outside the box to achieve your goals with your budget and project needs in mind. Early involvement of the construction team benefits every aspect of the project. During the preconstruction phase, we provide planning and scheduling, estimating, value engineering and constructability reviews, purchase long-lead items, develop and monitor the budget, and prequalify subcontractors. During the construction phase, we buy all required material, subcontractor services, build your facility, and ensure your facility is fully operational. The success of this approach relies on the continuity of the team from preconstruction through Construction.
DESIGN & BUILD
Trust is the underlying pillar for design-build projects. When trust is developed and fostered between the owner, contractor, and engineer, a remarkable synergy is developed which translates to successful projects and satisfied clients. 



More and more clients are selecting the design-build process for their capital projects, turning the tables on low-cost contractor selection in favor of the best value, history of engineer and contractor relations, and the team's ability to function collaboratively. Embracing the design-build philosophy has proven to increase opportunities for innovation while providing the potential to shorten the overall project schedule - a win-win situation for all members of the team.
PRE CONSTRUCTION & PLANNING
Our project teams work diligently with clients and design teams to analyze program and design alternatives and propose suggestions that provide value and reduce cost without compromising the aesthetics of your projects.
Meaningful preconstruction services bring value, potential cost savings, and informed decision-making while eliminating surprises to provide you with a predictable outcome.
For each value analysis suggestion, we prepare a comparative value study that includes an assessment of cost and schedule impacts. We offer a comprehensive breakdown of alternatives that weigh the cost implications and take into consideration the operational costs, product durability, and ease of operation for each suggestion. 
SPECIAL PROJECTS
We realize that not every project fits neatly into a construction service category. Our special projects group works with clients on special construction projects of all types above INR 1 Crore to suit their unique requirements.
We have created a Special Projects Group specifically to respond to unique construction challenges that might not be ideal for traditional large construction management companies. This specialized group offers the vast construction experience, purchasing power, and financial backing of Builtify. Their approach to projects is that of a small, dedicated builder and is supported by a core team of carpenters, equipment operators, concrete finishers, riggers, and mechanical pipefitters - many of whom have over 20 years of employment history.
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Regardless of the delivery method, Builtify can bring a strong self-performance aspect to directly control field work and optimize budget, schedule, quality, safety and communication. Our ability to self-perform critical trades delivers greater value to the project because we understand your processes, control cost and successfully manage all components of project delivery. You can rest easy when Builtify's  Construction's boots are on the ground. 

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COMPANY PROFILE
ODDAKA INFRATECH PRIVATE LIMITED
DATE OF INCORPORATION: 11th December 2015
CIN number: U45202OR2015PTC019661
PAN Number: AACCO2549M   TIN Number: 21945505153
SERVICE TAX NUMBER: AACO2549MSD001
GOVERNMENT REGISTRATIONS
 VENDOR CODE REGN NUMBER INDIAN OIL CORPORATION: 11975308
ENPANELLED WITH NABARD, BHUBANESWAR
'A' CLASS ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR LICENSE ISSUED BY ODISHA STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE NAME OF NACHIKETA PANDA: REGN NO- 590
OUR MISSION, VISION AND GOALS
Mission: We want to continuously innovate, diversify and strengthen ourselves as a team in creating target oriented Civil Engineering Master Pieces.    
Vision: We want to be the Global leaders in accomplishing innovative Construction Methods. 

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Email:- team@builtify.in
Contact no:- +91-9778181111, +91-9040019824