Laxton's NRM Building Price Book 2017By: V B Johnson (LLP)
NEW 2017 EDITION
Edition: 2017 Edition
Details: Paperback, 703 pages.List Price (RRP): £170.00 (No VAT Payable)
Stock status: Not available
Publication date: 23/11/2016
Publisher: Laxton's Publishing Limited
Publication Status: Out of Print
LAXTON'S NRM Building Price Book - 2017 is the new version prepared in accordance with the RICS New Rules of Measurement – NRM2: Detailed measurement for building works –. These rules became operative from 1st January 2013. The library of descriptions has been prepared in accordance with NRM2 which is already being taught in Universities and used by quantity surveyors, local and public authorities, health authorities, Housing Associations and others.
Click on the link below for a sample page.
Laxton's NRM 2017 Concrete (Sample Pages)
For further information & sample pages please click here to visit the Laxton's SMM 2017 page
Laxton’s includes detailed, fully resourced, priced, easy to use libraries of every day construction items checked and updated as at September/October 2016, essential information on preliminaries, wages, guide prices, dayworks, CDM, company information, tables etc and other general information updated for 2017
Laxton’s are regarded as the estimators essential tool - often referred to as his bible!
“Every job we price is different but Laxton’s 2017 takes all in its stride, as well as prices, details are provided of where to find more information in its company information sections, and approximate prices where quick budgets are needed.”
Laxton’s 2017 editors and authors V B Johnson LLP have done it again, the price books have been prepared in accordance with NRM2 and SMM7, while the ‘Bleeds’ on each page make for quick and easy searching.
According to Peter Judd, one of the editors of Laxton’s 2017 “I am surprised at how often we receive telephone calls from contractors, Local Authorities and other employers requesting a copy of Laxton’s and how pleased they have been with the comprehensive data provided”