By Martin Barnes
This e-book offers a finished diversity of examples of diagrams and debts of amounts in response to part eight, works category, of CESMM3. it's been up to date to supply assurance of using the hot part on water mains upkeep and the thoroughly new classification Z overlaying basic development works incidental to civil engineering works. the instance invoice pages illustrate the applying of the principles of dimension in all 26 sessions of CESMM3. The diagrams contain a few worthwhile brief cuts for engineers and surveyors getting ready debts of amounts.
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3 Obstructions. S. 25 TTT2-. Q415 Pre-boring. m 200 Q445 Number of pile extensions. nr 50 Q455 Length of pile extensions each length not exceeding 3 m. m 75 Q475 Cutting off surplus lengths. m 25 Q700 Obstructions. Q811 Pile tests, maintained loading with various reactions test load: 75 t; to working pile.
TNC; TO STORAGE TANK. 3 0 crTfVm. Commencing Surface 300 mm below Original Surface. 1 Length of corner piles. 2 Length of taper piles. 27 P832 Driven area. 6847 P833 Area of piles of length: not exceeding 14 m; treated with two coats bitumen paint. fi. Cast, in place concrete piles. Q125 Q135 Q155 Q156 Backfilling empty bore with selected excavated material diameter 900 mm. 20 Permanent casings each length not exceeding 13 m, diameter 900 mm diameter pile. 40 Enlarged bases; 2500 mm diameter to 900 mm diameter pile.
Nr 42 Q185 Preparing heads 900 mm diameter. nr 87 Q186 Preparing heads; 1200 mm diameter. nr 42 Mild steel reinforcement to BS 4449. Q211 Q212 Q700 Straight bars, nominal size not exceeding 25 mm. 46,3 Straight bars, nominal size: exceeding 25 mm. 3 Obstructions. S. 25 TTT2-. Q415 Pre-boring. m 200 Q445 Number of pile extensions. nr 50 Q455 Length of pile extensions each length not exceeding 3 m. m 75 Q475 Cutting off surplus lengths. m 25 Q700 Obstructions. Q811 Pile tests, maintained loading with various reactions test load: 75 t; to working pile.