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Comparative and category estimating two techniques for pricing maintenance work?. by D. J. Hagne

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Published by Institute ofBuilding in Ascot, Berkshire .
Written in English

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SeriesEstimating information service / Institute of Building -- no.36
ContributionsInstitute of Building.
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Open LibraryOL13722550M

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