hard costs

hard costs

See direct costs.

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The report looks at construction costs for 15 building types in each market, citing the high/low hard costs per square foot in eight major sectors.
The estimation above includes both hard costs, such as printing, postage, freelance design, and writing fees, but it also includes the time costs involved in development and follow up.
Acquiring the property consumed about $2.48 million of that pool; hard costs and architect fees will take another $8.13 million.
Your city is probably the first branch of options to follow because vegetated roofs reduce hard costs for managing municipal stormwater and water pollution.
Attorney's Office and the ruling allowing Hawaiian to recoup some of the hard costs it incurred."
DESPITE THE AMOUNT OF TIME AND ATTENTION GIVEN TO LAW FIRM RANKINGS AND SURVEYS, WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER ITEMS, THE HARD COSTS FOR THESE ITEMS FALL AT THE BOTTOM OF THE ALLOCATION LIST AT 1% OR LESS
Hopefully the new Housing Minister will focus on reducing the hard costs. This will have beneficial effects for both market and social housing.
After six wet and cold shoot days in January, we finally completed the first leg of production to great success and we're now asking for help to raise funds to shoot the main epic action train sequence that is key to our story, a 1970s period scene, licensing and covering other hard costs."
Knowing and understanding the true hard costs of doing business are key to the successful operation of an enterprise of any kind.
Mark Wilburn, chief lending officer for the $719 million, 71,000-member Truity Federal Credit Union, estimated the Bartlesville, Okla.-based cooperative would spend an additional $50 to $60 per loan on hard costs for the additional procedures, which went into effect Oct.