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CESMM4 Revised: Examples provides a comprehensive range of sample bills of quantities, based on Section 8, Work Classification, of the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM).
This new edition has been fully updated to reflect the changes and new material contained within CESMM4 Revised. The numerous examples of bills of quantities illustrate the application of the rules of measurement in all 26 classes of work. They provide a guide to the layout and style of bills and bill items compiled using CESMM4 Revised.
CESMM4 Revised: Examples builds upon the success of previous editions, providing quick, easy to reference examples of the usage of CESMM. It is an invaluable companion for anyone who needs to prepare bills of quantities in civil engineering work.
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Having worked with ICE, FIDIC and NEC forms of contracts on projects around the globe for over 30 years, I would point out in an age where universities are turning out commercial managers and quantity surveyors that cannot measure, such a publication is vital to allow them to develop skills, understand what is covered by an item in the bill of quantities, and how to correctly measure the said item. Similarly, pricing items in the bill of quantities required the estimator to understand the resources that will be utilised to deliver the said item of work and also spot for variances between specifications, drawings and the bill of quantities, this book—in conjunction with the handbook—will help this.
The publication is an extremely useful resource and any civil engineering surveyor dealing with commercial matters should have their own copy or access to a copy through an employer's resource library.
Sean Sullivan Gibbs BSc LLM FCInstCES FRICS FCIOB
3. Example Bills of Quantities
Class A: General items
Class B: Ground investigation
Class C: Geotechnical and other specialist processes
Class D: Demolition and site clearance
Class E: Earthworks
Class F: In situ concrete
Class G: Concrete ancillaries
Class H: Precast concrete
Class I: Pipework: pipes
Class J: Pipework: fittings and valves
Class K: Pipework: manholes and pipework ancillaries
Class L: Pipework: supports and protection, ancillaries to laying and excavation 51
Class M: Structural metalwork
Class N: Miscellaneous metalwork
Class O: Timber
Class P: Piles
Class Q: Piling ancillaries
Class R: Roads and pavings
Class S: Rail track
Class T: Tunnels
Class U: Brickwork, blockwork and masonry
Class V: Painting
Class W: Waterproofing
Class X: Miscellaneous work
Class Y: Sewer and water main renovation and ancillary works
Class Z: Simple building works incidental to civil engineering works
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