Estimating and bidding for heavy construction
Author: BARTHOLOMEW StuartLanguage: Anglais
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404 p. · 21.6x29.2 cm · Paperback
- 1. Preliminary Considerations.
2. Horizontal Format: The Method of Cost Expression.
3. The Vertical Estimate Format.
4. The Quantity Takeoff.
5. Setting Up the Estimate.
6. Pricing Out the Direct Cost Estimate.
7. Drill-and-Blast Operations.
8. Mass Diagrams.
9. Load-and-Haul, Spread, and Compact Operations.
10. Concrete Operations.
11. The Indirect Cost.
12. Equipment Adjustment and Determination of Equipment Mobilization and Demobilization Costs.
13. Pricing the Bid Form for Schedule-of-Bid-Item Bids.
- Costs-Detailed explanation of the various kinds of costs incurred by heavy construction contractors, and of the manner in which these costs are typically displayed horizontally in the cost estimate.
- Gives students sufficient background on a very practical topic.
- The vertical format of a bid estimate-Discusses in detail heavy construction contractor's bid estimate totaling to the final intended bid figure.
- Gives students an understanding of considerations that are very different and more complex than related issues in other types of construction
- The problems associated with the quantity take off process-Emphasizes
the relationship of quantity take off to the particular work plan and means and methods selected by the contractor for the performa