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2010 15TH EDITION 2010

WESSEX SMM7 ESTIMATING PRICE BOOK

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CONTENTS Wessex SMM7 Building Price Book


Section Title
Preface Acknowledgments Index Memoranda Professional Services Information Daywork Introduction Preliminaries / General Conditions Existing site / buildings / services Groundwork In-situ concrete / Large precast concrete Masonry Structural / Carcassing metal / timber Cladding / covering Waterproofing Linings / Sheathing / Dry partitioning Windows / Doors / Stairs Surface finishes Furniture / Equipment Building fabric sundries Paving / planting / Fencing / Site furniture Disposal Systems Piped supply systems Mechanical heating / Cooling / Refrigeration Systems Ventilation / Air conditioning systems Electrical supply / power / lighting systems Communications / Security / Control systems Transport Systems Mechanical and electrical services measurement BCIS quarterly Building Costs per Sq Metre Approximate Estimating Basic Material Prices I A C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Z

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IA
INTRODUCTION BCIS WESSEX SMM7 BUILDING PRICE BOOK 15th Edition IA GENERAL

INTRODUCTION IA

001 Basis of Pricing 002 The aim of this database is to provide Building Contractors and Consultants with a comprehensive GUIDE to the current (net cost) unit prices for building work whilst enabling the user to check and ensure that his selected rates are competitive. 003 The prices are based upon a building of two or three storeys of the Administrative or Recreational type, such as Offices, Libraries, Community Centres and Sports Halls. Architect designed and supervised with a tender price in the range 750,000 - 1,500,000, providing reasonable quantities of work in all trades. 004 This database has been created on a nationally averaged 'best price' basis. For an indication of regional differentials, please refer to sub-section IF - 'Regional Variations'. These factors should be considered if local rates of labour and material are not known at the time of estimating. 005 The database prices represent the net cost of labour, plant and materials, WITHOUT additions for site overheads (examples of which are shown separately in section B - Preliminaries) and WITHOUT additions for off-site office overheads or profit, as such additions fluctuate with market conditions and company policy 006 Prices for work which is normally executed under the Builder's direct control, whether employing in-house labour or labour only sub-contractors, are broken down into 'Net Labour', 'Net Plant' and 'Net Materials', with the aggregate of these separate prices given in bold type under the heading of 'NET UNIT PRICE'. 007 Work normally undertaken by specialist sub-contract firms has been priced by specialist firms and the prices given are total 'Net Unit Prices' inclusive of labour, plant, materials and the specialists' overheads and profit. The prices are inclusive of 2.5% cash discount to the Builder but are exclusive of the Builder's own overheads and profit, general and special attendance. 008 It must be stressed that the prices in the book are GUIDE prices. Quotations for materials and specialists' work should be obtained for particular projects if keen, competitive rates are to be established. 009 Regional price variations, qualities and quantities of materials and work, availability of skilled labour, location of sites and individual project requirements all have a bearing on prices for building work. 010 Descriptions 011 The order and descriptions of work items generally follow those within the Seventh Edition of the Standard Method of Measurement for Building Works (1998 revision), but the Database has been structured for utilisation with any Standard Method. 012 Value Added Tax 013 The prices exclude Value Added Tax. IB BASIC MATERIAL PRICES

001 Base date of prices 002 The supply prices of materials, as shown in 'Basic Prices of Materials' at the beginning of each work section were current during the second quarter of 2009. 003 Trade and quantity discounts 004 The supply prices of materials generally are Trade prices for full loads delivered to site. 005 Waste factors 006 The percentages added to materials are generally for waste in use, but these are enhanced for such materials as cement, sand, plaster, etc. for general handling losses. 007 Unloading Costs 008 Where applicable, the cost of site labour and plant in unloading materials has been shown separately and added to the delivered supply prices. Surcharges for returnable crates and pallets have been excluded from the supply prices of the materials. IC PLANT COSTS

001 Plant hire charges are applicable to the second quarter of 2009 and are typical rates obtained from plant hire companies. The hire charges for plant show hourly rates which have been calculated, based upon WEEKLY hire charges. At the time of publication prices for plant hire were very competitive and Contractors are advised to obtain competitive quotations at the time of preparing tenders. 002 Idle time 003 Allowances have been made against the hire charges to allow for idle or standing time so that the hourly constants shown in the build-up of prices are for the actual working time of the plant. 004 Operators 005 Where weekly hire charges for mechanical equipment are exclusive of operators, the costs of operators are shown separately and are calculated in accordance with the build-up of labour rates shown in Sub-Section ID. 006 Daily or hourly hire charges for mechanical equipment are inclusive of operators where indicated. 007 Fuel etc. 008 The hire charges for mechanical equipment exclude the provision of fuel but include maintenance and services charges. Unit rate build-ups include for fuel costs. ID LABOUR COSTS

001 Format 002 Labour costs have been calculated in accordance with the recommendations of the Code of Estimating Practice published by the Chartered Institute of Building.

Section 6 Page 1

PREFACE
PREFACE BCIS WESSEX SMM7 ESTIMATING PRICE BOOK 15TH EDITION Preface to the 15th edition The unit rates in this, the latest edition of the BCIS Wessex SMM7 Estimating Price Book, are compiled from over 500,000 price elements. Each unit rate and element has been compiled to reflect the realistic and competitive pricing levels predominant within the industry; the latest materials and specifications have been incorporated where applicable. The latest available amendments to Professional information, Average Building Prices, Town and Country Planning Regulations Fees for Applications and Deemed Applications, Building Regulations Prescribed fees etc. and Cost Limits and Allowances, reproduced by kind permission of the Professional and Public Bodies, have been incorporated. Information and guidance has also been included with regard to land fill tax and land decontamination. Users' attention is drawn to the fact that all prices in the BCIS Wessex SMM7 Estimating Price Book exclude VAT and also exclude overhead allowances and profit. MATERIAL PRICES Material prices used in this book are based on National average best trade prices. The base date used for these materials costs is 1st July 2009. LABOUR RATES The SMM7 Estimating Price Book is based on the Construction Industry Joint Council wage agreement. The wage rates agreed by the Joint Industry Board for Plumbing and Mechanical Engineering Services in England and Wales have been used where applicable. PLUS RATES No allowance has been made within the labour prices for plus rates. However, if local economic circumstances dictate that such enhancements are appropriate, then a "plus rate" may be easily introduced into the calculation. This philosophy applies to CIJC, BATJIC and the JIBPMES wage rate calculations. We would recommend that users study the introduction, Section IB, to familiarise themselves with the basis for pricing this year. PARTNERING FOR EXCELLENCE The arrival of the decade, and the millennium, sees the start of a new working partnership between BCIS and EC Harris, who share many beliefs and ideals in the provision of quality information and service to all our clients. EC Harris LLP EC Harris is an international consultancy, acting as trusted advisors to clients, in planning and executing strategies that optimise the construction, operation, use and ownership of built assets.

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In this Edition EC Harris have assisted BCIS with items on Land Decontamination Costs (see Section 6 page 7) and Asbestos in Buildings (see Section 8 page 1). The partnership will bring extended valuable information in future publications. N.P Barnett BSc (Hons) Information Services and Cost Resource Manager BCIS

BASIC PRICES

Basic Prices of Materials


BASIC PRICES OF MATERIALS DEMOLITIONS C0104 C0102 C0103 C0113 C0116 C0117 C0135 High yield round steel bars in standard lengths 8 mm 12 mm 16 mm Precast reinforced concrete lintels: 150 x 140 mm 215 x 215 mm 327.5 x 215 mm Natural aggregate concrete blocks: 75 mm thick solid Air bricks: PVCu; louvred hole pattern: 225 x 75 mm 225 x 150 mm Ashlar masonry stone P.C. Ashlar masonry stone 150 x 75 mm Reconstructed stone sill P.C. 200 x 75 mm Reconstructed stone sill P.C. Burlington blue/grey slates type 1 - patterns of uniform length and width: blanks for special sizes Marley concrete roof tiles: trough valley tiles bonnet hip tiles vertical angle tiles Asbestos free cement roof sheets, 3050 mm long: standard 3 standard 6 standard 3 coloured standard 6 coloured Drive screws 7.7 x 120 mm Hook bolts M8 x 180 mm Sela washers and Selacaps Aluminium alloy slate nails 65 mm Galvanised wire nails 65 mm Bitumen felt roofing, BS 747: Aquafelt, type IB; 20 x 1 m roll x 36 kg Aquafelt, mineral surfaced, type IE; 10 x 1 m roll x 38 kg (Green) Glastex, fine sand finish; 20 x 1 m roll x 36 kg Thermaweld aluminium faced polyester base, 10 m x 1 m roll Thermoglass, type 3B; 20 x 1 m roll x 36 kg Glastex SBS Green; 10 x 1 m roll x 30 kg Gritting compound (25 litre drum) Limestone chippings Lead flashings, BS 1190, 6 m rolls: code 4 code 5 code 6 Solder stick 0.55 mm Copper flashings 0.60 mm Zinc flashings Flashband flashing strip, 12.5 m rolls: 150 mm wide 300 mm wide 450 mm wide IKOpro protective black bitumen paint Corrugated galvanised steel roofing, 24 gauge 3048 x 610 mm (net) Translucent PVC corrugated roofing, 1.02 mm 3050 x 762 mm (overall) (647.6 coverage) Wrought softwood: 25 mm square edge boarding 32 mm square edge boarding 25 mm tongued and grooved boarding 32 mm tongued and grooved boarding 18 mm chipboard flooring, sanded Sawn softwood carcassing timber 6 x 150 mm asbestos free cement board 6 x 300 mm asbestos free cement board Piecing out materials, glue, screws, nails, wood Wrought softwood: PAR timber in sundry scantling sizes 25 x 50 mm dado rail, moulded 25 x 75 mm dado rail, moulded 19 x 100 mm skirting, bullnosed Section 31 Page 10

Supply Price

Waste Factor %

Unload. Labour

Unload. Plant

Total Unit Cost

Unit

0.32 0.71 1.26 24.91 66.92 85.00 5.15

2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 5%

1.09 2.50 3.81 -

0.32 0.73 1.29 26.00 69.42 88.81 5.41

m m m m m m m2

C0146 C0147 C0164 C0165 C0166 C0167 C0176 C0188 C0186 C0187 C0191 C0192 C0193 C0194 C0195 C0196 C0197 C0198 C0199 C0201 C0202 C0203 C0204 C0205 C0206 C0207 C0208 C0209 C0210 C0211 C0212 C0213 C0214 C0215 C0216 C0217 C0218 C0219 C0220

0.98 1.96 2000.00 2000.00 60.00 76.00 92.70 7.87 3.81 3.81 29.00 39.00 35.00 46.00 0.12 0.42 0.10 5.22 2.68 22.52 24.48 22.52 182.00 22.52 24.48 33.32 38.35 28.57 36.83 43.91 8.24 10.65 17.38 31.73 51.09 72.78 6.89 25.32 28.78

5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 10% 10% 5% 10% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 10% 10% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 10% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 2.5% 10% 2.5% 2.5%

21.78 21.78 0.33 0.54 0.33 0.54 0.39 0.41 0.39 0.41 0.39 0.30 0.22 10.89 0.15 0.22 0.27 0.03 0.05 0.33 0.11

0.98 1.96 2021.78 2122.87 60.00 76.00 95.02 8.07 3.91 3.91 30.06 40.53 36.21 47.70 0.14 0.46 0.11 5.74 2.95 24.06 26.13 24.06 191.53 24.06 26.02 36.89 54.16 29.44 37.98 45.28 9.06 10.95 17.87 32.52 52.37 74.60 7.58 26.29 29.61

nr nr m3 m3 m m m2 nr nr nr nr nr nr nr nr nr nr 1000 1000 roll roll roll roll roll roll nr tonne m2 m2 m2 nr m2 m2 nr nr nr ltr nr nr

C0231 C0232 C0233 C0234 C0235 C0236 C0254 C0255 C0249 C0246 C0237 C0238 C0239

11.12 14.79 11.91 17.27 4.23 268.00 1.92 3.84 0.25 567.86 1.35 1.54 2.69

7.5% 7.5% 7.5% 7.5% 5% 12.5% 5% 5% 10% 5% 5% 5%

0.27 0.35 0.27 0.35 0.22 10.89 10.89 -

12.25 16.28 13.09 18.95 4.67 313.75 2.02 4.03 0.25 636.62 1.42 1.62 2.82

m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m3 m m nr m3 m m m

F10

MASONRY F10

Unit Rates
FA MASONRY UNIT RATES F10 BRICK/BLOCK WALLING BRICKWORK 001 Common bricks, BS 3921, P.C. 263.82 per 1000 in cement mortar ( 1:3 ) 002 Walls: 102.5 mm 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 003 Isolated piers and chimney stacks: 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 004 Projections of attached piers, plinths, bands, oversailing courses and the like: 215 x 112.5 mm 215 x 225 mm 327.5 x 112.5 mm 327.5 x 225 mm 440 x 112.5 mm 440 x 225 mm 440 x 327.5 mm 005 Projections of footings, horizontal: 215 mm (average) 006 Projections of chimney breasts, vertical: 102.5 mm 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 007 Common Bricks BS 3921 P.C. 263.82 per 1000 in gauged mortar (1:2:9) 008 Walls: 102.5 mm 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 009 Walls; cutting and bonding to stonework; average thickness: 200 mm 300 mm 010 Isolated piers and chimney stacks: 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 011 Projection of attached piers, plinths, bands, oversailing courses and the like: 215 x 112.5 mm 215 x 225 mm 327.5 x 112.5 mm 327.5 x 225 mm 440 x 112.5 mm 440 x 225 mm 440 x 327.5 mm 012 Projections of chimney breasts, vertical: 102.5 mm 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 013 Class A Engineering Bricks to BS 3921 P.C. 418.57 per 1000 in cement mortar (1:3) 014 Walls: 102.5 mm 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 015 Walls; cutting and bonding to stonework; average thickness: 200 mm 300 mm 016 Isolated piers and chimney stacks: 215 mm 327.5 mm 440 mm 017 Projections of footings, horizontal: 215 mm (average)

ManHours

Net Labour Price

Net Mats Price

Net Unit Price

Unit

1.30 2.20 2.60 3.20 2.75 3.25 4.00 0.42 1.16 0.63 1.74 0.84 2.32 2.77 2.50 1.45 2.50 2.90 3.60

25.86 43.77 51.73 63.66 54.71 64.66 79.58 8.36 23.08 12.53 34.62 16.71 46.16 55.11 49.74 28.85 49.74 57.70 71.62

18.67 38.49 58.19 78.11 38.49 58.19 78.11 4.56 8.62 6.45 12.56 8.73 17.47 27.75 38.49 18.67 38.49 58.19 78.11

44.53 82.26 109.92 141.77 93.20 122.85 157.69 12.92 31.70 18.98 47.18 25.44 63.63 82.86 88.23 47.52 88.23 115.89 149.73

m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m m m m m m m m2 m2 m2 m2 m2

1.25 2.05 2.45 3.00 3.10 3.70 2.55 3.05 3.75 0.42 1.09 0.60 1.64 0.80 2.18 2.61 1.40 2.30 2.75 3.40

24.87 40.78 48.74 59.69 61.67 73.61 50.73 60.68 74.61 8.36 21.69 11.94 32.63 15.92 43.37 51.93 27.85 45.76 54.71 67.64

18.62 38.36 57.98 77.83 38.36 57.98 38.36 57.98 77.83 4.55 8.59 6.43 12.53 8.70 17.41 27.61 18.62 38.36 57.98 77.83

43.49 79.14 106.72 137.52 100.03 131.59 89.09 118.66 152.44 12.91 30.28 18.37 45.16 24.62 60.78 79.54 46.47 84.12 112.69 145.47

m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m m m m m m m m2 m2 m2 m2

1.44 2.35 2.81 3.45 3.56 4.29 2.93 3.50 4.31 2.86

28.65 46.75 55.90 68.64 70.83 85.35 58.29 69.63 85.75 56.90

28.42 57.99 87.44 117.11 62.38 92.71 57.99 87.44 117.11 57.99

57.07 104.74 143.34 185.75 133.21 178.06 116.28 157.07 202.86 114.89

m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2

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