Spon's Civil Engineering and Highway Works Price Book 2011

1st Edition

Davis Langdon

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Spon Press
Published September 30, 2010
Reference - 752 Pages
ISBN 9781482266733 - CAT# KE27835

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Summary

SPON'S CIVIL ENGINEERING AND HIGHWAY WORKS PRICE BOOK 2011 provides a comprehensive work manual for the industry. It gives costs for both general and civil engineering works and highway works, and shows a full breakdown of labour, plant and material elements, with labour rates updated in line with the latest CIJC wage agreement.

In this 24th edition, assumptions on overheads and profits and on preliminaries have been kept low, labour rates have been adjusted, manufactured goods prices are rising faster than previously predicted, steel products, structural sections and reinforcement show steady rises in price, bridge bearing prices have risen significantly.

Structured to comply with CESMM3 and MMHW, the book includes prices and rates covering the key items that make a general civil or highway construction project – from compressors to contracts and damp proofing to dams. In a time when it is essential to gain 'competitive advantage' in an increasingly congested market, this price book provides instant-access cost information and is a one-stop reference containing tables, formulae, technical information and professional advice.

Buyers of this 2011 edition can make a free internet download of SPON'S CIVIL ENGINEERING AND HIGHWAY WORKS price data, which will run to the end of 2011 and:

  • produce estimate and tender documents
  • generate priced or unpriced schedules
  • adjust rates and data and enter rogue items
  • export schedules into Excel
  • carry out an index search

This year, for the first time, the resources include a versatile and powerful ebook.

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