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UDK: 624.18:624.193
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Published: Građevinar 54 (2002) 7
Paper type: Subject review
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Analysis of overall project costs for the building industry

Saša Marenjak, Mohamed A. El-Haram, R. Malcolm W. Horner

Abstract

The paper starts by emphasizing that the analysis of overall project costs is one of major features of modern-day procurement of work in the sphere of building construction. The overall project cost concept is described. Major classification systems currently used in construction industry are presented, and the emphasis is placed on the development of new, consistent and flexible framework for structuring data that will be used for the analysis and control of whole life costs (overall project costs) for the building industy.

Keywords
classification systems, whole life cost data structure, maintenance and operation, building industry, whole life costs

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Marenjak, S., El-Haram, M. A., Horner, R. M. W.: Analysis of overall project costs for the building industry, GRAĐEVINAR, 54 (2002) 7

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Marenjak, S., El-Haram, M. A., Horner, R. M. W. (2002). Analysis of overall project costs for the building industry, GRAĐEVINAR, 54 (7)
Authors:
Sasa Marenjak WEB
Saša Marenjak
J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture Osijek

Mohamed A. El-Haram
Construction Management Research Unit, Division of Civil
Engineering, University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom

R. Malcolm W. Horner
Construction Management Research Unit, Division of Civil
Engineering, University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom