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Method of Measurement forRoad Works - Preparation ofBill of Quantities (IncludingPreambles to Bill ofQuantities)CC-RMP-00054March 2011CCConstruction &CommissioningStandards

TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE IRELAND (TII) PUBLICATIONSAbout TIITransport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) is responsible for managing and improving the country’snational road and light rail networks.About TII PublicationsTII maintains an online suite of technical publications, which is managed through the TIIPublications website. The contents of TII Publications is clearly split into ‘Standards’ and‘Technical’ documentation. All documentation for implementation on TII schemes is collectivelyreferred to as TII Publications (Standards), and all other documentation within the system iscollectively referred to as TII Publications (Technical). This system replaces the NRA DesignManual for Roads and Bridges (NRA DMRB) and the NRA Manual of Contract Documents forRoad Works (NRA MCDRW).Document AttributesEach document within TII Publications has a range of attributes associated with it, which allowsfor efficient access and retrieval of the document from the website. These attributes are alsocontained on the inside cover of each current document, for reference. For migration ofdocuments from the NRA and RPA to the new system, each current document was assigned withnew outer front and rear covers. Apart from the covers, and inside cover pages, the documentscontain the same information as previously within the NRA or RPA systems, including historicalreferences such as those contained within NRA DMRB and NRA MCDRW.Document AttributesTII Publication TitleTII d of Measurement for Road Works - Preparation of Bill ofQuantities (Including Preambles to Bill of Quantities)CC-RMP-00054Construction &Commissioning (CC)Requirements for Measuringand Pricing (RMP)00054Document SetPublication DateHistoricalReferenceStandardsMarch 2011MM QuantitiesNRA DMRB and MCDRW ReferencesFor all documents that existed within the NRA DMRB or the NRA MCDRW prior to the launch ofTII Publications, the NRA document reference used previously is listed above under ‘historicalreference’. The TII Publication Number also shown above now supersedes this historicalreference. All historical references within this document are deemed to be replaced by the TIIPublication Number. For the equivalent TII Publication Number for all other historicalreferences contained within this document, please refer to the TII Publications website.

MANUAL OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS FOR ROAD WORKS: VOLUME 3SECTION 1: METHOD OF MEASUREMENT FOR ROAD WORKSChapter IIIPreparation ofBill of Quantities(Including Preambles to Billof Quantities)March 20111

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesSub-division of Bill ofQuantities1The Bill of Quantities is to be divided as appropriate into separatelevels of identification, in the sequence set down in Table 1.Note: The use of Table 1, level 4 sub-heading is optional dependent on thechosen method of billing described in Paragraph 2(c) General Principles.Quantities2Quantities shall be expressed in whole numbers except for units ofmeasurement of tonnes and hectares in which case the quantities shall beto three decimal places.Units of Measurement3The following abbreviations shall be used for the units of measurement:UnitAbbreviationmillimetremetresquare millimetresquare metrehectarecubic metrekilogrammetonneSpecial eekitemvehicle weekman n is made in Table 1 for the inclusion of “Special Preliminary”items in the Bill of Quantities.“Special Preliminary” items are not included in Chapter IV Units andMethod of Measurement as their use is intended to be restricted andparticular to a given Contract.“Special Preliminary” items shall not be used for temporary works,cofferdams, accesses, advance operations and the like unless the work oroperation is unusual in relation to the Works, and:(a)the magnitude of such work, not separately measured, is such as tobe disproportionately high in cost in relation to the measured workwith which it is associated; or(b)an operation, not separately measured, is required to be executed farin advance or after the main measured operation to which it relates.The inclusion of “Special Preliminary” items in a Contract shall beentirely at the discretion of the Employer. Whether a “SpecialPreliminary” item is included in the Bill of Quantities or not shall in noway relieve the Contractor of his obligations under the Contract.Alternative Types ofPavementMarch 20115Where the Contract provides for Alternative Types of Pavement aseparate Bill of Quantities is to be provided within Series 600:Earthworks, of the Roadworks General Bill; and Series 700: Pavements,1

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of Quantitiesof the Main Carriageway, Interchanges and Side Roads Bills asappropriate, for each Type of Pavement permitted by the Contract.Immediately preceding the separate sets of alternative Bills in Series 600 :Earthworks and Series 700: Pavements respectively an Index (Table 2) isto be provided of the Alternative Types of Pavement.Provision is to be made for each Bill of Quantities in Series 600 of theRoadworks General Bill and in Series 700 of the Main Carriageway,Interchanges and Side Roads Bills to be priced and included as appropriatein the Tender.Alternative Types ofSafety Fence6Not usedStructures Where aChoice of Designs isOffered7Where the Contract provides for a structure designed by the Contractorto be constructed as an alternative to the structure which has beendesigned by the Employer, a separate Bill of Quantities is to be providedfor each of the two construction procedures permitted by the Contract.Each of the two individual Bills of Quantities is to be provided inaccordance with the various Chapters and Series of the Method ofMeasurement for all the works contained within the Designated Outline(with the exception of those works scheduled as not to be included). Forthe structure designed by the Contractor the Bill of Quantities is tocomprise a single item in accordance with Series 2500. The Bill for thestructure designed by the Employer is to be compiled in accordance withthe appropriate Series. Those works scheduled as not to be included ineither of these alternative Bills of Quantities shall be included by theEmployer in other Bills compiled in accordance with the appropriateSeries.Provision is to be made for only the one Bill of Quantities which relates tothe form of construction elected to be constructed by the Contractor to bepriced and included in the initial Contract Sum.Immediately preceding the separate alternative Bills of Quantities anIndex (Table 4) is to be provided for the alternative forms of constructionpermitted by the Contract.Structures Designedby the Contractor8Where the Contract provides only for a structure designed by theContractor to be constructed a Bill of Quantities comprising a single itemfor all the works within the Designated Outline (with the exception ofthose works scheduled as not to be included) is to be provided inaccordance with Series 2500. Those works scheduled as not to be includedin this single item are to be included by the Employer in other Billscompiled in accordance with the appropriate Series.Earthworks within the Designated Outlines shall not be included by theEmployer in the Earthworks Schedules.March 20112

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksPreambles to Bill ofQuantitiesMarch 20119Chapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesThe matters set out under the heading “Preambles to Bill of Quantities”(1-17) hereafter are always to be included as a preamble to the Bill ofQuantities. Additional numbered preambles may be included as necessary.Amendments to the Method of Measurement are to follow paragraph 18(see notes to compiler).3

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesTABLE 1Level 1DivisionLevel 2Construction HeadingLevel 3MMRW Series HeadingsLevel 4Sub-HeadingsNotes(i) PreliminariesPreliminaries100PreliminariesSpecial Preliminaries shouldbe inserted under level 3(ii) RoadworksRoadworks General200300Site ClearanceFencingHedgebanks and the likeshould be inserted underlevel 3 Series 600400Safety Barriers andPedestrian Guardrails600500EarthworksDrainage and ServiceDucts700Pavements1100Kerbs, Footways andPaved AreasDrainage and ServiceDuctsMain CarriagewayInterchangesSide Roads500700Pavements1100Kerbs, Footways andPaved AreasDrainage and ServiceDucts5007001100Signs, MotorwayCommunications andLighting1200130014001500March 2011PavementsKerbs, Footways andPaved AreasTraffic Signs and RoadMarkingsRoad Lighting Columnsand BracketsElectrical Work for RoadLighting and Traffic SignsMotorwayCommunicationsCycle tracks and the likeshould be inserted underlevel 3 Series 1100Cycle tracks and the likeshould be inserted underlevel 3 Series 1100Cycle tracks and the likeshould be inserted underlevel 3 Series 11004

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesTABLE 1 (contd.)Level 1DivisionDivisionSub-Division(iii) StructuresStructure in formof Bridge orViaduct;Name orReferenceLevel 2 ConstructionHeadingLevel 3 MMRW Series HeadingsLevel 4 Sub-HeadingsSpecial cture Intermediate SupportsNotesSpecial Preliminaries shouldbe inserted as a separateconstruction heading underlevel 21600Piling and DiaphragmWalling500Drainage and ServiceDucts600Earthworks1100Kerbs, Footways and PavedAreas1700Structural Concrete1800Structural Steelwork1900Protection of SteelworkAgainst Corrosion2300Bridge Expansion Jointsand Sealing of Gaps2400Brickwork, Blockwork andStoneworkAs for End SupportsTo include wingwalls andpaved areas beneathstructuresAs for End SupportsTo include piers and columnsSubstructure - MainSpanSubstructure - ApproachSpansMarch 20115

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesTABLE 1 (contd.)Level 1DivisionDivisionLevel 2 ConstructionHeadingLevel 3 MMRW Series HeadingsNotesSub-DivisionSuperstructure Main SpanSuperstructure Approach SpansSuperstructure Arch Ribs500600Drainage and ServiceDuctsStructural ConcreteStructural SteelworkProtection of SteelworkAgainst CorrosionBridge Expansion Jointsand Sealing of GapsBrickwork, Blockwork andStoneworkSafety Barriers andPedestrian 00Finishings4001100200022002400Retaining Wall,Culvert, Subway,Gantry, LargeHeadwall, GabionWall, DiaphragmWall, Pocket TypeReinforcedBrickworkRetaining Walland the Like;Name orReferenceMarch 2011Level 4 Sub-HeadingsSpecial PreliminariesPavements, footways and thelike to be included here if noRoadworks Bill of QuantitiesKerbs, Footways and PavedAreasWaterproofing forStructuresParapetsBrickwork, Blockwork andStoneworkSpecial Preliminaries shouldbe inserted as a separateconstruction heading underlevel 26

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesTABLE 1 (contd.)Level 1DivisionDivisionLevel 2 ConstructionHeadingLevel 3 MMRW Series HeadingsNotesSub-DivisionMain ConstructionFinishings500Drainage and ServiceDucts600Earthworks1100Kerbs, Footways and PavedAreas16001700Piling and DiaphragmWallingStructural Concrete1800Structural Steelwork1900Protection of SteelworkAgainst Corrosion2300Bridge Expansion Jointsand Sealing of Gaps2400Brickwork, Blockwork andStonework400Safety Barriers andPedestrian Guardrails600Earthworks700Pavements1100Kerbs, Footways and PavedAreas2000Waterproofing forStructuresParapets22002400March 2011Level 4 Sub-HeadingsPavements, footways and thelike to be included here if noRoadworks Bill of QuantitiesBrickwork, Blockwork andStonework7

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesTABLE 1 (contd.)Level 1DivisionDivisionSub-Division(iv) StructuresWhere aChoice ofDesigns isOfferedStructureDesigned by theEmployer;Name orReference(v) StructuresDesigned bythe ContractorStructureDesigned by theContractor;Name orReferenceStructure;Name orReferenceLevel 2 ConstructionHeadingLevel 4 Sub-HeadingsNotesTo include works withinDesignated Outlines with theexception of works scheduledas not to be included. Thisdivision is not to be usedwhere the Contract providesonly for a structure designedby the ContractorTo comply with the Principles setdown above for StructuresTo include works withinDesignated Outlines with theexception of works scheduledas not to be included.(vi)Service AreasRoadworksStructures(vii)Maintenance CompoundsRoadworksStructures(viii)Accommodation WorksInterests;Name or Reference(ix)Works for Statutory or OtherBodiesBody;Name or ReferenceMarch 2011Level 3 MMRW Series HeadingsTo comply with the Principles setdown above for Roadworks andStructuresTo comply with thePrinciples set downabove for Roadworksand StructuresTo comply with thePrinciples set down abovefor Roadworks andStructuresTo comply with thePrinciples set downabove for Roadworksand Structures8

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesTABLE 2(This Table 2 is an example of the introduction and index to be inserted as a separate page immediately precedingeach set of the separate Bills of Quantities included within Series 600: Earthworks in the Roadworks General Billand Series 700: Pavements in the Main Carriageway, Interchanges and Side Roads Bills, to cover the alternativeTypes of Pavement permitted in the Contract.)A separate Bill of Quantities is provided for each Alternative Type of Pavement permitted by the Contract.The tenderer shall price, extend and carry to the collection in the Bill of Quantities for each Type of Pavementpermitted in the Contract.IndexType of PavementBill No.*Flexible(6A) (7A)Flexible Composite(6B) (7B)Rigid(6C) (7C)*See Chapter III, Item 5 “Alternative Types of Pavement”TABLE 3Not UsedMarch 2011Page(s)

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesTABLE 4(This Table 4 is an example of the introduction and index to be inserted as a separate page immediately precedingthe separate Bills of Quantities included within the Bill for Structures Where a Choice of Designs is Offered (asdefined under paragraph 7 of the Preparation of Bill of Quantities).)Bill No. . Structures Where a Choice of Designs is OfferedA separate Bill of Quantities is provided for each of the two construction procedures permitted by the Contract.Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 4 of the Preambles to Bill of Quantities, the tenderer shall price,extend and carry to the collection of Bill No. : Structures Where a Choice of Designs is Offered, only that Billof Quantities appropriate to the form of construction he has elected to construct.IndexType of StructureStructure No.Bill No.Structure Designed by the Employer.AStructure Designed by the Contractor.B(Repeat for each structure)March 2011Page(s)

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of QuantitiesPreambles to Bill of QuantitiesGeneral Directions1The Bill of Quantities has been prepared in accordance with the Method ofMeasurement for Road Works.2In the Bill of Quantities the sub-headings and item descriptions identifythe work covered by the respective items, read in conjunction with thematters listed against the relevant marginal headings “Item Coverage” inChapter IV of the Method of Measurement for Road Works, thesePreambles and the amendments to the Method of Measurementimmediately following these Preambles. The nature and extent of the workis to be ascertained by reference to the Works Requirements and ContractConditions. The rates and prices entered in the Bill of Quantities shall bedeemed to be the full inclusive value of the work covered by the severalitems including the following, unless expressly stated otherwise:(i)Labour and costs in connection therewith.(ii)The supply of materials, goods, storage and costs in connectiontherewith including delivery to Site. Taking delivery of materialsand goods supplied by others, unloading, storage, and costs inconnection therewith.(iii) Plant and costs in connection therewith.(iv) Fixing, erecting and installing or placing of materials and goods inposition.(v)Temporary Works.(vi) The effect on the phasing of the Works or any element of the Worksto the extent set forth or reasonably implied in the documents onwhich the tender is based.(vii) General obligations, liabilities and risks involved in the execution ofthe Works set forth or reasonably implied in the documents onwhich the tender is based.(viii) Establishment charges, overheads and profit.(ix) Waste.(x)Attendance and transport for sampling and testing carried out by theEmployer’s Representative, tests carried out by the Contractor,supplying results of tests carried out by the Contractor and providingtest certificates.(xi) Complying with Quality Assurance schemes and providingcertificates of conformity.(xii) Preparation and supply of detailed working drawings.(xiii) Awaiting approvals and or consents.March 2011

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksMeasurement3Chapter IIIPreparation of Bill of Quantities(i)The measurement of work shall be computed net from thedimensions stated in the Contract unless otherwise stated in theMethod of Measurement.(ii)Where the tender documents provide for the Contractor to select thetype of buried structure (where the structure is not withinDesignated Outlines) to be constructed then the measurement of allwork in each area so affected shall be based upon the thinnestpavement construction and surfacing over structures permitted bythe Contract in that area for the particular type of buried structurethe Contractor has elected to construct.Pricing of Items4Each individual item shall have a rate or price entered against it. Rates andprices shall be expressed to two decimal places.Alternative SpecifiedMaterials, Designs andOptions Within Types ofPavement5Not usedPrivately and PubliclyOwned Servicesor Supplies6The information in the Contract as to the whereabouts of existingservices and mains is believed to be correct but the Contractor shall notbe relieved thereby of his obligations under the Contract. The Contractorshall include in his rates and prices for locating and taking measures forthe support and full protection of pipes, cables and other apparatus duringthe progress of the Works, obtaining the written consent of the appropriateauthority to interrupt the service or supply and for keeping the Employer’sRepresentative informed of all arrangements he makes with the owners ofprivately owned services or supplies, Statutory Undertakers and PublicAuthorities as appropriate.Labours7Not usedRoadworks OverallRequirements8The Contractor shall allow in his rates and prices for complying withrequirements in respect of pavement construction, horizontal alignments,surface levels and surface regularity of pavement courses, cold weatherworking, use of surfaces by traffic and construction plant, and generalrequirements for sub-bases and bases.Work Within and BelowAny Water Condition9The Contractor shall allow in his prices for any items of structuresdesigned by the Contractor provided under Series 2500, for takingmeasures required to execute work in any condition where there is apresence of any type of waterDealing with Flow10The Contractor shall allow in his rates and prices for taking measures todeal with the existing flow of water, sewage and the like.March 2011

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of Quantities11Not usedSite Limitations andConstraints12The Contractor shall allow in his rates and prices for complying withany limitations and constraints on the use of the Site.Hard Material13For the purposes of the Contract the following are designated as HardMaterial in accordance with Chapter 1 Definitions, paragraph 1(i)(i):EquivalentProductsand Materials14(a).* strata;(b)those deposits designated by limits shown on the Drawings;(c)existing pavements, footways, paved areas (but excluding unboundmaterials) and foundations in masses in excess of 0.20 cubic metres.Where the Contractor offers an equivalent product or material in placeof the one identified or specified, which is accepted for incorporationinto the Works by the Employer’s Representative, then the rates and pricesin the Bill of Quantities shall be deemed to include for all the obligationsand costs associated with the incorporation of the equivalent into theWorks, including design, provision of data and drawings, certificates,awaiting approvals, resubmissions and modifications and amendments to theWorks.Unless specifically stated to the contrary in the Contract the measurementof the Works affected by the incorporation of the equivalent products andmaterials shall be based on the Tender documents and not on the Works asamended and completed to incorporate the equivalent products andmaterials.Permanent WorksDesigned by theContractor15Where the Contract requires part(s) of the Works to bedesigned by the Contractor, the rates and prices in the Bill of Quantitiesshall include for all the obligations and costs associated with theincorporation of the Contractor’s design into the Works, including design,provision of data and drawings, certificates, awaiting approvals,resubmissions and modifications and amendments to the Works.Structures Designedby the Contractor16Earthworks within the Designated Outlines shall not be included by theEmployer in the earthworks schedules.Alterations for RoadAuthorities17Not used†Amendments to theMethod of Measurement18For the purposes of the Contract the Method of Measurement for RoadWorks is amended in accordance with the pages immediately following.March 2011

Volume 3 – Section 1Method of Measurement for Road WorksChapter IIIPreparation of Bill of Quantities[Notes to compiler:The Preambles to Bill of Quantities (duly completed) must be reproduced unaltered and bound in the Bill ofQuantities.*To be completed by compiler as appropriate.†Where amendments to Chapter IV of the Method of Measurement are required in accordance with paragraph1(b) of Chapter II, General Principles, this preamble should be the last numbered preamble and insertedimmediately prior to the amendments.]March 2011

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Method of Measurement for Road Works Preparation of Bill of Quantities March 2011 3 Preambles to Bill of 9 The matters set out under the heading “Preambles to Bill of Quantities” Quantities (1-17) hereafter are always to be included as a preamble to the Bill of Quantities. Ad

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