Feature & Amenities


A. Specification of the Project
1. General features of the Complex
1.1 1.1 Boundary Wall & Gate

  • Secured and attractive boundary walls having proper sequence with the evaluation of the total building.
  • Secured and decorative entry/exit gate with lamp posts.
  • Beautifully designed building name and logos on
    Polished tiles/Marble/granite at the front boundary.

1.2 1.2 Reception & Waiting

  • Elegantly designed Reception-cum-Waiting room space.
  • Reception desk and floor finished with RAK/FU-WANG/SUN POWER tiles.

1.3 Car Parking & Drive-way

  • Comfortable and functional driveway.
  • Drive way finished with pavement tiles.
  • Covered and specious car parks are secured premises in the ground floor.
  • Car parks are to be permanently marked with tiles.

1.4 Caretaker's Room, Driver's Retire room, Kitchen & Toilet

  • Rest room for security guards.
  • Suitable rest room for the drivers.
  • Tiled finished toilet.
  • Caretaker room, Gas, water, Electric facility.

1.5 Stair & Lobby

  • Stair Railing will be of non-magnetic SS will be used.
  • Lobby and lift walls will be finished with polished tiles/Marble/granite Stair width will be 8ft. (As per Architectural Design).

1.6 Mail box

  • Individually marked mailbox for each apartment to be placed in a suitable location.
  • The mailboxes will be beautifully designed and will have looking arrangement.

1.7 Roof top

  • Protected terrace on roof-top with parapet wall height will be 3’-6” by RCC.
  • The roofs should have thermal insulation by placing lime terracing as per sound engineering practice at roof top with proper slope to protect from heat and dampness.
  • Some Flower beds along the Protective Parapet wall. Each bed of size 120 cm wide and 30cm deep with appropriate drainage and anti-seepage. (As per Design)
  • Adequate cloth drying arrangement for all apartments.

1.8 Water Reservoirs

  • Large underground water reservoir (in accordance with WHO standard) to hold water to meet up to 3 days requirement of the occupants of the apartments.
  • Roof top water tanks (in accordance WHO standard) will have the capacity to meet 12 hours of consumption.
  • There will be two best quality water pumps to lift water to the overhead tanks. Out of these two pumps one will be on stand by.
  • There will also be another pump on the suction line to supplement gravity flow of supply water.

2. Architectural, Structural and General Engineering  
2.1 Soil Test

  • Soil investigation shall be done by well-known professional experts with proper care and attention.
  • Analysis of the relevant one or two soil samples will be done by the BUET laboratories, if required.
  • Design of foundation and super structures of the building will be based on the soil test report.

2.2 Structural System

  • Special Moment Resisting Frame (SMRF) system will be adopted for the building as will be required.
  • The structure will be interconnected by Ties and Beams i.e. frame Structure.
  • Water proofing material shall be used in correct proportion in the foundation for better protection of structure/concrete from dampness.
  • The professional experts using proper methods will do termite and pest control of the grounds.

2.3 Codes and Standard

  • Bangladesh National Building Code-1993 (BNBC), American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete (ACI 2002/IBC-2000) & Uniform Building, 1997 (UBC-97) shall be followed.

2.4 Wind Consideration

  • Basic wind speed, V-250 km/hour shall be considered for Dhaka form Table 6.2.8 of BNBC-93.

2.5 Seismic Consideration

  • As per Seismic Zoning Map (Ref. Fig-6.2.10 of BNBC-93) as developed by experts considering fault zones in and around Bangladesh special provision for seismic design shall be incorporated.
  • RCC framed structure must be capable of withstanding earth quakes measuring up to 8.0 on Richter scale.

2.6 Design Method

  • Ultimate Strength Design (USD) method will be adopted for design of all R.C.C. structural members.

2.7 Plinth level

  • Plinth level will be finalized by RAJUK/Cantonment Board considering the record of rainwater logging on the nearby roads and it will also be higher than the highest previous flood level as recorded during 1988-2006.

2.8 Aesthetic & Functional Aspects

  • Exterior facades of the building shall be developed considering modern architecture reflection residential aesthetics.
  • Outside surface will be maintenance free. Proper smooth forms will be used to ensure smooth surface and to avoid re-working.
  • Anodized aluminum windows accented with tinted glass. (Blue/Green)
  • Maximum use and minimum wastage of space shall be taken into consideration for creating a most functional floor plan.
  • Cross ventilation for natural air circulation and wide windows for allowing natural light shall be incorporated in the floor plan.
  • Emphasis to be given to the privacy of master, first and second bed room in relation to the common users facilities.

2.9 Drawing, Design and Approval

  • All architectural design and drawing will be approved by the architect in consolation with Land owner.
  • Structural design and drawings will be done by the Qualified Structural Engineer.
  • Clearances and approval required to execute the projects shall be obtained by the Developer in a proper manner and a copy of the papers so received in this regard shall be handed over to the land owner.

3.1 Steel

  • High Strength Deformed Bars (60,000/40,000 psi) will be used in the structural design.
  • The bars will be sourced from reputable manufactures such as BSRM/ KSRM/ Rahim steel mills Ltd, AKS STEEL.
  • Grade-60 will be used in all RCC works except lintel, false slab and boundary walls while Grade-40 will be used in the RCC works in lintel, false slab and boundary walls.
  • Random testing procedure will be maintained. Cylindrical Tests shall be done at BUET Laboratory. If required.

3.2 Cement

  • High quality cement should be used as building material. Portland cement manufactured by Cemax/Scan/Emirates/ Premier /Crown cement could be acceptable.
  • Recent testing result of cement will be collected form the company concerned and if required, testing may be done at BUET Laboratory. If required.

3.3 Aggregates

  • Stone chips will be used in all casting in foundation, column and picket bricks chips in beams, roof slabs.
  • Stone chips will be collected from crushing of boulders of Sylhet origin.

3.4 Sand

  • Saline-free Coarse Sand (Sylhet Sand) of minimum F.M. 2.20 (will be used in RCC work after proper screening).
  • Saline-fee Medium Sand of minimum F.M. 1.20 (will be used in RCC works after proper screening while both screening and washing shall be done for using in brick work and plaster).
Special Note: All structural materials including steel, cement, Bricks, Sylhet sand and other aggregates etc. will have to be of highest standard and quality as available in the market. In case of non-availability of shortage of supply of any specified item, an equivalent item competing quality will be used in consultation with the Land owner.

4. Structures

  • The structure is expected to comply as below

4.1 Foundation

  • RCC casting as per structural design (1:2:4) using 3/4 inches down graded crushed stone chips and 70% Sylhet Sand & 30% Medium Sand.

4.2 Column & Grade Beam

  • RCC casting as per structural design (1:11/2:3) using stone chips.

4.3 Slab & Beam

  • RCC casting as per structural design (1:2:4) using 3/4 inches down graded Brick chips with 50% local sand and 50% Sylhet sand.