CESMM4: Examples

CESMM4: Examples

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This book provides a comprehensive range of examples of diagrams and bills of quantities based on Section 8, works classification, of CESMM4. The example bill pages illustrate the application of the rules of measurement in all classes of CESMM4, and compare the different approaches required with specific contracts (e.g. NEC, FIDIC). The diagrams include some helpful short-cuts for engineers and surveyors preparing bills of quantities.

This edition has been published in a larger format to enable the diagrams to be more easily interpreted. CESMM4: Examples will undoubtedly continue the success of previous editions in providing quick easy reference examples of the usage of CESMM4.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 210 x 297 x 10.16mm | 294.84g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 4th edition
  • 0727757598
  • 9780727757593
  • 1,012,683

Table of contents

Contents: Introduction Diagrams General items Ground investigation Geotechnical and other specialist processes Demolition and site clearance Earthworks In situ concrete Concrete ancillaries Precast concrete Pipework - pipes Pipework - fittings and valves Pipework - manholes and pipework ancillaries Pipework - supports and protection, ancillaries to laying and excavation Structural metalwork Miscellaneous metalwork Timber Piles Piling ancillaries Roads and pavings Rail track Tunnels Brickwork, blockwork and masonry Painting Waterproofing Miscellaneous work Sewer and water main renovation and ancillary works Simple building works incidental to civil engineering works
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