By Martin Barnes
This e-book presents a entire variety of examples of diagrams and accounts of amounts according to part eight, works class, of CESMM3. it's been up to date to supply assurance of the use of the recent part on water mains protection and the thoroughly new category Z masking basic development works incidental to civil engineering works. the instance invoice pages illustrate the appliance of the principles of size in all 26 periods of CESMM3. The diagrams contain a few invaluable brief cuts for engineers and surveyors getting ready money owed of amounts.
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5 m. 5 - 1 m. 5 m. 5 - 1 m. 2 m. 45 m. m2 41 G651 PVC centre bulb waterstop; 100 mm wide. m 38 G652 PVC centre bulb waterstop/ 175 mm wide. m 110 G653 Rubber centre bulb waterstop; 225 mm wide. 1 Rubber centre bulb waterstop; 400 mm wide. 2 Rubber centre bulb waterstop; 4 50 mm wide. 1 Rebate sealed with 25 x 25 mm Plastic or similar approved. m 125 Rebate sealed with 25 x 25 mm Plastijoint or similar approved. 5 m centres as detail E drawing 137/25. nr 128 Sleeved and capped dowels; 25 mm diameter by 300 mm mild steel bars at 1 m centres as detail E drawing 137/25.
M3 170 Excavation for foundations maximum depth: 1 - 2 m; around pile shafts. m3 23 Hand excavation for foundations maximum depth: 1 - 2 m; Commencing Surface underside of blinding of outfall. m3 15 General excavation E415 Topsoil maximum depth 2 - 5 m. m3 153 E425 Maximum depth 2 - 5 m. m3 17350 E435 Rock maximum depthi 2 ~ 5 m, m3 750 E444 Mass concrete exposed at the Commencing Surface maximum depth: 1 - 2 m. m3 53 •Reinforced concrete not exposed at the Commencing Surface maximum depth: 1 - 2 m.
Excavation ancillaries. E523 Preparation of Excavated rock surfaces. 576 E524 Preparation of excavated surfaces; mass concrete. 1 Disposal of excavated material. 2 Disposal of material excavated by dredging. 10971 E542 Double handling of excavated material. 10350 E560 Excavation of material below the Final Surface and replacement with grade B granular material. 1000 E570 Timber supports left in. 300 E580 Metal supports left in. 500 E613 Filling to structures. 527 E624 Filling to embankments, selected excavated material other than topsoil or rock.
CESMM3 examples by Martin Barnes