Bıll of Quantıtıes

Construction as a business sector stands as a cornerstone of economic growth and societal development worldwide. Not only does it drive economic prosperity by fostering innovation and investment, but it also meets the fundamental needs of modern civilization, from housing and transportation to healthcare and education.

We, as Prota create detailed bills of quantities that itemize the materials, labor, and other costs involved in the project. Our Bill of Quantities is prepared with precision and attention to detail, ensuring that all aspects of the project are accurately represented. By providing a clear and comprehensive BOQ, we enable transparent and competitive tendering, facilitate effective cost control, and support efficient financial management throughout the project lifecycle.

In the dynamic world of construction, planning and precision are extremely important. The whole construction project depends on how accurate the cost and time estimations are such as bill of quantities, BoQ.

In summary, BOQs play a crucial role in making the tendering process more uniform, pricing more precise, and project costs more predictable. They serve as a cornerstone document, not only during the construction phase but also for the long-term management and development of projects. While the format may vary, several essential components are typically found in a comprehensive BoQ:

  • Project information
  • Items – Each entry in the BoQ is assigned a unique item number to simplify referencing, especially in extensive lists.
  • Item differentiation – Items are categorized as materials or labor, clear distinction for measurement and pricing purposes.
  • Detailed descriptions – The BoQ includes brief but precise descriptions for each item. 
  • Unit of measurement – The unit of measurement varies based on whether it is a material or labor unit.
  • Quantities – The BoQ specifies the quantity of each material or the time required for each labor item.
  • Unit costs – Indicates the prices for materials and hourly rates or fees for labor. 
  • Total item cost – To obtain the overall budget or cost, we sum up the costs of these individual items.