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    #121
    Quote Originally Posted by EQAddict View Post
    Pics wont do it justice.I need a drone video to show it LOL.

    Sige will take pics..... i know theres karaoke event there soon...

    The hardwood interior was amazing. He used 12 different kinds of hardwood for the floors, doors, ceilings etc.

    I did ask how much it cost.... 82 million for the house construction alone without furniture and excluding the land price.

    Crazy hehehe. But damn!!!!

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    $82M?

    Probably just a drop in the bucket for your friend, bro. ... 😉😊😊

    Wow! Awesome!

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    #122
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post
    $82M?

    Probably just a drop in the bucket for your friend, bro. ... House ConstructionHouse ConstructionHouse Construction

    Wow! Awesome!
    Pesos naman hehe.



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    #123
    Masters, please help me translate concrete mix (M20) or 1-1.5-3 using bags of cement. This is what the foreman is familiar with. According to him, sobrang tibay na raw ng 1-2-3 using cement bag volume, not sure if the concrete ratio guide pertains to volume or weight kasi. Thanks.

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    #124
    Quote Originally Posted by EQAddict View Post
    Pesos naman hehe.



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    Oooppsss,- Sorry bro,- I was probably doing some company financial computation in $ that time...

    Even in PhP,- that's awesome!


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    #125
    Quote Originally Posted by papi smith View Post
    Masters, please help me translate concrete mix (M20) or 1-1.5-3 using bags of cement. This is what the foreman is familiar with. According to him, sobrang tibay na raw ng 1-2-3 using cement bag volume, not sure if the concrete ratio guide pertains to volume or weight kasi. Thanks.

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    What's the concrete strength required? 3000psi? Stick w/ 1:2:3 by volume & keep water content at a minimum. The amount of water used to mix is a vital factor in determining the final strength of concrete. Use the least to get a workable mix.

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    #126
    iba talaga pag engineer. Ang dami kailangan pag-aralan na sukat at bigat. Calculado talaga. Bakit pag licensure exam eh ang foucs puro sa mga attorney. Di ba dapat sa mga engineer kasi sila kumakalkula ng buidlings.

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    #127
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    What's the concrete strength required? 3000psi? Stick w/ 1:2:3 by volume & keep water content at a minimum. The amount of water used to mix is a vital factor in determining the final strength of concrete. Use the least to get a workable mix.

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    I actually want 3500 psi, if that sack style volume is applicable, then I'll do the M20 mix. Thanks Sir Travs! House Construction

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    #128
    Quote Originally Posted by papi smith View Post
    I actually want 3500 psi, if that sack style volume is applicable, then I'll do the M20 mix. Thanks Sir Travs! House Construction

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    20Mpa is a tad under 3000psi. The 1:2:3 mix will yield above that if controlled well. Note that plant-batched concrete will be more precisely portioned by weight. For DIY mixes, it might be a challenge to do mass portioning, hence, volume is tolerated. To check mix & moisture content consistency, do the slump test.
    Concrete Slump Test - Tutorial - YouTube
    You may devise your own version of the 12" test cone. The lesser the slump, the stronger the yield.

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    #129
    For 1:2:3 workable mix you can get 4000-5000 psi. You can try 1:3:4 for 3000-3500psi. Sometimes on sacks method not all are filled equally. Like what trav said water is a major factor for concrete strength.

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    #130
    Won't that consistency be difficult to manage if I don't have a concrete vibrator?

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