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Last edited 26 Feb 2018
Unit rates basis of payment
|Payment at a fixed price ('rate') per unit of work done. In UK civil engineering 'admeasurement' contracts the predicted total amounts of work are usually stated item by item in a BoQ (Bill of Quantities) and the contractor is paid the rate for each x actual amount of work done.|
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