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I want to create this internet resource for cost engineers all over the world. I would suggest for all, who have prepared cost estimates in different standards, upload the estimate examples to this website. Upload any interesting at your opinion material which has relation to cost estimating in construction. I'm waiting any suggestions to improve the website structure.

Engineers Atkins, Mott Macdonald and URS all take spots


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Consultant banks £700,000 in cash


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Consultant Gleeds’ New York business has begun work as program manager to the £107m JetBlue Terminal 5 International project at John F. Kennedy Airport.

The project is the fourth to be undertaken by the firm on behalf of JetBlue Airways since they began working together in 2006.

The latest project includes a two-level addition of approximately 155,000 square feet and will include the construction of three new international "swing gates” for arrivals and departures of both international and domestic flights. It will also involve the modification of three existing gates for swing use.

Associated airside ramps for the new gates will be developed and include hydrant fuel systems, ramp paving and utilities.

A new baggage claim hall, including two new sloped plate baggage claim devices, will also be installed to service the international arriving passengers coming through the termin ... Read more »
Views: 2967 | Added by: Vladimir | Date: 11.09.2012 | Comments (1)

DAB system for early solution to legal problems set to be brought to a wider market

The RICS will offer the dispute adjudication board (DAB) system - which it helped set up for the Olympic Del ... Read more »

Views: 2677 | Added by: Vladimir | Date: 28.08.2012 | Comments (0)

RICS has released new guidance for quantity surveyors and other members working in the construction sector.

The guidance includes an updated version of  ... Read more »

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By Ian Forsyth Business editor

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Quantity surveyors are valued for their financial acumen
THERE is currently a national shortage of quantity surveyors in the UK.
The situation is anticipated to get worse, with approximately 25% of chartered quantity surveyors due to retire in the near future.
Aberdeen is no exception, with many local firms finding it difficult to recruit or retain staff.
There is no doubt that the credit crunch is having an effect on the level of activity in the building sector.
The adverse economic environment will undoubtedly have an effect on employment opportunities and salary levels for quantity surveyors in the near future.
However, there is reason for optimism, especially as anyone entering into quanti ... Read more »
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By: Abbas Hussain

There are many construction applications available now, and there are also new ones coming out every day. Here are a few of the latest apps for people in construction.

Roofing estimates on the iPad

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6 August 2012 

If the UK is to remain able to build world-class facilities like the Olympic Park, or equivalent international projects, more engineers and technicians are urgently needed.
New research shows that this year more companies are finding it difficult to recruit engineers than in 2011. If this persists, the UK economy is more likely to continue shrinking.
Published today, the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) annual skills survey shows that there is demand for new recruits but that employers are struggling to find staff.
Over the next year, 58 per cent of companies are planning to recruit, compared to just 36 per cent in 2011, and compared to a high of 63 per cent in 2008 before the recession.
Stephanie Fernandes, IET Principal Policy Advisor for Education and Skills said: "The engineering sector has enjoyed a renaissance recently, playing such a central role in enabling a succes ... Read more »
Views: 2454 | Added by: Vladimir | Date: 09.08.2012 | Comments (0)

Today I added new material. See the "File catalog"!
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