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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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The first phase of this project, at Ea agla Electric, commenced in June and includes components for purchase and inventory management, accounting and financing, payroll, human resources, project management and budget, sub-contracts and allowances, sales contracts and executive allowances, unit price analyses, bills of quantities (BOQ), bid and tender management, customer relations management (CRM), business intelligence and IFS mobile applications.
Under Lot 1: Construction of utilities - the second stage related to SMIS project 15330 will be performed: two gabion retaining walls - total length 400 m, concrete ditches 30/37 - total length of 3404 m, footbridges of access to properties with a length of 4 meters - 136 pieces, bridges cross prefabricated type P2 with a length of 8 meters - 2 pieces and culverts on side roads with a length of 6 meters - 14 pieces, all on Street Road deacon, and road systems and bridges to access 15 square yards - 225 total pieces on the streets Glodeni 1 Glodeni 2 DC8 Union and Drum Maluri, according to specifications and bills of quantities that are part of the tender documentation.
Engineers must prepare precise drawings, bills of quantities, and specifications at the tendering stage, and avoid 'fine print'.
His topics include a practical introduction to measurement, reinforced concrete frames, pitched roofs, domestic plumbing, electrical services, and preparing bills of quantities.
Specialising in traditional quantity surveying, Wayne and his team produce detailed bills of quantities for the public and private sector.