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Authors: Andrew Packer
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Edition: 2nd
ISBN: 9781138838147
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 358
Pub Date: 27/10/2016

Building Measurement, New Rules of Measurement Measurement of buildings is the core skill of the quantity surveyor. It underpins the procurement, management, delivery and subsequent commissioning of a completed building, and must now be completed using New Rules of Measurement 2 (NRM2).

In this much-needed new measurement textbook, measurement of the most common building elements is described using NRM2. Extensive worked examples including fully upto-date hand-drawn diagrams and supporting take-off lists ensure that the reader develops a confidence in their ability to measure using NRM2 in practice.

A practical step-by-step approach is used to explain and interpret the detail of the specific Work Sections of NRM2, covering a broad range of different trades, including mechanical and electrical systems; external works; groundwork; masonry; joinery; and internal finishes.

Presuming no prior knowledge of measurement or NRM2, and fully up to date with current practice, including consideration of Building Information Modelling, this is the ideal text for students of measurement at HND or BSc level, as well as practitioners needing a crash course in how to apply NRM2.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Techniques and Conventions
3. Mensuration
4. Document Production
5. Substructures
6. Masonry Work
7. Concrete Framed Buildings
8. Steel Framed Buildings
9. Structural Timber
10. Roof Coverings
11. Windows, Doors and Standard Joinery
12. Floor, Wall, and Ceiling Finishes, Dry Linings, Internal Partitions and Suspended Ceilings
13. Drainage above Ground, Electrical and Plumbing Installation
14. Drainage below Ground
15. External Works
Appendix I
Appendix II
Appendix III

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