NRM2 is part of a suite of documentation developed by the RICS Quantity Surveying & Construction Professional Group Board. It replaces SMM7, which no longer reflects modern methods of construction or procurement. The main driver in publishing the NRM suite is improving and maintaining standards and is effective from 1st January 2013, with SMM7 being no longer printed or promoted. It is therefore essential that construction professionals in private practice, contracting and sub-contracting organisations involved with the preparation and submission of tender documentation become familiar with NRM2.
Aims & Objectives:
On completion of this course, delegates will be able to:
- Develop an understanding of the rationale behind the NRM suite
- Determine how to select the appropriate NRM2 clauses
- Apply NRM2 to practical measurement examples
- Examine the important differences between SMM7 and NRM2
- Understand the impact on pricing contract documentation based on NRM2
- To understand the drivers of the RICS NRM initiative
- To understand the principle differences between SMM7 and NRM2
- To be able to interpret the requirements of NRM2
- To be able to apply NRM2 measurement rules to a number of important work sections
- To be confident in the preparation of contract documentation when using NRM2
- Overview of RICS NRM Suite (NRM1/2/3)
- NRM2’s place in the New Rules of Measurement Suite
- NRM2 Structure and use
- Differences between NRM2 and SMM7
- Practical examples for NRM2 major work sections
Mode of Delivery:
- Individual Exercises
- Visual Aids
- Open Workshop
- Feedback Activity
- Final Assessment
Benefits of Attending:
To become familiar with the new rules of measurement for the preparation of contract documentation.
Construction professionals in private practice, contracting and sub-contracting organisations involved with the preparation and submission of tender documentation.
An understanding of measuring quantities using SMM7.
A copy of RICS New Rules of Measurement NRM2 (Downloadable free for RICS members from the RICS website)
Testimonials – what our clients say...
A clear explanation of measuring changes between SMM & NRM. Good course & content, very informative.