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Building economics : appraisal and control of building design cost and efficiency /
Ivor H. Seeley.
edition
4th ed.
imprint
Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan, 1996.
description
xvii, 502 p. : ill., plans.
ISBN
0333638352 (Pbk.)
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imprint
Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan, 1996.
isbn
0333638352 (Pbk.)
catalogue key
558556
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
Table of Contents
Preface to Fourth Edition
Acknowledgements
List of Figures
List of Tables
The Concept of Cost Controlp. 1
Cost Implications of Design Variables and Quality Assurancep. 31
Functional Requirements and Cost Implications of Constructional Methodsp. 56
Influence of Site and Market Conditions and Economics of Prefabrication, Industrialised and System Buildingp. 90
Economics of Residential Developmentp. 113
Approximate Estimatingp. 154
Cost Planning Theories and Techniquesp. 174
Cost Modellingp. 202
Cost Analyses, Indices and Datap. 211
Practical Application of Cost Control Techniquesp. 248
Value Managementp. 277
Valuation Processesp. 296
Life Cycle Costingp. 308
Land Use and Value Determinantsp. 380
Economics of Building Developmentp. 403
Environmental Economics and the Construction Industryp. 434
Appendix 1: Amount of [pound]1 tablep. 476
Appendix 2: Present value of [pound]1 tablep. 478
Appendix 3: Amount of [pound]1 per annum tablep. 480
Appendix 4: Annual sinking fund tablep. 482
Appendix 5: Present value of [pound]1 per annum or years' purchase tablep. 484
Appendix 6: Metric conversion tablep. 486
Appendix 7: Life cycle cost planp. 488
Referencesp. 493
Indexp. 499
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