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Faculty of

Computing, Engineering
and the Built Environment

Coursework Assessment Brief


Academic Year 2017-18

Module:
BNV6099 Civils Measurement &
Cost
Assessment Title: Deliverable One

Assessment Identifier: Deliverable Weighting: 50%


One
School: Engineering and the Built Environment/ICBT Campus

Module Co-ordinator: Ms. Kavitha Kajendran

Assignment released 13th June 2017


date:
Assignment submission On or before 09th July 2017, 12.00pm (noon) UK time.
date:
Re-assessment hand in To be informed
deadline date:
Support available for Timetabled revisions sessions will be arranged for the period
students required to immediately preceding the hand in date
submit a re-assessment:

NOTE: At the first assessment attempt, the full range of marks is


available. At the re-assessment attempt the mark is capped
and the maximum mark that can be achieved is 40%.
Assessment Summary Overall assessment is 100% coursework
This Deliverable is worth 50%.
Deliverable One comprises the Quantification, compiling
standard descriptions / specifications in accordance with
standard CESSM4 measurement rules for the following
1.Concrete and Piling (Priced BOQ)
2.Road & Pipe Work (Unpriced BOQ)
IMPORTANT STATEMENTS

Standard Undergraduate Assessment Regulations

Your studies will be governed by version 5 of the Standard Undergraduate Assessment


Regulations (SUAR 5).

Under these regulations you are permitted two attempts at assessment for each module:
a first sit and re-assessment attempt.

This means that you will be required to withdraw from the course if, following the
reassessment attempt, you have not passed.

Cheating and Plagiarism

Both cheating and plagiarism are totally unacceptable and the University maintains a
strict policy against them. It is YOUR responsibility to be aware of this policy and to act
accordingly. Please refer to the Academic Registry Guidance at
https://icity.bcu.ac.uk/Academic-Registry/Information-for-Students/Assessment/Avoiding-
Allegations-of-Cheating

The basic principles are:

Dont pass off anyone elses work as your own, including work from essay
banks. This is plagiarism and is viewed extremely seriously by the University.
Dont submit a piece of work in whole or in part that has already been submitted
for assessment elsewhere. This is called duplication and, like plagiarism, is
viewed extremely seriously by the University.
Always acknowledge all of the sources that you have used in your coursework
assignment or project.
If you are using the exact words of another person, always put them in quotation
marks.
Check that you know whether the coursework is to be produced individually or
whether you can work with others.
If you are doing group work, be sure about what you are supposed to do on your
own.
Never make up or falsify data to prove your point.
Never allow others to copy your work.
Never lend disks, memory sticks or copies of your coursework to any other
student in the University; this may lead you being accused of collusion.

By submitting coursework, either physically or electronically, you are confirming that it is


your own work (or, in the case of a group submission, that it is the result of joint work
undertaken by members of the group that you represent) and that you have read and
understand the Universitys guidance on plagiarism and cheating.

Students should be aware that, at the discretion of the module co-ordinator, coursework
may be submitted to an electronic detection system in order to help ascertain if any
plagiarised material is present.
Electronic Submission of Work

Students should also be aware that it is their responsibility to ensure that work submitted
in electronic format can be opened on a faculty computer and to check that any
electronic submissions have been successfully uploaded. If it cannot be opened it will
not be marked. Any required file formats will be specified in the assignment brief and
failure to comply with these submission requirements will result in work not being
marked.

Students must retain a copy of all electronic work they have submitted and resubmit if
requested.

Learning Outcomes to be Assessed:

1. Describe and quantify civil engineering works in accordance with CESMM

2. Interpret civil engineering drawings and specification information to compile a


pricing document for tender purposes on selected measured work sections in
an electronic format

3. Construct descriptions of work appropriate to the work sections being


measured, cost and represent in a priced Bill of Quantities

Assessment Details:

All drawings, sketches and information relating to this coursework can be found in the
Coursework folders on Moodle. This is the task:

Creating a priced bill of quantities under the CESSM4 Rules for the following;
1. Proposed cancer radiation treatment centre (PHASE 01) (ONLY the
Concrete and Piling elements)
2. Construction of Hasik-Shuwaymiyah Road in Oman (ONLY the
earthwork, road, pavings and pipe work for chainage 35+000 to 35+200).
Marks will be allocated as follows:
1. Take off list, Query Sheet, Dim sheets and accuracy of quantities
(50 marks)
2. Costing information, rebasing calculations, final BOQ (30 marks)
3. Drawing submission (10 marks)
4. Presentation (10 marks)
Generally

Assume, you are working in an international Quantity Surveying Consultants firm


(named QSE) which has its branches in Sri Lanka, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain and
Dubai. QSE serves for both local and international construction projects.

Local Projects
QSE provides Quantity Surveying services, Project Management services and
services on contractual and legal matters related to construction works to the local
projects.

International Projects
QSE limits its services to preparation of BOQ for the international projects.

Task - 01
You have been assigned to a local project: Proposed cancer radiation treatment
centre (phase 01) by your organization. The type of foundation is pile foundation.
Your client needs to know the cost for the foundation. For this purpose, you have
been issued some foundation drawings (4 Drawings: S02, S04, S05 & S06)
Take off has to be taken as per CESMM4 for piling and piling ancillaries, concrete
and concrete ancillaries and to be priced.
The project is a multi storey building which has been competitively tendered using
the FIDIC Form of Contract with an overall construction period of 120 weeks. The
start on site will be start on August 2017 and completion is due to be in August
2019.
Location of the building:
For Sri Lankan Students : Kandy
For Qatar Students : Al Rayyan
For Oman Students : Muscat
For Bahrain Students : Manama
For Dubai Students : Jebel Ali
The BOQ has to be priced in the local currency of the selected location.
Task 02
Meanwhile, your organisation receives a re-measurement work for an Oman project,
Construction of Hasik-Shuwaymiyah Road. The consultant of the project,
Renardet S.A. & Partners Consulting Engineers Llc has requested QSE to retake
measurement and preparing a BOQ. Your senior quantity surveyor assigns you to
prepare the BOQ for the chainage 35+000 to 35+200. In order to do this task, you
have been issued cross-section drawings of chainage 35+000 to 35+200 (11
Drawings given from HSRP/CS/2010/35+000 to HSRP/CS/2010/35+200) and Pipe
layout & Manhole Detail (2 Drawings: HSRP/FWPL/2010/35+000-200 and
HSRP/FWMD/2010).
Take off has to be taken as per CESMM4 for Earthworks, Roads and Pavings and
Pipework. (No need to price)
Take off and price in CESSM4 bill format the following
a) Piling and piling ancillaries, concrete and concrete ancillaries to the multi
storied centre.
Take off in CESSM4 bill format the following
b) Earthwork, road, pavings and pipe work for chainage 35+000 to 35+200 of
Hasik-Shuwaymiyah Road.

Submission
Your final bill of quantities must be supported by Measurement sheets (alternatively
print out of electronic measurement sheet with sufficient annotations and side casts,
approach statement, coloured up and marked drawings, pricing information and
calculations). The BOQ MUST be uploaded as an excel document.
Prices and rates can be obtained from a range of sources eg websites, suppliers, price
books or past BOQ prices can be used and do necessary adjustments to arrive for the
current date. Please provide a source for your rates, and where you have used multiple
sources identify the different sources. If no current addition is available then prices
must be indexed and adjusted to the current date. A sum of money or rate without a
source will not be accepted.
Marks will be allocated to each section for approach statement, dimensions
presentation, dimensions accuracy, waste calculations, correct bill format, correct
descriptions, pricing and sourcing of items as noted above.
You are strongly advised to firstly note and secondly comply with the assessment
marking scheme given.
Assessment Criteria:
Deliverable One

Table of Assessment Criteria and Associated Grading Criteria


Assessment 1. Drawing 2. Take off list, 3. BQ CESMM 4 4. Presentation
Criteria submission Q&A, Dim sheets, differentiation of
accuracy of items and use of
quantities spec and Costing
audit trail including
rebasing
Weighting: 10% 50% 30% 10%
Grading Ranging from no drawings Ranging from some items Ranging from no BQ Incomplete presentation,
Criteria submitted to limited not provided and provided to BQ provided poorly compiled with
drawings with incomplete incomplete work to limited but with substantial sections missing or
0 29% identification of items use of standard booking of omissions and errors. incomplete
information
Limited costs provided for
Substantial errors present different items in BQ

30 39% Attempt made at Most items provided but BQ provided but with Incomplete with work
identifying different errors evident and limited items omitted, lack of missing, no effort evident
elements as per CESMM, effort put into compiling interpretation of in compiling work
still incomplete the work specification. Some items
costed, no back
upinformation on source or
rebasing. Not a realistic
cost profile.

40 49% Items identified although All items provided, still Most items provided, Limited effort in compiling
with errors present with errors, incorrect use errors in specification. documents, with some
of standard booking Incorrect CESMM order, items missing
process and recording of incorrectly combining
results some items.Items costed
with some back up of
sources of cost dated.
Costs rebased clearly.

50 59% Most items identified, All items provided, limited All items correctly Effort has been applied to
some attempt at errors, correct recording of provided, errors still task of compiling
organisation of the work, all information present in specification. professional presentation
limited errors Most items costed, backed
up, appropriate cost
levels.

60 69% Good effort applied to Very few errors, work well All items provided with no Good, professional work
compiling drawings, all compiled and logical with errors, work presented in
items identified, reference evident back-up to all correct order and BQ
system evident and carried calculations and carry summarised through to
forward forward to BQ final total. Clear and
concise back up provided

70 79% Very good presentation of Very good work with no Very good work. Very Very good, with good
drawings, referencing of errors and same standard good cost information and attention to details
work evident in dim sheets applied across all items back up.
required

80 100% Excellent presentation of Excellent standard of Excellent standard with Excellent work,
drawings, referencing work, evidence of applied evidence of applied completed to a high
carried into dim sheets with thinking concerning the thinking relating to the professional standard
annotations work work and a full audit trail
for the costs.
Check List 1) Take off list all 1) Full BOQ 2 complete
items identified provided in documents both in
2) Query Sheet with correct CESMM Excel with
sensible queries order appropriate
and your 2) Use of full formatting.
assumptions specification
3) Measurement requirements for 1 PDF document
sheets with all items with supporting
evidence of evidences.
organisation use
of annotation,
referencing

Submission Details:
Work should be submitted electronically via Moodle upload.

Workload:
This is primarily a mathematical assessment but for a word count note approximately 1500
words is appropriate.
Typically students are expected to take up to 30 hours to complete this assignment.

Feedback:

Marks and Feedback on your work will normally be provided within 20 working days of its
submission deadline.