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    Estimate, then repeat member content open

    By LeBard, Ed Imagine you discover your construction project has been using outdated pricing estimates. When the current figures come in, you realize that you've derailed your project and your relationship with…

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    Estimates are just that member content open

    By Jackson, Michelle Bowles Large swings in global financial markets have become a regular occurrence; some of the strongest economies have turned volatile, and political instability is a growing concern in many countries.…

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    The accuracy of hybrid estimating approaches? Case study of an Australian state road & traffic authority member content open

    By Liu, Li | Wehbe, George | Sisovic, Jonathan This study presents the results of estimation accuracy of a sample of road projects conducted by an Australian State Road & Traffic Authority

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    By Greiman, Virginia | Warburton, Roger David Hand Boston's Central Artery/Tunnel Project, famously known as the Big Dig, was not only one of the largest, most complex, and most challenging projects ever implemented within the United States, it was…

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    By Lee, Chad Technological innovation continues to change the process of implementing construction projects. First, it was computer-aided design (CAD) replacing hand drawings. Now, building information modeling…

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    The price is not always right member content open

    By Pepoon, William T. In the construction industry, there is fierce competition, generally on price. In the selection of subcontractors or suppliers, project managers often take the lowest price without making further…

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