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Code of Estimating Practice

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ISBN-10: 1405129719

ISBN-13: 9781405129718

Edition: 7th 2009 (Revised)

Authors: The Chartered Institute of Building

List price: $105.00
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This essential document has been completely updated to give the principles and procedures in the production of an estimate and its conversion to a tender, as well as what is considered to be best practice for those in the industry.
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Book details

List price: $105.00
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/20/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 8.30" wide x 11.70" long x 0.40" tall
Weight: 1.166
Language: English

Principles including flow charts (including risk management0. current charts are process-oriented these should be incorporated into Process Section
Contract Types diagrammatic presentation of contract formats to distinguish between types, application and use
Project appreciation
Initial Review (24 hr overview of tendering, checking validity and decisions to tender pre-qualification process)
Design Review packaging job gap analysis Q&A exercises)
Site Investigation
Clients requirements method statements CDM Regulations selection criteria
Project planning and programming tender programme
External Planning engaging consultants
Internal Planning (design & build, confidentiality re: bill sharing and breaches of tendering regulations)
Cost estimate
Unit rates
Sub-contract prices
Project overheads
Provisional sums
Contractor design
Other approaches Operational estimating Analytical estimating
Compliance Technical Commercial
Tender settlement
Estimators report and risks associated with this
Settlement anticipated margin and tender figure
Tender submission Tender strategy and examples Non-compliant tenders Alternative tenders time/cost method - European Union rules and regulations Clarifications/Qualifications
Post-tender activities
Handover to delivery team
Period for acceptance of tendering
Feedback on tender results/performance
Cost planning
Cost planning
Whole life-cycle cost planning (construction) sustainability adding
Approximate quantities/estimating
Contractual arrangements
Large projects
D&B lump sum
Changes to process
Risks (for each contract)
Package bids relating to specialist contractors
Management cost plus
Hybrid partnering arrangements
Receipt of information
Data Protection Act
E-bidding processes