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T50(E)(A6)TAPRIL EXAMINATIONNATIONAL CERTIFICATEBUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4(4090034)6 April 2016 (X-Paper)09:00–12:00This question paper consists of 6 pages.Copyright reservedPlease turn over

(4090034)-2-T50(E)(A6)TDEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAININGREPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICANATIONAL CERTIFICATEBUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4TIME: 3 HOURSMARKS: 100INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION1.Answer ALL the questions.2.Read ALL the questions carefully.3.Number the answers according to the numbering system used in this questionpaper.4.Write neatly and legibly.Copyright reservedPlease turn over

(4090034)-3-T50(E)(A6)TQUESTION 1Complete the following sentences by writing only each missing word next to thequestion number in the ANSWER BOOK.Primarily the 1.1 programme helps to establish the contract period.(1)1.2 The programme or phase programme gives more clarity about issues such aslabour teams.(1)The 1.3 is the key to symbols used for the bars.(1)The 1.4 date indicates when the work must be finished as agreed in the contract.(1)A 1.5 is a schedule with tasks to be performed in a set sequence and in a specifictime slot.(1)Only the successful tender prepares the 1.6 programme.(1)The 1.7 chart is a 1.8 chart and is also called a 1.9 chart after its inventor.(3)1.10 are the thick horizontal lines which represent the duration of certain operations.(1)[10]QUESTION 2Sketch different cranes and clearly label and indicate the following crane terms erjib2.7Hook block2.8Outrigger2.9Ballast2.10Jib(10 1)Copyright reserved[10]Please turn over

(4090034)-4-T50(E)(A6)TQUESTION 3Make use of a full page single line diagram to show a chart of the activities in a joineryworkshop. Indicate the following in the layout:Room for supervision, tools, first aid and ablution(2)Saws, gluing and pressing(1)Sawdust extraction(1)Fume extraction unit(1)Sanders(1)Dispatch(1)Storage areas(1)Arrows to show the flow of the activities(2)[10]QUESTION 4What has to be considered when planning the site layout for the following?4.1Storage areas4.2Location of major construction plants such as cranes, etc.Copyright reserved(4)(6)[10]Please turn over

(4090034)-5-T50(E)(A6)TQUESTION 55.1Explain the functions of the following professionals and their relationship withthe contractor:5.1.1Quantity surveyor5.1.2Architect(2 x 2)5.2(4)Write down the main duty of each of the following members of a mediumsized building firm:5.2.1Accountant5.2.2Buyers5.2.3Personnel g clerk5.2.7Estimating officer5.2.8Trade foreman(8 x 2)(16)[20](5 x 2)[10]QUESTION 6Make labelled sketches of the side elevations of the following facilities:6.1A putlog pipe scaffold6.2An independent pipe scaffoldQUESTION 77.1Define the term shoring.7.2Explain FOUR circumstances under which shoring become necessary.Copyright reserved(2)(8)[10]Please turn over

(4090034)-6-T50(E)(A6)TQUESTION 8Differentiate between the following documents, as used when handling buildingmaterials:8.1Receipts8.2Invoice8.3Delivery note8.4Advice note8.5Internal requisition(5 x 2)[10]QUESTION 9Make labelled sketches to clearly show the construction of the planking and strutting intrench excavations approximately one metre deep in the following formations (types ofsoil):9.1Loose soil (dry)9.2Soft soil (wet)Copyright reserved(5 x 2)[10]TOTAL:100

MARKING GUIDELINENATIONAL CERTIFICATEAPRIL EXAMINATIONBUILDING ADMINISTRATION N46 APRIL 2016This marking guideline consists of 7 pages.Copyright reservedPlease turn over

MARKING GUIDELINE-2BUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4T50(E)(A6)TQUESTION FalseFalseFalseTrueTrueTrue(10 x 1)[10]QUESTION 22.1Open tender Advertise in the local media Open to all builders All newcomers are welcome to tender2.2Rotation The architect keeps a list of reputable builders and could divide the tendersamong them Gives many builders a chance to hand in tenders2.3Reputation Good work advertises itself Builders without comebacks2.4Speculation Risking the firm’s own money to build houses Building more stands to speculate with property and to sell2.5Arrangement To have a standing arrangement with chain stores, banks and others To erect new premises in order to sell a design(5 x 2)Copyright reserved[10]Please turn over

MARKING GUIDELINE-3BUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4T50(E)(A6)TQUESTION 33.13.23.3 Consists of a few traders and labourers Concerned with the planning and supervision Communication is directly between the contractor and the employer(4) The foreman and architect have certain responsibilities. The ownerconcentrates on the management and delegates responsibilities(2) This is a large firm with many contractors. Communication exists between the contract manager, site manager,project manager and foreman. Delegation of authority is more advanced. The organisation of the firm will involve various departments which providespecialist functions.(4)[10]QUESTION 44.1WORKSHOPIf cold, a heater can beturned on; during summer anair conditioner is usedMachines are shelteredWork is done under shelterIn a workplace standarditems are manufacturedThe input is constant, timeand money are not oftenwasted because of manykinds of delaysThere are permanent storingareasSupervision is manageableCommunication is easy(Any 6 x 1)(12) Write down the names of the machines required and transfer the namesonto the correct layout planning. Position them and then connect them with arrows to show the flow of work. Start the layout planning at the entry of the timber store. Place the machines in a logical order to give a smooth flow the work. Allow for large storage areas at the entrance, between different tasks andat the dispatch point. Supervision overlooking the machines should be easy. Very noisy machines are not to be placed near an office. Attention must be paid to safety regulations.(5 x 1)(5) CONSTRUCTION SITEDuringbadweathervaluableconstruction time will be lostConstruction work is dangerousWork is done in open spacesNo project is the same as the previousoneRain results in the workers sittingaround idleStoring of material can be problematicSupervision is differentCommunication is a real problem (Any 6 x 1)4.2Copyright reservedPlease turn over

MARKING GUIDELINE4.3-4BUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4T50(E)(A6)T4.3.1Clamp vibrator – used to vibrate the whole of the casing whenattached to the external sides of the form work4.3.2Angle grinder – used to cut into brickwork and to cut brickwork atan angle at the gables and used to cut metal4.3.3Power floats – to produce a smooth level surface for beds andslabs suitable to receive the floor finish without the need for screedor similar topping4.3.4Jackhammer – used for breaking up hard surfaces such asconcrete slabs4.3.5Backfill tampers – to compact the backfill in small excavations(5 x 1)(5)[22]QUESTION 55.15.1.1(6)Copyright reservedPlease turn over

MARKING GUIDELINE-5BUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4T50(E)(A6)T5.1.2(6)Copyright reservedPlease turn over

MARKING GUIDELINE-6BUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4T50(E)(A6)T5.2(10)[22]QUESTION 66.1(12)6.2 Importance – They consist of plans, sections and an elevation of thebuilding and are in a large enough scale. Detail drawings to describe thewhole construction and its finishing. Function – They show how the structure should be constructed and theyshow storm water drains, etc.Copyright reserved(4)[16]Please turn over

MARKING GUIDELINE-7BUILDING ADMINISTRATION N4T50(E)(A6)TQUESTION 77.1(5)7.2(5)[10]TOTAL:Copyright reserved100

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