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TENDER CONTRACTS

MAIN FEATURES

  • Specification of contract currency
  • Selection of any number of works for each contract
  • Definition of each work through an unlimited list of modules (e.g. civil works, metallic works, plumbing works, electric works, electro-mechanical works, automation works, special works, etc.)
  • Description of each module through an unlimited list of tasks (e.g. articles, components, elements, items, products, services, etc.)
  • Characterisation of each task through its code, technical specification, unit cost and required or expected amount
  • Computation of costs for each task, module, work and overall contract
  • Computation of incidence, prevalence and cost of each module for all works
  • Computation of incidence, prevalence and cost of each work for all modules
  • Visualisation of results
  • Suitable for designing, contracting and constructing  

OPTIONS FOR IO OPERATIONS

  • Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet Files (xlsx)

OPTIONS FOR GRAPHICS

  • Standard Image Formats (jpeg, tiff)
  • Portable Document Format (pdf)

TEST CASES

Figure 1 and Figure 2 illustrate cost distribution for a contract including 3 works, each work requiring up to 7 modules. Contract costs are shown as bar charts and different solid colours are used to either denote different modules or works.

Figure 1. Contract costs (Y-Axis) versus contract works (X-Axis).

The overall costs of each work (dark single bars on the LHS) result from the costs of each module (polychrome stacked bars on the RHS).

Figure 2. Contract costs (Y-Axis) versus contract modules (X-Axis).

The overall costs of each module (dark single bars on the LHS) result from the costs of each work (polychrome stacked bars on the RHS).

DELIVERABLES


User's Manual

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