Planning the total cost and construction budget of a project requires due consideration of several factors. Let us calculate the construction costs and help you set the budget.
A construction project has two different types of costs: construction costs and project costs. Construction costs refer to expenses related to building the asset. Project costs, on the other hand, refer to the costs needed to get the project off the ground – for example, consultant fees. Cost planning and budgeting are predominantly concerned with construction costs.
Projections for construction costs become more refined as the project takes shape. Construction costs cover initial cost appraisal all the way to final account. Hence, the more details about the project that is locked down, the more accurate projections for construction costs become. When construction costs are locked down, the easier it becomes to set an accurate budget.
Cost planning is done by a quantity surveyor and is an ongoing process. Cost planning is an ongoing process. It takes place throughout the phase of the construction project. While quantity surveyors handle cost planning, the actual process of the material is provided by suppliers.
Why Cost Logic?
All services, one vendor: We offer a variety of services from the beginning to the end of the construction project.
IQS Membership: Our team meets the criteria and standards set by the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors.
Top–tier professionalism: A professional attitude with fast turnaround time and swift communication.
Different sectors: We provide services in the commercial, residential, and industrial sectors.
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