The Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement - CESMM has been well-established for 15 years as the standard for the preparation of bills of quantities in civil engineering work. This third edition, CESMM3, brings the method into line with changes in industry practices and extends its usage into several new areas. The main changes are: amendments to bring CESMM3 into line with the ICE Conditions of Contract, 6th edition the standard method of measurement for water mains renovation has been included to cater for the needs of users who found that this activity was not satisfactorily catered for in CESMM2 a series of amendments to bring CESMM3 into line with recent developments, such as changes in British Standards a completely new class, class Z, has been included to provide users with the ability to specify a simple building works incidental to civil engineering works within a CESMM bill without having to resort to the use of a building method of measurement CESMM3 has been produced under the auspices of the ICE's CESMM Review Panel with the drafting carried out by a team from Coopers a Lybrand under the leadership of Dr Martin Barnes. E C Harris: Quantity Surveying provided the proposals which formed the basis of Class Z.This third edition, CESMM3, brings the method into line with changes in industry practices and extends its usage into several new areas.
|Author||:||Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain)|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Telford - 1991-01-01|