|All-in labour rate: A rate which includes payments to operatives and associated costs which arise directly from the employment of labour.
All-in material rate: A rate at which includes the cost of materials delivered to site, conversion, waste, unloading, handling, storage and preparing for use.
All-in mechanical plant rate: A rate which includes the costs originating from the ownership or hire of plant together with operating costs.
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