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Rezk Girgis wrote at 2016-08-31 15:01:06
Dear Manish,



I do not see the interpretation of the sufficiency of the tender price that shall include the item as "concrete" which in the first place was missed by the Employer and the Engineer in the BOQ. However, my interpretation for this particular sub-clause is related to the individual prices along the BoQ which to be sufficiently including to all cost elements, but not to be applied on the entire contract price.



Best regards,

Rezk


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Manish Gupta

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I can answer questions related to Cost Planning, Contract Administration, Construction Law & Other Post Contract QS related areas.

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Calgary Project Consultants, Jacobs International, Turner International, J Ray McDermott Inc. Hindustan Construction Company

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