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Sets out general principles and rules for preparing schedules of quantities. Building trades are included, so that building works forming part of a civil engineering contract can be covered. The Standard deals in detail with site investigation, site clearance and demolition, excavation and filling, dredging, piling and caissons, roads and paving, railway track work, concrete, brickwork and blockwork, structural steel and metalwork, carpentry, roofing and wall cladding, sheetmetal work and plumbing, water mains, sewerage and drainage, electrical conduits, engineering services, plastering, paving and tiling, glazing and painting.
 

Document History

  1. AS 1181-1982

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    Method of measurement of civil engineering works and associated building works

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  2. AS 1181-1971


    Method of measurement of civil engineering quantities (metric units)

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  3. AS A154-1967


    Method of measurement of civil engineering quantities

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