1998 National Building Cost Manual
If you have contractors in your store looking for quick, reliable square foot costs based on the type of building and what it's made of, steer them to the National Building Cost Manual. It's probably the easiest-to-use estimating reference published today. It covers square foot costs for building types from homes to commercial, military and agricultural buildings. This 1998 edition is now available!
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acoustical tile Add the cost adjusted square foot air conditioning systems aluminum applying the information appropriate amount Area Quality Class brick building floor area canopies carpet ceramic tile class by applying common walls Compute the building concrete block correct quality classification cost of heating display fronts doors Establish the structure exterior signs fire sprinklers float glass Foot Area Quality foot of wall Glu-lams Gypsum wallboard heating and air Height Adjustment Table higher floors include everything insets Interior partitions joists linear foot location factor listed main roof main walls Multiply the adjusted Multiply the total Painted steel paneling paving and curbing plaster plumbing fixtures ply built-up roofing plywood purlins Quality Class 1,000 Reinforced concrete roof cover Second and Higher Square Foot Area square foot cost Standard wood frame stone veneer structure quality class stucco terrazzo texture and paint total cost Wall Height Adjustment wall ownership Width Estimating Procedure wood siding wood veneer