Proposed alterations and renovations at Resource Centre for the Karen Roses Joint Body - ELDAMA RAVINE ; BILLS OF QUANTITIES.
An open opportunity for contractors in Kenya. Kindly consider the Procurement Act 2015 and read through the BOQ document looking for contractors to alter and renovate the resource centre for the Karen roses Joint Body and apply if you meet the criteria given.
Here is the link :BOQ Kenya 2023
What is a Bill of Quantity?
Sometimes created by a cost consultant (such as a quantity surveyor), a bill of quantities (also known as a "BoQ" or "BQ") is a document that lists project-specific measured quantities of the components included in the drawings and specifications for a completed asset, such as a building. A specification and a finished design are prerequisites for creating a bill of quantities.
A bill of quantities contains quantities that can be expressed as numbers, lengths, areas, weights, volumes, or times. Ordinarily, only larger projects are where bills of quantities are created.
The supplier can be required to measure their own quantities from drawings and schedules of work for smaller projects (or for alteration work). Work schedules are lists of instructions "without quantity."
What is it for?
A bill of quantities, often known as a "BoQ" or "BQ," is a document that includes project-specific measured amounts of the components contained in the plans and specifications for a completed asset, such as a building. It may be produced by a cost consultant (such as a quantity surveyor).
The creation of a bill of quantities requires both a specification and a completed design.
Quantities that can be stated as numbers, lengths, areas, weights, volumes, or times are included in a bill of quantities.
Bills of quantities are often only prepared for larger projects. For smaller projects, the supplier may be expected to measure their own amounts based on the designs and work schedules (or for alteration work). Work schedules are "without quantity" lists of instructions.
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