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SD Issue 3 Digital

SD Issue 3 Digital

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ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRIAL PROFILE steel bargeboard steel bargeboard 92 93 94 95 96 97
Brickforce Lintol
65.810 v-joints - Marmoran plaster v-joints - Marmoran plaster 65.810 half round gutter on 300 x 6mm 2 No. fulbore outlets, ie 1No. on each side of stair shaft
65.610 W29 W29 W6 W6 fibre cement fasciaboard fo6r 5.810 Bitumen Asphalt on screed to fall to fulbore outlet
65.010 W29 W29 65.610 painting. RC slab to Structural Engineer's details
65.010
62.050 65.610 Glass blocks
61.810 65.010
61.210
60.610 W21 brick fins 62.050 W19

58.250 W2 whb's anti-siphon 61.810 62.050
5578..401100 W21 wc 61.210
wc 60.610 61.810
56.810 W2 whb's 61.210
54.450 wc 58.250 W19 60.610
53.610
58.010 200mm Ø gsi rwdp 58.250 STAIR 6 - OFFICE WING
53.010 Brickforce Lintol
50.650 W31 W32 W6 W6 5578..401100
50.500 W31 W32
brick fins
whb's
wc anti-siphon
wc
whb's
wc

W6 brick fins W6

W21 brick fins W19 56.810 +62.050 Glass blocks
54.450 Third Floor
53.610
ur anti-siphon
whb's 53.010
wc 50.650
wc
whb's 50.200
wc

W31 W32 W26 W2 W21 W29 W29
W4 W4 W4 W4
W25 W2 W6 W6
W24 D1 50.350
svp brick fins W4 W4 chain for
MN P ur g ie ie g ie rainwater disposal

MH

100MM Ø PVC SEWER PIPE +58.250 Glass blocks
Second Floor

ABCDEF GH J KL Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1

NORTH ELEVATION BASEMENT STORAGE 46.360

SCALE 1:100

IBR roof sheeting

IBR roof sheeting

65.810 rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's
65.610
65.010 glass blocks W19 W7 W7
W7
62.050
61.810 rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's
60.610
58.210 W19 W7 W7
57.410 W7

56.810 rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's Fibreglass transluscent roof sheeting
54.450 mild steel balustrade to detail
53.610 mild steel balustrade to detail
corbelling
53.010 glass blocks W19 W7 W7 W7 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34
50.650 W7

brick fins ms gate W4 W4 W4 W35 W35 W35 W35 W35 W35 W35 W35 W35 D12 W29 W29 D9

v-joints - Marmoran plaster W10
MH
W9 D13 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34 W34
g
W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 recessed 2 way vent capl
W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 wall 100MM Ø PVC SEWER PIPE LAID TO FALL 1:150
ENCASE DRAIN IN CONCRETE UNDER ROAD
g ramp ramp grease trap
W23
W23 W23 W23 rw g 50mm Ø pvc
W23 weep holes

96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 3

BASEMENT STORAGE 46.360

WEST ELEVATION

SCALE 1:100

65.810

65.610 rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's
65.010
weathered cill
62.050
W30B

W7 W7 W7 IBR roof sheeting W7 W7 W7

61.810 rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's
60.610

58.210 W30A rwdp W7 W7 W7 W7 W7 IBR roof sheeting on steel angle purlins fixed on steel angle
57.410 W7 cleats weld fixed @ 2400 ctrs to steel Engineered roof trusses

Fibreglass transluscent roof sheeting

rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's rwdp's

56.810 brick wall balustrade
54.450

W7 W7 W7 W7 W7 W7

W30A W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27 W27

53.010 D19 W27 W27 W27 W27 W4 W4 W4 W4 W4 W4
50.650 MH svp

W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W4 W4 W4 W4 W4 W4 W4 W4 rw
W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23
rw g g g g ie rw

100MM Ø PVC SEWER PIPE LAID TO FALL 1:150
ENCASE DRAIN IN CONCRETE UNDER ROAD

TO MUNICIPAL SEWER- SEE SITE PLAN

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

ramp down

BASEMENT PARKING 46.360

EAST ELEVATION

SCALE 1:100

They commissioned local architecture firm Vengesayi Architects Their many projects include the Harare International Airport, the
to design and supervise the construction of their new state of the Chitungwiza Aquatic Complex, Zimdef Headquarters, as well as many
art headquarters. Arch. M.C.R. Vengesayi, an American trained educational and healthcare facilities and tourist accommodation.
Zimbabwean architect, established Vengesayi Architects in 1987.
It was the first indigenous architectural practice in Zimbabwe and Work on the site started in 2011 and was finally completed in
continues to be one of the busiest and most successful architecture 2016, with some delays due to interruptions in the flow of funding.
consultancies, with over 30 years of experience under their belt. The clients, TIMB, took beneficial occupation in March 2016 and
the defects liability period expires at the end of April this year.
52 structure & design

steel bargeboard The site, along Gleneagles Road in the busy
industAriRaCl areaH I T E ofC T SWillowvale, had some
65.810 v-joints - Marmoran plaster half round gutter 65.810 limitations to contend with. It’s a long narrowMUTUMWAPAVIC.R.VENGESAYIB.ARCH.(IDAHO),USAM.I.A.Z
200mm Ø gsi rwdp 65.610
65.610 110mm Ø pvc rwdp to run in duct 65.010 111 KWAME NKRUMAH CNR 4TH ST. P.O. BOX 5000.HARARE ZIMBABWE, TEL: 263-4-702384,702385,703483, 703487,
65.010 790592, FAX: 263-4-792432 TELEX 26089 VENGSY ZW, email : < vengarch @ comone.co.zw >HARARE ZIMBABWE
W6 brick fins W6 62.050
61.810 site facing directly onto the road, with other
62.050 W33 ur 61.210 buNOilTdEiSn:gs surrounding it, and the water table in
W16 svp 60.610 the area is quite high – all factors that needed# Do not scale off drawing, use figured dimensions only
61.810 W5 wc 58.210
61.210 whb's 57.410 # All dimensions to be checked on site and any
60.610 W33 wc 56.810 discrepancies reported to the Architect.
W16 whb 54.450
58.210 W5 whb's 53.610 to be taken into account in the design process.# This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and may
57.410 wc not be used, copied or reproduced except with the
whb 53.010 written permission of the same.
wc 50.650
Additionally, the northern boundary has a
W1 W1 46.360 congested servitude with ZESA lines with
diPfRfeOJreECnTt: voltages and a complex storm water
anti-siphon dTr.Ia.Min.BaOgFeFICsEySstemO.N LOT 2

W6 brick fins W6 WILLOWVALE - HARARE

ur CLIENT:
svp
wc TOBACCO INDUSTRY &
whb's MARKETING BOARD
wc
whb DESCRIPTION:
whb's
wc
whb
wc

W1 W1

anti-siphon

W6 brick fins W6

56.810 steel balustrade to detail ur
svp
54.450 W16 wc chain for
53.610 W5 whb's rainwater disposal
wc
brick fins whb
whb's
wc
whb
wc

W1 W1

anti-siphon

W6 brick fins W6

53.010 brick fins
50.650
ur
svp
wc
whb's
wc
whb
whb's
wc
whb
wc

W1 W1 ms balustrade W1 W1 anti-siphon W1 W1

W23 W23 W23 W23 G W23 W23

rw ramp down
100MM Ø PVC SEWER PIPE LAID TO FALL 1:150
TO MUNICIPAL SEWER- SEE SITE PLAN
46.360 G1 F1 E1 D1 C1 B1 A1 Z Y X W V U T R Q P N M L K J H G F E D

BASEMENT PARKING

SOUTH ELEVATION

SCALE 1:100

IBR roof sheeting

v-joints - Marmoran plaster 65.810
65.610
brick wall balustrade W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W5 weathered cill 65.010
brick wall balustrade W1 v-joints - Marmoran plaster W1 W5 W30B
brick wall balustrade W5 W1 W1 W1 W1 W5 62.050
D3 W1 W1 RWDP RWDP W30A 61.810
W1 60.610
36 35 34 33 W1 W1 W1 W1 W30A 58.210
v-joints - Marmoran plaster ms balustrade
56.810
D3 W1 W1 W1 D3 concrete ramp to S.E details 54.450 ELEVATIONS
steel balustrade to detail 53.610

53.010 REVISION M
50.650
W5 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W5 D4A
W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 g item description remark

1 LEVELS REVISED - FORMAT OF LEVELS REVISED

31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

46.360 TO MUNICIPAL SEWER- SEE SITE PLAN 2 ROOF RAISED BY 1200
3 WINDOWS REVISED
BASEMENT PARKING

IBR roof sheeting 4 SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR ADDED

5 2NO x W33 ADDED ON SOUTH ELEVATION
STAIRCASE LANDING EXTENDED BY 1200
A) SLAB ADDED OVER OFFICE WING STAIR

6 B) COLUMN DETAIL REVISED - MAIN ENTRANCE.
C) W4 & W27 REVISED - ROOF LOWERED BY 1200MM

7 WINDOW 30 REVISED - TO W30A AND W30B

8 GLASS BRICKS ADDED ON NORTH ELEVATION STAIRCASE
16-9-2014

9 GLASS BRICKS RELOCATED ON STAIRCASE 4 & 6
11-11-2014 CONCRETE RAMP ON STAIRCASE 3 REVISED
FACADE STEEL WORK FIXED ON STAIRCASE 6 REVISED.

glass blocks 65.810 10 MS BALUSTRADES ADDED
65.610 19-02-2015
65.010
11 NEW D19 AND MS BALUSTRADE ADDED ON EAST ELEVATION
62.050 27-03-2015
61.810
60.610 12 RAMP REVISED ON SOUTH ELEVATION
58.210 2-07-2015

W31 glass blocks W22 W21 56.810 13 4 NO. TOP FACADE STEEL TUBES REMOVED
W31 W22 W21 54.450 13-08-2015
rwdp discharging rwdp
onto low roof 53.010 14 NORTH WING GROUND FLOOR RECEPTION - ABLUTIONS ADDED
50.650 8-10-2015 (LIFT LOBBY AREA)
50.500
glass blocks

W27 W27 W31 W22 W21 glass blocks

W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1

W4 W4 svp W4 W10 W10
w ie g ie ie ie g rw 2 way vent cap
ie ie Designed: N. C.
gg

450mm deep 50.350 FRL

rw Drawn: L. M.

ramp down

9 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 Checked: V. A.

46.360 BASEMENT STORAGE

Date: OCTOBER 2015

Scale: 1:100

Drwg. No. A463/10/169/WD07 REV M

A defects liability period is defined as, ‘A prescribed period of
time within which the construction contractor has a contractual
obligation to remedy any defects in the construction work it has
performed.’ So it’s a kind of warranty period for the clients to
ensure that they are entirely satisfied, and it gives the contractor
the chance to attend to any niggling snags. The defect liability
period must overlap a complete rainfall season so that the building
is subjected to all types of inclement weather.

53

gsi flashing to roof opening 200mm Ø ms vertical tube roof opening above ARCH

L1 K1 J1 H1 G1 F1 E1 D1 C1 B1 A1 Z Y X W V U T R Q P N M L K J 150mm Ø ms tube flattened 200mm Ø ms vertical tube slit 1500 Ø x 10mm thick bracing plate MUTUMWAPAVI C.R. VENGE
on end for bolting through @ bottom for fitting & welding with 700mm Ø hole. 111 KWAME NKRUMAH CNR 4TH ST. P.O. BOX 5
to quadrant brackets.
to ms fixing web arc welded 150mm Ø ms tube for painting 790592, FAX: 263-4-792432 TELEX 26089 VEN
to steel rafter.
turn buckle - tensioner NOTES:
IBR roof sheeting on steel angle purlins fixed on steel angle DE F GH J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1
cleats weld fixed @ 2400 ctrs to steel Engineered roof trusses # Do not scale off drawing,
bolt fixed down to concrete slab @ 3600 ctrs with steel plate DETAIL A half round gutter on 300 x 6mm IBR roof sheeting on steel angle purlins fixed on steel angle # All dimensions to be chec
& web - all to Structural Engineers' details. fibre cement fasciaboard for cleats weld fixed @ 2400 ctrs to steel Engineered roof trusses
gsi flashing to roof opening painting. bolt fixed down to concrete slab @ 3600 ctrs with steel plate discrepancies reported to
steel bargeboard & web - all to Structural Engineers' details. # This drawing is the copyr
65.810 65.810
v-joints - Marmoran plaster 65.610 500 x 280mm not be used, copied or re
65.010 gsi gutter, 1mm gauge written permission of the
with polythene underline
62.050 PROJECT:
half round gutter on 300 x 6mm 61.810 65.810 150mm Ø ms tube 150mm Ø ms tube
fibre cement fasciaboard for 61.210 65.610 for painting. for painting. T.I.M.B OFFICE
painting. 60.610 65.010 WILLOWVALE
65.810 58.250
Suspended ceiling Suspended ceiling 58.010 65.610 Suspended ceiling Suspended ceiling 62.050 CLIENT:
65.610 rc beams to S.E details rc slabs & beams to S.E details 57.410 65.010 61.810 TOBACCO IND
65.010 56.810 gypsum plaster to b/work FEMALE MALE 61.210 MARKETING
OFFICE D8 OFFICE 54.450 62.050 W1 TOILET TOILET D2 gypsum plaster to b/work 60.610 150mm Ø ms tube flattened on end, BRACE PLAN
62.050 gypsum plaster to b/work to detail gypsum plaster to b/work 53.610 DPC W1 W1 D11 W16 sandwitched and bolt fixed to 6mm thick ms quadrant DESCRIPTION
61.810 D11 58.210 brackets weld fixed for the full perimeter of contact to a circular SCALE 1:50
61.810 W7 W7 W11 W11 53.010 61.210 Suspended ceiling W5 57.410 900 Ø x 6mm thick ms base plate for welding to 6mm thick
61.210 DPC 50.650 60.610 ms fixing plate cast in situ with lugs to a 1200 Ø x 300mm thick
60.610 W22 gypsum plaster to b/work Suspended ceiling 56.810
50.225 54.450 monolithic concrete column capital.
58.250 Suspended ceiling Suspended ceiling W1 W1 FEMALE MALE 53.610
rc slabs & beams to S.E details rc slabs & beams to S.E details 46.360 rc slabs & beams to S.E details TOILET TOILET 900mm Ø rc column to S.E details
58.010 D11 53.010
57.410 W7 OFFICE D8 OFFICE Suspended ceiling D11 D2 gypsum plaster to b/work 50.650
56.810 gypsum plaster to b/work W7 W11 to detail W11 gypsum plaster to b/work FINANCE & W16
DPC ADMIN EXECUTVE 48.850 FRL
54.450 58.210 W5 SECTION - DETAIL A
53.610 57.410 gypsum plaster to b/work
W22 SCALE 1:50
53.010 W1 W1
Suspended ceiling Suspended ceiling 200mm Ø gsi rwdp rc slabs & beams to S.E details FEMALE MALE Suspended ceiling
50.650 rc slabs & beams to S.E details rc slabs & beams to S.E details Suspended ceiling TOILET TOILET BAR
49.8100 D8 Curtain wall 56.810 rc lintol to s.e detail D11 gypsum plaster to b/work
GENERAL OFFICE 4 ms balustrade GENERAL OFFICE 1 glazing todetail ACCOUNTANT D11
W7 gypsum plaster to b/work W7 W11 to detail W11 W7 gypsum plaster to b/work D2 W16
DPC DPC gypsum plaster to b/work
54.450 Suspended ceiling W5
W7 53.610 W1 W1
DPC W22 DPC rc slabs & beams to S.E details
53.010 W23
Suspended ceiling COURTYARD 1 Suspended ceiling chain for FEMALE MALE FINANCE & GENERAL OFFICE 7 150mm Ø ms tube flattened on end,
chain for rc slabs & beams to S.E details GLASS BLOCKS rainwater disposal DRY BASEMENT W7 TOILET TOILET ADMINISTRATION gypsum plaster to b/work sandwitched and bolt fixed to 6mm thick ms quadrant
rainwater disposal INSPECTOR rc slabs & beams to S.E details w/f plaster brackets weld fixed for the full perimeter of contact to a circular
fulbore outlet W1 gypsum plaster to b/work W23 900 Ø x 6mm thick ms base plate for welding to 6mm thick
W1 gypsum plaster to b/work REGISTRATION ms fixing plate cast in situ with lugs to a 1200 Ø x 300mm thick
W7 W11 W11 OFFICE W1 D11 D11 D2 W1
DPC rc slabs & beams to S.E details DPC 50.460 50.460 monolithic concrete column capital.
stormwater channel W23 gypsum plaster to b/work DPC 50.650 DPC DPC 600mm Ø rc column to S.E details
laid to fall with pebbles 50.350 49.275 FRL stormwater channel 150mm Ø ms tube for painting
stormwater channel laid to fall with pebbles 1200 Ø x 6mm thick ms fixing plate
ROAD laid to fall with pebbles cast in situ with lugs to a 1200 Ø x 300mm Monolithic concrete column capital

KERB rc slabs & beams to S.E details rc slabs & beams to S.E details thick monolithic column capital. 200mm Ø ms vertical tube slit
@ bottom for fitting & welding
Staircase to S/Engineers' DRY BASEMENT ramp down torch on bit asp DRY BASEMENT torch on bit asp PLAN to quadrant brackets.
details. 250mm treads woodfloat plaster vertical dpm w/f plaster vertical dpm
torch on bit asp DRY BASEMENT 178.75 risers SCALE 1:50
vertical dpm woodfloat plaster D2 D15

46.360 46.360

46.360

All sub-structure to Structural Engineer's details

All sub-structure to Structural Engineer's details

SECTION 01 SECTION 04

SCALE 1:100 SCALE 1:100

DETAIL B 60mm Ø ms handrail SECTIONS
REVISION
60mm Ø ms handrail 16mm Ø ms stub posts with
16mm Ø ms stub posts 100 Ø x 6mm ms base plate
rawl bolt fixed to b/work @
marmoran plaster finish 1200 ctrs

moulded plaster coping

marmoran plaster finish

BRICK WALLBALUSTRADE DETAIL DETAIL B item descri

SCALE 1:20 SCALE 1:10 1 LEVELS REVISED - FORM
SECTION 01 REVISED - S

2 BALCONY REVISED.
3 ROOF RAISED BY 1200

4 WINDOWS REVISED

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

5 SECOND & THIRD FLOOR

IBR roof sheeting 6 COLUMNS CAPPING DET
ROOF LOWERED BY 1200
IBR roof sheeting on steel angle purlins fixed on steel angle IBR roof sheeting on steel angle purlins fixed on steel angle
NEW SLAB OVER STAIRC
cleats weld fixed @ 2400 ctrs to steel Engineered roof trusses cleats weld fixed @ 2400 ctrs to steel Engineered roof trusses
bolt fixed down to concrete slab @ 3600 ctrs with steel plate bolt fixed down to concrete slab @ 3600 ctrs with steel plate 7 GLASS BRICKS & FACAD
& web - all to Structural Engineers' details. & web - all to Structural Engineers' details.

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

8 D18 INTRODUCED FOR V

65.810 Suspended ceiling Suspended ceiling W22 W21 glass blocks 65.810
65.610 D2 IBR roof sheeting W21 65.610
65.010 Suspended ceiling W7 W7 W7 W7 D3 W21 65.010
W7 W7 W17 gypsum plaster to b/work W22 W1 W1
62.050 W30B FEMALE LOBBY W7 steel barge-board W7 FUTURE BRIDGE BRIDGE v-joints - Marmoran plaster 62.050
61.810 W30A TOILET whb's PASSAGE W7 W7 W14 61.810
60.610 W30A D10 D7 W7 50.460 W22 60.610
58.210 v-joints - Marmoran plaster 58.210
57.410 rc slab & beams to S.E details W7 W1 W1 57.410
56.810 56.810
54.450 Suspended ceiling COURTYARD 2 W7 rc slab & beams to S.E details D3 ramp 54.450
53.610 W7 D2 Suspended ceiling 53.610
53.010 FEMALE LOBBY RECEPTION
50.650 TOILET whb's PASSAGE rc slab & beams to S.E details W17 gypsum plaster to b/work Gypsum plaster. 53.010
D10 D7 BASEMENT PARKING 50.650
46.360 Woodfloat plaster. 50.350
rc slab & beams to S.E details IBR roof sheeting on steel angle purlins fixed on steel angle glass blocks
46.360 46.360
rc slab & beams to S.E details cleats weld fixed @ 2400 ctrs to steel Engineered roof trusses Fibreglass transluscent roof sheeting Suspended ceiling
D2 Suspended ceiling bolt fixed down to concrete slab @ 3600 ctrs with steel plate on 50mm Ø steel tube purlins bolt fixed to
Suspended ceiling W7 & web - all to Structural Engineers' details. ms angle cleat welded to 100mm Ø steel tube rafters. D3
CHAIRMAN
LOBBY W17 gypsum plaster to b/work gsi flashing
PASSAGE
FEMALE 54.450 BRIDGE
TOILET whb's
D10 D7

54.450

Staircase to S/Engineers' FOYER GYMNASIUM
details. 250mm treads Gypsum plaster. Gypsum plaster
172.73 risers
D9
Suspended ceiling W7 Suspended ceiling D8 W14 W20 W1 W1 W1
Gypsum plaster. rc slab & beams to S.E details 50.565 ms balustrade
FEMALE LOBBY ms balustrade D3 D9 ATRIUM counter RECEPTION to detail
TOILET PASSAGE to detail 46.360 Gypsum plaster to detail Gypsum plaster.
whb's D10 D7
ms balustrade 50.650
to detail 50.650

48.900 D15 landing 2.40m high Designed: V. A.
g.i grating Roller shutter door
over channel 2.40m high Staircase to S/Engineers' BASEMENT PARKING D18 Marmoran plaster
Roller shutter door details. 250mm treads Woodfloat plaster
2.40m high
178.75 risers Roller shutter door

ramp D15 Drawn: L. M.
g.i grating.
46.360 over channel

Checked: V. A.

TO SUMP All sub-structure to Structural Engineer's details All sub-structure to Structural Engineer's details TO SUMP 54 structure & designDate:MARCH

SECTION 05 Scale: 1:100

SCALE 1:100

Drwg. No. A463/1

ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRIAL PROFILE

Flush

Doors

In TIMB Project: Fabrication and installation of steel
balustrades and handrails.

CONSTRUCTION OF
BUILDINGS AND HOUSES

CONSTRUCTION OF

itizen Construction CompanyyCitizen Construction Compan(Pvt) Ltd(Pvt) Ltd ROADS AND BRIDGES
RENOVATIONS OF BUILDINGS

P.O Room 212-2 Floor Manica House, 80 Robert Mugabe Road, CONSTRUCTION OF
STEEL STRUCTURES
ShopP.NORoBoo. xo26m007852-,21H20a-8r2a,reL,FoTleonl:og7rc49hM1e3a8nn/9iP,cFlaaaxzH:a7o4u91s3e9,,E8-m0aRil:[email protected],o.com
BoxB6e0l8v5e,dHearera, rHea, rTaerle: 749138/9, Fax: 749139, E-mail: [email protected] PLUMBING WORKS

P.o.box 6085, Harare

Cell: +263 731 096 855, +263 771 423 108 ELECTRICAL WORKS
Email: [email protected] PAINTING WORKS

Workshop No. 6565

Westlea Industrial Area, Harare EARTH MOVING

SCOTIA STEEL (PVT) LTD

SCOTIA STEEL AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES OFFER THE FOLLOWING 22 Douglas Road, Workington,
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES: Harare, Zimbabwe

Scotia Steel and Roofing P.o. Box St420, Southerton, Harare, Zimbabwe

• Fabrication & erection of structural steelworks Contact Person: Mr Joel Manase, General Manager
• Installation of roof coverings and claddings in IBR, Klip-Lock & asbestos TEL: +263 4 755680/9; +263 4 755683

cement sheeting MOBILE: +263 712 744656/ +263 773266320
• Fabrication & installation of gutters FAX: +263 4 755682
• Maintenance of leaking roofs & gutter installations
• Civil engineering and building construction works Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
JAK Engineering [email protected]

• Formwork & scaffolding manufacturing
• Fabrication & installation of security screens, staircases, balustrades, pool fences

and handrails
• Cutting, bending and rolling of metal plates/sheets
• Manufacture of HD bolts and gratings
• Manufacture of bullbars, antiroll bars and towbars
• Manufacture of ploughshares and window frames

JAK Hire

• Hiring out of formwork & scaffolding materials
• Supply & erection of formwork & scaffolding

SOME OF OUR PROJECTS
Construction of TIMB Head Offices > Steelworks & Roof Coverings TIMB 2016
Construction of a GMC Foundation warehouse > Steelworks, roof claddings &
coverings and concrete bases - Mazowe 2015
Construction of a church Auditorium > Steelworks and Roof Coverings - Methodist
Church in Zimbabwe Borrowdale 2014

ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRIAL PROFILE One of the solutions was to set the main entrance recessed
back from the road to help avoid congestion and make vehicle
and pedestrian access to the complex easier. There is some
off street parking at the front of the building but there’s also
ample parking accessible in the extensive basement. The
basement is approximately 3,300 square metres so there is
sufficient space available. Because the water table in this area
is so close to the surface excavating the basement was not
simple – bilge/ dewatering pumps had to be kept running 24
hours a day to allow the building process to proceed. A porous
pipeline was installed 3 metres underground to help channel the
water away. The builders had to completely waterproof and seal
the underground structure to prevent any unwanted seepage.
Even now that construction is complete the pumps are still
operational, however they are coping perfectly even with the very
heavy rains we have experienced recently which have caused
other less well designed buildings to flood.

04 03 02 01 ARCHITECTS
MUTUMWAPAVI C.R. VENGESAYI B.ARCH. (IDAHO), USA M.I.A.Z
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 111 KWAME NKRUMAH CNR 4TH ST. P.O. BOX 5000.HARARE ZIMBABWE, TEL: 263-4-702384,702385,703483, 703487,
790592, FAX: 263-4-792432 TELEX 26089 VENGSY ZW, email : < vengarch @ comone.co.zw >HARARE ZIMBABWE
Retaining wall to
NOTES:
A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 W23 W23 W23 W23 to S.E details W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1
FHR # Do not scale off drawing, use figured dimensions only
# All dimensions to be checked on site and any
W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 Retaining wall to S.E details Concrete kerb
SUMP FHR Concrete kerb discrepancies reported to the Architect.
island FHR Concrete kerbisland Concrete kerb # This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and may
46.510 SUMP Concrete kerb46.510
Concrete kerb D16 not be used, copied or reproduced except with the
W23 Concrete kerb FHR 49 written permission of the same.
32
Concrete kerb FHR island PROJECT:
46.510
W23 50 STORAGE 1 landing PROPOSED T.I.M.B
grano 12 OFFICES ON LOT 2
Retaining wall to 6543 46.360 WILLOWVALE - HARARE
FHR 13 11
2.40m high 14 10 CLIENT:
Roller shutter door 15 9 TOBACCO INDUSTRY &
16 8 MARKETING BOARD
D18 17 7
FHR 18 6 DESCRIPTION:
19 5
21 20 4
island 21 3
46.510 22 2
23 1
24
Retaining wall to S.E details
to S.E details parking bays 46.360
grano
W23 31 STORAGE 2 Staircase to S/Engineers'
30 details. 250mm treads
29 33 34 35 36 37 38 grano 41 42 43 44 45 46 island 47 48 178.75 risers
28 46.360 60 59 island
parking bays 46.510
W23 island grano 46.510
46.510 46.360 52 51

lift 87
Concrete kerb
Concrete kerb D2

Concrete kerb
island -3.650 FFL
46.510
66 65 64 63 62 58 57 56 55 54 53 K L MN P Q R T BASEMENT PLAN
61
parking bays
FHR grano
D7 46.360

05 Retaining wall to S.E details 24 46.360 CONCRETE KERB FHR REVISION
CONCRETE KERB 1 23 2.40m high CONCRETE KERB ramp 05
2 22 Roller shutter door grano
CONCRETE KERB 3 21
4 20 D15
5 19 rainwater drainage channel
6 18
7 17
8 16
9 15
10 14
11 13
l12anding

48.900 FRL ramp 2.40m high D7 Staircase to S/Engineers' 50.350 FRL E
grano Roller shutter door island details. 250mm treads
46.510
D15 178.75 risers
46.360

item description remark

D2 1 LEVELS REVISED - FORMAT OF LEVELS REVISED

FHR A BC DE F GHJ 2 STAIRCASE ADDED IN BASEMENT

W23 W23 STORAGE 3 27 parking bays 3 LIFT SHAFT ENLARGED
grano SUMP grano
46.360 46.360

26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 4 CONCRETE KERBING ADDED ON RAMPS

5 CONCRETE KERBING ON GRID 52 AND F1
EXTENDED TO WALL.
FHR

W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 W23 6 D16 INTO STORAGE SPACE CHANGED TO D18 WHICH IS A
ROLLER SHUTTER DOOR FOR VEHICULAR ACCESS..
W23 W23 W23 W23 Retaining wall to S.E details

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

BASEMENT PLAN

SCALE 1:100

Designed: V. A.

Drawn: L. M.

04 03 02 01 Checked: V. A.

Date: 10 MARCH 2015

Scale: 1:100

Drwg. No. A463/10/169/WD04 REV E

04 03 02 01 ARCHITECTS
MUTUMWAPAVI C.R. VENGESAYI B.ARCH. (IDAHO), USA M.I.A.Z

111 KWAME NKRUMAH CNR 4TH ST. P.O. BOX 5000.HARARE ZIMBABWE, TEL: 263-4-702384,702385,703483, 703487,
790592, FAX: 263-4-792432 TELEX 26089 VENGSY ZW, email : < vengarch @ comone.co.zw >HARARE ZIMBABWE

NOTES:

# Do not scale off drawing, use figured dimensions only
# All dimensions to be checked on site and any

discrepancies reported to the Architect.
# This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and may

not be used, copied or reproduced except with the
written permission of the same.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

TO MUNICIPAL SEWER- SEE SITE PLAN ENCASE DRAIN IN CONCRETE UNDER ROAD MH PROJECT:
100MM Ø PVC SEWER PIPE LAID TO FALL 1:150
rw T.I.M.B OFFICES ON LOT 2
WILLOWVALE - HARARE
A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 grease rw ab stormwater channel ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 ab W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1
trap ab g W9 brick fins FILING (REGISTRATION)
FILING Porcelain Tiles CHIEF TECHNICAL
W4 ab 2 way (TECHNICAL OFFICER
D13 vent cap SERVICES) Porcelain Tiles
50mm Ø pvc spouts @ 2400ctrs W10 g Porcelain Tiles W4 ab
g s/s sink heavy duty stoves/s sink
w/top
brick wall balustrade to detail SCULLERY ms gate W8 wc dry partition dry partition
Porcelain Tiles ab ab dry partition
2400ctrs PATIO W8 W8 ab ab W8 g W8 W8 ab whb
350 x 350 Terracotta tiles (Code: VIB 70351A) D2
on sand cement screed laid to fall on dry partition
CENTRAL PLAZA Ø pvc spouts @ Permashop waterproofing torched onto slab planter w/top KITCHEN D2 WC GENERAL OFFICE INSPECTOR
50mm 50.565 FFL ab W4 Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles
KITCHEN BACKYARD c.t 50.650 FFL
Rofo Porcelain Tiles
rw Drain 50.650 FFL gwai quarry tiles shwr ab W4
50.565 FFL

ab W5 ab W1 ab W1 W1 ab ab stormwater channel ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab W1 ab W5 ab W35 veg sink D13 glass partition FHR CLIENT:
W1 W1 ab ab ab W7 TOBACCO INDUSTRY &
W35 MARKETING BOARD
W35 W35
LANDSCAPING W35 w/top ab W7 ab ab Hammered monolithic grano ab ab W7 ab whbsFEMALE wc wc svp g W6 ie ie W6 g ie DESCRIPTION:
W35 fall bench TOILET
W1 ab 600MM Ø rc column (6mm white stone in sand cement, hammered after
to S.E. details W35 W35 Porcelain Tiles
W35 bench Permashop waterproofing on slab throughout
W35 COURTYARD 1 lDo1b0 by
dry partition dry partition W35 hood hammered monolithic grano W11 Cer tiles brick fins
dry partition dry partition whbs 50.460 FSL
dry partition 50.650 FFL D11
W5 Porcelain Tiles
GENERAL OFFICE 7 GENERAL OFFICE 6 GENERAL OFFICE 5 GENERAL OFFICE 3 GENERAL OFFICE 2 GENERAL OFFICE 1 STOP ORDER lobby D11 wc wc
Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Cer tiles
W4 ab w/top
D2 W12 fall 1 hour fire rated door D10
D4 without fanlight
ab ab W1 1 hour fire rated door 1 hour fire rated door SUPERVISOR 50.565 FFL ab ab D7 MALE D4A rw
without fanlight without fanlight Terracotta Tiles GLASS BLOCKS TOILET staircase no. 6
biametrics scanner by specialist fall fall on 230 wall whbs glass blocks
D3 22 D3
21 1 Porcelain Tiles
fall fall 20 2 ur
glass partition D9 fall fall 19 3
PASSAGE 18 4 fulbore outlet landing FHR 50.650 FFL
Porcelain Tiles fall fall 17 5 Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles
16 6 1112 12 22
glass partition 15 7 13 11 21 1
14 8 14 10 20 2
13 9 15 9 19 3
12 10 16 8 18 4
landin 1g1 17 7 17 5
Terracotta Tiles 18 6 16 6
D3 staircase no. 5 19 5 50.565 FFL 15 7
20 4 Porcelain Tiles 14 8
firewall by specialist W4 W4 PATIO counter to detail FEMALE whb whb lobby 21 3 1 hour fire rated door 13 9
servery P50o.r6c5e0laFinFTLiles D10 22 2 without fanlight 12 10
D7 1 hour fire rated door dry partition 350 x 350 Terracotta tiles (Code: VIB 70351A) Porcelain Tiles 23 1
without fanlight dry partition on sand cement screed laid to fall on D11 24 D7 11
Permashop waterproofing torched onto slab w/top 1 hour fire rated door landing
glass partition 50.565 FFL FHR without fanlight Porcelain Tiles

concrete ramp to S.E details firewall by specialist D7 CANTEEN Staircase to S/Engineers' GENERAL OFFICE D7
Porcelain Tiles details. 250mm treads Porcelain Tiles D4A
50.650 FFL 172.73 risers 50.650 FFL
W1 COLD ROOM FHR Staircase to S/Engineers' ab W4 ab Staircase to S/Engineers' glass blocks
50.650 FFL D2 DRY STORE ab fall details. 250mm treads details. 250mm treads
Fireproof wall by specialist firewall by specialist firewall by specialist ORDERLIES W14 W14 wc wc 178.75 risers 172.73 risers
firewall by specialist Porcelain Tiles D8 D6 D6
dry partition D12 MALE fall
lift Porcelain Tiles
SERVER ROOM FINANCE / I.T OFFICE 2 I.T OFFICE 3 I.T MANAGER FHR 50.650 FFL D11 W11 W11
Porcelain Tiles ADMINISRATION Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles whb whb
ab W1 STORE 50.650 FFL RECEPTION ur ur lobby
Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles D10 W4

brick column brick column bench bench

Porcelain Tiles 1 hour fire rated door remove window - brick up
without fanlight and make good all round
Permashop waterproofing on slab throughout
D7
landing Fireproof wall by specialist FHR ab ab ab ab W29 W29 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab ab
D4A ab W7
DUgCT new remove walls ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab landing W7 ab RC BEAM OVER FHR
Bic bench Terracotta Tiles
W30A ramp Hammered monolithic grano 11
(6mm white stone in sand cement, hammered after 10 12 glass partition
Permashop waterproofing on slab throughout bench 9 13
8 14
landing 11 LOBBY COURTYARD 2 7 15 W4
Porcelain Tiles 10 12 Porcelain Tiles hammered monolithic grano 6 16
9 13 50.460 FSL 5 17
8 14 D2 4 18
7 15 1 hour fire rated door 3 19
6 16 D7 without fanlight 2 20
5 17 1 21

4 18 22
3 19 50.565 FFL
2 20 Terracotta Tiles
1 21
D7
22 D9 staircase no. 2 D3
Porcelain Tiles
staircase no. 3 D5 D5
D8
W30A FHR stormwater pipe under slab' GYMNASIUM ATRIUM glass partition REGISTRATION OFFICE REGISTRATION SUPERVISOR GROUND FLOOR PLAN
Staircase to S/Engineers' TOBACCO INDUSTRY & MARKETING BOARD D4 Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles
details. 250mm treads MALE ur fall fall Porcelain Tiles 50.650 FFL dry partition
TOILET whbs 50.650 FFL 50.650 FFL ab W4
172.73 risers Porcelain Tiles
svp fall D2 omit 2100 High screen wall
1 hour fire rated door D10
rw W6 D7 without fanlight PASSAGE Staircase to S/Engineers' ab ab staircase no. 1 FHR D4 W23 W23 W20
RAMP 1 hour fire rated ab ab details. 250mm treads D7 D7 D11 podium
05 D10 172.73 risers 50.800 FFL RECEPTION
TO MUNICIPAL SEWER- SEE SITE PLAN FHR Staircase to S/Engineers' Porcelain Tiles
D10 fulbore outlet 24details. 250mm treads LECTURE HALL 50.650 FFL
178.75 risers Porcelain Tiles
D11 1 23 lockers 50.650 FFL whbs ab W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 ab ab ab REVISION
2 22CCTV D17 D10 W1 W1 W1 05
3 21Porcelain Tiles lockers D10
4 20 D2
5 19 whbs
6 18 lobby
7 17 MALE D6 D11 lobby lobby D11 D2
8 16 Cer Tiles Cer Tiles
9 15 CHANGE ROOM wc S
10 14
11 13
12
landing
Porcelain Tiles

road brick fins whbs D19 omit 2100 High screen wall white pebbles mHs abmalmusetrraeddemtoondoelittahiilc grano ramp down into basement parking 50.350 FRL
48.900 FRL W6 D11 Create opening D11
disabled wc fall fall stormwater pipe under slab' for new door Porcelain Tiles 22
suite D10 21 1
FEMALE whb svp rw ur ur 20 2
TOILET shr 19 3
Porcelain Tiles ie LIBRARY FEMALE MALE 18 4 brick kerb
W27 Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles 17 5
g wc 16 6
ab W5 shr g D6 Stair to Machine Room above reception 15 7
glass partition INFORMATION counter to detail 14 8
W5 W5 W27 g shr OFFICER 13 9 retaining wal to S.Engs detailsl item description remark
g Porcelain Tiles 12 10 Mondo grass by specialist
shr FEMALE wc wc wc wc wc wc 50.565 FFL 1 LEVELS REVISED - FORMAT OF LEVELS REVISED
11 W25 ab W24 ab D1 ab W2 WALKWAY
bench Permashop waterproofing on slab throughout rw CHANGE ROOM Terracotta tiles 900MM Ø rc columns to S.E. details
W7 50.565 FFL Hammered monolithic grano
Porcelain Tiles

ab ab ab W7 ab ab ab ab W7 ab ab W7 W27 whb ASSISTANT ie g ie ie ur ie ie g svp D17
MARKET rw
INFORMATION DUCT
OFFICER
PASSAGE FHR FALL W27 D3 2 STAIRCASE ADDED - FROM BASEMENT
Porcelain Tiles glass partition Porcelain Tiles
ab 50.650 FFL

dry partition BREAKAWAY
350 x 350 Terracotta tiles (Code: VIB 70351A)
W1 on sand cement screed laid to fall on ab D2
Permashop waterproofing torched onto slab W4
3 LIFT SHAFT ENLARGED

dry partition ACCOUNTS CLERK dry wall partition dry partition W4 glass blocks
Porcelain Tiles dry partition

W5
ACCOUNTANT INTERNAL AUDITOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER PABX 110mm Ø pvc rwdp W4 ab Porcelain Tiles 4 LIFT SHAFT ENLARGED
Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles ab
ab W1 50.650 FFL W4 W3 brick kerb
SAMPLE ROOM DISPLAY LIFT LOBBY landing white pebbles
Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles staircase no. 4 STORMWATER CHANNEL ALONG TOILETS REMOVED
Porcelain Tiles 5 EXTERNAL AREA LAID TO FALL - RAMP ADDED
W4 50.650 FFL D2 Staircase to S/Engineers'
TO DRAIN RUNNING UNDER CHANNEL.
RAMP New ms balustrade to detail details. 250mm treads 172.73 risers
stormwater channel T3
W4 rwdp glass blocks 6 FLOWER BOX POSITIONS SHOWN IN COURTYARDS
ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab
stormwater channel
110mm Ø pvc rwdp W4 ab

W4 lift 7 1) LIFT ADDED IN OFFICE WING, COLUMNS ADDED
W4
W4 D2 TO STAIRCASE, 2) RAMP ADDED - EXEC WING
110mm Ø pvc rwdp PREPARATION
Porcelain Tiles FHR STAIRCASE EXTERNALLY.

W4 8 ALL STAIRCASE LANDINGS EXTENDED BY 1200.

100MM Ø PVC SEWER PIPE LAID TO FALL 1:150 MH W4 ab
W4
W4 ab
110mm Ø pvc rwdp W4 W4 ab ab W4 ab ab CERAMIC FLOOR TILES REMOVED FOR PORCERLAIN -
9 MATCHING WITH REVISED FINISHES SCHEDULE &
rw
FLOOR TILE LAYOUT.

10 PARTITIONS REVISED TO SUIT ELECTRICALS, DRY PARTITIONS
REPLACING GLASS PARTITIONS WHERE NECESSARY.

11 PARTITIONS REVISED TO MATCH CEILING GRID AND ELECTRICALS

12 NEW FIREWALLS AND FIRE DOORS INTRODUCED
16-9-2014 GLASS BRICKS ADDED ON STAIRCASE NO. 6
COURTYARD FINISHES REVISED
STEPS ONTO PATIO ADDED

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 13 FINANCE / ADMINISTRATION STORE CHANGED TO SERVER ROOM
16-10-2014 FIRE WALLS AND FIRE DOORS INTRODUCED
GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCREEN WALL REMOVED
14
SCALE 1:100 11-11-2014 GLASS BRICKS RELOCATED ON STAIRCASE 4 & 6
CONCRETE RAMP ON STAIRCASE 3 REVISED
115 BRICK WALL ADDED FOR DISABLED TOILE FITTINGS.

15 CANTEEN WINDOWS REVISED
12-12-2014

16 ENTRANCE WALKWAY REVISED
19-02-2015 COURTYARD 1 FALLS REVISED - 2 FULBORES SHOWN

17 BREAKAWAY INTRODUCED - STEEL BALUSTRADE SHOWN
16-04-2015 NEW DOOR 19 ADDED

T.I.M.B LOGO BY SPECIALIST IN BOTH COURTYARDS

18 RAMP REVISED - EXECUTIVE WING
2-07-2015

glazed partition OFFICE 19 LOGO IN COURTYARDS REVISED
2-09-2015

CORRIDOR 13mm thick gypsum board for painting with white 20 NORTH WING GROUND FLOOR RECEPTION - ABLUTIONS ADDED
Dulux Acrylic paint as on brick walls 8-10-2015 (STOP ORDER AREA)

dry partition

gloapzeenidndgoionr light switch - Designed: V. A.
conduit in cavity

OFFICE

Drawn: L. M.

DRY WALL PARTITION Checked: V. A.

SCALE 1:10

04 03 02 01 Date: 8 OCTOBER 2015

Scale: 1:100

Drwg. No. A463/10/169/WD02 REV S

58 structure & design

Another challenge experienced during rather severe frontage. The front is open space. Much of the structure of
construction was that it was not easy further broken up by horizontal bands the roof support is exposed here giving
to provide access for a crane and of darker grey Ulabond (sometimes a contemporary ‘industrial chic’ look
other heavy machinery because of called Alucobond) metal cladding, to what would otherwise be a harsh or
the surrounding buildings. A series which also masks the front edges of even brutal facade.
of purpose built wooden ramps the concrete slabs. To the eastern
allowed materials to be carried up side of the building, there is a ramp
the construction site by hand. The providing access to the basement
reinforced concrete structure was parking, as well as the pedestrian
then cast in-situ using scaffolding access to the public reception area.
and extensive formwork – laborious The solid curved roof extends over
and tedious but ultimately the only the access way, but here it is made of
workable solution. green translucent roof sheets, which
soar above the walkway. A circular cut
The front facade of the building, out pierces the roof allowing a beam
which faces onto Gleneagles Road, of sunshine through when the sun is
is impressive and imposing. It overhead, and creating an interesting
gives the impression of strength play of light and shadow as the sun
and dependability while still being moves. Here the roof is supported by
aesthetically pleasing. It’s almost, but a series of three tall narrow concrete
not quite, symmetrical with two large columns topped by spread out fingers
blocks of square windows softened of slim steel tubes. The building was
and separated by a curved central initially planned to be just two floors
staircase column. The central column but part way into the construction it
is connected to the two side sections was decided to add two additional
by a series of six dark grey steel storeys. The extra height above the
pipes. These are purely decorative main entrance walkway makes the
and help break up an otherwise roof appear to float elegantly over the

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 111 KWAME NKRUMAH CNR 4TH ST. P.O. BOX 5000.HARARE ZIMBABWE, TEL: 263-4-702384,702385,703483, 703487,
790592, FAX: 263-4-792432 TELEX 26089 VENGSY ZW, email : < vengarch @ comone.co.zw >HARARE ZIMBABWE
A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 ms balustrade to detail ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1
landing NOTES:
Porcelain Tiles ab dry partition
W19 ab # Do not scale off drawing, use figured dimensions only
bench # All dimensions to be checked on site and any

fulbore outlet dry partition dry partition discrepancies reported to the Architect.
dry partition # This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and may
ROOF DECK D5 SENIOR INSPECTORS GENERAL OFFICE 4 INSPECTORS LOAN ANALYST GENERAL OFFICE 3
hammered monolithic grano Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles not be used, copied or reproduced except with the
100mm Ø pvc spout P3 54.365 FFL 54.450 FFL written permission of the same.
+3.655 FFL @ lowest oint
Highest point PROJECT:

50mm Ø pvc spouts @ 2400ctrs 50mm Ø pvc spouts @ 2400ctrs 54.265 FSL (STRUCTURAL) T.I.M.B OFFICES ON LOT 2
ms balustrade to detail ms balustrade to detail WILLOWVALE - HARARE
100mm Ø pvc spout Glass Partition wall PASSAGE Glass Partition wall
W1 ab ab W1 ab ab CLIENT:
ab W5 ab W1 ab svp ab W1 ab W5 ab ms balustrade to detail ab ab Porcelain Tiles FHR W6 DUCT W6 ab TOBACCO INDUSTRY &
Hammered monolithic granfuolbore outlet brick fins MARKETING BOARD
W5 ab (6mm w+h4it.e50s0toFnFeLin(LsOanWdEcSeTmPenOtI,NhTa)mmered after D13 new rc beam - 2100 u/s ab W7 W7 ab ab W7 ab FEMALE whbs wc wc wc wc ab
4 days of strength) on Permashop waterproofing on slab PASSAGE W11 TOILET DESCRIPTION:
Remove W5 for new sliding door ab fulbore outlet new dry partition Porcelain Tiles 300mm Ø ms tubeW20
D14 bench for painting with corporate colour -
BAR BALCONY wcW5 (Obscure glass) D14 ROOF BELOW (conc slab) steps create opening D2 W11 ab W11 lPDoo1rb0ceblaiyn TilDes11 2 coats epoxy paint on 1 undercoat
Porcelain Tiles D3 Terracotta Tiles waste water 300 tread & relocate D2 lPoorbceblaiyn TileDs11
54.450 FFL 54.365 FFL BATHRD1'0Mpipes in ceiling BALCONY 55.110 FSL - STRUCTURAL 169 riser D10
Porcelain tilesbelowwhb Terracotta Tiles 55.210 FFL - HIGHEST POINT
dry partition W1 ab ab shower CHIEF 54.365 FFL 100mm Ø pvc spout 100mm Ø pvc spout 1 hour fire rated door MALE
ab EXECUTIVE ms balustrade to detail without fanlight TOILET
OFFICER mild steell Porcelain Tiles
bic Porcelain Tiles fulbore outlet fulbore outlet balustrade D7 whbs
ur
300 xf3u0lb0oTreeroruatcleottta tiles ab ab W28 landing ab to detail
T5e4r.r3a6c5ottFaFLTiles
ab W1 ab ab W1 TOBACCO INDUSTRY & MARKETING BOARD glass blocks
22
D3 INPUT CLERKS 21 1 VOID OVER COURTYARD BALCONY FHR landing
dry partition Porcelain Tiles 20 2 Terracotta Tiles Porcelain Tiles
dry partition 54.450 FFL 19 3 54.365 FFL 54.450 FFL
18 4
dry partition 17 5 22
16 6 21 1
15 7 20 2
14 8 19 3
13 9 18 4
12 10 17 5
16 6
11 15 7
landing 14 8
Terracotta Tiles 13 9
D3 staircase no. 5 12 10
landin 1g1
Staircase to S/Engineers' Porcelain Tiles
ab ab ab ab details. 250mm treads staircase no. 6
172.73 risers
dry partition D3 1 hour fire rated door D7
without fanlight

dry partition BOARDROOM FILING P.ATO C.E.O brick wall balustrade Hammered monolithic grano FHR glass blocks
Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles to detail (6mm white stone in sand cement, hammered after ab
54.450 FFL 4 days of strength) on Permashop waterproofing on slab bench
dry partition W7 W4 Staircase to S/Engineers'

details. 250mm treads
172.73 risers
W28 D7 GENERAL OFFICE 2 W29 W29
1 hour fire rated door ab
landing WAITING AREA without fanlight Porcelain Tiles
5P4o.r4c5el0aiFnFTLiles ab W16 Porcelain Tiles 54.450 FFL 300mm Ø ms tube
KITCHEN dry partition W11 for painting with corporate colour -
Porcelain Tiles 2 coats epoxy paint on 1 undercoat
Glass Partition wall CONCRETE GUTTER BEAM
s/s sink FHR
Staircase to S/Engineers' 1 hour fire rated door PASSAGE 1 hour fire rated door lift FHR ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab W20
details. 250mm treads LOBBY without fanlight Porcelain Tiles W7 without fanlight D2
172.73 risers Porcelain Tiles W7 D7 ab ab RC BEAM OVER D7
D7 CREDIT & ADMIN MANAGER
W30A Permashop waterproofing on slab throughout Porcelain Tiles
DUCT W7 bench PASSAGE FHR
staircase no. 3 Porcelain Tiles
Fibreglass transluscent roof sheeting Glass Partition wall
on 50mm Ø steel tube purlins bolt fixed to
landing staircase no. 2 D3 ms angle cleat welded to 140mm Ø steel tube rafters. Glass Partition wall
Terracotta Tiles
1 hour fire rated door D7 D2 FHR W5 W5 11 VOID FILING ROOM (TIS) LOBBY GENERAL OFFICE 1 dry partition INPUTS ADMIN OFFICER dry partition FIRST FLOOR PLAN
without fanlight 10 12 Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles ab W21
whbs 9 13 54.450 FFL
ur 8 14
MALE 7 15
TOILET 6 16
Porcelain Tiles 5 17
54.450 FFL 4 18
3 19
D11 2 20
1 21
landing 22
5T4e.rr3a6c5otFtFaLTiles
ms balustrade
to detail

W30A 1 hour fire rated door Staircase to S/Engineers' D7
without fanlight details. 250mm treads 1 hour fire rated door
D7 without fanlight
W6 D10 VOID OVER COURTYARD 172.73 risers
disabled D10
suite ab ab ab D3 REVISION
W2 ab
05 W22 ab P

05 brick fins DUCT disabled 05
suite wc
05 W6 whbs CHAIRMAN
D11 Porcelain Tiles
60 structure & design FEMALE W17
TOILET
Porcelain Tiles ab ab W5 W26 ab item description remark

VOID BRIDGE VOID 1 LEVELS REVISED - FORMAT OF LEVELS REVISED
Porcelain Tiles
ROOF BELOW (ibr) 54.450 FFL

ab ab W7 W7 W7 W7 W24 ab

dry partition 2 BALCONY REVISED - COURTYARD 1

Porcelain Tiles FHR BALCONY
Glass Partition wall
Terracotta Tiles
54.365 FFL W25 ab 3 LIFT SHAFT ENLARGED

W1

dry partition dry partition D14 Staircase to S/Engineers' glass blocks 4 FLOWER BOXES SHOWN ON ROOF DECK OVER
dry partition details. 250mm treads CANTEEN AND BOARDROOM BALCONY.
ab W1 FINANCE & COMMITEE ROOM 1 COMMITEE ROOM 2 TECHNICAL SERVICES EXECUTIVE brick wall balustrade 172.73 risers 22
ADMIN EXECUTVE Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles to detail 21 1 5 1) LIFT ADDED IN OFFICE WING,
Porcelain Tiles 54.450 FFL ab 20 2 TO STAIRCASE, 2) RAMP ADDED - EXEC WING
Porcelain Tiles 54.450 FFL 19 3
18 4 STAIRCASE EXTERNALLY.
ab 17 5
16 6 6 ALL STAIRCASE LANDINGS EXTENDED BY 1200.
15 7
14 8
13 9
12 10

11
landing
Porcelain Tiles
staircase no. 4

ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab rwdp glass blocks

lift LIFT LOBBY W32 7 CERAMIC FLOOR TILES REMOVED FOR PORCERLAIN -
Porcelain Tiles MATCHING WITH REVISED FINISHES SCHEDULE.

54.365 FFL

W31 8 PARTITIONS REVISED TO SUIT ELECTRICALS, DRY PARTITIONS
REPLACING GLASS PARTITIONS WHERE NECESSARY.

9 PARTITIONS REVISED TO MATCH CEILING GRID AND ELECTRICALS

10 NEW FIREWALLS AND FIRE DOORS INTRODUCED
16-9-2014 GLASS BRICKS ADDED ON STAIRCASE NO. 6
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER BATHROOM ADDED
ROOF DECK OVER CANTEEN FINISHES REVISED

11 SERVER ROOM REMOVED, NOW IN GROUND FLOOR
16-10-2014 SCREEN WALL REMOVED

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 12 GLASS BRICKS RELOCATED ON STAIRCASE 4 & 6
11-11-2014 FACADE STEEL WORK AT STAIRCASE 6 ADDED.
115 BRICK WALL ADDED FOR DISABLED TOILE FITTINGS.
13 STEEL BALUSTRADE TO REPLACE BRICK BALUSTRADE ON
19-02-2015 BOARDROOM
STEEL BALUSTRADES ON ROOF DECKS
DOOR ADDED ON PA / CEO PARTITION

FIRST FLOOR PLAN 14 BAR W5 REMOVED FOR NEW SLIDING DOOR - D14 ONTO BALCONY
10-04-2015
SCALE 1:100
9 LOGO ON CANTEEN ROOF DECK REVISED
2-9-2015

W7

glazed partition OFFICE EFG SERVER 12.5mm gypsum board for painting with white
dry wall partition Dulux Acrylic paint as on brick walls
12.5mm thick gypsum board for painting with white dry wall partition
CORRIDOR Dulux Acrylic paint as on brick walls SERVER Ali channel Ali capping
COMMITEE ROOM 1Porcelain Tiles W7
Porcelain Tiles 16mm alcolite board in Ali channel
dry wall partition to coincide with frame
dry wall partition (from cill to window head)
cavity
glazing glazing

glazed door light switch - ab ab W7 precast concrete window cill externally Designed: V. A.
opening in conduit in cavity 78 9

OFFICE

04 03 DRY WALL PARTITION 02 DRY WALL PARTITION 01 Drawn: L. M.
AT WINDOW FRAME
SCALE 1:10 Checked: V. A.
SCALE 1:10

W7

Date: 10 APRIL 2015

FIRST FLOOR PLAN Scale: 1:100

SCALE 1:100

Drwg. No.A R AC46H3/10I /1T69/EWDC03TRESV P

MUTUMWAPAVI C.R. VENGESAYI B.ARCH. (IDAHO), USA M.I.A.Z

111 KWAME NKRUMAH CNR 4TH ST. P.O. BOX 5000.HARARE ZIMBABWE, TEL: 263-4-702384,702385,703483, 703487,
790592, FAX: 263-4-792432 TELEX 26089 VENGSY ZW, email : < vengarch @ comone.co.zw >HARARE ZIMBABWE

04 03 02 01

NOTES:

# Do not scale off drawing, use figured dimensions only
# All dimensions to be checked on site and any

discrepancies reported to the Architect.
# This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and may

not be used, copied or reproduced except with the
written permission of the same.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 PROJECT:
landing
Porcelain Tiles T.I.M.B OFFICES ON LOT 2
WILLOWVALE - HARARE

ab W19 ab

W28 DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE
Porcelain Tiles

58.210 FFL

ab W5 ab W1 ab ab W1 ab W5 ab 100mm Ø pvc spout W8 ab FHR ab ab CLIENT:
W7 ab ab 300mm Ø ms tube TOBACCO INDUSTRY &
W5 ab D14 ab fulbore outlet ab W7 ab ab W7 ab whbs whbsFEMALE wc wc wc wc for painting with corporate colour - MARKETING BOARD
W5 BALCONY +4.500 FFL (LOWEST POINT) 1 hour fire rated door TOILET 2 coats epoxy paint on 1 undercoat
Terracotta Tiles D2 D3 staircase no. 5 without fanlight Porcelain Tiles W6 DUCT W6 W20 DESCRIPTION:
58.115 FFL D2 brick fins staircase no. 6
ab W11 PlDoor1cb0elbainyTileDs11
ab PlDoo1r0bceblaiyn TileDs11
W5 FHR
brick wall balustrade W11 ab landing ab W11
to detail 100mm Ø pvc spout ROOF BELOW (conc slab) 100mm Ø pvc spout
fulbore outlet 54.365 FFL
fulbore outlet fulbore outlet Porcelain Tiles mild steell D7 MALE
landing balustrade TOILET
ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 100MM Ø PVC SPOUT ab ab W28 to detail glass blocks
TOBACCO INDUSTRY & MARKETING BOARD
Porcelain Tiles
ur
BALCONY BALCONY
ab ab VOID OVER COURTYARD BELOW Terracotta Tiles FHR W29 W29 landing landing
Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles
ab ab D3

DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE 58.115 FFL 1 hour fire rated door D7
Porcelain Tiles without fanlight

Staircase to S/Engineers' ab Staircase to S/Engineers' glass blocks
details. 250mm treads
W4 W28 D7 details. 250mm treads ab
172.73 risers 1 hour fire rated door 172.73 risers 300mm Ø ms tube
without fanlight for painting with corporate colour -
W16 2 coats epoxy paint on 1 undercoat
W11

Staircase to S/Engineers' W33 ab dry partition dry partition 1 hour fire rated door FHR lift FHR ab ab CONCRETE GUTTER BEAM RC BEAM OVER ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab W20
details. 250mm treads KITCHENETTE withoDu7t fanlight W7 D2 FHR D7
172.73 risers Porcelain Tiles Fibreglass transluscent roof sheeting
DUCT W7 VOID OVER COURTYARD W7 W7 D7 on 50mm Ø steel tube purlins bolt fixed to
W30B s/s sink 1 hour fire rated door ms angle cleat welded to 100mm Ø steel tube rafters.
without fanlight
staircase no. 3 LOBBY
landing Porcelain Tiles D2 landing staircase no. 2 landing Terracotta TilesD3
Terracotta Tiles 54.365 FFL
W5 W5 LOBBY W18 DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE ab W21 SECOND FLOOR PLAN

1 hour fire rated door D7 FHR Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles
without fanlight 58.210 FFL 58.210 FFL

W30B MALE whbs 1 hour fire rated door Staircase to S/Engineers' D7
TOILET ur without fanlight details. 250mm treads 1 hour fire rated door
Porcelain Tiles D7 without fanlight
W6 172.73 risers
disabled
suite ab ab ab reception REVISION
counter to detail
D10 W2 ab W22 ab H
D11 D3

DUCT D10 05

brick fins W6 disabled whbs
suite wc D11
FEMALE W17
TOILET
Porcelain Tiles ab ab W5 W26 ab item description remark
worktop
RECEPTION 1 ALL STAIRCASE LANDINGS EXTENDED BY 1200.
Porcelain Tiles
58.210 FFL 2 KITCHENETTE ADDED - EXECUTIVE WING

ab ab W7 W7 W7 W7 W25 ab W24 ab
FHR
BALCONY
W1 Terracotta Tiles 3 LEVELS SHOWN, D14 REMOVED AT NEW LIFT
58.115 FFL
Staircase to S/Engineers' 4 CERAMIC FLOOR TILES REMOVED FOR PORCERLAIN -
D14 details. 250mm treads MATCHING WITH REVISED FINISHES SCHEDULE &
DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE 172.73 risers glass blocks
Porcelain Tiles brick wall balustrade
to detail FLOOR TILE LAYOUT. W25 CHANGED TO W8
ab
ab W1 landing glass blocks 5 PARTITIONS - TENANT FITOUT
Porcelain Tiles
ab staircase no. 4

ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab rwdp glass blocks 6 NEW FIREWALLS AND FIRE DOORS INTRODUCED
lift 58.210 FFL 16-9-2014 GLASS BRICKS ADDED ON STAIRCASE NO. 6
W32
Porcelain Tiles 7 SCREEN WALL REMOVED
24-10-2014
W31 GLASS BRICKS RELOCATED ON STAIRCASE 4 & 6
8 FACADE STEEL WORK AT STAIRCASE 6 ADDED.
50mm Ø pvc spouts @ 2400ctrs 11-11-2014 115 BRICK WALL ADDED FOR DISABLED TOILE FITTINGS.

9 LOGO ON CANTEEN ROOF DECK REVISED
2-9-2015

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

SCALE 1:100

Designed: V. A.

04 03 02 01 Drawn: V. A.

Checked: V. A.

Date: 2 SEPT 2015

Scale: 1:100

Drwg. No. A463/10/169/WD03 /1 REV HA R C H I T E C T S
MUTUMWAPAVI C.R. VENGESAYI B.ARCH. (IDAHO), USA M.I.A.Z
111 KWAME NKRUMAH CNR 4TH ST. P.O. BOX 5000.HARARE ZIMBABWE, TEL: 263-4-702384,702385,703483, 703487,
790592, FAX: 263-4-792432 TELEX 26089 VENGSY ZW, email : < vengarch @ comone.co.zw >HARARE ZIMBABWE

04 03 02 01

NOTES:

# Do not scale off drawing, use figured dimensions only
# All dimensions to be checked on site and any

discrepancies reported to the Architect.
# This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and may

not be used, copied or reproduced except with the
written permission of the same.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R T U V W X Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 PROJECT:
landing
Porcelain Tiles T.I.M.B OFFICES ON LOT 2
WILLOWVALE - HARARE

ab W8 ab W28 ab DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE W19 ab
Porcelain Tiles
62,050 FFL

ab W5 ab W1 ab ab W1 ab W5 ab 100mm Ø pvc spout FHR ab ab CLIENT:
W7 ab ab 300mm Ø ms tube TOBACCO INDUSTRY &
W5 ab D14 ab fulbore outlet ab W7 ab ab W7 ab FEMALE whbs whbs wc wc wc wc for painting with corporate colour - MARKETING BOARD
W5 BALCONY +4.500 FFL (LOWEST POINT) TOILET 2 coats epoxy paint on 1 undercoat
T61e,r9ra6c5oFttFaLTiles D3 staircase no. 5 1 hour fire rated door Porcelain Tiles W6 DUCT W6 W20 DESCRIPTION:
Staircase to S/Engineers' without fanlight brick fins
ab FHR details. 250mm treads W11 PlDoo1rcb0eblaiyn TileDs11
W11 ab landing ab W11 172.73 risers D7 PlDoo1r0bceblaiyn TileDs11
brick wall balustradelanding W5 100mm Ø pvc spout ROOF BELOW (conc slab) 100mm Ø pvc spout Porcelain Tiles
to detail fulbore outlet T6e1r,r9a6c5ottFaFLTiles MALE
fulbore outlet fulbore outlet landing mild steel TOILET
Terracotta Tiles balustrade Porcelain Tiles
ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 W1 ab ab W1 ab ab W28 to detail glass blocks
ur
100MM Ø PVC SPOUT BALCONY BALCONY
ab ab TOBACCO INDUSTRY & MARKETING BOARD D2 VOID OVER COURTYARD BELOW Terracotta Tiles FHR W29 W29 landing staircase no. 6 landing
D2 Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles
ab ab dry partition 61,965 FFL

DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE 61,965 FFL D3
Porcelain Tiles D7
62,050 FFL
1 hour fire rated door
without fanlight

Porcelain Tiles ab glass blocks
62,050 FFL
W4 Staircase to S/Engineers' ab
W28 D7 300mm Ø ms tube
1 hour fire rated door details. 250mm treads for painting with corporate colour -
W16 without fanlight 172.73 risers 2 coats epoxy paint on 1 undercoat

W11

KITCHENETTE dry partition 1 hour fire rated door FHR 1 hour fire rated door lift FHR CONCRETE GUTTER BEAM W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab W20
Porcelain Tiles without fanlight W7 without fanlight BRIDGE FHR D7
W33 ab ab ab ab 54.450 FFL
s/s sink D7 VOID OVER COURTYARD Porcelain Tiles
D3
Staircase to S/Engineers' DUCTLOBBY W7 W7 W7 D7
details. 250mm treads Porcelain Tiles
W30B 172.73 risers Porcelain Tiles landing D3
landing 61,965 FFL Terracotta Tiles Terracotta Tiles
staircase no. 3 staircase no. 2 61,965 FFL LOBBY DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE THIRD FLOOR PLAN
Porcelain Tiles
W5 W5 Porcelain Tiles
1 hour fire rated door D7 D2 FHR 62,050 FFL ab W21
without fanlight
whbs
W30B MALE ur Staircase to S/Engineers' 12mm plasterboard on top of wall to u/s roof
TOILET details. 250mm treads D7 as fire retardent.
W6 disabled Porcelain Tiles D7 without fanlight
suite 1 hour fire rated door 172.73 risers
D11 without fanlight
ab ab Staircase to S/Engineers' W2 ab W22 ab REVISION H
D10 details. 250mm treads
DUCT 172.73 risers D3 05
D10

brick fins W6 disabled whbs
suite wc D11
FEMALE W17
TOILET
Porcelain Tiles ab ab W5 W26 ab item description remark

VOID BRIDGE VOID 1 ALL STAIRCASE LANDINGS EXTENDED BY 1200.
Porcelain Tiles
2 KITCHENETTE ADDED - EXECUTIVE WING
62,050 FFL

ab ab W7 W7 W7 W7 W25 ab W24 ab
FHR
W1 BALCONY 3 LEVELS SHOWN, D14 REMOVED AT NEW LIFT
DIVISIBLE OFFICE SPACE Terracotta Tiles
Porcelain Tiles 61,965 FFL glass blocks 4 CERAMIC FLOOR TILES REMOVED FOR PORCERLAIN -
62,050 FFL MATCHING WITH REVISED FINISHES SCHEDULE &
D14 staircase no. 4
ab ab rwdp glass blocks FLOOR TILE LAYOUT. W25 CHANGED TO W8
brick wall balustrade lift
ab W1 to detail landing glass blocks 5 PARTITIONS - TENANT FITOUT
ab Porcelain Tiles Porcelain Tiles
ab
W31
ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 ab ab W7 50mm Ø pvc spouts @ 2400ctrs 6 NEW FIREWALLS AND FIRE DOORS INTRODUCED
16-9-2014 GLASS BRICKS ADDED ON STAIRCASE NO. 6
W32
7 SCREEN WALL REMOVED
24-10-2014
GLASS BRICKS RELOCATED ON STAIRCASE 4 & 6
8 FACADE STEEL WORK AT STAIRCASE 6 ADDED.
11-11-2014 115 BRICK WALL ADDED FOR DISABLED TOILE FITTINGS.

9 LOGO ON CANTEEN ROOF DECK REVISED
2-9-2015

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

SCALE 1:100

04 03 02 01 Designed: V. A.
Drawn: V. A.
Checked: V. A.
Date: 2 SEPT 2015
Scale: 1:100
Drwg. No. A463/10/169/WD03/2 REV H

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Suppliers of all grades of Granite
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We also undertake Contract Crushing

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ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRIAL PROFILE

The exterior and much of the interior concrete structure was finished with
Mamoran Coating, an extremely durable kind of textured paint, giving it a tactile
and warmer appeal. The predominantly glass and concrete edifice is further
softened by small landscaped garden spaces – a welcome and unexpected bit of
greenery in the otherwise rather bleak industrial neighbourhood.

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Tel: +263 4 486500, +263 4 486452, +263 4 487953, +263 4 486416-8

Direct Line: 2936039
Fax: +263 4 486520
Mobile: 0712 604 278, 0712 602 291
E-mail: [email protected]

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The building itself is made up of two main wings with
a central connecting section. The North wing, closest
to the road, is primarily intended for public access and
administration, including the registration of growers and
producers and the licensing of buyers. The reception area
is flooded with natural light streaming through the large
glass panels and it has an open walkway bridge above
it (connecting the staircase to the offices) so the double
volume makes it feel spacious and airy. The large office area
is sectioned off into separate spaces using frosted glass in
aluminium frames as partitions. The office section has a
central courtyard allowing for good ventilation and abundant
light. It also makes the office spaces feel connected to the
outside. Even though the front of this wing is fairly close to
the main road special glazing in the front windows helps to
deaden the traffic noise.

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64 structure & design

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08644 064 086
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The South wing has its own reception as well as the
executive staff offices, the boardroom with a large
balcony, and the CEO’s office suite. It also has a central
courtyard for natural light and ventilation. The South
wing is wider than the North wing so although the
roof follows the same curve as the North wing there’s
an additional sinuous upward curve on one side – a
whimsical and delightful design solution.

The central linking section contains the staff canteen
and kitchen with an open roof garden above where
staff can sit and relax while enjoying their meal
and getting a bit of fresh air. A broad and generous
hallway/passage separates the canteen from a library
and an auditorium for lectures, seminars and training.
The passage, which is really more like a connecting
foyer or gallery, has an exposed semi-transparent roof
so the central part of the building also enjoys natural
light. There’s even a dedicated space for a gym,
so staff can keep fit while taking a break from the
stresses of the office.

What could have been simply a massive concrete block
of a building has been cleverly designed to function
well on a more personal and comfortable level. It’s a
well organized, ergonomically designed building which
will serve to enhance human efficiency and comfort for
many years to come.

67

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CHANGING SKYLINES ACROSS AFRICA

BRAND NEW cities that are privately funded by foreign companies and have
little reliance on government infrastructure are going up in Kenya, Nigeria,
the DRC, Ghana and Zambia.

Something to look forward to: A glimpse of a city of the future
While the link roads are being built for SA’s new Chinese-funded US$6.2bn city east
of Jo’burg, a rash of brand spanking new cities are changing skylines across Africa.

And most of them are private ventures, offering tens of thousands of urban Africans
the opportunity to live in comfort “off the grid”, insulated from the chaos that
characterises so many of the continent’s cities.

By far the most ambitious project — and the largest real estate development on the
continent, according to Deloitte — is Centenary City, an $18.6bn smart eco-city for
137,000 residents and 500,000 daily commuters that is being built from scratch
outside the Nigerian capital Abuja, a few minutes’ drive from the Nnamdi Azikiwe
International Airport.

Developed by Abu Dhabi-based Eagle Hills in a public-private partnership with the
Federal Capital Territory, Centenary City will form a free-trade zone and have its own
liberal banking and tax regulations. Construction has begun on the first phase, 25ha
of bespoke hotel and residential space.

The entire city is designed to include efficient transportation, biomimetic water and
waste management, and finance, commerce, science, sports, medical and cultural
facilities. It will be independent of Abuja, thanks to its own 500MW gas-fired power
station. It is scheduled to be operational and occupied by 2024.

However, the city’s construction has been dogged by controversy. A public hearing by
a committee of the Nigerian House of Representatives is under way into allegations
that Centenary City Company Plc., owned by corporate lawyers Paul Oki and Boma
Ozobia, had varied from, and had been given special waivers of, federal regulations,
while a land claim by indigenous Izzi evicted by the development is before the courts.

There are three types of new cities in Africa, all characterised by being greenfields
developments only slightly reliant on existing infrastructure.

First are the self-sufficient satellite cities on the outskirts of major urban areas, such as Centenary City. Second are the tech hubs, like the
$14.5bn Konza Technology City for 200,000 residents in Kenya, 64km south of Nairobi. It is intended to become the core of the continent’s >
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“Silicon Savannah”. Third are dormitory cities for ports
and free-trade zones, for example the 78,000-resident
King City, designed to serve the Ghanaian port of
Takoradi, which is rapidly expanding thanks to offshore
oil wells.

A few, like Luanda’s $5.5bn ring of five new Chinese-
built cities, are state funded, erected within months
and occupied mostly on a rent-to-buy basis. But
the majority are private ventures such as Jo’burg’s
Modderfontein New City, intended to be built in phases
over a decade or two and aimed at attracting a mixture
of buyers and tenants.

The mushrooming of these “insta-cities” was the focus
of a lengthy Christian Science Monitor feature in 2015.

It criticised the class exclusivity of the $6bn Eko
Atlantic city for 250,000 wealthy residents and an
additional 150,000 commuters that is going up on the
reclaimed foreshore of Victoria Island in Lagos.

Prof Vanessa Watson of the University of Cape Town’s
African Centre for Cities has warned that though rapid
growth in Africa has excited property developers,
a likely result of “these fantasy plans” is a “steady
worsening of the marginalisation and inequalities that
already beset these cities”.

Some plans, such as those announced in 2013 for
a $10bn Hope City tech hub that was supposed to
spearhead an ICT revolution in Ghana, have remained
stillborn, while others, like one-time ghost city Kilamba
in Angola, experienced birth pangs because of the
absence of proper transport integration, no mortgage
market and no rent-collection system, though it is now
occupied.
The largest developer of new cities across Africa is
Rendeavour, which was founded in 1995 by Kiwi

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billionaire investment banker Stephen Jennings.
Rendeavour is responsible for Ghana’s King City
and the new 90,000-resident Appolonia City of
Light outside of Accra — with a combined price tag
of $1bn. Rendeavour is also developing Kenya’s
$2.6bn Tatu City for 70,000 residents and 30,000
day visitors outside Nairobi, the $758m Kiswishi City
outside Lubumbashi, DRC, and other developments
in Nigeria and Zambia. All these were initially funded
by Jennings’s Moscow-based investment bank
Renaissance Capital, but in 2013 Jennings divested
from Russia, retaining only the African cities projects
under Rendeavour.

Rendeavour spokesman Tim Beighton tells the
Financial Mail from Lagos that the company’s
developments deliberately included affordable and
low-income housing “so that those who provide the
services are also able to live there”.

Beighton sees mixed-income housing as vital to Tatu City is Rendeavour’s flagship, and sod was broken
ensure the socioeconomic viability and vitality there in 2011 — but development was delayed for two years
of the new cities, which were all integrated into by a court case in which Tatu City’s minority shareholders
national developmental plans and local municipal unsuccessfully sued the company to either have it wound up
administrations. or let its shares be bought out by the majority.

He says housing finance differs across the five By July 2015, the developers said construction had begun
countries. There is a mature and fairly strong mortgage on the city’s residential suburbs, where 150 plots had been
market in Kenya but “a cash-and-carry economy” in sold and 13 firms, including Unilever, the Bidco Oil Refinery
Nigeria that has made accessing finance difficult, and Dormans Coffee, had signed deals for sites. Dormans’
though Beighton says government is looking at creating 4ha plant, now under construction, is designed to process,
a mortgage market. package and ship more than 15,000t of coffee a year.

In this way, new private cities are driving the In January, SA-based Nova Academies’ secondary school
development of new financial instruments and an for girls opened in Tatu, a sign that the new city’s future
improvement of state service infrastructure. They also generation has finally arrived.
attract further investment.

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE & GARDENING PARKORMAN PARK Images Courtesy of Studio DROR

The Incredible Parkorman Park is Like a Love Story Between People and Nature

ur hectic daily routines have turned us into machines. “Parkorman” Park promises an awesome experience…exploring
Most of us want to escape from the busy routine and hidden pathways into the treetops, swinging on hammocks, and
spend some time with nature. When we are with nature, bouncing on giant trampolines.
we feel relaxed, happier, and we feel more alive. Nature is like fuel
for our soul. The park will have five zones, each having their own distinct
qualities. The Plaza presents nature at its best. In the Loop, there
Architects Studio Dror released a master plan for an amazing park are swings and hammocks which sway above the forest bed.
in a “city with no Central Park” — Istanbul, Turkey. Dror described
his park as “a love story between people and nature in a city with no The pool features giant ball pits, inspired by Turkish spice markets.
central park.” The Chords features a footpath that twists around tree trunks
into giant loops with trampolines at the center. To encourage
This “Parkorman” Park will give you a chance to swing through the exploration, there is a maze-like trail surrounded by sculptures
forest…you not only will enjoy looking up at the woods from the called The Grove, while “The Fountain of Clarity,” a cube-shaped
ground but will also be able to feel the leaves and the freshness structure sends water down on all four sides and allows the
through the branches. structure to envelop visitors in a watery room.

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This astonishing park will let you experience a forest, architecture, and an environment at a single place.

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SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE Is Sustainable Architecture

A FAD OR A REVOLUTION?

Image Courtesy of kadvacorp

THERE is currently a sustainable development undergraduate and graduate programs in science,
debate over what the definition and practice of energy, climate, and sustainable design.
“sustainable architecture” is or should be. Of course,
sustainable development in the Kurdistan Region of Methodologies, tools, and applications needed for
Iraq is quite different than in Southern California, but sustainable development and policies and strategies to
there are common elements. These days, many of the promote and implement sustainable design are still in
most talked about sustainable structures built in the their infancy.
United States are financed by wealthy businesses or
individuals whose architectural creations cannot be A report, “Introduction to Sustainable Design” by
duplicated on a wider scale by the middle class. Jong-Jin Kim of the College of Architecture and Urban
Planning at the University of Michigan, discusses the
DEFINING SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE following topics related to sustainable architecture:

The hallmarks of sustainable architecture include the • The changing definitions of growth and progress.
use of recycled materials in construction, reduced Bigger is not necessarily better, or as Joseph
energy consumption, passive heating and lighting, Shumpert wrote, “Small is Beautiful.”
using the sun or wind as the primary source(s) of
energy and air conditioning, and creating structures • Resource consumption and environmental
that prolong the aging process of a building. A typical pollution. Every detail of resource consumption
sustainable house will have a roof covered with and environmental pollution must be tracked
photovoltaic solar panels to heat water and provide so that sustainability is achieved and resources are
off-grid power. Construction will include a design handled with economy.
with cross-ventilation and argon-filled windows with
low-emittance that provides ample natural light and • Lifecycle design – tracking all inputs and outputs
prevents heat loss. from the birth of a new structure to its eventual
demise.

Sustainable architecture also minimizes the negative
impact on the environment surrounding the building
by making the structure as efficient as possible while
moderating the use of land development space,
materials, and energy. The structure is designed so
that it fits into the site, the region, and the climate, and
is harmonious with the needs of inhabitants.

NEW METHODOLOGIES, TOOLS & APPLICATIONS FOR
SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE

Sustainable architecture and design is creating
buildings that are environmentally responsible and
resource-efficient. Also known as “green buildings,”
sustainable buildings are now the focus of numerous

• Humane design – taking into account the needs of people
• Energy conservation
• Water conservation
• Materials conservations
• Preservation of natural environments
• Urban design and site planning
• Materials conservations
• Preservation of natural environments
• Urban design and site planning

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RESIDENTIAL INTERNATIONAL PROFILE ARCHITECT TURNED OLD CEMENT FACTORY

INTO HIS INCREDIBLE HOME AND WORKPLACE WITH AWESOME INTERIORS

PANISH architect Ricardo Bofill discovered a cement factory near Barcelona.
He visualized opportunity in those enormous silos, underground tunnels, and
machine rooms of that old factory. He decided to purchase the factory and used his
talent to transform that rambling structure into a majestic home called La fábrica.

Bofill wrote on his website, “Seduced by the contradictions and the ambiguity of the
place, we quickly decided to retain the factory and sculpt it like a work of art.”

The factory underwent renovation as per Bofill’s plan.

Bofill and his dedicated team spent a year and a half doing renovation in the factory
and finally it was furnished to give it a touch of modern living space. The final build-
ing has four areas, which includes a living area, gardens, a studio to work, and an
exhibition and conference hall.

The silos were transformed into giant sculptures. The factory hall was transformed
into a conference and exhibition hall. To beautify the space, La fábrica garden was
created. Different varieties of plants including eucalyptus trees, palm trees, olive
trees, and climbing vines were introduced.

The transformation of the old cement factory into the luxurious fairytale home is
really unbelievable

Bofill mentioned, “Presently I live and work here better than anywhere else. It is for
me the only place where I can concentrate and associate ideas in the most abstract
manner. The Cement Factory is a place of work excellence. Life goes on here in a
continuous sequence, with very little difference between work and leisure.”

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Lounge, Living Or Sitting room has one main purpose in your home: to be a comfortable space where the family can relax.

This living room should be your dream space - whatever your budget. Elegant living rooms display fine design without appearing flashy. Whether
you’re looking for inspiration to completely redecorate or just want to give your space a quick refresh, we’ve got living room decorating ideas,
styling tips and the best shopping advice to help you choose the perfect sofa or find the ideal colour for your walls.
Love patterns? Then check out the best living room lounge ideas from Manhattan Interiors and give rugs, cushions and other decorative accessories
space to shine. Dine in the essence of soft decorating designs

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DESIGN & TRAVEL &BEYOND

&BEYOND (formally known as Conservation Corporation Africa or CC Africa) are one
of Africa’s driving extravagance safari companies. The company is committed to
providing world-class experiences to luxury voyagers.
&Beyond was set up nearby rising international interest for capable tourism and
wilderness experiences, and in the conviction that, through business undertaking,
natural life preservation could be set on a sustainable economic footing.
Today, they work more than 35 remarkable hotels in some of Africa’s most stunning
areas, including South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, the Serengeti plains
and the Masai Mara.
Whilst all of the lodges are in unique settings and have their
own discrete personalities, they all benefit from the outstanding
standards of accommodation, staff and food that &Beyond offer
throughout their entire portfolio.

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Ilala Lodge

ILALA LODGE IS THE IDEAL BASE FROM WHICH TO EXPLORE ONE OF THE WORLD’S SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS, THE GLORIOUS VICTORIA
FALLS. THE LODGE IS IN A PERFECT WORLD ARRANGED ON THE ZIMBABWEAN SIDE OF THE COMPELLING ZAMBEZI RIVER, AND THE FALLS ARE
WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE FOR GUESTS, AS IS THE TOWN CENTRE.

ICTORIA FALLS has a ton to offer the guest and
is known as Africa’s adventure capital. From
high adrenalin exercises like bungee jumping and
white water rafting to more quiet hobbies like fishing
or Nightfall River cruising, you can find it all here.

Wild creatures, for example, warthog and impala,
frequently graze on the lodging gardens, giving added
entertainment. Restaurant diners can see and hear
the glorious roar of ‘the smoke that thunders’ while
they test fine alacarte cuisine at The Palm Restaurant.

With only 56 rooms, you can anticipate customized
benefit all through the term of your visit.

The rooms are situated on 2 isolate floors, intended
to make a sentiment security. The rooms on the upper
level open out onto an balcony, while the lower rooms
have twofold French entryways driving onto the lush,
manicured gardens.

Every one of the rooms are spacious and enriched
with teak decorations produced using railroad sleep-
ers. This décor enhances the African climate and
laid-back lodge atmosphere, and quieted tones and
delicate furnishings in creams and browns reflect this
uncomplicated, soothing air.

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DRIVE DESIGN

SCANIA

THE RELIABLE TRUCK

Products and Services That Surpass With a higher chassis for improved ground clearance
Your Value for Money and Scania Opticruise with new Off-road Mode, this
range is more robust than ever and full of new features
Scanlink (Pvt.) Ltd are the sole distributors of Scania to enhance the driving experience.
products in Zimbabwe. The company offers vehicle
sales and after sales support for Scania vehicles in the To optimise your up time they have many ways to
country. Scania also offer a wide range of generators support you and your operation:
• Scania’s dealer network backed by Scania
TRUCKS
Assistance – expert standby just a phone call away.
Scania trucks are renowned for their reliability, great • Scania Field Workshops which cater for your
fuel economy and exceptional uptime. There are no
exceptions when it comes to their long haulage range of maintenance needs, on-site and cutting repair time
vehicles, designed for the most demanding conditions. to a minimum.
• All workshops are staffed by dedicated
professionals and stocked with Genuine Scania parts

Whether you choose their legendary Scania V8 or Distribution Range
their renowned inline 6 cylinder engines, you can
always rely on great performance and reliability. If you are in the business of distribution, delivery and
Their extended range provides you with options from logistics, you demand continuous vehicle availability in
the lower 250Hp engine escalating up to 620Hp. All order to serve your customers on time. Your reputation
engines are standardised on Euro 3 emission level, and your profits depend on an unbroken supply chain.
however, Scania can provide engines meeting the Euro
5 standard when required. Scania trucks, with their robust chassis and
powertrains, provide the productivity you need for
Off-road Range today’s competitive environment. Every distribution
vehicle from Scania is ready to be integrated with
The Scania Off-road trucks are made for rough and tailored services to keep your business in motion.
demanding environments, with the reliability that will
take you wherever you need to go. Scania vehicles are renowned for excellent reliability,

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low fuel consumption and for consistently meeting and
beating increasingly restrictive emission requirements.

Scania have boosted their engines’ environmental This range gives you the ability to choose the most suitable cab for your operation.
performance and added the option of renewable fuels, to Cabs consist of three different ranges, which are available in different heights and lengths:
address the special environment concerns of driving in urban
areas. Their vehicles offer an outstanding total operating P-Series:
economy, independent of emission levels and/or fuel type.
Scania’s P-series cab is available in different heights and lengths:
Chassis ready for work • The short and compact P-cab, CP14/CP16, allows full-length bodywork which

Scania’s chassis are adapted from factory for bodywork maximises your loads. It is equipped with a fully adjustable air suspended driver’s
and auxiliary equipment, from pre-routed cable seat, ensuring maximum comfort.
harnesses to a variety of pre-drilled whole patterns – • The P sleeper cab, CP19, has the same driver comfort as the short cab, but is
improving quality and vehicle deliver time. equipped with a full-sized bed behind the driver’s seat. This cab provides extra
space for storage and rest between shifts.
Long haul Range
G-Series:
Scania trucks are renowned for their reliability, great
fuel economy and exceptional uptime. There are no The G-Series cab is also available in different heights and lengths, making an
exceptions when it comes to long haulage range of excellent combination with their more powerful engines.
vehicles, designed for the most demanding conditions. • The shorter, CG14/CG16, version is ideal for demanding construction

Choosing the right cab assignments and is well insulated to minimize noise.

Scania designs cabs to offer every driver a more
productive, stress free and safe working environment.

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DRIVE DESIGN • The longer cab, CG19, allows for a more spacious and productivity, ultimately expanding your business and
sleeper version and provides a generous amount of keeping it moving forward.
storage space, giving you the option to specify
two bunks. When you go to their workshops you can be assured that their
professional service staff will provide you with the support
R-Series: and knowledge that your transport operation requires.

The high-end luxurious R-cab provides you with the space A Network
and comfort which is needed for long haul. The cab has
been designed to allow the ability to move freely between When transporting in Zimbabwe,
the driving and sleeping area whilst standing up-right. their workshops in Harare and
Bulawayo, ensure that you are
The R-cabs come standard with an upper and lower bed and backed by the greatest service
has the largest storage compartments without their range networks. In addition,the
coverage stretches throughout
KEY FETAURES OF SCANIA VEHICLES Southern Africa.
• Reliability
• Fuel-efficient With more than 1000 service
• High performance staff throughout the region, they
• Maximum productivity certainly have lots of dedicated
• Minimum downtime minds and hands at work.
• Excellent value for money.
Certified Scania technicians will ensure your vehicle is
Parts back on the road within minimal time.

Scania genuine parts add value to your business by They do not only service your vehicle professionally on
maximising your uptime. Their high quality is specifically every occasion, they also advise you about preventive
engineered for ultimate performance endurance, fuel maintenance, maintenance intervals and associated parts.
economy and safety.
Breakdown Assistance
With product know-how, they can identify and organise the
parts you require quickly and efficiently. Scania Assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week – 365 days a year. This service is provided
The majority of their parts are kept in stock and are throughout Zimbabwe and Southern Africa for all valued
available over the counter. If not, an advanced logistic Scania Customers.
network ensures that you don’t wait long for your part.
Well-equipped Scania service vans are ready to respond
Workshop Services with any of their trained and certified Scania technicians.
Whether you have a minor breakdown or unforeseen
Scania services help you to achieve the highest up time accidents, Breakdown Assistance is only a phone call away.

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TECH/ INDUSTRIAL DESIGN GTEL X4

HEY say every 2 minutes someone upgrades to a G-Tel smartphone. Since the beginning of its journey as a G-Tide Mobile franchise
in 2009, rebranding to GTel in July 2011, the company has taken great strides in mobile phone design. When you understand the
different segments of your market and innovate at every level, only a premium range of products are the end result. Affordable and
relevant, their phones were made for the everyday Zimbabwean user.

Every year GTel releases at least three new phone BODY
models, ranging from the low to the highest tech
user. Our pick, the X4, is definitively of the highest The X4 has a Metallic Uni-body made
end technology. With what seem like impossible large of shiny metal crafted and perfected
numbers, the X4 has statistics to battle some of the using top of the range metals. An
most famous international mobile phones. ergonomically designed back cover
and a protective coating ensure a
perfect fit in your hand. It is ultra
slim and has a 3.5mm outer rim. It is
available in Gold and Polar Gold.

SCREEN That is not a number you will find
often. But because of its screen,
The 6 Inch 1080 x 1920 pixels FHD processor and smart power
AMOLED display feels expensive consumption management features,
and premium, with its ultra-clear it takes the battery capabilities to a
2.5D curved display. You get an whole new level.
excellent viewing experience from - 50 Days standby
any angle especially since you
get it in protective Corning Gorilla - 143 hours of continuous non-stop
Glass. Screen extras include
Gesture Launch, which allows you to music play (6 Days)
launch an application without even
unlocking your device. - 96 hours of light-usage (4 Days)

On the screen, finger drawing ‘C’ - 57 hours of continuous non-stop
opens the camera, ‘M’ opens the
music player, ‘e’ opens the email, talk-time (2.4 Days)
‘O’ turns on the torch but keeps the
display off, ‘O’ again to turn it off. - 24 hours of continuous non-stop

BATTERY movie watching (1 Day)

To those insane numbers now – it - 20 hours of non-stop heavy internet
has a beastly 5020mAh battery.
usage (83% of a Day)

- Smart-power consumption

management lowers consumption

by 30%.

The X4 is intelligent such that at STORAGE
night whilst you are asleep it freezes
applications that are not in use and It has 3GB RAM, meaning you can
saves power for the next day. It also have several heavy apps in use at
has dual charging chips, ensuring the same time without any lagging;
fast charge. 64 GB Internal Storage, which is an
insane figure (think 15000 songs),
allowing you to maybe never have any
memory issues with a mobile phone
ever again!

But for those who would still want
backup storage, it supports up to a
128 GB Micro SD card.

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XCEED XPECTATION

Metallic Ultra Slim Body
Premium Large 6” FHD AMOLED Display

with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass
3GB RAM; 64 GB Internal Storage

Up To 128 GB Micro SD card
2G, 3G, 4G

Bluetooth 4.0
Fingerprint Scanner
5020mAh Battery (2 Days Heavy Usage)
13MP Main Camera 5MP Secondary Camera

SMS/WhatsApp “X4” to 073 200 10 10
@GtelZimbabwe
Gtel Zimbabwe

www.gtel.co.zw
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CAMERA PROCESSOR

The main camera on the X4 is a Rounding off to make a phone of
13MP 4160 x 3120 bright lens with: such capabilities work and keep it
Autofocus, Touch focus, HDR, LED lightning fast, the processor runs OS
flash, 1080p video; the secondary Android 5.1 Lollipop software with
camera is a 5MP 2560 x 1920 lens its 1.3Ghz Octa (8) Core Mediatek
with Face detection, HDR, Panorama, MT6753T CPU and Mali-T720 GPU.
Face Beautify.

SENSORS

Another premium addition is an
accurate Fingerprint Scanner, located
right by the home button, that
supports up to five different prints.

Other sensors: Acceleration
(accelerometers), Gravity, Magnetic
field, Proximity, Gyroscope and Light
Sensors.

Other awesome Features

It is dual SIM and dual 4G Capable, has Bluetooth
4.0, USB Type C Reversible plug-in design, one touch
fingerprint unlock and a 75 dB Loudspeaker.

Also, it comes in beautiful flip cases, but these aren’t
just for looks or protection. It is intelligent such that
when you open it, it turns the display on and when
you close it while the display is on, it turns off the
display aside from its smaller window. Another UI on
that window shows you the clock, weather and the
information bar. If you were playing music you can
skip tracks with no need to unlock your device.

Did we mention that it is a very nice-looking phone?
Visit gtel.co.zw

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CONSTRUCTION COUNCILS & BOARDS GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL

INTERVIEWED BY CONSTRUCTION REVIEW ONLINE

The Green Building Council of Zimbabwe was launched on 30 materials to use and the best practices for sustainable buildings.
September 2016 at Rainbow Towers in Harare. Below is our
interview that CR had with the Chairman, Mr. John Chiwara(JC) CR – Please share with us future aspirations of the council
locally and within the region?
CR – What are the objectives of the council? JC –The aspirations of the Council include training of Accredited
JC – The main objective is to spearhead the Green Building concept Professionals who will rate buildings, recruitment of as many
in Zimbabwe through advocating for sustainability in the built members as possible who will help us to lobby for by – laws that
environment. promote sustainability in the built environment. We would want to
see our members partnering with companies in the region to work
CR – What is the council’s vision? on green projects.
JC– To achieve a sustainable built environment in Zimbabwe.
CR – What other information or word of advice would you like to
CR – What is the relationship between the council and the share with our readers?
industry? JC – We would like to encourage all readers to become members of
JC – We would want the Council and industry to work together for the council so that they partner with us in achieving our objectives.
the purpose of greening the nation. If the two work together, it will There are many benefits to being members, but most importantly
make the roll out faster, easier and effective. your company makes a statement to your clients that you are
serious about sustainability. Most consumers are now conscious of
CR – What are the challenges faced by the industry and how is the effects that a brand or product has on sustainability.
the council addressing them?
JC –Most materials that have been used in the construction Partnering with GBCZW will give your company a competitive
industry over the past years are not environmentally friendly. edge as you will be viewed a pro active and decisive company
The council intends to educate the industry players on the best which is concerned about the future and the environment.

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CONSTRUCTION COUNCILS & BOARDS Established in 2009, Project Management Zimbabwe (PMZ) > To provide interface between users and suppliers of hardware
is Zimbabwe’ largest Association of Project Managers and and software computer systems
Project Management practitioners. PMZ is a membership based
organisation operating as a non-profit adult vocational education > To provide guidelines for instruction and career development in
and training Trust. the field of project management

There are over 2500 members to date on the PMZ database. > To train and certify potential and existing project management
Besides providing various project management mentorship practitioners in conjunction with local and international
programmes for its members, PMZ is also licenced locally by the educational authorities and centres.
Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology
to train and examine the Certificate and Diploma courses in Project > To process the registration and accreditation of project
Management (CPM/DPM) including the Post Graduate Diploma in management professionals, consultants and project oriented
Project Management (PGDPM). companies. Contribute to and inculcate appropriate project
management standards and national qualifications.
PMZ is also able to mentor its members in the world’s top 2 project
management certification programmes, i.e. the PRINCE2 and the > To contribute to development of curriculum for Higher and
PMP credentials. Through their Harare based National Secretariat University Education.
Office and the Bulawayo Regional office, PMZ has a mandate of
registering membership, setting up, monitoring and evaluation > To offer full consultancy services in Government and
of standards in project management training and certification NGO Projects
nationally.
> To facilitate project management job placement services,
From 2009 up to 2013 PMZ was known as Project with a view to advance quality and range of project management
Management Institute of Zimbabwe before rebranding to PMZ occupations
in line with identities of similar institutions world-wide and the
recommendations of the parent Project Management Institute > To promote and develop project management interdisciplinary
based in USA. Considered to be best practice organisation in skills and resources
project management standards, the Project Management Institute
(PMI) is the world’s largest Association of Project Managers. For more information about Project Management Zimbabwe (PMZ)
please email to: [email protected] Submitted by Peter Banda CEO at
In Zimbabwe and, as in most Sub-Saharan African countries the Project Management Zimbabwe.
level of project management training and certification is nascent,
albeit ominously low, given that these countries undertake massive
infrastructural development projects. Hence projects fail due to
incompetency in project management and the lack of appropriate
project governance thereof, giving rise to opportunistic corruption.

Key Strategic Objectives of PMZ

> To provide a forum for the free exchange of project management
information, challenges, proffering of solutions and their
plausible applications

> To coordinate industrial and academic research effort in the field
of project management

> To develop acceptable standard terminology, tools and
techniques to improve project management communication
and systems

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CONSTRUCTION COUNCILS & BOARDS HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER OF ZBCA

(A) APPLICATION PROCESS CATEGORY OF MEMBERS - Contractors, Suppliers

1. Prospective member purchases a form.

2. The applicant submits a duly completed form to ZBCA MEMBER BENEFITS AND SERVICES

secretariat. 1. Registration, Identity and Recognition

3. On receipt of the completed form ZBCA Secretariat visits the ZBCA contractors registered are able to tender for state, local

applicant to assess company’s human capital and equipment government and parastatal tenders and to enjoy a 10% local

resources. preference over foreigners.

4. The duly completed membership application form and visit 2. Events and Networking

report are submitted to the ZBCA specialized committee called ZBCA holds the annual general meeting of members; the annual

the Membership Committee for vetting and approval. conference open to the business community; the annual awards

5. The Membership Committee produces a report either approving gala; monthly meetings that discuss topical issues; participates

or declining membership and submits such report to the in for a organized by other stakeholders; plans and coordinates

National Executive Committee for final approval. events and affords members opportunities to meet, network

6. Successful applicants are required to pay annual subscriptions, and share notes on goings in the construction industry. The

depending on their category after which they are issued with a networking function are organized at regional level in Harare,

membership confirmation letter. Annual subscriptions can Bulawayo, Midlands, Masvingo and Manicaland. This is an

be paid monthly, quarterly, half yearly or annually by making opportunity to connect with fellow professionals, industry

arrangements with Secretariat. leaders and policy and decision makers.

7. Any new member will be placed on probation for a period of one 3. Lobbying, Advocacy and Representation

year and during the probationary period; the Member shall Your voice matters when it comes to issues, regulations,

submit full written details, on the prescribed form, of all legislation and statutes that affect your business. ZBCA

contracts entered into by the Member. This form shall be represents members (Employers) at the National Employment

submitted by the Member to the Secretary within 14 (fourteen) Council for the Construction Industry in Zimbabwe, through

days of signing the contract and this shall be used to monitor participating in sector wages negotiations, regulation of industry

the Member’s progress during the probationary period. wages and formulation of collective bargaining agreements for

8. After the expiry of the Probationary period, the National the construction industry. ZBCA represents members in

Executive Committee shall, at its next meeting, receive a engaging policy and decision makers, government officials,

report from the Secretary on the Member who has been on regulatory bodies and key stakeholders on matters ofconcern to

probation. Such report, including the probationary member’s your businesses.

original application shall be considered by the National 4. Education, Training and Capacity Building

Executive Committee. The said Committee shall in a meeting ZBCA assists members deliver quality services to their clients

and by voting, by means of a simple majority accept or reject in a professional manner and to move ahead of the competition

confirmation of full membership of the applicant. If the through building the capacity of members. This is achieved

applicant’s membership application is confirmed by the through holding of training workshops, seminars and

National Executive Committee, the probationary member shall conferences on issues suggested by embers themselves

be admitted as a full member forthwith. through the company visits undertaken periodically. The

9. After admission to full membership, ZBCA Secretariat advises Association produces information guides on topical areas.

the member to approach the Ministry of Local Government, 5. Member Discounts

Public Works and National Housing for categorization. ZBCA connects its members with manufacturers and service

(B) REQUIREMENTS providers that support their businesses. The Association
negotiates for discounts wit material suppliers. Members also

The following documentation is required for registration as a enjoy discounted services from the Association.

member of ZBCA and must be attached to the application form. 6. Business and Market Development

ZBCA works with members, engineers,

No DOCUMENT IMPORTANCE architects, quantity surveyors, reaI estate

1. CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION Mandatory agents to produce tools, publications

2. NECCIZ CERTIFICATE/RECEIPT OF REGISTRATION Mandatory and promotional material that facilitate

3. CR14 Mandatory members to provide customers with a

4. PROOF OF SHAREHOLDERSHIP Mandatory full and satisfactory service under the

5. NSSA REGISTRATION Mandatory auspices of the Zimbabwe Construction
Industry Council and National Joint
6. ZIMRA REGISTRATION (TAX CLEARANCE AND VAT CERTIFICATE) Mandatory Practice Commission.
7. Categorization
7. SPB REGISTRATION Optional ZBCA represents member companies at
the Ministry of Local Government, Public
8. LETTER OF GOOD STANDING FROM NSSA AND ZIMRA Mandatory for category ‘C to A’ applications

9. DETAILED COMPANY PROFILE SHOWING THE COMPANY Mandatory

STRUCTURE, PROJECTS CARRIED OUT (FINISHED AND CURRENT)

WITH DATES AND VALUES, CLIENT’S NAME, PHYSICAL ADDRESS,

CONTACT CELLPHONE, LANDLINE AND EMAIL ADDRESS. Works and National Housing during

10. TRADE REFERENCES Mandatory categorization meetings at the Ministry.

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8. Communication, lnformation, Gathering, Packaging 12. Company Visits
and Dissemination ZBCA proactively visits its members to learn their concerns
ZBCA provides members with the most up-to-date industry for packaging and presentation to relevant bodies for
information, trends and market briefs by carrying out research resolution. During these visits the capacity of members is
and then packaging the information for dissemination to established and possible solutions brainstormed.
members through weekly bulletins, monthly newsletters,
quarterly magazine, annual directory and the website. 13. Construction Documentation
The Association monitors local and regional information Through the National Joint Practice Committee (NJPC), ZBCA
sources for tender opportunities that are disseminated to participates in developing standard documents that are easy to
members weekly. understand and up-todate for use by building contractors.

9. Library and Business Centre 14. Diversification of Source Markets for Suppliers
ZBCA runs a library and Business centre that is accessible ZBCA trains members on how to use the Trade Map (an
to members for free and offers other discounted services International Trade Center) market analysis tool useful for
to members. identifying new source and export markets for their businesses.

10. Publications MEMBERSHIP OF OTHER ORGANISATION
ZBCA produces weekly bulletin and monthly newsletters,
quarterly magazine; annual directory, member projects, book ZBCA is registered with the Ministry of Public Service, Labour and
and CD at a discounted rate for members only. The association Social Welfare as an employer body in the construction sector. The
also produces a member projects book where member projects Association is a member of the Zimbabwe Construction Industry
are showcased free of charge Council, Joint Industrial Council, Chamber of Mines, Employers’
Confederation of Zimbabwe and the Standards Association
11. Tradeshow Marketing Facilitation of Zimbabwe. The Association reports to the Ministry of Local
ZBCA participates annually in selected local, regional and Government, Public Works and National Housing and also sits on
international trade fairs and facilitates its members to
participate under its umbrella thereby managing participation costs. cTHoElourthe Categorization Committee chaired by that Ministry.

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CONSTRUCTION COUNCILS & BOARDS CZI INTERVIEW

ON SHEPCO

1) Shepco group background days to be cleared. Process is cumbersome. encouraged to look at opportunities to better
d) Aging equipment – frequent and regular themselves in their chosen careers which
Shepco group is a wholly indigenous breakdowns. means they will perform better in their field
Zimbabwean company comprised of, of work.
Shepco Industrial Supplies and Shepcobma 3) Solution to the challenges above
Fasteners these are both based in 5) Shepco projects
Bulawayo and have got a branch in Harare. I. Reopening of Zisco and creating a
Shepco Industrial Supplies` special area conducive and investor friendly environment I. ISO certification – preliminary work towards
of interest is underground ore breaking to lure steel manufacturers to Zim. Resources this achievement has begun and we are
and ore movement. Our core products are are available what is needed is the coming in targeting Q2 2017.
underground battery & electrical locos, of investors.
air & electrical loaders, scraper winches, II. Expansion of the working area –
rolling stock, mining lighting, rockdrilling II. Open lines of credit with reasonable construction of a state of the art big shed.
& accessories and conveyor belts & interest rates. Make available affordable Funding challenges are hampering the take-
accessories. We manufacture, provide money. Easy of doing business culture to be off of the project.
technical back up, specialist training on use, imparted in the banking sector.
maintenance and repair & refurbish both III. Replacing of old machinery by new and
spares and complete units. With the safety III. Simplify border process to be short and state of the art and technically advanced
of the worker in mind we also supply various quick for imports to come in fast. equipment. Again funding challenges pop in.
safety accessories with a strong bias in head
& footwear protection ie hardhats, gumboots 4) Recent developments to make products IV. Replacing of the current fleet of
and safety shoes. more competitive. vehicles – service vehicles have gone
beyond their best before dates. They are
Shepcobma -Mid 2015 an opportunity arose I. Purchasing of BMA assets – fully equipped now very expensive to keep on the road.
through liquidation of BMA fasteners and company. Capacity has been increased Funding challenges.
we usurped it. This resulted in the birth of due to the availability of a fully-fledged
Shepcobma Fasteners a combination of a machineshop. V. Harare workshop – has been postponed
reputable company and a well-known brand several times due to lack of funding.
in the fastener world. Shepcobma specializes II. Procurement of new machinery – the pace
in the manufacturing, and distribution of bolts is very slow due to limited funds. 6) Government intervention to restrict
and nuts (all sizes) nail and roofing fasteners, imports – create a conducive and easy
rock support and also customized fastening III. Product knowledge transfer with our
products. principals in SA. We have sent our technicians business environment by - availing affordable
to our principals for the purposes of having funds, introduce strict and tight entry
2) Challenges facing the industry an in-depth knowledge of the equipment that requirements for exports, support ideas from
we are supplying and being able to attend to industry, put into practice and implement
a) Unavailability of a steel manufacturer in all the issues in the segment without waiting recommendations from industry.
Zimbabwe – imports are expensive, have long for them to come in and assist.
lead times and also exposes us to foreign 7) The mining industry has great potential to
unfair competition. IV. Employee in house training – the
emphasis is on back up of all the equipment sustain the economy in the mid to long-term
b) Lack of longterm credit facilities – on that we supply. We have training program because of availability of varsity minerals
the few options available the process to equip our technicians to attend to an resources and the demand will always be
is cumbersome, interest rates are very challenge that may arise from the market there and the metals prices fluctuations are
high, security requirements are scary and when equipment has been supplied. manageable.
prohibitive.
V. Conducive environment for employees Completed by:
c) Serious border delays – trucks take 5 – 7 to upgrade themselves. Employees are Ezekiel Masanganise
General Manager
Shepco Industrial Supplies.

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