What is the definition of prime cost sums?


The definition of prime cost sums or PC sums is an allowance usually calculated by the price consultant for the supply of work or materials to be provided by a contractor or supplier that will be nominated by the client. The allowance is independent of any mark up or labor by the main contractor. This term should not be confused by provisional sums which are allowances for specific works not defined enough in detail or scope.
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