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CESMM4: Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement


Price: £ 70.00

ISBN: 9780727757517
Format: Paperbound
Publish Date: 23/04/2012
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Page Size: 297x210mm
Number of Pages: 136

CESMM4: Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement


The Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement – CESMM – has been well established for over 35 years as the standard for the preparation of bills of quantities in civil engineering work. This muchanticipated fourth edition, CESMM4, brings the method into line with changes in industry practices and extends its usages into all new areas.

CESMM4 does not require any new learning or changes to business practices. This edition, which has been updated to incorporate all the newest technologies and is contract neutral for the first time, can be used across contract suites including with NEC, FIDIC and ICC.

Without the limitations on the form of contract or the National Standards, CESMM4 is the most accessible and vital edition to date, essential for all civil engineering and construction projects across the world.



Section 1. Definitions

Section 2. General principles

Section 3. Application of the work classification

Section 4. Coding and numbering of items

Section 5. Preparation of the Bill of Quantities

Section 6. Completion, pricing and use of the Bill of Quantities

Section 7. Method-related charges

Section 8. Work classification

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