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Building Conservation Contracts and Grant Aid By Ken Davey

Building Conservation Contracts and Grant Aid
by Ken Davey

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This book describes all the principal methods of arranging letting building contracts for conservation work. It also covers contractor selection, the use of directly employed labour, and contractual considerations.
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Building Conservation Contracts and Grant Aid: A practical guide by Ken Davey

This book describes all the principal methods of arranging letting building contracts for conservation work. It also covers contractor selection, the use of directly employed labour, and contractual considerations.

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Table of Contents


Preface. Introduction. Means of procurement. Lump sum contract incorporating firm Bills of Quantities. Contracts based on approximate Bills of Quantities. Lump sum contracts without Bills of Quantities. Prime cost contracts. Contracts based on schedules of rates. Measured term contracts. Daywork term contracts. Jobbing orders. Management fee contracts. Other forms of contract. Financial control. Financial control in respect of conservation contracts. Contractor selection. Contractor selection. Directly employed labour. The use of directly employed labour. Particular contractual considerations. Contractural considerations of particular relevance to conservation work. Grant Aid. Grant aid. Appendices.

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GOR004701314
Building Conservation Contracts and Grant Aid: A practical guide by Ken Davey
Ken Davey
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
1991-12-05
240
0419171401
9780419171409
N/A
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