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Civil Works

Tadweer Group Civil work offering diverse construction services, including, but not limited to: heavy civil construction & infrastructure, general contracting, commercial and industrial facilities construction, site improvement & utilities projects. Civil Works has the capability to mobilize nationally and depending on requirements and opportunities. Civil Works has employee experience of performing work predominantly for Federal, State and local Governments, but also contracts with private businesses.

Tadweer Plastering Works

  • Rendering
  • Bonding
  • Gypsum and cement-based plastering
  • Plasterboard and skimming work
  • Whether you have a small plastering walls repair or require a room or whole building plastering, our skilled plasterers have the answer.
  • All plastering work is conducted including; coving, cornices, partitions, walls, ceilings, cement rendering, bonding and screeding.
  • All of our plasterers are experts in providing you with a quality finish.

Tadweer Block Works

  • Block of suitable size, Cement, Sand
  • Mark on the surface to establish the wall lines to attain proper layout of block work & maintain mark till the first course is fully laid
  • Scrub & clean with proper tool, the concrete or block work surface where new block work is to be done. Where usage of steel anchor or mesh etc, are specified for bonding block work with concrete, fix the anchors in position so that they are embedded properly in the courses.
  • Before commencing block work, check reference points such as bench mark, lintel level, bed block level, cross beam level etc & be sure where to terminate the top most block course, after the same is studied in detail as stated above.
  • In hot & dry weather the mortar is likely to dry up before it has attained its final set in the block work. This leads to crumbling of mortar and resulting in weak block masonry. This shall be prevented, by keeping the new block work constantly wet, for at least seven days.
  • Other points in block work:
  • In load bearing structures the top layer of block work has to be plastered smooth. (This is to prevent the slab concrete getting attached to the block work thereby causing cracks just one block after the top most layers).The junction of block work with the RCC beam or ceiling must be filled with dry sand or very lean mortar. This is to prevent the cracks afterwards in the wall plastering (due to presence of different materials like block and RCC.
  • To receive lintel or beam in position in the block work, the bearing must be plastered on such blocks without fail.
  • All courses must be truly filled in the joints with mortar (no holes partly or through holes must be seen in the work
  • Water penetration: When a jet of water is allowed on one surface of block work, water should not be seen coming out through the joints on the other side.