Architects Contractors Engineers Guide to Construction Costs 2012 Edition now features an online companion that lets you recalculate all costs based on your actual labor rates!
With the Architects Contractors Engineers Guide to Construction Costs you can develop budgets, calculate change orders, prepare formal bids, and draw up estimates faster and easier than ever before, with the peace of mind that no element of the project is overlooked. Since 1969, architects, contractors and engineers alike have looked to the Architects Contractors Engineers Guide to Construction Costs as a practical resource for all their construction estimating needs.
Whether you're involved in general construction, remodeling, building maintenance, or repair, the Architects Contractors Engineers Guide to Construction Costs provides the most accurate and up-to-date data for material and installation costs, labor and equipment rates, and even adjusted allowances for overhead and profit. The guide also features square foot costs for a wide variety of building types, "quick estimating" pages that make preliminary estimates a breeze, plus regional cost modifiers for over 280 metro areas throughout the country.
What's more, the 2012 edition features a companion online tool that lets you instantly recalculate every cost item in the book based on your own labor rates! The output is a customized version of the entire book in PDF format.
Table of Contents
Division 1: General. Division 2: Site Work. Division 3: Concrete. Division 4: Masonry. Division 5: Metals. Division 6: Wood and Plastics. Division 7: Thermal and Moisture. Division 8: Doors and Windows. Division 9: Finishes. Division 10: Specialties. Division 11: Equipment. Division 12: Furnishings. Division 13: Special Construction. Division 14: Conveying Systems. Division 15: Mechanical. Division 16: Electrical. Square Foot Costs. Architects Contractors Engineers Annual Costs Index. Index.