quantity survey

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quantity survey

An appraisal method used to calculate the reproduction cost of a structure by quantifying all materials,labor and overhead necessary to reproduce it.
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Project documentation and bill of quantities is an integral part of this documentation.
bill of quantities" and in the project documentation, which is annex 5 tender documents "Annex 5
The subject of the public contract is the preparation of project design documentation for building permit and project documentation of the construction including the budget and bill of quantities, including all accompanying activities (survey of the area of interest, possible induced relocation of utilities, adjustment of street gullies and public lighting, etc.).Furthermore, the subject of the public contract is to discuss the elaborated project documentation for building proceedings with the affected state administration bodies, administrators of utilities and to modify the documentation according to their requirements and to perform the author%s supervision of the construction of the Plzensk - Poln roundabout - Ke Kasrnum, Marinsk Lzne.
development of project and estimate documentation together with authors supervision (technical specification of performance and acceptance of construction works, bill of quantities, investment cost estimate and all necessary arrangements for obtaining a building permit) modernization of rooms located on the first floor of building a of the provincial specialist hospital in of the blessed virgin mary in czestochowa at pck 7 street to create the internal department.
Tenders are invited for the Contractor%s obligation (1) to prepare the construction documentation (hereinafter referred to as "PCB"), including a list of work with the bill of quantities and the budget for the construction called "MO Brno
The material scope of the task being the subject of the tender is described in detail in the project documentation, technical specification of the workmanship and acceptance of works, and the bill of quantities. Possible catalog items are given only to facilitate the preparation of calculations - their use for valuation is not obligatory.