Industrial Training Report Sample

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Acknowledgement
It’s my pleasure to give my heartiest thank to all the people who had helped me to
makemytrainingperiodatruthfulonebecausewithouttheirdedicationand
commitment we would not be able to achieve this amount of success. I should also
appreciate the great support that was given by them.
Initially I Proud to thank to my dearest familiars, who encouraging for my education.
I offer my great pleasure to Ms. P.H.P.Senadheera, National Vocational Training
Institute at Narahenpita and all academic staff of the institute who assigned me for
industrial training.
Also my special thanks go to CECB, Eng. L.A.N.C. Gunarathna (Resident Engineer).
And the Engineer Assistant Mrs.Nadeeka Subashani and also Technical Officers as
well.
Also, my thanks go to kind brothers and sisters, who were with me as supervisors and
the fellow trainees who have guided me when I met problems. They always gave me
the courage and strength to be succeeded in addition to knowledge.
My sincere thanks also go to my beloved Parents and Family members who were
always behind me. Last but not least I thank all the sub-contractors and the labors in
the sites, helped me in numerous ways.

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Preface
National Diploma in Quantity Surveying (NVQ 5) is a premier Quantity
Surveying course which develops skillful and updating Quantity Surveyors to
theindustryannually.Itcontainswith12-monthacademicand6-month
industrial training period. The training is conducted and facilitated by NAITA.
This report is based on my 6-month experience in plant, training at Central
Engineering Consultancy Bureau.
National Vocational Training Institute is being governed under the ministry of
Skills Development and Vocational Training. The course is conducted in
English medium. Students are offered the diploma in QS, who full fill one
academic year in VTA and 6-month industrial training period in a prevailing
training establishment.
National apprentice and industrial training authority guides apprentices and
they offer training session and they inspect and guide trainees for a provable
training. Trainees and the organization are bonded by an agreement which
should be signed and submitted to NAITA.
I could be able to get more experiences within this short time period as it was
anurgentproject.Therefore,thistrainingbecameveryimportantand
convenient to me. This construction had occurred more variations which are
most important to improve my knowledge.

Thank you,
M.R.R.H. Perera
JO/17/QS1/1/0013
National Diploma in Quantity Surveying
National Vocational Training Institute
No-354, Elvitigala Mw, Narahenpita
Colombo 05

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Contents
Acknowledgement........................................................................................................................... 1
Preface.............................................................................................................................................. 2
1.Introduction of Training Establishment............................................................................... 7
1.1.Training Organization................................................................................................... 7
1.1.1.History..................................................................................................................... 7
1.1.2.Vision....................................................................................................................... 8
1.1.3.Mission.................................................................................................................... 8
1.1.4.Quality Policy......................................................................................................... 8
1.1.5.Scope of Work........................................................................................................ 9
1.1.6.Organization Chart of CECB..............................................................................10
1.1.7About Keys................................................................................................................11
1.1.8.Board of Directors................................................................................................12
1.1.9.CECB Office Location Map................................................................................13
1.1.10.Projects..................................................................................................................14
1.1.11.CESL.....................................................................................................................14
1.2.Management Practice...................................................................................................15
1.2.1. Present Performance..................................................................................................15
1.2.2. Strength and Weaknesses...........................................................................................15
1.2.3. Opportunities for Improvement and Threats for Survival.....................................15
1.2.4. Profitability..................................................................................................................16
1.2.5. Financial management................................................................................................16
1.3.Safety.............................................................................................................................17
1.3.1.Introduction................................................................................................................17
1.3.2.Safety Precautionary Methods...................................................................................18
1.3.3. Personal Protective Equipment.................................................................................18

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2.Training Experience.............................................................................................................22
2.1.Experiences from Office...............................................................................................22
2.1.1. Measurement sheets....................................................................................................22
2.1.2. Bills of Quantities........................................................................................................24
2.1.3. Rate analysis................................................................................................................25
2.1.4.Interim payment application......................................................................................26
2.2.Documents for Qs.........................................................................................................30
2.2.1. Monthly progress report............................................................................................30
2.2.2. Daily report.................................................................................................................30
2.2.3. Weather report............................................................................................................30
2.2.4. Tender Documents......................................................................................................32
2.3.Importance of civil knowledge for QS........................................................................34
2.3.1. Experience from Work sites.......................................................................................34
2.3.2. Taking Measurements................................................................................................34
2.3.3. Leveling........................................................................................................................34
2.3.4. Reinforcement.............................................................................................................36
2.3.5. Form Work..................................................................................................................42
2.3.6. Concreting...................................................................................................................46
3.Conclusion.............................................................................................................................54
Reference........................................................................................................................................55









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List of Tables
Table 1: Example for Measurement sheet ....................................................... 23
Table 2: format of the BOQ ............................................................................. 24
Table 3: Examples for Rate analysis format Table .......................................... 25
Table 4: weight ratio ........................................................................................ 27
Table 5:Bar Schedule ....................................................................................... 28
Table 6:Daily Report........................................................................................ 31
Table 7: Grades of concrete ............................................................................. 50
























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Table of Figures
Figure 1: CECB logo ......................................................................................... 8
Figure 2:Organizational chart of CECB .......................................................... 10
Figure 3: CECB Office Location Map ............................................................. 13
Figure 4: Helmet .............................................................................................. 19
Figure 5: Goggles ............................................................................................. 19
Figure 6: Safety belts ....................................................................................... 19
Figure 7: Boots ................................................................................................. 20
Figure 8: Gloves ............................................................................................... 20
Figure 9: Earplugs ............................................................................................ 20
Figure 10: Examples for Leveling ................................................................... 35
Figure 11: cover block ..................................................................................... 39
Figure 12:Lapping ............................................................................................ 40
Figure 13: Column reinforcement .................................................................... 40
Figure 14: stirrups. ........................................................................................... 41
Figure 15: Stool in Slab ................................................................................... 42
Figure 16:Slab Reinforcement ......................................................................... 42
Figure 17:Column Form Work ........................................................................ 43
Figure 18:Slab Leveling ................................................................................... 44
Figure 19:Column Framework ......................................................................... 45
Figure 20: slab formwork................................................................................. 45
Figure 21: slab formwork................................................................................. 45
Figure 22:Concreting ....................................................................................... 48
Figure 23:Truck Mixer and Pump Car ............................................................. 48
Figure 24:Concrete Mixer ................................................................................ 49
Figure 25:Slump Test and Equipment Details ................................................. 51
Figure 26: cube testing ..................................................................................... 53
Figure 27:Mould and Tamping Rod ................................................................ 53


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1.Introduction of Training Establishment
1.1.Training Organization
1.1.1.History
The Central Engineering Consultancy Bureau (CECB) is a corporate body
established in 1973 to provide engineering consultancy services with a
commitment to sustainable development. The Bureau is a highly respected
andwell-establishedinstitutionwithasolidlong-termrecordinthe
planning and execution of projects. Though a state institution, the Bureau
has operated from its inception as a self-financing organization.
The Bureau has been at the forefront of some of the largest development
projects in Sri Lanka and is the premier consultancy organization in Sri
Lanka with a wide range of expertise in different engineering disciplines.
CECB served as one of the key institutions in the implementation of the
Mahaweli Project (Cascade development of the largest river in Sri Lanka).
In the implementation of these multi billion Rupee projects, the Bureau was
associated with several international consultants and had developed strong
engineering competence and expertise through these associations.
The Bureau was responsible for the design and supervision of all project
related infrastructure (access roads, bridges, buildings and water supply)
associatedwiththemajorhydropowerandIrrigationprojects.Socio
economicaspects(resettlement,communitydevelopment)and
environmental studies were an integral part of all these major projects.






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1.1.2.Vision
To be a world class organization”



Figure 1: CECB logo
1.1.3.Mission
To be a world class organization, acquiring excellence in engineering,
architecture and quantity surveying, utilizing the state of art technology,
withahighlymotivated,trainedandskilledworkforcerewarded
appropriately for their contribution in the optimum use of resources for
the maximum benefit to mankind.
1.1.4.Quality Policy
Continuouslyimprovethequalityandefficiencyofservices
provided.
Diversify the product portfolio.
Introduce innovative technologies
Develop a world class human resource base.
Achieve international recognition
Develop information technology as a strategic resource
Promote sustainable development.




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