soft costs


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soft costs

Construction costs that cannot be visibly seen, such as professional fees for architects, surveyors, engineers, lawyers, and accountants; government fees and permits; utility hookup fees; and construction period interest and loan fees.

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Shamrock does as well, but we also drive significant savings on many of the hidden supply chain and engineering soft costs associated with running a large manufacturing operation.
The price drop reflects decreased manufacturing and equipment costs, as well as lower soft costs and improved installation delivery--all indicators of a maturing market.
The company said the sale and leaseback transaction, comprised of production equipment and soft costs, was vital for Mazuma's customer.
The soft costs for a new hire to perform relocation research and task can be overwhelming.
Imad Elias, CEO of Roda Hotels, commented: "We are investing in the slow period, taking advantage of the competitive construction costs and soft costs.
SOFT COSTS, SITE IMPROVEMENTS, TENANT IMPROVEMENTS $257.
Concerns on the liquidity profile of the Company are anticipated to be alleviated by expected savings in financing and soft costs, net liquidated damages in relation to the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract and the Power Purchase Agreement, as well as a standby line of credit to be procured by March 2016 to fund the Finance Service Reserve Account.
A spokesperson for the banking firm said, 'Over the past 18 months we have developed a range of finance solutions that we believe are market-leading for telco and office equipment - for example the financing of software, soft costs, implementation and consultancy.
Proceeds of the loan will be used to pay a $400,000 seller mortgage, and for working capital, infrastructure costs and soft costs.
The project now has a total budget of $1,120,000 with $1 million in construction costs, and $120,000 in soft costs.
According to DOE, soft costs account for roughly half the installed cost of residential and commercial solar systems.
Soft costs included consequential items, such as the need to redo designs or revise construction methods after a covered loss.