Walls =

Stepped Elevations = [[0; 0; 0; 1]]

Doors = [[0; 0; 1]]

Windows = [[0; 0; 1]]

Waste = 0

#Blocks =

Sand =

Cement =

Mortar =

Waste Amount =

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total_elevations =

total_doors =

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Estimates the amount of block, mortar, sand, and cement needed to build a structure with concrete masonry units (block). Note: Based on surface area of 8" x 16" (nominal dimension with 3/8" mortar joint).

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- Walls: Length, Height, and Count of each wall. Enter one per row.

- Stepped Elevations: Width, Highest Height, Shortest Height, and Count of each stepped elevation. Enter one per row.

- Doors: Width, Height, and Count of each door. Enter one per row.

- Windows: Width, Height, and Count of each window. Enter one per row.

- Waste: Percent to add for waste factor.

-#Blocks: Number of blocks.

-Sand: Tons of sand.

-Cement: Number of cement bags.

-Mortar: Number of mortar bags.

Estimate the number of block, mortar, sand, and cement you will need to build this 12'0" high structure with concrete masonry units (block). This structure will have 8 windows that are 3' wide and 5' in height. The two doors are 3'0" by 6'8". Assume a 5% waste factor.

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- Walls

Length; Height; Count

3ft 6in; 12ft

4ft; 12ft; 2

7ft 8in; 12ft

20ft; 12ft

16ft 9in; 12ft; 2

31ft 8in; 12ft

- Stepped Elevation

Width; Highest Height; Shortest Height; Count

16ft 9in; 4ft 8in; 0in; 2

- Doors

Width; Height; Count

3ft; 6ft 8in; 2

- Windows

Width; Height; Count

3ft; 5ft; 8

-Waste: 5.00%

The quantities required are:

-#Blocks: 1,383

-Sand: 4.15 tons

-Cement: 42 bags

-Mortar: 42 bags

Walls

Stepped Elevations

Doors

Windows

Waste

#Blocks

Sand

Cement

Mortar

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