wall building system | produced in South Africa | cast houses

Wall building system | Produced in South Africa | Cast houses

         
 

wall building system | produced in South Africa | cast houses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

wall building system | produced in South Africa | cast houses

 
   
How much does it cost to build with moladi?
 
Cost per square meter (floor area) is not a form of measurement and is impossible to provide a cost before certain factors are taken into consideration
Due to the global diversity with regard to house design and style, it is the responsibility of the client to provide a detailed design, resulting in aesthetics socially acceptable to the culture in question.  It is impossible for moladi to fulfil the role of architect and we do not provide house designs.  The design of the home is supplied by the client and once received, the moladi team will ensure that the formwork is designed to accommodate the specified design.  Once the cost to build the structure with moladi has been calculated, then the cost can be divided by the floor area and only then can a cost per square meter be quoted.
 
Drawing or plan must contain the following detail:
 

Submit your plan preferably in

See example links below

  • internal room dimensions

  • external dimensions

  • wall thickness external - 100 mm or 150 mm

  • wall thickness internal - 100 mm or 150 mm

  • window quantities and sizes - width and height

  • door quantities and sizes - width and height

  • arches width and height - width and height

  • wall height from floor level to underside of ceiling - 2,400 mm, 2,700 mm, 3, 000 mm etc

  • roof detail - angle of slope and direction.

  • plan view

  • side elevations

Local indigenous material cost:

moladi allows for the construction process to take place anywhere in the world, making use of indigenous labour and materials.  It is imperative to obtain the local raw material and labour cost.  Once we have received the information requested, our Projects Department will convert your design into a moladi mould or kit and this layout design will be forwarded for your approval.  Once approved, the cost estimate is prepared and forwarded using the specific material cost supplied for that particular country.

 

Detailed cost estimate

 

the detailed cost estimate is divided into categories:

  • floating raft foundation and floor slab
  • superstructure - the shell
  • windows
  • doors
  • roof
  • ceiling
  • plumbing
  • electrical
  • paint
  • preliminary and general

 

Finishing

  • windows
  • doors
  • roof
  • ceiling
  • plumbing
  • electrical
  • paint

south african suppliers and prices are used in our cost estimate for finishing in the categories above

these cost should be replaced in the cost estimate with pricing relevant to indigenous cost of finishing material suppliers in order to recalculate the cost of the unit.

 

Preliminary and general:

  • site establishment and site overheads depends on the project and will vary from project to project

Who are we dealing with?

  • as our company information and product offering is available to you via the web, you are aware of who we are and what we do. 
  • it is as important for us to know who we are dealing with in order to prepare an appropriate response Therefore kindly provide us with a short brief of you/your organization function/activities and your requirements/project detail.

We have no idea who you are or what country you are from when you visit our website or send us mail

   

Company detail:

  • company name
  • contact
  • country
  • e-mail

What are the material cost?

  • quantity of houses required
  • over what period
  • 10 mm high tensile reinforcing steel bars - cost per per kg
  • 8 mm high tensile reinforcing steel bars - cost per per kg
  • high tensile reinforcing mesh* Ref 193
  • high tensile reinforcing mesh* Ref 133
  • Crushed stone 19 mm  - Used only in the floating raft foundation but can be substituted with river sand.
  • river sand/decomposed granite– per m³ example texture 1 2 3  Site Mix
  • ordinary portland cement - 50 kg
  • pulverized fly ash – If available - 50 kg
  • unskilled labour per day

* note: reinforcing mesh can be replaced with    reinforcing bars tied into mesh formation.

 

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Wall building system

Produced in South Africa

Cast houses

 
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