Unit-in-Place Method

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The Unit-in-place Method is a cost-estimating method in which the total building cost is estimated by adding the unit costs for the various building components.  The Unit-in-place method is synonymous with the Segregated Cost Method.

 

Included in the component cost are:

 

Direct costs
Indirect costs
Entrepreneurial profit

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