Construction Cost Estimating
Determining an accurate cost estimate will ensure the success of your building project. Inaccurate estimating could cause both the contractor and the client to lose money. Many factors go into determining an accurate quote, and our expert team wants to help.
Gooss & Associates AIA is a professional architectural company that specializes in planning comprehensive construction projects. We have the knowledge and resources to help you understand just how much your building project will cost, from its design to its execution and everything in between.
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Consider, Reassess, and Settle on the Scope of Your Project
Once our experts have broken down the cost of your upcoming building project, you may wish to reconsider or reassess its scope.
The cost of materials can fluctuate. For example, the price you would have paid for wood or various metals a few months ago could shift significantly. Also, different contractors will charge different rates depending on what they believe they can offer. There are many moving pieces to think about, and our experts can help you settle on a project scope that allows you to achieve your goals without blowing your budget.
Find an Accurate Estimate for Your Architectural Building Project
While nothing can be set entirely in stone, having an accurate cost estimate is extremely important to the overall success of your project. Knowing how much you are about to spend going into the build will save you from nasty surprises down the road.
The benefits of good estimating include:
- Proper planning
- Increased profit margins
- Better reputation for your contractor
- Managing resources and avoiding waste
Understanding What Goes into an Architectural Cost Estimate
While breaking down the exact cost of your building project will take time and patience, the estimate essentially will outline the following three components:
- The cost of labor
- The cost of materials
- Overhead costs and profits