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PRICED BILLS OF QUANTITIES

FOR THE
PROPOSED BEACH HOUSE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

FOR
MR. ADEBOLA ADEEKO

AT

IBEJU-LEKKI, LAGOS
MAY, 2019
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Contract Conditions and Preliminaries

Information

No alteration, erasure, amendment, note, deletion, insertion, omission or


A addition is to be made to this document. Any such alteration, etc. made, will not
be recognised but the reading of this document as prepared by the quantity
surveyor will be adhered to.

Where standard clauses are not entirely applicable to this contract, such
B modifications, corrections or supplements as will apply are given under each
relevant clause heading.

The tenderer shall allow opposite each of the items for whatever costs and
charges he may consider necessary for the carrying out, complying with and
due observance of the provisions, conditions and requirements set out herein.
C Only priced items will be considered in respect of any adjustments of this
section. Any items left unpriced will be understood to be covered in the rates
given for other items thoughout these bills of quantities and no claim for any
extras arising out of the tenderer's omission to price any item will be
entertained.

Clauses shown as amended indicate that the text has been varied to suit Local
D conditions in Nigeria. The Contractor is to examine these clauses carefully as no
claim will be entertained for want of knowledge.

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Conditions of Contract

JCT STANDARD FORM OF BUILDING CONTRACT 1998 EDITION


INCORPORATING AMENDMENTS 2003: The form of contract will be the JCT
E standard form of Building Contract with Quantities 2003. Allow for the
obligations, liabilities and services described therein against the headings
below:

The items listed hereunder refer to the Clauses of the same Form of Contract
and the contractor is to insert a price wherever payment is required in respect
F of the services involved in compliance with the terms of any Clause and of the
amendments and rates appended thereto which may not be fully covered by the
rates and prices set against items elsewhere in the Bills of Quantities

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The clause numbers and headings are set out below for convenience
in pricing

1 Clause No.1 - Interpretat, definitions e.t.c

2 Clause No.2 - Contractor's Obligations

3 Clause No.3 - Contract sum

4 Clause No.4 - Architect's Instructions

5 Clause No.5 - Contract Documents

6 Clause No.6 - Statutory Obligations, Notices, fees and charges.

7 Clause No.7 - Levels and setting out of the works

8 Clause No.8 - Work, materials and goods

9 Clause No.9 - Royalties and patent rights

10 Clause No.10 - Person - in - charge

11 Clause No.11 - Access for Architect to the works

12 Clause No.12 - Clerk of works

13 Clause No.13 - Variations and provisional sum

14 Clause No.13 A - Variations instruction

15 Clause No.14 - Contract sum

16 Clause No.15 - Value added tax

17 Clause No.16 - Materials and goods unfixed or off site.

18 Clause No.17 - Practical completion and defects liability

19 Clause No.18 - Partial possession by employer

20 Clause No.19 - Assignment and sub - letting

20 Clause No.19 A - Fair wages

21 Clause No.20 - Injury to persons and property and employers indemnity


22 Clause No.21 - Insurance against injury to persons and property

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Condition of Contract (cont'd)

23 Clause No.22 - Insurance of the works )


)

24 Clause No.22A -Erection of new buildings (All risks insurance of the works by
the contractor)

25 Clause No.22B -Erection of new buildings (All risks insurance of the works by
the employer)

26 Clause No.22C - Insurance of existing structures (Insurance of works in or )


extentions to existing structures)

27 Clause No.23 - Date of possession, completion and postponement

28 Clause No.24 - Damages for non-completion

29 Clause No.25 - Extension of time

30 Clause No.26 - Loss and expense caused by matters materially affecting regular
progress of works

31 Clause No.27 - Determination by employer

32 Clause No.28 - Determination by contractor

33 Clause No.28A - Determination by employer or contractor

34 Clause No.29 - Works by employer or persons employed or engaged employer

35 Clause No.30 - Certificates and payments

36 Clause No.31 - Finance (no. 2) ACT 1975

37 Clause No.32 - Outbreak of hostilities

38 Clause No.33 - War damages

39 Clause No.34 - Antiquities

40 Clause No.35 - Nominated sub contractor


41 Clause No.36 - Nominated supppliers

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42 Clause No.37 - Fluctuations

43 Clause No.38 - Contrbution, Levy and Tax Fluctuations

44 Clause No.39 - Labour and material cost and Tax Fluctuations

45 Clause No.40 - Use of Price Adjustment Fotmular

46 Clause No.41 - Settlement of Disputes

47 Clause No.42 - Performance of Specified works


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Condition of Contract (cont'd)

Appendix

A Clauses 17 (defects liability period)


6 Months from the issue of the completion certificate to include
one wet season

B Clause 23 (Date for possession)

C Claue 22 (Liquidated and ascertained damages)


At the rate of N_______ per week

D Clause 26 (Period of delay)


1. By persons or loss or damage caused by one of the contingencies
referred to in clause 20 (if none stated is 3 months)

2. For any other reason {if none stated is 1 (one month)}

E Clause 30 (1) Period of Interim Certificate monthly

F Clause 30 (1) Period of Honouring Certificates)

G Clause 30 (4) Percentage of Certified Value retained)

H Clause 30 (5) Limit of Retention Fund)

J Clause 30 (6) Period of final measurement and valuation

K Clause 37 - Not Applicable


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Preliminaries

A The Employer is : Mr. Adebola Adeeko

B The Pojects Managers are :

C The Architects are : Patrick Waheed Design Consultancy Limited

D The Quantity Surveyors are : HOS Consult Limited

E The Structural Engineers are : MO&A

F The Electrical/Mechanical Engineers are : Avicom Engineering Limited

G The site of the work is situated at : Ibeju Lekki, LAGOS

H The Contractors access to the site is from the main access road

Brief Description of Works

The project comprises of the construction and finishes of a 4-bedroom beach


house with two guest rooms and two staff quarters on three levels, the building
also has an adjacent gymnasium building with a pool deck on the first floor.
Other ancillary facilities/amenities include driveway parking, landscaping,
security building, fence with automated sliding gate amongst other enable
works. The structure is a canopy framed type, on raft foundation and includes
concrete and hollow sandcrete walls, finishes, fittings and fixtures, electrical
and mechanical works as well as landscaping and other related external works.
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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Visit Site and Scope of Works

A The Contractor is advised to visit and inspect the site and to make
himself thoroughly and completely informed as to the condition
of the site in its present state, the nature of the ground and the
extent and character of the Works to be executed, means of access
and storage space, the conditions affecting the supply of labour
and the availability and supply of water. No claim for extra
payment above the Contract Sum will be paid to the Contractor
for want of knowledge of any conditions affecting the execution
of the Works.

B A brief outline of the scope of the Works appears immediately


inside the front cover of this document and the Contractor is to
allow here any sum in respect of the scope or nature of the Works.

Restrictions in Use of Site etc

C The Contractor shall confine his activities and those of his work
people to the confines of the site. The Contractor shall not allow
his work-people to trespass onto neighboring sites and shall be
responsible for keeping unauthorised persons from trespassing
onto the site. The Contractor shall not without the express
permission of the Architect permit the loading or unloading of
materials on the site outside normal working hours and he shall
Endeavour to keep noise to a minimum throughout the contract to
avoid causing nuisance to residents or occupants of adjoining or
adjacent buildings and property

Care of Existing Installations and Works

D The Contractor will be held responsible for protecting and


maintaining all pipes ducts and cables met in excavations, for
keeping all ditches, gullies and channels clear and unobstructed
and for making good any damage caused to public or private
buildings, installations, roads, paths, kerbs and drains and is
to pay all cost and charges incurred. The Contractors and
Sub-Contractors vehicles shall not be parked on any public
highway or private roadway.
E Should the Contractor encounter any unknown services such as
underground cables, pipes or sewers during the execution of the
works he shall notify the Architect immediately and suspend all
affected work in the immediate vicinity until written instruction
to proceed has been given by the Architect.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Bills of Quantities

A The pricing, moneying out and totaling of these Bills of Quantities


is to be in INK throughout and is to be in Nigerian Currency. The
Bills of Quantities shall not be used for ordering materials. Any
discrepancies found between the quantities or descriptions in the
Bills and those to be ordered are to be reported to the Quantity
Surveyors immediately.

B The Contractor will be deemed to have included in his tender for


the obligations and requirements of all items in these Contract
Documents whether or not he has placed a rate or price against
the items.

Drawings

Drawings illustrating the broad scope of the works are provided with these bills
C of quantities. Any other drawings as may be available may be inspected at the
office of the Architects at the Architect's office during office hours.

D The tenderer shall examine all documents and shall thoroughly


acquaint himself with the nature and extent of the works and the
manner in which they are to be executed.

E The Contractor shall provide and do everything necessary for the


proper execution of the Works according to the true intent and
meaning of the drawings, whether the same may or may not be
particularly shown on the drawings, provided that the same is
reasonably to be inferred there from. Figured dimensions are to be
followed in preference to scaled dimensions.

F Allow for mounting one complete set of drawing on plywood or


other suitable rigid panels, properly covered with transparent and
water proof material and keeping them on site throughout the
Contract Period.
F The Contractor shall give adequate advance notice to the Architect
of requirements with regard to instructions, detailed drawings, etc.,
and in the absence of advance written notification to the contrary it
will be assumed that the progress of the Works is not affected by the
want of such information.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Insurance Declaration

A On signing the contract, the Contractor shall obtain his insurance cover
from a reputable insurance company to be approved by the Project
Manager. The Insurance provided shall strictly be in accordance with
relevant clauses of the Conditions of Contract.

Regulations

B The whole of the work shall be carried out in accordance with the
regulations and requirements of the Local and all other Statutory
Authorities.

Setting Out the Works


C The Contractor shall accurately set out the Works and include for
providing all pegs, templates, instruments and labour necessary for
so doing and as required by the Architect for checking this work.

D Excavation shall not be commenced until the permission of the


Architect is obtained.

E Allow for providing when required on the site, a 'Dumpy' or 'Precise'


type level, complete with tripod and staff and allow for the free use
of the leveling equipment by the Architect or Engineer for the
duration of the contract.

Site Accommodation
F Allow for providing a suitable weatherproof and secure office
accommodation on the site for the use of the Foreman-in-charge and
other site staff and include for providing necessary furniture and
lighting and clear all away on completion.

G Allow for providing and maintaining all necessary temporary building


for storage and protection of goods and materials on site and other
work that may be brought or executed on the site including the tools
and materials of sub-contractors and remove on completion. Sheds
for storage of cement are to have floors raised from the ground.

H Allow for providing and maintaining telephone and internet services


on site for the use of contractors and consultants including paying all
bills, fees and charges throughout the duration of the project.

Site Office accommodation for Consultants


J Include the Provisional Sum of _____________________________
for a well furnished office accommodation for the Consultants Not Applicable
to be expended as directed by the Project Manager

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Electricity
A Allow for providing all temporary lighting and power for the works
consisting of PHCN & Generators including that for use by special
tradesmen and Sub-Contractors for the works including tests; paying
all fees and charges and providing all necessary temporary mains
throughout the duration of the contract and clearing away and
making good on completion.

Water for the works


B Allow for providing all water required for the works including that
for Sub-Contractors. The water is to be clean, fresh water tested
and certified for use on the works by the Project Manager

C Allow for executing all temporary plumbing and paying all fees and
charges incurred in the connection and supply of the water for
building purposes and the removal of all temporary plumbing on
completion.

Temporary Works
D The Contractor shall ensure that all temporary electrical, water and
other installations are executed in the accordance with requirements
of the Authorities concerned.

Temporary Fencing and Barriers


E Allow for providing all fans, gantries, hoardings, guard rails,
barriers, or any other form of special protection to all sides of the
buildings and site as necessary to protect adjoining property,
persons, vehicles and the like from injury, and remove when no
longer required or when instructed by the Architect and make good
any damage.
F Allow for adequate temporary security fencing to the perimeter of
site, maintain and clear away and make good on completion.

Welfare and Safety


G Allow for providing proper toilet accommodation for the use of
workmen and keeping in a clean and sanitary condition to the
satisfaction of the Architect and Health Authorities and removing
same on completion.

H Allow for providing sheds, offices and workshops for the use
of the workmen on the site and maintaining and subsequently
dismantling and carting away on completion and allow for providing
and maintaining welfare and safety measures and amenities of a
suitable standard approved by the Architect or required by the
relevant Authorities.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Welfare and Safety ( Cond't)

A Allow for complying with all safety regulations published by


Local and State Authorities.

B The Contractor is to provide on site a FIRST AID box or cupboard


prominently marked with the word 'First Aid' for the purpose of
treating any of his employees, Sub-Contractors, and Consultants
injured on site. The contents of this box or cupboard are to comply
in all respects with the Factories Ordinance. The Contractor is to
ensure that there is always adequate stocks in the first aid box or
cupboard which is to be produced and opened for the inspection
of the Architect on request.

Security of the work


C Allow for providing all necessary guards, day and night watchmen
and lighting for the protection of the Works and the site and
surrounding properties as required during the period of the Contract
including Sundays and Holidays and is to make good any loss or
damage caused by his neglect of such provision.

Ordering of Materials
D Upon receipt of the order to commence the Works, the Contractor
shall immediately place orders for all the required materials and will
be held responsible for any delays occurring due to the late placing
of such orders.

E The Contractor shall, if so requested by the Architect, make available


to him all documents in connection with the ordering of materials
for the Works, showing agreed delivery dates, sources of supply
and the like.

F If upon receiving quotations for any materials required for the


Works it appears that delivery by the dates quoted will delay the
Works, the Contractor shall inform the Architect of this fact before
placing the orders.

Plant, Tools and Vehicles


G Allow for providing all scaffolding, hoists, cranes, vehicles, tackle
and other plant, shuttering profiles and apparatus generally required
for the proper execution of the work. The Contractor shall provide
without extra charge all labour and things required by the Architect
for testing and measuring the works and for weighting, measuring,
providing or testing the efficiency of any portion of the works and
shall also at his cost provide all planking, gangways, etc., necessary
for affording access to every part of the works.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Project Vehicles

A Include the Provisional Sum of _______________________________


for the purchase of Toyota Hillux Double Cabin Car for the use of
the Consultants for the duration of the project

B Include the Provisional Sum of ________________________________ Not Applicable


for the routine maintenance,fueling,and other incidental expenses
for the project vehicles

Time and Progress

C The Contractor shall be responsible for the management of the


sequence of the carrying out of the works in such manner that the
subsequent cutting or patching of finished work is avoided. The
Contractor shall obtain all necessary particulars of Sub-Contractors'
work timeously so that provision for recesses, chases, holes, etc,
may be made.

D The Works shall be proceeded within such sections and sequences


as will effect completion of all works within the time for completion
or as directed by the Architect.

E Immediately upon appointment, or before signing the Contract, if


requested, the Contractor shall in collaboration with Sub-Contractors
submit to the Architect for acceptance a detailed programme and
progress chart to cover all activities on the site and shall record
progress thereon throughout the execution of the Works.
The programme shall indicate units of work in sufficient detail to
enable the Architect to access the progress of the work at all times
and to compare it with the programme.

F Copies of the programme and its supporting documents together


with all updates shall be provided by the Contractor for the use of
the Consultants

G The Contractor shall arrange for representatives to attend site


meetings as and when reasonably required by the Architect and
provide seating and other necessary facilities for such meetings.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Time and Progress (Cont'd)

A The Contractor's attention is drawn to his responsibility for the


co-ordination and programming of Sub-Contractor's work. The
Contractor is expected to arrange suitable programme with his
Sub-Contractors and to check regularly that such programme are
adhered to. Where delays arise in connection with Sub-contract
works the Contractor will be expected to have been aware of such
at an early stage and to have taken the appropriate action defined
in the Sub-contract document by the giving of such notices as may
be required in preparation for the determination of same.
Determination shall not be effected without the prior consent of
the Architect but requests for extensions of the Contract period on
the grounds of delay by Sub-Contractors will not be considered
unless the Contractor can establish compliance with this requirement.

B The programme is to be subject to the approval of the Architect but


such approval shall in no way relieve the Contractor of his sole
responsibility for properly programming and seeing to the progress
of the works and the timeous completion thereof

Meetings
C Meetings related to the progress of the works will be held at regular
intervals and at such other times as may be necessary.

Progress Photographs

D Allow for providing for four copies of 175 x 125mm prints of each of six
photographs taken from different positions on the site by a professional
photographer at approximately monthly intervals and handover to the
Architect as and when requested.

E Place one set of progress photographs in an album to be approved


by the Architect

Project Management Fees

F Include the Provisional Sum of _________________________________


duration of being the project management fees for all the Consultants
for the the project to be expended at the direction of the Project Not Applicable
Manager.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Records

A The Contractor shall keep a daily diary which, inter alia, shall
provide a record of inclement weather, on-site labour complement of
the Contractor and all Sub-Contractors, deliveries, delays, plant and
equipment details and the like. The said daily diary shall be in a form
approved by the Architect and shall be available for inspection by the
professional team when required.

B The Contractor shall prepare and submit fortnightly reports as to the


Contractor's progress in relation to the agreed programme and on any
other aspects of the work requested by the Architect. The reports are
to include a schedule reflecting the number of tradesmen, labourers
of the Contractor and the Sub-Contractors currently engaged on the
works, daily weather, visitors to site as well as a schedule of plant
currently employed on the works.

Trade and Patent Names


C All materials, fittings, finishes, etc., specified under a trade name,
catalogue number of reference are to be either exactly as described
or, in the opinion of the Architect, of equal quality, specification
and weight in all respects as those described. The Architect's
written approval must be obtained for the use of any alternative to
the specification before the submission of tenders, failing which the
specified materials, fittings, finishes, etc., shall be deemed to have
been allowed for in the tender.

Standard of Workmanship

D The standard of workmanship and the quality of materials utilized


throughout this contract are to be the best of their respective
kinds and to the Architect's entire satisfaction. The word "best"
shall be taken in its ordinary English sense despite any trade custom
to the contrary. Any work which in the opinion of the Architect is
not of the highest standard or which the Architect condemns as
failing to conform to the contract will be rejected and will be
required to be removed and the work redone at the Contractor's
expense. In the absence of the detailed descriptions for any item
or items, the latest applicable Nigerian Standard Specification,
or where such does not exist, then the latest applicable British
Standard Specification shall be taken to apply.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Contractor to give Notice in Advance of Requirements

A The Contractor is to give to the Architect adequate advance notice


in writing of his requirements with regard to instructions, detailed
drawings etc.

Protection of the Works


B Allow for covering up and protecting from injury from weather or
from any cause, all new work, also for supplying all temporary
doors, protection to windows and any other requisite protection for
the whole of the Works executed whether by the Contractor or
special tradesmen or Sub-Contractors and any damage caused must
be made good by the Contractor at his own expense.

C During inclement weather the Contractor shall suspend such parts


of the Works for such time as Architect may decide and shall protect
from injury all works therein in the course of erection.

Tests and Samples


D Samples are physical examples furnished by the Contractor to
illustrate materials, equipment or workmanship and to establish
standards by which the work shall be judged. The Contractor shall
furnish without delay such samples and "mock-ups" as may be called
for by the Architect, who may reject all materials and workmanship
not corresponding with the approved samples.

E Samples must be submitted in duplicate or as instructed within a


reasonable time of request and must allow a reasonable time for their
consideration.

F Samples must be properly labelled with the project name and


location, Contractor's name, the type, finish, and composition of
materials, date of submission and the Contract Document reference
in which the product is identified.

G Allow for carrying out tests of any materials either before or after
use in the Works and for providing samples of all materials and
specimens of colours for approval as required by the Architect
before use or application in the Works.

H Allow for providing such samples of workmanship as may be called


for by the Architect.

As Built Drawings
J The contractor shall provide 2-Sets of as built drawings at practical
completion or as may be required by the Architect

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Covering Up

A No work shall be covered up until it has been examined and


approved by the Architect.

B In case of work executed against provisional quantities in the Bills of


Quantities ( and therefore subject to measurement) the Contractor
shall notify the Project Manager before proceeding to cover up the
Works.

Opening Up

C The Contractor shall, at the request of the Architect open up for


inspection any work covered and should the Contractor refuse or fail
to comply with such request, the Architect may employ other
workmen to open up same. If the said work has been covered in
contravention of the Architect's instructions and if on being opened
up it be found not in accordance with the drawings or instructions
of the Architect the expenses for opening up and covering up again,
whether done by the Contractor or other workmen, shall be borne
by, or be recoverable from the Contractor or may be deducted as
aforesaid. If the work has not been covered up in contravention of
such instructions and be found in accordance with the said drawings,
etc., then the expenses aforesaid shall be borne by the Employer
and be added to the Contract Sum.

Temporary Stormwater Drainage

D Allow for ensuring that the whole of the site is kept free from the
risk of storm water flooding and providing such temporary trenches,
gullies and the like as may be necessary and for subsequently
backfilling such excavations and making good. Any damage arising
from non-compliance with this clause is to be made good at the
Contractor's own expense.

Prevention of Nuisance

E Allow for taking all necessary precautions with regard to the order
and method of execution of the work to avoid causing disturbance
to buildings and premises adjacent to the Works and for complying
with any directions of the Architect in this respect.

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Access for Workmen

A The Contractor shall at all times give access to workmen employed


by the Employer or by local or other authorities or any other parties
and use of proper, sufficient, and if required, special scaffolding,
hoists and ladders and provide them with water and lighting, etc.

B The Contractor shall at all times strictly exclude all unauthorized


persons from the works and the site and shall set up notice boards to
that effect.
Delays

C The Contractor will be deemed to have made allowance for all


delays caused by difficulty in obtaining labour and materials or by
suspension of part or the whole of the Works due to adverse
weather conditions.

Overtime and Completion

D The whole of the Works are to completed by the time stated in the
Contract and no extra will be allowed in respect of overtime paid
to achieve this.

E In the event of the Works falling behind programme for reasons


other than those which would entitle the Contractor to an extension
of time under the Conditions of Contract, then the Contractor shall,
if so instructed by the Architect arrange, at no extra cost, double-shift
working on the site until such time as progress on the site is in
accordance with the programme.

F If overtime is specifically ordered in writing by the Architect in


respect of extra works, the net extra cost, over and above normal
daily rates, will be paid to the Contractor.

Dismissal by Request

G The Contractor shall, on the written request of the Architect or his


representative on the site, immediately dismiss from the Works
any person employed by him thereon who may, in the opinion of
the Architect be incompetent or misconduct himself and such person
shall not again be employed on the Works without the written
permission of the Architect.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Imported Materials

A Where materials are to be supplied from outside Nigeria the cost


of such materials, C.I.F. Apapa Docks together with landing charges,
duty and other Government taxes will be part of the P. C. or
Provisional Sum included in the Bills of Quantities. The Contractor
will be required to collect and clear the materials from Apapa Docks,
handle, load and transport them to the site and will be responsible
for any loss or damage to the materials after they are landed; where
imported items are measured in this document, the tendered rates
will be deemed to fully allow for the above costs.

Attendance on Nominated Sub-Contractors

B Without in any way limiting the meaning and interpretation, general


attendance on nominated or selected Sub-Contractors shall include
free of charge to the Sub-Contractor the following services for the
purpose of the relative Sub-contract works:

1. access to the site and places where the Sub-contract work is to be


carried out, including the reasonable use of any temporary
personnel hoists erected by the Contractor.

2. the provision of water and lighting and of single phase electric


power to a position within 50 meters of the place where Sub-
contract work is to be carried out.

3. the provision of an area for the Sub-Contractor to establish


office accommodation, temporary workshops and for the storage
of plant and materials.

4. the use of erected scaffolding belonging to the Contractor whilst


it so remains erected upon the site.

5. the use of mess rooms, latrine, health and welfare facilities and
the like, where provided

6. the use of the site telephone and facsimile machine, where


provided, subject to the payment by the Sub-Contractor for all
his outgoing calls

7. every assistance necessary for the due performance by all


Sub-Contractors of their work to enable them to execute their
work in a workmanlike manner and in a proper order and
sequence.

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Attendance on Nominated Sub-Contractors (cont'd)


8. supervise and administer the Sub-Contractors and arrange and
monitor programmes with each Sub-Contractor and supplier and
co-ordinate the work of all Sub-Contractors and deliveries by
suppliers.

9. clearing away of all rubbish, pickings and the like.

Taxes etc.
A In all cases the tenderer shall ensure that the amount of his tender
incorporates all statutory taxes and levies and that nothing remains
to be added thereto.

B Value-Added Tax (VAT) shall not be included in the prices and/or


rates of all measured items. The value in respect of VAT shall be
added as a lump sum inserted against the appropriate item on the
final summary page.

C Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, should


the rate of VAT be changed between the tender closing date and the
date of issue of the final payment certificate, any additional tax
payable by the Contractor resulting from such change in VAT shall
be for the account of the Employer and any reduction in tax likewise
resulting shall be for the benefit of the Employer.

D The Contractor shall attach his tax invoice as prescribed by the


Value-Added Tax Act to each payment certificate when presenting
the certificate to the Employer for payment. Failure to present the
correct tax invoice to the Employer with a payment certificate shall
be deemed not to constitute presentation of the certificate for
payment.

Payment of Preliminaries

E The amount to be included in each monthly payment certificate in


respect of preliminaries costs shall be calculated from the priced
items within the preliminaries section of the bill of quantities.

F Prior to the signing of the contract the successful tenderer and the
quantity surveyor shall agree a division of the priced preliminaries
items into

1. an initial or establishment charge, payment of which shall be made to


the Contractor on proof that the relevant expenditures have been made.
2. a monthly charge, and
3. a final or dis-establishment charge

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Preliminaries (cont'd)

Payment of Preliminaries (Cond't)


In arriving at such division cognisance shall be taken of such factors as

1. premiums for policies of insurance and construction guarantee


being renewable annually

2. plant, scaffolding and the like remaining the property of the


Contractor or the hiring company and the capital costs thereof
not being treated as part of the initial charge.

A In the event of an extension of the construction period for the


practical completion of the works the monthly charge shall be
recalculated on the same basis as originally but taking into account
the revised construction period and the amounts already paid to
the Contractor.

B Should the successful tenderer and the quantity surveyor be


unable to agree such division and the contract is nevertheless
signed then the quantity surveyor shall make a fair and reasonable
division of the preliminaries to be incorporated in the valuations
for each monthly certificate.

Variations
C No variations are to be made unless confirmed by the Architect
in writing and in accordance with the Conditions of Contract.
The Contractor shall notify the Quantity Surveyor within ten days
of receipt of any variation which might have any cost implication.

D Where execution of an Architect's instruction causes a variation to


the contract sum the Contractor shall notify the Architect of any such
time or financial implications within 7 days of issue of the Architect's
instruction and if so notified shall be dealt with under clause 13.
Notwithstanding the above, no work with time or financial
implications shall be put in hand without approval of the cost
implications. Notwithstanding that the Contractor has 7 days to
notify the Architect of cost or time implications of any instruction,
the cost of any delay to the project as a result of the Contractor not
notifying the Architect immediately on the receipt of an instruction,
shall be for the Contractor's account.

Rates
E The Contractor's rates for all measured items relating to the works
shall include for carrying out the works in accordance with all the
terms and requirements of the Drawings, Bills of Quantities and
Trade Preambles.

To Collection

Item Description Amount


Preliminaries (cont'd)

Prime Cost (P.C.) Sums

A The following items in connection with prime cost sums are in


addition to the Contractor's obligations described elsewhere (for
example, provision of scaffolding, etc.)

B Receipted vouchers for all articles for which prime cost amounts
are included in the Bills of Quantities must be produced at the final
settlement of accounts and the final certificate will not be issued
until such receipts have been produced.

C The Contractor shall allow for checking Nominated Suppliers'


invoices and quotations, etc., before placing orders in respect of
P.C. items and shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all
materials so ordered are sufficient and correct in quantity and
contain due allowance for waste, etc.

D The Contractor shall allow for checking all materials supplied by


Nominated Suppliers at the time of receipt on the site, unpacking,
repacking and taking all necessary action in respect of insurance
claims and the re-ordering of broken or damaged articles.

E Where the Contractor is required to 'Fix Only' materials supplied


by Nominated Suppliers or others, the rates inserted in the Bills of
Quantities are to allow for taking delivery, unloading on the site,
handling, checking, stacking, storing and protecting until required,
assembling as necessary and getting into position before fixing.

F Where the term 'attendance' or attend upon' is used in the Bills


of Quantities in connection with Nominated Sub-Contractor's work,
or work executed by others, the Contractor shall allow for the use
of standing scaffolding, canteens, sanitary accommodation, space
for storage of plant and materials and for providing light and water
and clearing away rubbish and for taking delivery of all materials
when received on the site, unloading, handling, stacking or storing
until required and hoisting into position. The Contractor shall allow
for affording the maximum co-operation in arranging that builder's
work is carried out, as far as possible to suit the convenience of the
Sub-Contractors. The Contractor shall obtain from the Sub-contract-
tors their requirements for recesses, chases, holes and the like so
that these may be formed correctly as the work proceeds. No extra
charge will be allowed for cutting chases, holes, etc., out of proper
sequence.

To Collection
Item Description Amount

Preliminaries (cont'd)

Profit on P.C. Sums

A Following a P.C. Sum, provision has been made for the Contractor
to insert his element of profit. The Contractor should take notice
that if no percentage is stated against this profit item, the amount
as shown (if any) will, in the case of the Prime Cost Sum fluctuating
be calculated as a percentage of the particular sum to which it
refers and the resultant percentage used in adjustments.

Provisional Sums

B Work executed against provisional sums shall be measured and


valued in accordance with Clause 13 of the Conditions of Contract
with the exception that the cost of materials falling within the scope
of P.C. items elsewhere in the Bills of Quantities will be offset
against those P.C. items.

Final Account

C The Contractor shall furnish the quantity surveyor with all documents
in support of any statement of his rights for the purpose of preparing
the final account and if so requested by the quantity surveyor
the Contractor shall furnish all invoices with receipts or
proof of payment for all items of extra work and those for which
provisional amounts are allowed.

Omission of P.C. or Provisional Sums

D The Employer reserves the right to omit any P.C. or Provisional


Sum from the Contract and no claim for loss of profit arising from
such omissions will be entertained.

Direct Payment by Employer for Materials for measured items, Prime


Cost and Provisional Sums

E The Employer reserves the right to pay directly to the supplier for
any items covered in this Contract by P.C. or Provisional Sums.
To Collection

Item Description Amount

Preliminaries (cont'd)

General Items

Site Noticeboards

A Provide and erect a site notice board showing the title of the
Contract, names and addresses of the Employer, Consultants,
Nominated Suppliers and Sub-Contractors and such information as
may be required by the Architect who shall approve the design layout
and Colours of the board. The whole board shall be maintained in
good condition, repainted as necessary and removed at practical
completion.

Clearing Rubbish

B Allow for clearing away all shavings, cuttings and other rubbish as
it accumulates from time to time during the progress of the Works
and on completion, including that of Sub-Contractors, tenants and
special tradesmen and the disposal of all materials condemned by
the Architect.

Cleaning on Completion

C Allow for cleaning down the whole of the premises including


cleaning glass both sides and cleaning off all floors, pavings,
metalwork, finishing and fittings throughout, touching up generally
and removing all stains, dirt and surplus materials and rubbish and
leaving the works and site in a clean and tidy condition and ready
for immediate use, with all damage to property, roads, paths and
drains, etc., made good to the satisfaction of the Architect.

Defects after Completion

D Allow for inspecting the Works at the end of the Defects Liability
Period and making good all defects in accordance with Clause 15
of the Conditions of Contract. Allow also for inspecting and making
good such defects as may be of an urgent nature during the
Defects Liability Period.

Exterminate and Prevent Pests

E Allow for effectively destroying all vermin, insects and pests to


the whole area of the site taking all preventive measures to maintain
the site in a clean and sanitary condition to the satisfaction of the
Architect.
To Collection

Item Description Amount

Preliminaries (cont'd)

Fluctuations

A The Contractor's attention is drawn to the notes to the Appendix at the


end of these Bills of Quantities as they have important bearing on
the method of pricing the list of basic prices of materials and goods

B All items mentioned on the list of basic prices in the Appendix must be
supported by the quotations based on rates current at the date of
available tender and which shall be made available for inspection
before the tender is accepted
The Contractor should be aware that the only reimburseable expenditure
for labour is that resulting from alterations in the rules and agreements
of the bodies referred to in Clause 38 of the Conditions of Contract

C The Contractor should note that accurate records are to be kept of


wages paid. All wage sheets are to separately identify basic wages
additional payment for task work and overtime payments. It is
essential that upon the announcement of any labour awards as defined
clarification must immediately be ought from the Architects on the
admissibility of fluctuations on payment for task work and the productive
and unproductive elements of overtime

D The date of tender shall, for the purpose of the fluctuations clause, be
deemed to be ten days before the date fixed by the Employer for the
receipt of tender.

Advertisements

E The Contractor shall not display, or permit the display of any


advertisement within the boundaries of the site or upon any
temporary fencing, hoarding, plant, etc., save upon the written
instructions of the Architect.

Community Relations / Miscellaneous Expenses

F Allow the Provisional sum of _________________________________


only for Community Relations and miscellaneous items within the
competence of the Project Manager to dispose off
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Item Description Amount

Summary

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Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount

ELEMENT NO.1

WORK UNDER THE GROUND UP TO FLOOR SLAB


(ALL PROVISIONAL)

Site preparation

A Excavate to remove topsoil 150mm deep 575 m2 150.00 86,250.00

D20: Excavation

Mass excavation and the likes, Commencing from


B formation level, maximum depth < 1.00m 73 m3 1,500.00 109,500.00

C Excavate trench for ground beam starting from 16 m3 1,200.00 19,200.00


stripped level, maximum depth not exceeding 1.00m

Working space allowance

Excavate working space allowance for pit excavation,


D maximum depth not exceeding 2.00m including filling 181 m2 1,200.00 217,200.00
with materials arising from the excavations and
removing surplus excavated materials from site

Earthwork Support

Earthwork support to sides of trench excavated, not


E exceedeing 2.0m between opposing faces and 181 m2 1,500.00 271,500.00
maximum depth not exceeding 1.0m

Disposal of Water

F Allow for keeping the surface of the site and Item 250,000.00
excavation free of surface and ground water.

Disposal of excavated materials

Disposal of excavated topsoil material 20m away from


G site 86 m3 650.00 56,062.50

H Remove surplus excavated materials from site 73 m3 650.00 47,450.00

Filling
500mm thick Imported sand filling to make up levels
J 126 m3 3,600.00 453,600.00
deposited and compacted in 150mm layers

K 250mm thickImported hardcore filling to make up 63 m3 6,500.00 409,500.00


levels deposited and compacted in 150mm layers

Surface treatment
L Compacting bottom of excavations to receive blinding 575 m2 150.00 86,250.00

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To Collection 2,006,512.50

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO.1 (Contd.)

Anti termite treatment

Applying herbicides; Prepare and apply one coat of


A "Dieldrex" or similar equal approved antitermite 756 m2 200.00 151,200.00
treatment solution to surfaces of excavation.

In-Situ Concrete/ Large Precast Concrete


E10: In - Situ Concrete
B Plain in -situ concrete mix (1:10) blinding not 4 m3 28,000.00 112,000.00
exceeding 50mm thick under ground beam

C Ditto; raft slab 50mm thick 24 m3 28,000.00 672,000.00

D Ditto; pool base 50mm thick 3 m3 28,000.00 84,000.00

Vibrated reinforced in-situ concrete Grade 30:


20mm maximum aggregate size

E Ground slab 250mm thick 67 m3 42,000.00 2,814,000.00

F Swimming Pool Slab; 250mm thick 17 m3 42,000.00 714,000.00

G Ground slab 200mm thick 37 m3 42,000.00 1,554,000.00

H Ground slab 150mm thick 8 m3 42,000.00 336,000.00

J Lift shaft base 2 m3 42,000.00 84,000.00

K Swimming Pool Walls 29 m3 42,000.00 1,218,000.00

L Ground beam 65 m3 42,000.00 2,730,000.00

M Lift Walls in Foundation 2 m3 42,000.00 84,000.00

N Concrete Walls in Foundation 14 m3 42,000.00 588,000.00

P Steps 3 m3 42,000.00 126,000.00

E20: Formwork for in situ concrete


Sawn formwork to achieve fair face finish
Q Vertical sides of ground beam 470 m2 3,500.00 1,645,000.00

R Vertical sides of lift walls in foundation 19 m2 3,500.00 66,500.00

S Vertical sides of concrete walls in foundation 503 m2 3,500.00 1,760,500.00

T Vertical sides of swimming pool walls 254 m2 3,500.00 889,000.00

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U Horizontal soffit of suspended steps 28 m2 3,500.00 98,000.00

To Collection 15,726,200.00

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO.1 (Contd.)

A Edges of ground slab 150-250mm high 265 m 1,050.00 278,250.00

B Edges of swimming pool slab 250mm high 35 m 1,050.00 36,750.00

C Edges of lift shaft base 11 m 1,050.00 11,550.00

D Edges of steps 150mm high 137 m 1,050.00 143,850.00

J20: Waterproofing
1000 guage polythene membrane laid on blinded
E hardcore and over ground beam and lapped 200mm 556 m2 250.00 139,000.00
sides and ends.

E30: Reinforcement in situ concrete

High yield steel bar reinforcement to B.S 4461 having


a minimum strength of 460N/mm2 bar cut and bent
to required dimensions including hooks, spacers,
distance blocks and tying wires (Provisional)

F 10 - 12mm diameter bar in ground slab 13.44 ton 355,000.00 4,771,200.00

G 10 - 12mm swimming pool base slab 2.04 ton 355,000.00 724,200.00

H 10 - 12mm diameter bar in lift shaft base 0.24 ton 355,000.00 85,200.00

J 10mm - 16mm ditto in concrete walls in foundation 2.52 ton 355,000.00 894,600.00

K 10mm - 16mm ditto in lift walls in foundation 0.36 ton 355,000.00 127,800.00

L 10mm - 16mm ditto in swimming pool walls 5.22 ton 355,000.00 1,853,100.00

M 10mm - 16mm ditto in step 0.36 ton 355,000.00 127,800.00

Waterproofing/Tanking to swimming pool


Mastic asphalt/ insulation / finishes
Approved layers and felt membrane to Architect's
details and specification.

N Laid to falls on screeded bed (measured separately) 67 m2 8,000.00 536,000.00

O Ditto to wall on screeded backing 125 m2 8,000.00 1,000,000.00


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P Ditto to pool deck on screeded bed 153 m2 8,000.00 1,224,000.00

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To Collection 11,953,300.00

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO.1 (Contd.)

Cement and sand (1:4) beds and backing 0.00


0.00
25mm (Average) floated bed on concrete laid to fall to
receive 0.00
A felt horizontally 67 m2 1,300.00 87,100.00

B Ditto vertically 125 m2 1,300.00 162,500.00

C 300mm x 3mm Plate water bar 82 m 5,500.00 451,000.00

Concrete Admixtures
Supply and apply concrete admixtures to concrete
D mix, to be applied 9kg/m3 of concrete. Type; Neo
Crystall obtainable from Construction coating
Solutions Ltd. 1220 kg 1,535.00 1,872,700.00

F10: Brick / Block walling

Sandcrete hollow blockwork, bedded and jointed


in cement and sand mortar (1:6) in strecher
bond:

E 150mm thick wall; to edges of swimming pool and lift 32 m2 4,200.00 134,400.00
walls

Other Substructural work


Allow a provisional sum for other unforseen
F substructural work to be expended as directed by the Sum 300,000.00
Architect

To Collection 3,007,700.00

COLLECTION

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WORK UNDER THE GROUND UP TO FLOOR SLAB


(ALL PROVISIONAL)
CARRIED TO SUMMARY N 32,693,712.50

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO. 2

FRAMES

E10: In - Situ Concrete


Vibrated reinforced in-situ concrete Grade 25:

A Columns 18 m3 36,000.00 648,000.00

B Concrete Walls 35 m3 36,000.00 1,260,000.00

C Beams 37 m3 36,000.00 1,332,000.00

D lift shaft 20 m3 36,000.00 720,000.00

E20: Formwork for in situ concrete


Sawn formwork to:
E Vertical sides of columns 276 m2 3,500.00 966,000.00

F Sides of Concrete Walls; plain vertical 374 m2 3,500.00 1,309,000.00

G Vertical sides & soffit of Beams 398 m2 3,500.00 1,393,000.00

H Sides of lift shaft 182 m2 3,500.00 637,000.00

E30: Reinforcement in situ concrete


High yield bar reinforcement to BS 4461
(Provisional)

J 8mm - 25mm diameter bar in columns 3.96 ton 355,000.00 1,405,800.00

K 8mm -25mm diameter bar in concrete walls 6.30 ton 355,000.00 2,236,500.00

L 8mm -25mm diameter bar in beams 6.66 ton 355,000.00 2,364,300.00

M 8mm -25mm diameter bar in lift shaft 3.60 ton 355,000.00 1,278,000.00

FRAMES
CARRIED TO SUMMARY 15,549,600.00

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Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount
ELEMENT NO. 3

UPPER FLOORS

E10: In - Situ Concrete


Vibrated reinforced in-situ concrete Grade 25:

A Suspended slab; 175 - 200mm thick 159 m3 36,000.00 5,724,000.00

E20: Formwork for in situ concrete


Sawn formwork to:

B Soffits of suspended slab and attached beams 845 m2 3,500.00 2,957,500.00

C Edges of suspended slab; 150-200mm high 288 m 1,050.00 302,400.00

E30: Reinforcement in situ concrete


High yield bar reinforcement to BS 4461
(Provisional)

D 10 -12mm diameter bar in suspended slab 19.08 ton 355,000.00 6,773,400.00

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UPPER FLOORS
CARRIED TO SUMMARY 15,757,300.00

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO. 3

ROOF AND ROOF COVERING


Information

The work in this section comprises of reinforced


concrete slab, beams, and associated works.

The contractor should refer to Engineering and


Architectural drawings for details and scope of the
works

E10: In - Situ Concrete


Vibrated reinforced in-situ concrete mix C25
20mm aggregate minimum cement content
290kg/m3; filled into formwork and well packed
around reinforcement (formwork and
reinforcement both measured separately) in:

A Roof Beam 28 m3 36,000.00 1,008,000.00

B Roof Slab; 200mm thick 15 m3 36,000.00 540,000.00

C Roof Canopy Slab; 200mm thick 11 m3 36,000.00 396,000.00

E20: Formwork for in situ concrete


D Sawn formwork to:

E Sides and soffit of roof beam 274 m2 3,500.00 959,000.00

F Soffit of Roof Slab 72 m2 3,500.00 252,000.00

G Soffit of Roof Slab 56 m2 3,500.00 196,000.00

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H Edges of roof slab 200mm high 47 m 1,050.00 49,350.00

J Edges of roof canopy slab 200mm high 53 m 1,050.00 55,650.00

E30: Reinforcement in situ concrete


High yield steel bar reinforcement to B.S 4449
(Provisional)
L 12mm diameter bar in roof beam 5.04 ton 355,000.00 1,789,200.00

M 12mm diameter bar in roof slab 1.80 ton 355,000.00 639,000.00

N Ditto; roof canopy slab 1.32 ton 355,000.00 468,600.00

Cement and sand (1:4) beds and backing 0.00


0.00
25mm (Average) floated bed on concrete laid to fall to
receive 0.00
P felt horizontally 26 m2 1,300.00 33,800.00

To Collection 6,386,600.00

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount

ELEMENT NO.3 ROOF AND ROOF COVERING


(Contd.)

Waterproofing
Single layer of TNT Studoplast surface coating to
screeded surface.
A Laid to falls on screeded bed (measured separately) 26 m2 8,000.00 208,000.00

ROOF COVERING
H72: Clading / Covering

0.55mm aluminium roofing sheet laid to approved


B slope and manufacturer's end and side laps fixed to 294 m2 4,200.00 1,234,800.00
steel roof trusses..

Sawn hardwood, building quality, treated with


anti-termite treatment and protective coating
from salt water action

C 50x150mm hardwood timber rafters 242 m 850.00 205,700.00

D 75x100mm hardwood timber wall plate 50 m 750.00 37,500.00

E 50x150mm hardwood timber tie beam 267 m 850.00 226,950.00

F 50x150mm hardwood timber king post and struts 516 m 850.00 438,600.00

G 50x75mm hardwood timber purlins 318 m 650.00 206,700.00

To Collection 2,558,250.00

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COLLECTION

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ROOF AND ROOF COVERING


CARRIED TO SUMMARY 8,944,850.00

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount

ELEMENT NO. 5
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL WALLS

E10: In - Situ Concrete

Vibrated reinforced in-situ concrete Grade 25:

A Lintel 11 m3 36,000.00 396,000.00

E20: Formwork for in situ concrete


Sawn formwork to:

B Sides and soffit of lintel 139 m2 3,500.00 486,500.00

E30: Reinforcement for in situ concrete

High yield bar reinforcement to BS 4461


(Provisional)

C 10 - 12mm diameter in lintel 1.54 Ton 355,000.00 546,700.00

F10: Brick / Block walling

Sandcrete hollow blockwork, bedded and jointed


in cement and sand mortar (1:6) in strecher
bond:

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D 230mm thick wall 1306 m2 4,300.00 5,615,800.00

E 150mm thick wall 152 m2 4,100.00 623,200.00

F 230mm perforated wall 2 m2 4,500.00 9,000.00

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL WALLS


CARRIED TO GENERAL SUMMARY 7,677,200.00

Item Description Qty Unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO. 6
STAIRCASE

In - Situ Concrete
Vibrated reinforced in-situ concrete Grade 25:

A Staircase 15 m3 36,000.00 540,000.00

Formwork for in situ concrete


Sawn formwork to:

B Surface of risers 170mm high 109 m 700.00 76,300.00

C Sloping soffit of staircase 55 m2 3,500.00 192,500.00

D Edges of sloping soffit of staircase; 300mm high 86 m 1,050.00 90,300.00

E Soffit of landing 14 m2 3,500.00 49,000.00

F Edges of landing 33 m 700.00 23,100.00

Reinforcement in situ concrete


High yield bar reinforcement to BS 4461
(Provisional)

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G 12mm diameter in staircase 2.10 ton 355,000.00 745,500.00

Mortar; cement and sand (1:4) trowelled smooth


12mm work on stair

H Sloping soffit of staircase 55 m2 1,200.00 66,000.00

J Sloping edge of staircase width 300mm 86 m 360.00 30,960.00

K Soffit of landing 14 m2 1,200.00 16,800.00

L Edges of landing width 150mm 33 m 180.00 5,940.00

M Surface of risers 170mm high 109 m 180.00 19,620.00

Cement and sand (1:6)


40mm thick work to floors on concrete base; one
coatlevel and to falls only not exceeding 15 degrees
from horizontal to receive vitrified floor tiles

N Landing 14 m2 1,300.00 18,200.00

P Riser; 170mm high 109 m 260.00 28,340.00

Q Tread; 280mm wide 95 m 390.00 37,050.00

To Collection 1,939,610.00

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO.6 (Contd.)

Internal work

Surface finishes

Stone/Concrete/Quarry/Ceramic tiling/Mosaic
Approved quality Non -slip Vitrified floor tiles ( pc
=N=5,500.00/m2 ) laid with cement slurry or
adhesives to approved pattern on screeded bed
(measured separately):

A Landing 14 m2 8,600.00 120,400.00

B Ditto on Tread; width 300mm 95 m 2,580.00 245,100.00

C Ditto Riser; 150mm high 109 m 1,290.00 140,610.00

Metal stairs/Walkways/Balustrades

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900mm high stainless steel handrailing to Architect's


D details plugged to concrete or blockwork with 23 m 65,000.00 1,495,000.00
stainless screw;

To Collection 2,001,110.00

COLLECTION

Page 9 1,939,610.00

Page 10 2,001,110.00

STAIRCASE
CARRIED TO SUMMARY 3,940,720.00

Item Description Qty unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO. 7
WINDOWS
L10: Metal windows/Screens

Fix only quality white powder coated aluminium


composite window complete profile with 5mm thick
blue tinted factory fitted laminated safety double
glazing, solar control, flyscreen including steel
subframes matching colours, and all necessary
ironmongery, fixing screws; fixed in accordance with
manufacturer's specification and Architects approval.

Aluminium Windows

A Fixed glass window size 300 x 2400mm high; 2 nr 32,400.00 64,800.00

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B Ditto window size 500 x 2400mm high; 3 nr 54,000.00 162,000.00

C Ditto window size 600 x1200mm high; 3 nr 32,400.00 97,200.00

D Ditto window size 600 x 2100mm high; 3 nr 56,700.00 170,100.00

E Ditto window size 600 x 2100mm high; 18 nr 64,800.00 1,166,400.00

F Ditto window size 900 x 1800mm high; 2 nr 72,900.00 145,800.00

G Ditto window size 900 x 2250mm high; 5 nr 91,125.00 455,625.00

H Ditto window size 910 x 210mm high; 1 nr 85,050.00 85,050.00

J Ditto window size 1200 x 600mm high; 1 nr 32,400.00 32,400.00

K Ditto window size 1200 x 1050mm high; 1 nr 72,900.00 72,900.00

L Ditto window size 1200 x 1350mm high; 1 nr 56,700.00 56,700.00

M Ditto window size 1500 x 1200mm high; 1 nr 81,000.00 81,000.00

N Ditto window size 1500 x 1800mm high; 2 nr 121,500.00 243,000.00

P Ditto window size 1800 x 1050mm high; 2 nr 85,050.00 170,100.00

Q Ditto window size 1800 x 2400mm high; 1 nr 194,400.00 194,400.00

R Ditto window size 3000 x 1800mm high; 4 nr 243,000.00 972,000.00

S Ditto window size 3900 x 2400mm high; 1 nr 421,200.00 421,200.00

T Ditto window size 3900 x 400mm high; 1 nr 71,460.00 71,460.00

Burglary Proof
U Fabricated wrought iron steel burglary proofing to 103 m2 16,000.00 1,648,000.00
window openings

CARRIED TO SUMMARY 6,310,135.00

Item Description Qty Unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO. 8

DOORS AND IRONMONGERY

Timber doors/ shutters / hatches


Fix only quality approved 83 X 38mm Solid Timber
Framing from approved hardwood timber, faced on
both sides with 3mm Thick Plywood and Finished
over with 6mm thick medium density fibre board
matching locks and hinges including approved
painting to Architects approval.

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Single Leaf Timber Solid Core Flush Door


A Door size 750 x 2100mm high 7 nr 80,000.00 560,000.00

B Ditto; 900 x 2400mm high 22 nr 95,000.00 2,090,000.00

Security Doors
C Ditto; 1200 x 2400mm high 2 nr 350,000.00 700,000.00

Double Leaf Timber Solid Core Door


D Ditto; 1500 x 2100mm high 2 nr 200,000.00 400,000.00

Foldable Door
E Four panel foldable timber door, Size; 1350 x 3000 1 nr 350,000.00 350,000.00

Cavity Single Flush Sliding Door


F Ditto; 900 x 2400mm high 2 nr 120,000.00 240,000.00

Aluminium Door
G Two Panel Sliding Door Size 1400 x 2100mm high 6 nr 147,000.00 882,000.00

Glass Sliding Door


H Two Glass Panel Sliding Door Size 1850 x 2700mm 1 nr 249,750.00 249,750.00
high

Three Glass Panel Sliding Door Size 2100 x 3000mm


J 1 nr 405,000.00 405,000.00
high

K Four Glass Panel Sliding Door Size 3000 x 3000mm 2 nr 450,000.00 900,000.00
high

L Three Glass Panel Sliding Door Size 3000 x 2400mm 1 nr 360,000.00 360,000.00
high

M Three Glass Panel Sliding Door Size 3100 x 2700mm 2 nr 418,500.00 837,000.00
high

N Four Glass Panel Sliding Door Size 3600 x 2800mm 2 nr 504,000.00 1,008,000.00
high

P Four Glass Panel Sliding Door Size 4200 x 2600mm 5 nr 546,000.00 2,730,000.00
high

DOORS AND IRONMONGERY


CARRIED TO SUMMARY 11,711,750.00

Item Description Qty Unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO. 9
FITTINGS AND FIXTURES

Kitchen Cabinet

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Allow a provisional sum for the supply and


A installations of kitchen cabinet finished with 25mm sum 3,500,000.00
thick granite vanity top; 2m long and 0.6m wide to be
executed as directed by the Architect/ client (2nr)

Curtain Wall
B Supply and install Glass Curtain wall to architect's 33 m2 70,000.00 2,310,000.00
specification

Handrail
C Glass rail to Architect's specifications; height 38 m 100,000.00 3,800,000.00

Aluminium Grill (Balcony)


D Supply and install aluminium mesh/grill to 126 m2 45,000.00 5,670,000.00
architect's specifications

FITTINGS AND FIXTURES


CARRIED TO SUMMARY 15,280,000.00

Item Description Qty Unit Rate Amount


ELEMENT NO. 10

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FLOOR FINISHINGS

Surface finishes
M10: Sand cement/Concrete/Granolithic
Screeds/Flooring
Cement and sand (1:3)
40mm thick work to floors; one coat; screeded level
A and to falls only not exceeding 15 degrees from 732 m2 1,300.00 951,600.00
horizontal to receive vitrified and patio tiles

B 100mm high ditto as skirting on wall 540 m 156.00 84,240.00

C 40mm Cement and sand (1:4) in protective screed 47 m2 1,300.00 61,100.00


laid on waterproof material (Swimming pool)

D Ditto pool deck & Terrace 175 m2 1,300.00 227,500.00

Waterproofing

Two coat slurry application of Masterseal 501, 1kg


E per coat per square meter on suspended bathrooms 123 m2 8,000.00 984,000.00
and kitchen, according to ther manufacurer's
instructions. (Kitchen, toilet & terrace)

Stone/Concrete/Quarry/Ceramic tiling/Mosaic.

Approved quality 900 x 900mm full bodied porcelain


F floor tiles ( pc =N=5500.00/m2 ) laid with cement 607 m2 8,600.00 5,220,200.00
slurry or adhesives to approved pattern on screeded
bed (measured separately)

Approved patio tiles ( pc =N=9,000.00/m2 ) laid


G with cement slurry or adhesives to approved pattern 47 m2 14,000.00 658,000.00
on swimming pool screeded bed (measured
separately);

H Ditto pool deck & Terraces 175 m2 14,000.00 2,450,000.00

Polished Wood Floor Finish


Approved quality wood floor finish to architect's
J 101 m2 14,000.00 1,414,000.00
specification

Carpet/Rug
K Approved quality floor rug laid over screeded floor 10 m2 35,000.00 350,000.00
(gym)

Skirting.

Approved quality 10mm x 100mm full bodied


L porcelain floor tiles Skirting( pc =N=5,500.00/m2 ) 540 m 860.00 464,400.00
laid with cement slurry or adhesives to approved
pattern on screeded bed (measured separately): -

FLOOR FINISHINGS
CARRIED TO SUMMARY 12,865,040.00

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ELEMENT NO. 11
WALL FINISHES
Internal work

M20: Pastered/Rendered/Roughcast coating

Mortar; cement and sand (1:4) trowelled smooth

A 12mm thick work to walls on blockwork 1521 m2 1,200.00 1,825,200.00

B Ditto reveals; width not exceeding 100mm 345 m 120.00 41,400.00

POP Screeding

C POP screed on rendered wall 1521 m2 1,000.00 1,521,000.00

D Ditto reveals; width not exceeding 225mm 345 m 225.00 77,625.00

M20: Pastered/Rendered/Roughcast coating

Mortar; cement and sand (1:4) trowelled smooth

12mm thick work to walls on blockwork to receive


E wall 367 m2 1,200.00 440,400.00
tiles.

F Ditto reveals; width not exceeding 100mm 64 m 120.00 7,680.00

M40: Stone/Concrete/Quarry/Ceramic
tiling/Mosaic.

Approved quality unglazed ceramic wall tile ( pc


=N=3,000.00/m2 ), laid with suitable adhesives to
G Architect's approved pattern, colour and 367 m2 5,000.00 1,835,000.00
manufactuers specification and instruction on
backing (measured separately):

H Ditto reveal; width not exceeding 100mm 64 m 500.00 32,000.00

To Collection 5,780,305.00

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ELEMENT NO. 11 Cont'd.

External work
M20: Pastered/Rendered/Roughcast coating

Mortar; cement and sand (1:4) trowelled smooth

12mm thick work to walls on concrete base or


A blockwork 657 m2 1,200.00 788,400.00
to receive painting

B Ditto Isolated columns & concrete walls 333 m2 1,200.00 399,600.00

C Ditto reveal; width not exceeding 100mm 345 m 120.00 41,400.00

D 12mm thick work in protective screed laid on 127 m2 1,200.00 152,400.00


waterproof material (Swimming pool wall)

POP Screeding

E POP screed on rendered wall 657 m2 1,000.00 657,000.00

F Ditto reveal; width not exceeding 100mm 345 m 100.00 34,500.00

G Ditto Isolated columns 333 m2 1,000.00 333,000.00

M40: Stone/Concrete/Quarry/Ceramic
tiling/Mosaic

Approved mosaic tiles ( pc =N=5000.00/m2 ) laid


H with cement slurry or adhesives to approved pattern 127 m2 8,000.00 1,016,000.00
on screeded bed (measured separately); size 45mm x
45mm x 4mm thick

To Collection 3,422,300.00

COLLECTION

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WALL FINISHINGS
CARRIED TO SUMMARY 9,202,605.00
Item Description Qty Unit Rate Amount

CEILING FINISHINGS

Pastered/Rendered/Roughcast coating

M20: PLASTERED/RENDERED/ROUGHCAST
COATINGS/ SCREEDING

Mortar; cement and sand (1:4) trowelled smooth

12mm work on suspended slab to receive two coat of


A emulsion paint 564 m2 1,200.00 676,800.00

600 x 600 x 12.5mm thick Gypsum plaster board


surface finish suspended ceiling in concealed grid
B system fixed to galvanized steel adjustable 252 m2 6,500.00 1,638,000.00
suspension hooks . sanded smooth

CEILING FINISHINGS
CARRIED TO SUMMARY 2,314,800.00

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ELEMENT NO. 13
PAINTING AND DECORATIONS
Internal Work
M60: Painting/Clear finishings

Mist coat, two full coats of white washable paint


on:

A Rendered general surfaces of wall; girth exceeding 1521 m2 1,800.00 2,737,800.00


300mm

B Ditto reveals; width not exceeding 100mm 345 m 180.00 62,100.00

C General sufaces of landing 14 m2 1,800.00 25,200.00

D Sloping soffit of staircase 55 m2 1,800.00 99,000.00

E Soffits of suspended slab 564 m2 1,800.00 1,015,200.00

F Suspended ceiling board, 3mm thick P.O.P plaster of 252 m2 1,800.00 453,600.00
paris finishes

External Work
Mist coat, two full coats of ''approved quality "
emulsion paint on:

G Rendered wall 657 m2 1,800.00 1,182,600.00

Ditto Isolated columns 333 m2 1,800.00 599,400.00

H Ditto reveal; width not exceeding 100mm 345 m 180.00 62,100.00

One coat red oxide prime, one undercoat, two


coats of full gloss paint on:

J Burglar proofing 103 m2 1,200.00 123,600.00

PAINTING AND DECORATIONS

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CARRIED TO GENERAL SUMMARY 6,360,600.00

Item Description Qty Unit Rate Amount

ELEMENT NO. 14 (PROVISIONAL)

PLUMBING/MECHANICAL INSTALLATION

A Allow a prime cost sum for Plumbing & Mechanical sum


services Installations 15,764,982.50

B Ditto; HVAC Services sum 17,039,733.94

C Ditto; Supply & Installation of Lift sum 12,000,000.00

D Add for profit 5% 2,240,235.82

E Add for general attendance 2.5% 1,120,117.91

F Builders' work in connection with plumbing & sum


Mechanical installation 800,000.00

PLUMBING/MECHANICAL INSTALLATION 48,965,070.17


CARRIED TO SUMMARY

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ELEMENT NO. 15

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION.

A Allow a prime cost sum for Electrical Installation 36,766,063.10

B Allow a prime cost sum for Solar System Installation


5,951,000.00

C Allow a prime cost sum for Extra Low Voltage


Installation 17,305,255.00

D Add for profit 5% 3,001,115.91

E Add for general attendance 2.5% 1,500,557.95

F Builders' work in connection with electrical sum 1,000,000.00


installation

65,523,991.96
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CARRIED TO
SUMMARY

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SUMMARY

A WORK UNDER THE GROUND UP TO GROUND FLOOR 32,693,712.50


SLAB

B FRAMES 15,549,600.00

C UPPER FLOOR 15,757,300.00

D ROOF AND ROOF COVERING 8,944,850.00

E INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL WALLS 7,677,200.00

F STAIRCASE 3,940,720.00

G WINDOWS 6,310,135.00

H DOORS AND IRONMONGERY 11,711,750.00

J FITTINGS AND FIXTURES 15,280,000.00

K FLOOR FINISHINGS 12,865,040.00

L WALL FINISHINGS 9,202,605.00

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M CEILING FINISHINGS 2,314,800.00

N PAINTING AND DECORATIONS 6,360,600.00

P PLUMBING/MECHANICAL INSTALLATION 48,965,070.17

Q ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION 65,523,991.96

MAIN BUILDING
CARRIED TO GENERAL SUMMARY 263,097,374.63

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GENERAL EXTERNAL WORKS

ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT AMOUNT

Allow a provisional sum for external works


to be expended as required

Civil works
Fence (Making good and finishing of existing Sum 5,350,000.00
fence)

Treated timber or equal approved weather Sum 3,675,000.00


resistant material for frontal fence
Landscaping Sum 3,000,000.00
Driveway / Parking/kerbs Sum 4,620,000.00
Drainage system Sum 7,000,000.00
Gate house (1 nr.) Sum 2,500,000.00
Vehicular steel Gate (1 nr.) Sum 700,000.00
Manholes, inspection chambers, soak away pit, Sum 5,000,000.00
septic tank, water treatment etc
Refuse Disposal Sum 2,000,000.00 33,845,000.00

External electrical
External lighting Sum
Transformer and PHCN supply Sum
Mains panel, distribution board and control Sum
Power supply cables Sum
Earthing system Sum
Lightning protection system Sum -

External plumbing
Water treatment plant Sum 1,800,000.00
Sewage treatment plant Sum 1,500,000.00
Swimming Pool Equipment Sum 5,000,000.00
Borehole Sum 1,200,000.00
Water tank and asscociated pipeworks, Sum 2,000,000.00 11,500,000.00
pumping machines, accessories etc

GENERAL EXTERNAL WORKS

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CARRIED TO GENERAL SUMMARY 45,345,000.00

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ITEM DESCRIPTION AMOUNT

GENERAL SUMMARY

PRELIMINARIES 15,422,118.73

MAIN BUILDING 263,097,374.63

EXTERNAL WORKS 45,345,000.00

SUB TOTAL 323,864,493.36

ADD:
CONTINGENCY - 5% 16,193,224.67

SUB TOTAL 340,057,718.03

ADD:
ADD: VAT (5%) 17,002,885.90

GRAND TOTAL 357,060,603.93

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