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construction work rates

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david bates
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this is a plea for help from members !!

i have been responsible for the planning & co-ordination of the project to re-develope Wimbledon tennis grounds and am embarking upon a programme for the design, procurement and construction of the new centre court.

Because our site is "borrowed", every year for two weeks by the tennis fraternity, we decant to a different part of the site. Help ! our very helpfull cleaning contractor has emptied all my building planning rates files into a frundon compactor. It took years to collect, and two minutes to destroy. If anyone can assist in planning rate info, in any format, i would be more than happy to pay any costs to re-assemble my portfolio.

Thanking in advance, any members who can help in any way.

dave bates

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david bates
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hi stuart,

general building trades across the entire programme, from steel frame/concrete structure right through to finishes, i’ve lost all my folders. The difficult ones are the first/second fix trades as there is a wide variety of products and variance in each trade.

We are planning to build a sports stadium with closing roof, containing first class lounges bars and restaurants, along with commentary boxes, hospitality and extensive kitchens, food prep full back of house etc.

As i build up my rates data in the future i had better commit them to CD’s !

regards

dave
Stuart Atkinson
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What rates in particular?