There is no universal method of cost planning which can be readily applied to every type of building project. Buildings have widely varying characteristics, perform a diversity of functions, serve the needs of a variety of building clients, and their erection is subject to a number of different administrative and contractual arrangements. Hence, it is not surprising that a wide range of cost planning techniques has been devised to meet the needs of a variety of situations.
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- Cost Planning Theories and Techniques
BSc, MA, PhD, FRICS, CEng, FICE, FCIOB, FIH Ivor H. Seeley
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