A multi-story working from the point of view of an auxiliary designer is portrayed as a lone structure by the ethic of its tallness, is beset in such a way by the powers of wind or quake, to a degree that they mimic its skeletal plan. Most standard square exterior development contains a heap bearing dividers of either wooden or steel studs, or strong stone work units with block units as completed dividers. One can state that the blocks are working as somewhat more than 4″ of paint. In an essential block system, the block fills in as both an auxiliary framework and outside completing face. Using blocks in both the building’s outside and inside structure exploits of its stone work quality, as well as, in the building’s connecting with appearance and other characteristic regards. Blocks, are crude components in the development of the building, which envelop dirt bearing soil, sand, lime or solid materials, despite the fact that they can vary in endless classes, sizes, organizations and properties. In any case, the three most noticeable properties that a block should get the job done are – quality, retention and climate protection. In the event that these elements are fulfilled, blocks make a significant solid material for brick work development.
Thebricks employed in this project is of cellular light weight concrete blocks(CLC blocks). Cellular lightweight concrete blocks are then catalogued in 3grades such as Grade A, Grade B, Grade C. The comparison between the cellularlight weight concrete blocks and the conventional red bricks is based on the analysisof a residential building. The density of cellular light weight concrete blocksare comparatively lower than the conventional burnt clay bricks and even theyare absorptive, nontoxic, reusable, regenerative and can be recycled. Hence inhigh rise residential buildings, cellular lightweight concrete blocks are used asa reinstatement to the conventional burnt clay bricks. Considering howlightweight these blocks are, there is a decrease on dead load which acts onthe structure, making it lighter to a large extent. The structure beingtenuous, there will be a cutback in the reinforcement, reduction in the size ofthe member, decrement in the concrete and also by using these blocks the use ofcoarse sand for plastering purpose becomes counterproductive. All these factorscombined together will produce a competent and cost-effective structure.