CESMM4: Carbon & Price Book 2013

Author(s): ICE, Mott MacDonald and BRE
ISBN: 9780727758125
Publication Date: 24 June 2013
Stock level: Low stock

£205.75

Format:Paperback
Publication status: Published
Publisher:ICE Publishing
Page size:297x210mm
Number of pages:634
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CESMM4 Carbon and Price Book has been compiled using the very latest update of the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM4). The Price Book incorporates the newest technologies without the limitations of the form of contract or the…



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Product code: 9780727758125

CESMM4 Carbon and Price Book has been compiled using the very latest update of the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM4). The Price Book incorporates the newest technologies without the limitations of the form of contract or the National Standards. CESMM4 updates are reflected throughout each section within the Price Book. Additionally the extent, depth and layout of vital information within the publication ensures that you can quickly and confidently achieve rapid responses to estimate requests, accurate replies to tender submissions and efficient contract administration. The continuation of embodied carbon values provides an important understanding of the carbon cost of your projects, allowing you to compile tenders with a genuinely competitive edge and realistically assess the carbon impact of your standard working practices.

CESMM4 Carbon and Price Book remains the most up-to-date source of price information available for the civil engineering industry.

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CESMM4: Carbon & Price Book 2013

Author(s): ICE, Mott MacDonald and BRE
ISBN: 9780727758125
£205.75

CESMM4 Carbon and Price Book has been compiled using the very latest update of the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM4). The Price Book incorporates the newest technologies without the limitations of the form of contract or the…