Foreword 1. Introduction to Estimating Construction Work 2. The Nature of Costs in Construction 3. Early Contractor Involvement in Tendering Procedures 4. The Stages of Development of Construction Projects 5. Estimating Techniques at Inception and Design Stages 6. Estimating Techniques at Design Completion 7. Conversion of a Contractor's Estimate 8. The Construction Stage 9. Other Costs Applicable to Construction Work References and Further Reading
Brian Greenhalgh FRICS FCIOB FQSi is a contract manager currently engaged by a major client organisation in the MENA region. He was formerly a principal lecturer in quantity surveying and construction project management at Liverpool John Moores University with responsibility for postgraduate programmes in quantity surveying and construction project management.
"This latest book is a recent addition to explain the importance of estimating and is a welcomed contribution." - Ronald McCaffer, www.mccaffer.com
"I would recommend this book to any student on quantity surveying and building degrees who have to get to grips with estimating. Get cost understanding right and the rest all falls into place." - Geoffrey Hodgson, University of Loughborough