Analysing whole-life costs

BSRIA has prepared a guide to whole-life costing specifically written for clients, contractors, consultants and product manufacturers to understand the long-term economic implications of their proposals and decisions. It will be invaluable to those without financial expertise or a track record in life-cycle analysis. Whole-life costing is about providing an economic appraisal of different solutions to a given problem so that better decisions can be made. The guide (BG5/2008) explains why whole-life costing analysis is important and sets out when it can be used and the benefits to clients and design teams.
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