bill of quantities


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bill of quantities

n
(Surveying) a document drawn up by a quantity surveyor providing details of the prices, dimensions, etc, of the materials required to build a large structure, such as a factory
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Tenders shall be submitted to the group / s of procurement, for all the items in the manner as defined in the Bill of Quantities.
Given the diversity of the work envisaged, the bill of quantities should be regarded as a slip whose unit prices must be fixed by contractors except some global positions whose amount is set by ~ Administration, as the reserved amount (X9100 post) and the sum reserved for setting CET (D9100).
Award criteria : The most economically advantageous tender in terms of the criteria stated below : Price benefits, noted on 10, tried to look estimated quantitative details public bill of quantities (5 points and bill of quantities mystery about 5) points: 70% - document transmission time, recorded on 10, judged against transmission delays STIP (2.