What Is a Bill of Quantities?


A bill of quantities is a document drawn up usually by a quantity surveyor providing details of the prices and dimensions of the materials required to construct a large structure, such as a factory. It is a term used in Mathematics and Surveying.
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A Bill of quantities is a list of numbered items, each of which describes the work to be done in a civil engineering or a building contract. Each item shows the capacity of work involved. The bill is issued to tenderers, who return it with a price opposing each item.
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