An introduction and analysis of CESMM4 Classes A, E, F, G. The delegates will be introduced to all the above classes of CESMM4 and gain an in-depth understanding of each class. They will also expand on this new knowledge by undertaking worked measurement practical examples.
Aims & Objectives:
Each delegate should come away with a working knowledge of CESMM4 Classes A, E, F, G. They should also be able to apply this knowledge by being able to measure/take off civil engineering drawings in accordance with the above classes of CESMM4
On completion of this course, delegates will be able to apply CESMM4 to a range of civil engineering situations including the following:
- Class A – General items (preliminaries).
- Class E – Earthworks.
- Class F – In situ concrete
- Class G – Concrete ancillaries
Fundamental Principles of Civil Engineering Measurement:
- General principles;
- Application of Work Classification;
- Coding & numbering of items;
- Preparation of BoQ (includes production of Preamble);
- Completion, Pricing and use of BoQ;
- Method related charges;
- Work classification.
Class A CESSM4: General Items
- Contractual requirements
- Specified requirements
- Method – Related Charges
- Provisional sums
- Nominated Sub-contracts
Measurement Process Principles Recap. - Traditional Measurement Process
- Traditional Measurement Process & Preparation of BoQ
Class E, F & G CESMM4: Earthworks, In Situ Concrete and Concrete Ancillaries.
- Introduction to Class E, F & G CESMM4.
- Delegate exercise 1 – take off / measurement of reinforced concrete wall in accordance with Class E, F and G of CESMM4
Mode of Delivery:
- Initial Assessment
- Question and answer sessions
- Individual Exercises
- Open Workshops
- Feedback Activity
Professionals working in the civil engineering industry such as engineers, project managers, contract managers and quantity surveyors
It would be useful if delegates familiarised themselves with CESMM4 prior to the training.