What are preambles in bills of quantities?

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A bill of quantities is a form of tendering document. It is mainly used by construction companies when tendering for materials and labour. Preambles are statements that express the agendas and description of their accompanying documents. Therefore preambles in the bill of quantities refers to a tender letter that gives the description of the materials requirements for construction and it gives the quantity and type, and characteristics of the materials required.
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