Scope of Civil Engineering Works and Method of Measurement

  • Ivor H. Seeley
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Abstract

it is considered desirable to commence by defining some of the terms which are extensively employed in the ‘measurement’ of civil engineering works, in order that their meaning and purpose shall be generally understood. The term ‘measurement’ covers both (i) ‘taking-off’ dimensions by scaling or reading from drawings and entering them in a recognised form on specially ruled paper, called ‘dimension paper’ (illustrated on page 82, Chapter 4), and (ii) the actual measurement of the work, as executed, on the site.

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References

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    Standard Method of Measurement of Civil Engineering Quantities (1953 edition, reprinted in 1963 and metric addendum added in 1968)issued by the Institution of Civil EngineersGoogle Scholar
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    Standard Method of Measurement of Building Works Fifth Edition, metric, July 1968,issued by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the National Federation of Building Trades EmployersGoogle Scholar
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    Code for the Measurement of Building Works in Small Dwellings (Second Edition metric, 1968). (R.I.C.S.)Google Scholar
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    Estimating for Building and Public Works B. Price Davies (Building Estimator Publications). Estimating for Building and Civil Engineering Works Spence Geddes (Newnes)Google Scholar
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    Building Quantities Explained, S.I. edition, 1970, Ivor H. Seeley (Macmillan)Google Scholar

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© Ivor H. Seeley 1965

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ivor H. Seeley
    • 1
  1. 1.Trent PolytechnicNottinghamUK

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