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Walker’s Building Estimator’s Reference Book is an excellent resource, not only for estimating but also for construction means & methods. 

A great tool to teach students how to prepare estimates while they learn about construction. Walker’s is more than a construction cost estimating reference book it is a construction cost estimating handbook. Its scope includes overhead costs, concrete, masonry, steel, lumber, roofing, doors, windows and much more.

Students will use Walker’s to learn from it now, and keep it for future reference

 

Available in print or eBook formats

The eBook format has several features you and your students will love:

  • Anytime, Anywhere Access - Download your titles and study on the go with 100% offline access.
  • Margin Notes - Take annotations in line as you are reading.
  • Read Aloud - Listen and follow along as Bookshelf reads to you.
  • Workbook - Improve focus. Edit notes, add bookmarks, and review key concepts in one place.
  • Coach Me Feature - Prep, practice, and focus take on a whole new meaning with utilizing Artificial Intelligence

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For Construction Law courses consider Construction Law: Contracts, Risks and Regulations, and the Construction Law Casebook


Construction Law: Contracts, Risks and Regulations topics include axioms of contract law, payment, performance concealed conditions, changes, interpreting contract documents, suspension, termination, assurance, claims, dispute resolution, assurance, insurance, bonds and much more.
The Construction Law Casebook is a compilation of U.S. construction case law. Cases are formatted to improve readability and includes comments by the author in text and footnotes.  

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