A long established text that aims to meet the needs of students studying building measurement in the early years of quantity surveying and building degree. Seeley and Winfield’s Building Quantities Explained: Irish Edition The late IVOR H SEELEYwas the author of many key works on surveying, building and civil. User Review – Flag as inappropriate. This book take us into an indepth study of the Quantity Surveyor even as a professional and all situations associated with.
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Building Quantities Explained
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