National Schedule of Rates
Established since 1982 The National Schedule of Rates are in use throughout the whole of the UK, helping hundreds of organisations in both the public and private sector manage and maintain their diverse property needs.
Our team has many years of experience in the construction industry and we thought it was time to let our customers have the benefit of our expertise.
eNestimator v2 is an upgrade to our existing eNestimator online utility and comes in two editions – the Standard and Plus editions. The Plus edition contains all the features of the Standard edition plus extra features that make it easier to create accurate estimates.
The National Schedule of Rates allow customers to issue a series of works orders, showing the breakdown of materials, plant and labour, confident that the charges are based on pre-determined and agreed basis of measurement and pricing.
They have also become an invaluable tool for benchmarking and ensuring that planned maintenance agreements are operated as cost effectively as possible.
Each Schedule is issued with guidance notes, preliminaries and preamble clauses and is directly related to the Joint Contracts Tribunal's Standard Form of Measured Term Contract 2006.
NSR Management Ltd publishes a whole range of National Schedule of Rates in book, data and web format. The Schedules are Building Works, Mechanical Services, Electrical Services, Housing Maintenance, Access Audit, Highways Maintenance and Painting and Decorating.
Financial Benefits for you and your organisation
- Keeping Costs down - More competitive tenders are obtainable from contractors as they become more familiar with the Schedules and the level of pricing within them.
- Information Up Front - By instructing contractors to use our Schedules you will have the benefit of 'up front' cost estimation.
- Peace of Mind - The Schedules are in use throughout the whole of the UK and are updated annually to ensure the information is as useful as possible.
- Good Benchmarking - The use of our Schedules is extensive, hence they are an ideal benchmarking tool.