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An opening through an embankment for the conveyance of water by mean of pipe or an enclosed channel is called Culvert. It is a actually a transverse and totally enclosed drain under road, railroad, trail, or similar obstruction.

Definition of Culvert


Culvert actually is a tunnel like structure constructed under roadways or railways to provide cross drainage of water or fluid and to take electrical or other cables from one side to other. As per the definition the culvert system is totally enclosed by soil or ground.

What are Culverts? Definition and Types
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It is to be noted here that one similar structure is built where water is taken from one side to the other above the natural ground level that is called aqueduct and should not be confused with culvert.
Typically a culvert can be made from a pipe which can be of PVC or precast concrete sections or reinforced concrete structure. The construction material of culverts can be concrete both reinforced or plain, plastic, steel, Aluminum etc.

The culvert size can vary between few feets to even bigger enough that a person can cross it while standing.

Culverts also come in many sizes and shapes like arch, round, elliptical, flat-battomed, box like shape. Here it is to be noted that the size and shape of the culvert depends on the hydraulic requirements determined by the designer, the amount and quantity of discharge etc.

Type of Culverts


Pipe Culvert (Single or Multiple)
Pipe Arch Culvert (Single or Multiple)
Box Culvert (Single or Multiple Cells)
Bridge Culvert
Arch Culvert

Pipe Culvert

Pipe culverts are the least expensive type of culvert and thus are widely used culverts. Pipe culverts are rounded in shape and hence named as pipe culverts. These types of culverts are usually made with steel that is smooth, sometimes a metal having corrugations can also be used, but mostly it is made with concrete. A range of animals of wildlife crosses the obstructions with these pipe culverts as their passageways. Round culverts are best suited to medium and high stream banks.

What are Culverts? Definition and Types
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The culverts may be of single in number or multiple. If single pipe culvert is used then larger diameter culvert is installed. If the width of channel is greater than we will go for multiple pipe culverts. They are suitable for larger flows very well. The diameter of pipe culverts ranges from 1 meter to 6m.

It is a well known fact that circular section is the best geometrical sections for relatively small discharge.  Reason is that for a given discharge the area of flow is minimum which makes it most hydraulic efficient structure and it helps save the cost of extra linings required for the choice of box culvert.

Pipe Arch Single or Multiple


Pipe-arch culverts are half-circle shaped culverts that provide low clearance. They may also provide a greater hydraulic advantage to fishes at low flows and require less road fill. Pipe arch culverts are suitable for larger water flows but the flow should be stable. Because of arch shape fishes or sewage in the drainage easily carried to the outlet without stocking at the inlet or bottom of channel. This type of culverts can also be provided in multiple numbers based on the requirement. They are aesthetically very ideal looking culvert.

Box Culvert Single or Multiple


Box Culverts are mostly used in cities and are used to dispose rain water during brief runoff period. Box culverts are in rectangular shape with chamfers at corners and generally constructed by concrete.  Box culverts are usually empty in dry season and thus mostly are dry most of the year, this makes it useful for the wildlife to cross the obstruction. Because of sharp corners these are not suitable for larger velocity. Box culverts can also be provided in multiple numbers called cells.

They can have an artificial floor such as concrete. Box culverts generally provide more room for wildlife passage than large pipe culverts. Box culverts are usually made up of Reinforced Concrete (RCC)

What are Culverts? Definition and Types
Box Culvert


Arch Culvert


If in a pipe arch culvert an artificial floor is provided to the base than we can call it as arch culvert. For narrow passages arch culvert is widely used. The artificial floor is made of concrete and arch also made of concrete. Steel arch culverts are also available but are very expensive. Materials used for arch culverts are RCC, Corrugated Metal or Stone Masonry.






Building construction estimating is the determination of probable construction costs of any given project. Many items influence and contribute to the cost of a project; each item must be analyzed, quantified, and prices. Because the estimate is prepared before the actual construction, much study and thought must be put into the construction documents. The estimator who can visualize the project and accurately determine its cost will become one of the most important persons in any construction company. 



For projects constructed with the design-bid-build (DBB) delivery system, it is necessary for contractors to submit a competitive cost estimate for the project. The competition in construction bidding is intense, with multiple firms vying for a single project. To stay in business, a contractor must be the lowest-qualified bidder on a certain number of projects, while maintaining an acceptable project margin. This project margin must provide the general contractor an acceptable rate of return and compensation for the risk associated with the project. Because the estimate is prepared from the working drawings and the project manual for a building, the ability of the estimator to visualize all of the different phases of the construction project becomes a prime ingredient in successful bidding. 

Title of the Book


Estimating in Building Construction
Seventh Edition
Frank R. Dagostino
Steven J. Peterson

Contents of the Book



  • Introduction to Estimating
  • Contractors Bonds and Insurance
  • Project Manual
  • The Estimate
  • Computers in Estimating
  • Overhead and Contigencies
  • Labor
  • Equipment
  • Excavation
  • Masonry
  • Concrete
  • Metals
  • Wood
  • Thermal and Moisture Protection
  • Doors and windows
  • Electrical 
  • Plumbing
  • Finishes
  • Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
  • Profit
  • Other Estimating Methods


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Of course, many people have often heard the saying (but never really payed any attention to it) that driving is one of the most dangerous things we do in our daily lives. Indeed, getting behind the wheel of your ride and heading off to work or some other destination can be very dangerous. Statistically, the number crunchers say that you are far more likely to die driving your car than flying in a plane. The numbers seem to back this up by showing that over 90 people are killed every day in motor vehicle accidents in the US alone. It all makes sense once you think about it. If you think about all the people out on the road and add in distracted and drunk drivers, mechanical failures and bad weather then it’s easy to see why driving can be so dangerous.

But what about the actual sections of roads and highways that seemingly have a high number of accidents and fatalities all year round. That is, it can be bad enough driving on ‘regular’ roads and highways around the world but there are roads which, for whatever reason, just seem more dangerous than the rest. You are probably picturing the classic mountain side road, carved into the rock with minimal safety barriers and exposed to landslides and all the inclement weather you can think of. Yes, those roads are very dangerous, but they aren’t the only ones to avoid driving on.

As part two of our ‘dangerous roads’ series, we look at 10 roads you probably wouldn’t want to drive on. These motorways are found all across the world, in all sorts of environments and at all sorts of altitudes. There are the expected mountain roads – narrow and crumbling where one small mistake means you are going for a very long fall. There are also the remote and isolated highways running through deserts and the vastness of Siberia. There are even the sea level roads which provide their own nasty little surprise that can ruin your day (or life). We guarantee that after seeing this your daily commute will appear to be a walk in the park.

1. Passage of Gois, France


The Passage du Gois (also known historically as Gôa) is a natural, periodically flooded passage leading to the island of Noirmoutier in France. It is located between Île de Noirmoutier and Beauvoir-sur-Mer, in the department of Vendée. It is flooded twice a day by the high tide. Length of this track is 4.125 km. 



At first glance you might think that’s not a bad road to drive on. Wait a few hours and your opinion will change as the tide comes in and causes the entire road to vanish. Twice a day this road is underwater and any car that mistimed their crossing are going with it. Even if you time the tides just right, driving this road can be a change because its wet and covered in seaweed which can make it as slippery as ice. 

The passage was first founded in 1577; the name Gois derives from old French and is the same origin as the modern word gué (forded).Every year, a foot race – the Foulées du Gois– is held across it, starting at the onset of the high tide.

2. PatioPoulo-Perdikaki Road, Greece

Perdikaki-Patiopoulo is a mountain road with a length of 23.5 km, located in the northeastern part of Aetolia-Acarnania, Greece. This road is a steep climb or decent: over the length of this road, the elevation changes nearly 500 meters. Full of twists and turns, the road is also incredibly narrow and has a sheer drop on the edges with no rail to protect vehicles from plummeting off the edge.




Over the 23.5 KM length of this greek road, the elevation changes almost 500 m. This might not sound so bad to you right now, but through in a lot of potholes, significantly tight twists and turns, heavy trucks, pedestrian and livestock traffic and the fact there are very few if any, guard rails and you have one dangerous road. The icing on the cake for this particular route is that there are often no lines or marking which means many night time travelers drive straight off the road to their death. 

3. Luxor – Al – Hurghada Road, Egypt


The road that links the ancient city of Luxor in southern Egypt and Hurghada, the regional hub for several scuba diving resorts on the Red Sea, is a death trap. It's extremely dangerous with many head-on collisions and fatal accidents due to drivers not turning on their head lights. The reason for drivers keeping their lights off is because bandits and terrorists patrol the roads and shoot at drivers.
First the road goes through some rather remote areas where a breakdown mean big trouble depending on what time of the day it is. 



4. Tarkoko Gorge Road, Taiwan, 


The Taroko Gorge Road in Taiwan is another mountain route made by carving out rocks, like the Guoliang Tunnel road. Despite its name, the Central Cross-Island Highway is a narrow and winding mountain road, and only a bus can barely pass by at a time. But the highway itself is truly an engineering masterpiece, as it cuts through the mountains and joins the East and West Coast. It's full of blind curves, sharp turns, and narrow paths leading through cliffs and mountains.



Part of Tiwans highway no. 8 the taroko gorge road is widely considered to be the country’s deadliest stretch of roadway carved into, and sometimes through, the mountainous terrain, this road faces significantly erosion and landslides thanks to heavy rain and earthquakes. 

5. Skippers Canyon Road, New Zealand


The Skippers Canyon Road, located in in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island, is today one of New Zealand's better known scenic roads and unbelievably scary as it’s totally narrow and different to manouvre your car. This gravel road, with a length of 16,5 miles, carved by hand by miners over 140 years ago is made from a very narrow cut in the middle of a sheer cliff face. It’s a road so dangerous that your rental car insurance won’t be honored if you drive on it.



6. Halsema Highway, Philippines 


 Halsema Highway (also known as the Benguet-Mountain Province Road, Baguio-Bontoc Road or Mountain Trail) is a national highway in the Philippines. Situated within the Cordillera Central range in northern Luzon, it stretches from the city limit of Baguio to the municipality of Bontoc. At its highest point at 7,400 feet (2,300 m) above sea level in the municipality of Atok, it is the highest altitude highway in the Philippines.



7. Tainmen Mountain Road, China


The Tianmen Mountain Road knows how to pack a punch. At just under 6.2 miles in length, the route boasts a total of 99 turns and 3,937 feet in elevation gain. The road, which is also called "Heaven-Linking Avenue," leads to the summit of Tianmen Mountain and to Tianmen Cave.  



8. Eyre Highway Australia 


Eyre Highway is a 1,660-kilometre (1,030 mi) highway linking Western Australia and South Australia via the Nullarbor Plain. Signed as National Highways 1 and A1, it forms part of Highway 1 and the Australian National Highway network linking Perth and Adelaide. It was named after explorer Edward John Eyre, who was the first European to cross the Nullarbor by land, in 1840–1841. Eyre Highway runs from Norseman in Western Australia, past Eucla, to the state border. Continuing to the South Australian town of Ceduna, it then crosses the top of the Eyre Peninsula before reaching the city of Port Augusta in South Australia.



9. Karakoram highway, Pakistan


The worlds highest paved international roadway, The Karakoram highway cuts through mountains and canyons to link China and Pakistan. Naturally being a mountainous route, this road is dangerous to begin with. Add in heavy fog, sudden blizzards and flooding and you have a terrifying drive. It doesn’t end there, however, as bandits and terrorists are known to camp out near certain sections of the road, always ready to strike an unsuspecting target. Even if you can handle all of this the highway is so high above sea level that some drivers suffer from altitude sickness thanks to the thin air. 



10. Zoji La Pass, India


Zoji La is a high mountain pass in Jammu and Kashmir, India, located on the Indian National Highway 1D between Srinagar and Leh in the western section of the Himalayan mountain range. Though often referred to as Zojila Pass in the foreign press, the correct English translation is Zoji Pass or simply Zojila, since the suffix 'La' itself means pass in several Himalayan languages.
Zoji La is 9 km (5.6 mi) from Sonamarg and provides a vital link between Ladakh and Kashmir Valley. It runs at an elevation of approximately 3,528 metres (11,575 ft), and is the second highest pass after Fotu La on the Srinagar-Leh National Highway. It is often closed during winter, though the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) is working to extend traffic to most parts of the year. The Beacon Force unit of the BRO is responsible for clearing and maintenance of the road during Winter.



Applications are invited from Pakistani / AJK Nationals for the award of PhD scholarships for academic session Fall – 2017. Applications form should reach NUST latest by 15 February, 207 registered mail or courier.



Areas of Study 


Information / Communication Security
Electrical (power Engineering) 
Computer Engineering
Civil / Architecture Engineering
Management Sciences and Finance

Eligibility 


MS / M Phil Degree with thesis (18 years) from HEC recognized university with CGPA 3.0 / 4.0 
Age upto 35 years (relaxable upto 40 years for full time faculty) as on 25 Jan. 
Serving personnal should apply after NOC from respective department. 
Scholarships will be awarded on Merit.
Candidates having admission in high ranking universities with tuition fee exemption will be preferred. 

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Candidates from FATA and Gilgit Baltistan are encouraged to apply. 

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Concrete and masonry are two of the most widely used building materials in the world. Brick and stone structures date back to prehistoric times, and it is the durability of these materials which assured the survival of such architectural relics for thousands of years. 



Concrete and masonry are almost always a part of contemporary residential construction. From simple, low-income housing with poured concrete slabs or foundations, to high-end custom residences elements, from sidewalks and driveways to retaining walls and patios, concrete and masonry are a prevalent part of the suburban landscape. Because of the variety of materials which masonry includes – brick, concrete block, adobe, glass block, natural and cast stone – residential masonry construction spans a range of economic markets, architectural styles, regional customs, and service applications. 
Concrete is a fluid mixture of cement, aggregate, and water which can be formed into different shapes and cures to a hard and durable construction material. Masonry is construction of natural building stone or manufactured units such as brick or concrete block. 
All building materials expand and contract. Concrete and other cement-based products shrink permanently, and clay products expand permanently with changes in moisture content. Both materials (as well as wood, metal, glass, and plastics) expand and contract reversibly with changes in temperature. Since concrete and masonry are brittle, if construction does not accommodate this expansion an contraction, cracking and water penetration can result. Flexible anchorage and the installation of control joints in concrete and concrete masonry and expansion joints in clay masonry allow this natural expansion and contraction to occur without damage to the construction. 

Title of the Book


Masonry and Concrete for Residential Construction

Author of the Book


Christine Beall

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This book will help ensure successful project delivery through the design, construction, and commissioning phase of the process. As its title suggests, this book will focus on DB project administration post-award.

Book on Project Administration for Design - Build Contracts PDF
Book on Project Administration for Design - Build Contracts PDF 


The move from traditional design-bid-build (DBB) project delivery to nontraditional forms of integrated project delivery has been a controversial one in the United Stats. “Integrated project delivery” is defined as project delivery method where the project’s builder is involved in the design process. 

While there are many terms-of-art that are used in the literature to describe various form of integrated project delivery, the two most common forms are “construction manager-at-risk” project delivery, the two most common forms are “construction manager-at-risk” and “design-build”. In both project delivery methods, the owner selects the builder in the design process through the use of formal design reviews that seek to enhance constructability, expedite the schedule, and maintain budget.   While the use of intergrated project delivery remains controversial with some owners, particularly in the public sector, its acceptance is becoming more general across the nation.

This book will confine its discussion to DB project delivery and, specially, the actions that take place after the award of a DB contract to complete both the design and construction in an integrated fashion.


Title of the Book


Project Administration for Design – Build Contracts
A Primer for Owners, Engineers, and Contractors

Contents of the Book

  • One – Introduction to Design – Build Project Administration
  • Scheduling Design – Build Projects
  • Design Administration in Design Build
  • Design Quality Management in the Design – Build Project
  • Design Administration Case Studies
  • Construction Quality Management in the Design- Build Project
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It is necessary to check the quality of cement on site at the time of preliminary inspection. It is not possible to check all the engineering qualities of cement on site but there exist some field test which gives us a rough idea of quality of cement. When on site we can perform these field tests to judge the quality o f cement. These field tests are as follows :- 



1. Date of Packing
2. Color
3. Rubbing
4. Hand Insertion
5. Float Test
6. Smell Test
7. Presence of Lumps
8. Shape Test
9. Strength Test

Field Tests on Cement

1. Date of Packing

Date of manufacturing should be seen on the bag. It is important because the strength of cement reduce with age. 

2. Color

The cement should be uniform in color. In general the color of cement is grey with a light greenish shade. The color of cement gives an indication of excess lime or clay and the degree of burning. 

3. Rubbing

Take a pinch of cement between fingers and rub it. It should feel smooth while rubbing. If it is rough, that means adulteration with sand. 

4. Hand Insertion

Thrust your hand into the cement bag and it should give cool feeling. It indicates that no hydration reaction is taking place in the bag. 

5. Float Test

Throw a small quantity of cement in a bucket of water it should sink and should not float on the surface. 

6. Smell Test

Take a pinch of cement and smell it. If the cement contains too much of pounded clay and silt as an adulterant, the paste will give an earthy smell. 

7. Presence of Lumps 

Open the bag and see that lumps should not be present in the bag. It will ensure that no setting has taken place. 

8. Shape Test

Take 100 g of cement and make a stiff paste. Prepare a cake with sharp edges and put on the glass plate. Immerse this plate in water. Observe that the shape shouldn’t get disturbed while setting. It should be able to set and attain strength. Cement is capable of setting under water also and that is why it is also called “hydraulic Cement” 

9. Strength Test

A block of cement 25 mm x 25 mm and 200 mm long is prepared and it is immersed for 7 days in water. It is then placed on supports 15000 mm apart and it is loaded with a weight of 340 N the block should not show any sign of failure. 

Sub Engineer (CIVIL) DAE jobs in Primary & Secondary Healthcare department (GOP), Pakistan

Primary & Secondary Healthcare Department, Government of Punjab intends to engage individual consultants of revamping project of DHQs and THQs Hospitals in Punjab.
  Industry Contract Jobs in Government Department
Functional Area Individual Consultancy Services of DAE (Civil) Sub Engineer required for duration of 3 months
Total Positions 03
Company Name Primary & Secondary Healthcare Department, Government of Punjab, Pakistan
Job Type 3 Months Contract
Job Location Any where in Punjab
Gender Not specified
Age(Max) Not Specified
Education DAE (Civil) Diploma
Career Level Consultancy Services
Experience 3 years of experience
The interested individual consultants having expertise in above mentioned fields may approach the office of the section officer (General) Primary & Secondary Healthcare Department along with CNIC, CV and original documents for walk - in - interview before consultant section committee between 8 am to 2 pm on weekdays after the publications of this advertisement.
Newspaper Jang
Contact Number +92-42-99205826
Apply @ :
Apply Now
Email not spcificed
Last Date to Apply
Address Additional Secretary (Admin) Government of Punjab, Primary & Secondary Healthcare Department 1- Birdwood Road, Lahore, Pakistan
Categories DAE Jobs, DAE Jobs in Government, Punjab Jobs, Pakistan Jobs, ,
Sub Categories Diploma Engineer Jobs, Civil Diploma Jobs, DAE Jobs, ,

Recently the joint bilateral relations of Pakistan and China with the name of CPEC has just reached the peak. Under this flag many projects have been started. One of a very important and required project is Sukkur – Multan Motorway. 

It is 392 Km of Motorway which is under construction near Panu Aqil District Sukkur. Starting from Multan the six lane motorway would pass through Jalalpur, Peerwala, Ahmed Pur East, Rahimyar Khan, Ubaro, Pano Aqil and end at Sukkur. 

The 392 Kilometer Multan to Sukkur section of the motorway is estimated to cost $2.89 billion, and will be six lanes wide, 90% of the project’s cost is to be financed by concessionary loans from china, with the remaining 10% to be financed by the government of Pakistan. The Pakistani government in January 2016 awarded the contract to build this section to China State Construction Engineering. It is due to complete in December 2018. 
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Civil Engineering Jobs in Hashoo Group

Hashoo Group is committed for creating a benchmark in development. They are the one of the largest group to work in Pakistan. They are seeking dynamic professionals in following disciples for Building and Infrastructure.
  Industry Contractors
Functional Area Applicants with diverse background are required.
Total Positions Multiple
Company Name Pearl City Hashoo Group
Job Type Temporary
Job Location Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Murree, Gawadar, Multan, Mirpur
Gender Male & Female Both
Age(Max) No age limit
Education Project Managers, Project Coordinators, Construction managers, Planning Engineers, QA / QC Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Land Surveyor, Site Engineers, MEP/HVAC Managers / Engineers, Senior Architect, AutoCAD Operator / 2D & 3D Renders, Urban Town Planner, Infrastructure Design Engineers, Sales Executives, HR Manager and HR Officers,
Career Level Real Estate Contractor Jobs
Experience Project Managers,
B. Sc. Civil Engineers with min. 10 years of experience
Project Coordinators,
B.Sc Civil Engineers having min 3 years of experience,
Construction managers,
B.Sc. / DAE Civil Engineers having min. 5 / 10 years of experience.
Planning Engineers,
B.Sc. (Civil) having min. 5 years of experience and experts in Primavera
QA / QC
DAE (Civil) or equivalent having mi. 5 years of experience
, Quantity Surveyors, Land Surveyor, Site Engineers, MEP/HVAC Managers / Engineers, Senior Architect, AutoCAD Operator / 2D & 3D Renders, Urban Town Planner, Infrastructure Design Engineers, Sales Executives, HR Manager and HR Officers,
Newspaper Jang
Contact Number xxxx
Apply @ :
Apply Now
Email hr@preh.com.pk
Last Date to Apply
Address Real Estate Development Division - Hashoo Group - Pearl Estate , Islamabad
Categories Contractor Jobs, Jobs in Islamabad, Jobs in Real Estate, Hashoo Group Jobs, ,
Sub Categories Contractor Jobs, Project Managers, Project Coordinators, Construction Managers, Planning Engineers, QA QC Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Land Surveyor, Site Engineers, Senior Architect, AutoCAD Operator, ,

Project Manager (CIVIL) Required in Muridke / Kamoke

A leading Group requires services of a Project manager (Civil) for its various ongoing projects.
  Industry Project Management, Contractor
Functional Area Plan, Coordinate & Implement the inputs received from all related departments.
Access, evaluate, and review key performance indicators to determine accurate status of projects and its compliance
Able to interact with different Government and Semi-Government Departments as and when Required.
Excellent command on Modern Project Control Techniques, with good communication abilities, the individual must be from 35-45 years of age, and willing to reside on Site in Murindoe/Kamoka Area Army background will be preferred.
Total Positions 01
Company Name A leading Group
Job Type Temporary
Job Location Muridke / Kamoke Area
Gender Male
Age(Max) 35 - 45 years
Education B.Sc. Engineer (Civil) from a reputable University with minimum of 5 years experience at a similar post.
Career Level Project Management, Engineering Management, Construction Management,
Experience Minimum 5 years of experience
Newspaper Jang
Contact Number xxxxx
Apply @ :
Apply Now
Email jobad9408@gmail.com
Last Date to Apply
Address Box No. 700 - C/O Daily Jang Lahore
Categories Project Manager, Kamoke, Muridke, Pakistan, Construction Manger jobs in Lahore,
Sub Categories B.Sc.(Civil) Jobs, Contractor Jobs, Temporary Jobs, Muridke Jobs, Kamoke Jobs, ,

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