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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 12:44 pm    Post subject: speed of struct.engg Reply with quote

Dear Sefians,

Dont know abt other countries, but following opinions in a multidisciplinary MNC in India

doing Industrial projects.

Mech Boss: Given a choice we will like opt out of Civil Engg. for Indian projects

(most)Probable reason:Higher inputs(45%),less returns(20-25%)in civil compared to other disciplines,but Client prefers all disciplines under one roof.

Civil boss(In same company):We have to work at a fast "speed"."Economy" is no consideration.

(most)Probable reason:Civil costs are 12-20% of total project cost."speed"saves inputs & makes having civil deptt viable.

regards,

P Kadam

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2004 5:04 am    Post subject: speed of struct.engg Reply with quote

I think faster speed shall be preferable for industrial projects foe it may give input for an early commissioning of the plant of industry. That if compared to some extra coast shall provide more consideration
Eng Suraj Singh

p_kadam_sefi@yahoo.co.in wrote:




Dear Sefians,

Dont know abt other countries, but following opinions in a multidisciplinary MNC in India

doing Industrial projects.

Mech Boss: Given a choice we will like opt out of Civil Engg. for Indian projects

(most)Probable reason:Higher inputs(45%),less returns(20-25%)in civil compared to other disciplines,but Client prefers all disciplines under one roof.

Civil boss(In same company):We have to work at a fast "speed"."Economy" is no consideration.

(most)Probable reason:Civil costs are 12-20% of total project cost."speed"saves inputs & makes having civil deptt viable.

regards,

P Kadam

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