The Benchmark of Construction Excellence

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December 22, 2021 Real Estate Industry

Having had four decades of real estate experience, when bti claims to be a sector leader in quality and commitment, it is no small feat. In a country that was truly born 50 years ago, a 40-year-old real estate leader has a full basket of dynamic experiences and monumental contributions to the country’s infrastructure. Decade after decade, people have opted for construction services from bti or partnered up with them due to their long-standing performance track, and the capability to empathize with the customer’s vision. 

One of the most potent drivers of bti’s goodwill amongst the people is the fact that this real estate company is reliable. We will hand our projects over right on time, if not earlier, and we make absolutely zero compromises with quality. However, it is natural for anyone to wonder how does bti’s construction department actually maintain their output quality while ensuring timely delivery?
The purpose of this article is to dive into that at length.

When the goal is to deliver high-quality products on time, the planning and the process need to be nothing short of immaculate. From planning to management to implementation, everything has to run smoothly without any exceptions. Even the contingency measures need to be properly planned and placed. bti’s construction department strictly adheres to the Construction Critical Path Method (CPM) in their conduct which makes the success rate of this company as high as it is. 

Construction projects are a precise sequence of actions that are designed towards a particularly intended result. From a layman’s view, it may appear to be an elaborately complex task or a simple matter of putting building materials together. In truth, construction is a process that is a culmination of several tasks and events, conducted in a particular order that results in the desired conclusion of the project. A proper and efficient construction requires systematic planning. That is where the application of the CPM method comes in for construction. A project can have many activity paths but there can only be one critical path. A CPM lists all activities in a project and includes information about how long each activity will take and how each relates to the completion of other activities. A critical path is determined by a detailed network diagram that takes into account each activity, its duration, predecessors, and lag.

They say, seeing is believing which is why this article contains both text-based and visual information on bti’s construction process. Let us take a look into these series of actions and watch exactly what makes us noteworthy:

Structural Engineering:

Structural engineering is a branch of civil engineering that involves the application of the laws of physics, mathematics, and empirical knowledge to safely design the ‘bones’ and load-bearing elements of man-made structures. Structural engineers are trained professionals who are responsible for making sure that the structures we use in our daily lives, like bridges and tall buildings, are safe, stable, and don’t collapse under applied loads. They do this by applying their technical knowledge to specify different types of construction materials in various shapes and geometries and design structures that can withstand the pressures and stresses of their environment such as gravity loads, storms and earthquakes. Watch the video embedded below and see how structural engineers from bti ensure the projects’ durability:

Raw Materials:

Raw materials used in construction play a significant role in the output performance of a project. All the fine planning, engineering, and implementation will surely fail when the raw materials’ quality is compromised. This is a wide subject with a dynamic market of raw materials intended for various purposes. bti is particular about the functionality, performance, and sustainability of the raw materials used. Let’s watch the next video to get a broader perspective on this:

Workmanship & Methodology:

When it’s all said and done, quality construction is an art that requires crafty workmanship. If the workman does not put his soul into his creation, the project will not resonate with the artistic beauty it is meant to embody. Fine workmanship in construction is a marriage between process and art, and the next video gives us a detailed insight:

Plumbing:

Quality construction depends on each individual element used to build a structure. In this video, bti’s engineers explain how the upgraded UPVC pipes are of the utmost quality for building a sturdy structure:

Curing:

For the perfect construction of a project, quality must be of utmost priority. Curing is a vital part of construction and in this video, bti engineers explain the process and importance of curing during construction: 

Electromechanical Design & Implementation:

The electromechanical design of a project has to complement its architectural design. Hence, the electromechanical system gets put into place when the Superstructure phase starts. This is highly important for a number of preventive measures, and to ensure a seamless power supply experience. In the end, electromechanical installation requires synchronized thought mapping with architecture and structural engineering. The next video elaborates on the matter: 

Plaster & Paint:

We plaster our buildings to protect them from weathering effects and give them a smooth finish. However, painting over plastered surfaces adds further protection, and enhances the aesthetic appeal of a structure. Watch this video to learn how paint and plasterwork in sync to add to the quality of construction: 

We hope that we have been able to provide you with an in-depth description of the construction process followed by bti. Although it must be noted that the process explained above is a simplified version of the actual conduct.

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