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2010 National Building Cost Manual
(1 customer reviews)
Square-foot costs for residential, commercial, industrial, military buildings. Includes square foot prices for homes, condos, cabins, schools, greenhouses, churches, government offices, fire stations, libraries, and farm buildings. Includes important variables that can make any building unique from a cost standpoint.
All you need to do is measure the number of square feet, then identify the building type, along with the construction material, design features and class of construction.
Now includes easy-to-use software that calculates total in-place cost estimates. Use the regional cost adjustment factors provided to tailor the estimate to any jobsite in the U.S. Then view, print, email or save the detailed PDF report as needed.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #5114883 in Books
- Brand: Brand: Craftsman Book Co
- Published on: 2009-09-30
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 10.75" h x 8.25" w x .50" l, 1.55 pounds
- Binding: Paperback
- 264 pages
- Used Book in Good Condition
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Of special note is the thoroughly 'user friendly' CD that is included with this edition
By Midwest Book Review
An essential element of any architectural enterprise undertaken by a contractor is the financial one. How to calculate estimates is the focus of "2010 National Building Cost Manual". Under the knowledgeable editorship of Dave Ogershok, this newly updated 30th edition of an industry standard encompasses all of the significant cost estimating variables necessary to working up a reliable budget based on materials, design features, area, shape, wall height, number of floors, and support requirements. Of special note is the thoroughly 'user friendly' CD that is included with this edition of "2010 National Building Cost Manual" that will enable the easy and reliable calculation of total 'in-place' estimates, including regional cost adjustment factors. The results can be readily printed out, emailed, or saved to a detailed PDF report. From cost-estimating single-family residences, to restaurants, to churches, to modular buildings, to fire stations, and so many other categories of construction, "2010 National Building Cost Manual" is an essential addition to professional reference collections.