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Name | Human Resources | Equipment | Materials |
House Survey | Worker ×2(Surveyor) | Measuring Instrument, GPS, Soil Test and level. | --- |
Excavation | Worker ×3 | Safety signs Boards and fences | Water and soil |
Framework forfoundation | Worker ×3(Carpenter) | Panel, clamps, hammer, Nails, Saw, Drill and spares. | Timber Wood |
Reinforcement for foundation | Worker ×4 | Power Mixer, manual roll adjustment and forward and reverse power | Deformed steel bars |
Pouring concrete forfoundation | Worker ×5 | Concrete, Internal Vibrator, Drill Hammer screed, plank, trowel, bull float, Tamper.and concrete vibrator | Running water and concrete |
Backfill soil | Worker ×2 | Compactor and shovel | Water and soil |
Concrete for first floor | Worker ×4 | Concrete truck, shovel, screed, plank, trowel, hammer screed, rubber bootand concrete vibrator | Running water and concrete |
Build formwork forcolumn | Worker ×3 | Panel, clamps, and hammer drill. | Timber |
Reinforcement for column | Worker ×4 | Power mixer, manual roll adjustment and forward and reverse power | Deformed steel bars |

Pouring concrete for column | Worker ×5 | Concrete truck, shovel, screed, plank, trowel, bull float, hammer, rubber boot and concrete vibrator | Running water and concrete |
Constructing Walls | Worker ×4(Bricklayer Workers) | Bucket, level and spares. | Mixed material(including cement, sand, lime),plasticize and brick |
Lay electric wires | Worker ×2(Electrician) | Saw, tester, hammer, drills and pliers | Cable, switch, tape, wires. |
Lay water pipeline | Worker ×2(Plumber) | Pipe laying, threader and joint equipment. | Pipes and PVC pipes. |
Framework for slaband beam | Worker ×3(Carpenter) | Panel, clamps, saw and Drill. | Timber |
Reinforcement forslab and beam | Worker ×4 | Mixer, manual roll adjustment andforward and reverse power | Deformed steel bars…...

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