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Building Economics for Architects

ISBN: 978-0-471-28403-1
216 pages
July 1992
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Description

This text introduces economics in a manner of interest specifically for architectural students, relating it to decisions faced by architects in the early design phases. It describes the economic performance of building projects and design variables under the architect's control in the early phase.
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Table of Contents

The Initial Cost of Building Projects.

Initial Building (Construction) Cost.

Financing Construction Projects.

The Future Performance of Buildings: Cost-In-Use;
Life Cycle Cost.

Benefits and Value of Buildings.

Relating Building Costs to Benefits: Measures of Economic Performance.

Techniques of Economic Performance Analysis for Building Projects.

Financial Feasibility Analysis for Building Projects.

Conclusion.

Appendices.

Index.
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