Estimator's Electrical Man-Hour Manual

By

  • John S. Page, John S. Page has wide experience in cost and labor estimating, having worked for some of the largest construction firms in the world. He has made and assembled numerous types of estimates including lump-sum, hard-priced, and scope, and has conducted many time and method studies in the field and in fabricating shops. Mr. Page has a BS in civil engineering from the University of Arkansas and received the Award of Merit from the American Association of Cost Engineers in recognition of outstanding service and cost engineering

This manual's latest edition continues to be the best source available for making accurate, reliable man-hour estimates for electrical installation. This new edition is revised and expanded to include installation of electrical instrumentation, which is used in monitoring various process systems.
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Book information

  • Published: May 1999
  • Imprint: GULF PROFESSIONAL PUBLISHING
  • ISBN: 978-0-88415-228-6


Table of Contents

Branch, service, and feeder rough-in. Branch, service, and feeder wiring. Wiring devices-switches, outlets, and receptacles. Surface metal raceway and branch busway. Lighting fixtures. Underfloor ducts. Bus ducts. Electric heating and ventilating. Panelboards and accessories. Switchboards and accessories. Switches, starters, controls, and gutters. Motor control centers. Motor controls and motors. Power transformers. Outside overhead systems. Outside underground systems. Communications and signal systems. Electrical instrument installation. Anchors, fasteners, hangers, and supports. Demolition, excavation, and concrete. Technical information.