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Last edited 08 Feb 2018
Spon's Price Book
Compiled by AECOM, the Architects’ and Builders’ Price Book provides accurate and detailed price information covering building, mechanical and electrical services, civil engineering and landscaping. It can be used for a wide range of project sizes, and its Tender Index allows users to adjust for changing market conditions. It is described as the only price book available which sets out a detailed cost base for contracts that exceed £4 million in value.
It contains thousands of prices for the items that are most frequently specified, with most including labour constants and detailed build-ups. In addition, there are hundreds of alternative materials prices for items that are more unusual.
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