Thank you for your response.
Where you have noted... ‘PWDD is based on the quantity of completed work, the BoQ is subject to remeasure’... is the term ‘remeasure’ the correct term to use.
I find it easier to explain my original question regarding ‘remeasurable’ in an example scenario.
For example, the Works Information shows 200m of new kerbing to be installed, which is the quantity given in the BoQ at Tender. Working under an Option B, the Contractor at Tender gives a rate of £10 per lm, hence for that item the Total is £2000.
At the end of the first month, the Contractor has installed 50m, hence a MEASURED quantity, equating to £500.
My understanding in the above scenario,is this is not considered a ‘remeasure’, but that the BoQ is serving as a mechanism to pay the Contractor for work done to date.
Assuming the Works Information were to remain unchanged, the total quantity on completion should be 200m as per the Tender BoQ.
In the event the quantity was mis measured when preparing the Bill, the PM shall correct the anomaly through instruction, hence giving rise to CE.
Or alternatively, if the Contractor were to install a greater length of kerbing than that shown in the WI, this again should be addressed through a CE.
What I find confusing regarding the ‘remeasure’ is Option B is a priced contract. When you refer to it being remeasureable, is that applying bill rates and how does defined cost come into play?
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated