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Call for comment on civil engineering measurements

The ICE is inviting members to provide feedback and comment for a review of the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM).

CESMM was last amended almost 20 years ago in 1991 and yet continues to be used widely in civil engineering works, both in the UK and overseas.

The review, to be undertaken by the CESMM 2010 Panel, will make recommendations on corrections, updates, expansions or inclusions that could improve the usefulness and take-up of CESMM among current and future users.

The panel, chaired by John Banyard, believes it is important to ensure that CESMM reflects up-to-date industry best practice, including references to modern codes, materials, technologies and techniques.

Comments on any aspect of CESMM - from its usage to its coverage, structure and format - should be sent to by 22 February.

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