hard costs

hard costs

See direct costs.

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Tenders Are Invited For Cdbg Hard Costs 2016-17 Application
While the hard costs of construction are rising, they do not seem to be outpacing the overall economy in terms of cost inflation," Anderson noted.
This is a huge productivity advantage to construction companies; one in which we project will save 2-3 hours a day in administrative work as well as thousands of dollars a year in hard costs.
But if a borrower comes to us and says, 'This is my real land cost, this is my hard cost to build,' then it's easy enough to do the math, and if I like the math I like the deal--but it's the borrower's issue to solve to make sure that hard costs remains the hard cost.
But, analyzing the hard costs for converting paper to digital format is not as simple as comparing the cost of scanning a box of documents to the cost of storing it offsite.
This likely would reduce construction hard costs by $10,000 to $20,000 per unit (depending on whether it is a concrete or wood-frame building).
Over $1,000,000 in hard costs was spent to open doors in addition to cost of Real Estate only a few years ago and $50,000 was recently spent on additional upgrades.
The return on investment for this level of automation is very good because it eliminates hard costs like check stock and postage, Miller says.
The cost to renovate the 76,500-square-foot building (purchased on May 4, 2007) is roughly $76 million: $46 million for acquisition, $16 million for hard costs including material and labor, and $14 million for soft costs including financing, brokerage and professional fees.
Using a contracted shipping rate, the organization is already saving hard costs.
A $40,000 grant from Albertsons covered the hard costs of bringing the dental services for this visit as well as providing nutritional information for patients and their families to help with their future dental and physical well-being.