FLOOR FINISHES

Floor finishes

Object to measure: Floor Finishes – Screed

Q.S to create complex recipe, with supporting graphics
Power float finish to concrete slabs
40mm Screed to all floors
Granolithic finish average 75mm thick laid to falls in plant rooms on and including a single layer bituminous waterproofing

75mm Thick average screed graded to falls [Area]
Use Revit room area and finishing schedule to reference
100mm Thick average screed graded to falls [Area]
Use Revit room area and finishing schedule to reference
Single layer bituminous waterproofing [Area]
Use Revit room area and finishing schedule to reference
Sundries, turn-ups, etc.
Add 5% as ingredient
75 x 75mm Triangular fillets on flat roofs
Use Revit room perimeter and finishes schedule to reference

Object to measure: Floor Finishes – Tiling

Q.S to create complex recipe, with supporting graphics
Tiling

Porcelain / ceramic floor tiles [Area]
Use Revit Room area and finishes schedule to reference
Mosaic floor tiles to shower [Area]
Use Revit Room area and finishes schedule to reference
Porcelain / ceramic floor tiles laid to square pattern stair landings [Area]
Use Revit Room area and finishes schedule to reference
Porcelain / ceramic floor tiles laid to square pattern stair treads [Area]
Use Revit Room area and finishes schedule to reference
Porcelain / ceramic floor tiles laid to square pattern stair risers [Area]
Use Revit Room area and finishes schedule to reference
Tile skirting [Length]
Use Revit Room perimeter and finishes schedule to reference
vii. Genesis Ess stainless steel edge trim to junction of tiling and other finishes [Length]
Use Revit Room area and finishes schedule to reference
Genesis Ess stainless steel exposed corners of tiled stair treads
Add as ingredient to stair treads

Object to measure: Floor Finishes – Carpet, Vinyl, Epoxy, Timber

Q.S to create complex recipe, with supporting graphics
Carpet / vinyl / epoxy / timber / etc

Carpet tiles to floors including underfelt [Area]
Use Revit Room area and finishes schedule to reference

GROUND FLOOR CONSTRUCTION (Mass Concrete Surface Bed)

A mass concrete surface bed is the un-reinforced slab that is supported by the ground, unlike a suspended slab. It can be on fill, which should not exceed 600mm in thickness. The formation may be shaped for thickenings and covered with hardcore and sand bedding or a layer of blinding concrete. It may also need a sheet plastics damp proof membrane, depending on site conditions and building occupancy. Large areas of surface bed are cast in alternate bays.

In Revit, the mass concrete surface bed is drawn using a Floor family which provides quantity, perimeter, area and volume measurements to SkyBIM’s Product Editor.

Example: Mass Concrete Surface Bed 170mm thick on and including 150mm thick sub-base layer laid on DPM

SkyBIM Product Editor Ingredients

Prepare platform to receive surface bed
Area = Revit Area of Floor Slab. See SkyBIM’s Consumption Formula Editor.

Rip and compact platform to 98% mod AASH
Area = Revit Area of Floor Slab

Making good 150mm Thick sub-base below surface bed
Volume = Revit Area of Floor Slab * Sub-base Thickness

350 Micron USB green damp proof membrane
Area = Revit Area of Floor Slab

Finishing top surfaces of concrete smooth with a power float
Area = Revit Area of Floor Slab

30 Mpa unreinforced concrete in surface beds
Volume = Revit Volume of Floor Slab

Mesh reference 193 to surface beds
Area = Revit Area of Floor Slab

Formwork to edge of surface bed
Perimeter = Revit Perimeter of Floor Slab

Saw cut joints 3 x 40mm deep into 5.00 x 5.00m panels
Length = Revit Area of Floor Slab/Area of 5*5m panels (Manual) * Perimeter of 5*5m panels (Manual)

Rake out softboard joint and seal with polysulphide joint sealer
Length = Revit Area of Floor Slab/Area of 5*5m panels (Manual) * Perimeter of 5*5m panels (Manual)

Toggle construction joints to surface beds
Length = Draw Revit Line Based Structural Beam Family

SkyBIM Product Editor Screenshot

SkyBIM Product Editor Live Link

http://bit.ly/nKhXIw

SkyBIM Report View

SkyBIM Consumption Formula Editor Example

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