Each RSMeans cost data title is updated to reflect the latest trending in construction materials, systems, labor, and equipment
Norcross, GA (Vocus) September 30, 2010
RSMeans, North America’s leading supplier of construction cost information and a division of Reed Construction Data, today announced the release of two of the twenty annual RSMeans cost book series: Building Construction Cost Data 2011 and Assemblies Cost Data 2011.
RSMeans’ cost data provides construction professionals with information and tools to quickly and accurately estimate the cost, size and duration of commercial and residential construction projects.
The newly released books from RSMeans include:
- RSMeans Building Construction Cost Data 2011: Now in its 69th annual edition, it features more than 23,000 unit costs for building components, including new data addressing sustainable construction costs. It is newly organized by the latest CSI MasterFormat 2010 system with completely updated and expanded cost data for estimating, planning and budgeting in 2011.
- RSMeans Assemblies Cost Data 2011: Organized by the UNIFORMAT II classification system for consistent estimating and reporting, the 26th annual edition of RSMeans Assemblies Cost Data has all of the building components required to develop accurate assembly level cost estimates, verify unit price estimates, and update reference information and cost-planning guidelines.
“Each RSMeans cost data title is updated to reflect the latest trending in construction materials, systems, labor, and equipment,” said Daimon Bridge, Director, RSMeans. “This valuable data serves as a base for creating reliable cost estimates and provides a better understanding of the components required for the job.”
Visit http://www.RSMeans.com to learn more about the 2011 cost data series. Look for more new 2011 cost data releases from RSMeans this fall.
RSMeans, part of Reed Construction Data, is North America’s leading source of construction cost information. The company offers print, CD and online cost data; reference books and seminars; and consulting services—tools to help owners, developers, architects, engineers, and contractors estimate and control construction costs.
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