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'This book is an essential key text for undergraduate quantity surveying and construction management students undertaking their first foray into the delights of measurement ' Building Engineer October 2005

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The measurement of building elements is a core subject for all quantity surveying students and this classic text, first published in 1935 under the authorship of Arthur J. Willis, sets down the measurement process from first principles and covers the main building elements. It also considers computerised measurement techniques using standard descriptions.


For the tenth edition greater explanation has been added to the measured examples and a chapter on steel framing has been added. Different approaches to measurement have been included to reflect the use of schedules and spreadsheets in practice including computer data entry.


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It is evident that if a building is divided up into its constituent parts, and the cost of each part can be estimated, an estimate can be compiled for the whole work. Read the first page
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