CESMM 3 Explained by Bryan SpainCESMM 3 Explained by Bryan Spain

CESMM 3 Explained

byBryan Spain

Hardcover | December 31, 1990

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CESSM 3 Explained provides a detailed and highly illustrated guide to the use of the new civil engineering standard methods of measurements.
Title:CESMM 3 ExplainedFormat:HardcoverDimensions:544 pages, 7 × 9.99 × 1.24 inPublished:December 31, 1990Publisher:Taylor and Francis

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ISBN - 10:0419177000

ISBN - 13:9780419177005

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Table of Contents

Preface. Introduction. Part 1: General. General principles of measurement. CESMM 3: How it works. Part 2: Classification tables. Class A: General terms. Class B: Ground investigation. Class C: Geotechnical and other specialist processes. Class D: Demolition and site clearance. Class E: Earthworks. Class F: In situ concrete. Class G: Concrete ancillaries. Class H: Precast concrete. Class I: Pipework - pipes. Class J: Pipework - fittings and valves. Class K: Pipework - manholes and pipework ancillaries. Class L: Pipework - supports and protection, ancillaries to laying and excavation. Class M: Structural metal work. Class N: Miscellaneous metal work. Class O: Timber. Class P: Piles. Class Q: Piling ancillaries. Class R: Roads and pavings. Class S: Rail track. Class T: Tunnels. Class U: Brickwork, blockwork and masonry. Class V: Painting. Class W: Waterproofing. Class X: Miscellaneous work. Class Y: Sewer and water main renovation and ancillary works. Class Z: Simple building works incidental to civil engineering works. Part 3: Appendices. Worked example - pumping station 1. Worked example - pumping station 2. Worked example - retaining wall. Worked example - road. Worked example - reinforcement. Worked example - small building. Mensuration and useful data. Index.