The Area of One window will be 1.2 x 1.2 = 1.44m^{2}

Now what is the total area of all windows in the building?

Its quite simple, having known the area of 1 window as 1.44m^{2}, we simply multiply 1.44m^{2} by the total number of windows in the building which is 11.

therefore, we have 1.44 x 11 = 15.84m^{2} Recommended

Hi, I'm Richard Nwachukwu! It is my job to handle the content aspect of this great organization and I'm determined to ensure you get it all right as long as you're handling a construction project in Nigeria!

Can that 2 bedroom flat contain in such a small area of land? Well, if it is able to enter and the dimensions matches the one we have described here, then you can retain the same number of blocks

How much cement, steel, and etc for the same plan above

This very insightful.. Kudos

Thanks so much.but assuming u want to floor it and build another one on it. How many 6" block will u need approximately?

Please, I want know what about the internal block calculation

your lecture was excited

Well done job

To build 2 bed room flat on a land of 25fts by 30fts How many blocks can i use

Can that 2 bedroom flat contain in such a small area of land? Well, if it is able to enter and the dimensions matches the one we have described here, then you can retain the same number of blocks

Your calculation did not consider the internal walls