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The Estimator's Pocket Bookis a concise and practical reference covering the main pricing approaches, as well as useful information like how to process subcontractor quotations, tender settlement, and adjudication. It is fully up-to-date with the NRM2 throughout, features a look ahead to NRM3, and describes the implications of BIM for estimators. Includes instructions on how to handle: The NRM order of cost estimate Unit rate pricing for different trades Pro rata pricing and dayworks Builders' quantities Approximate quantities Worked examples show how each of these techniques should be carried out in clear, easy to follow steps. This is the indispensible estimating reference for all quantity surveyors, cost managers, project managers, and anybody else with estimating responsibilities. Particular attention is given to the NRM2, but the overall focus is on the core estimating skills needed in practice.