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BUILDING MATERIALS (THIRD REVISED EDITION) 5. K. Duggal B.E., M.E., Ph. D. Professor and Head Civil Building Blueprint Reading: Construction. We are often asked to recommend books for estimating. I used these estimating books from Craftsman to compile my estimates for my company. This book teaches the principles of construction estimating while providing the skills required to successfully become a professional estimator. Written in an easy.

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Construction Estimate Book

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The most comprehensive book on the market that covers the fundamental cost estimating principles and processes used in commercial construction today. Using a single case study, the book shows readers how to prepare their estimates and to develop the necessary skills needed to be successful in the construction industry. It covers theory, types of estimates, estimating procedures and contractual aspects as well as providing practical tips on how to estimate. Specifically details the process for developing three separate types of estimates: The book also discusses analysis of subcontractor quotations as well as estimating job site general conditions and company overhead costs; it even includes discussion of negotiated contracts. A comprehensive reference for construction professionals such as cost estimators and project managers. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

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Durability 2. Strength 4. The water cement ratio is first determined at the very first hhour of mixing to meet the requirements of strength and durability 2. Laboratory tests showed that the water-cement content ratio Is the most important consideration in mixing because it deter- mines not only the strength and durability of the concrete but also the workability of the mixture. Fresh concrete shall be workable. That, the hardened concrete shall be strong enough to carry the design load.

That, concrete should be economically produced. Concrete Mixture may be classified as either: a. Designed Mixture 'b. Prescribed Midture Designed Mixture.

Where the contractor Is responsible in establishing the mixture proportion that will achieve the required strength and workability as specified in the plan. Prescribed Mixture. Where the designing engineer specify the mixture proportion.

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Smart home electrical management systems prices that comply with U. Green Building Council standards for energy-efficient upgrades. LED lighting retrofit costs, HEPA central air filtration retrofit costs, heat recovery ventilator central system retrofit costs, storm flood damage repair and prevention costs, mold and dry rot remediation costs, basement HVAC restoration costs, corrosion coating costs, and much more.

All price items include labor, material, and equipment breakouts, plus special charts that tell you exactly how these costs are calculated.

Estimating in Building Construction, 9th Edition

Provides recommended crew sizes; average production rates; exact material, equipment, and labor costs; a total unit cost and a total price including overhead and profit. Separate listings for high- and low-volume builders, so prices shown are specific for any size business. Estimating tips specific to repair and remodeling work to make your bids complete, realistic, and profitable. Book print edition includes free National Estimator download, a stand-alone Windows estimating program for Windows PCs.

An interactive multimedia video that shows how to use the software to compile construction cost estimates is free at www. Revised annually. Includes important variables that can make any building unique from a cost standpoint. A smart resource for adjusters and appraisers using the cost approach.

Quickly work up a reliable budget estimate based on actual materials and design features, class of construction, area, shape, wall height, number of floors, and support requirements. Includes easy-to-use software that calculates total in-place cost estimates.

Use the regional cost adjustment factors provided to tailor the estimate to any jobsite in the U. Then view, print, email or save the detailed PDF report as needed. Book print edition includes free companion software download, a square-foot cost estimating program for Windows PCs. Software includes free quarterly cost data updates during January, April and July.

Provides material costs, manhours per unit, and total installed cost. Explains what you should know to estimate each part of an electrical system.

Shows typical costs and bid prices for fast, medium, and slow work, including material costs per gallon; square feet covered per gallon; square feet covered per manhour; labor, material, overhead, and taxes per square feet; and how much to add for profit.

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