Architects are notoriously bad at comprehending the actual costs of their schemes and therein lies one of clients' most prevalent criticisms - that architects have little grasp on economic reality.Now a software package should come to their rescue, providing an elemental or whole building cost estimate which self-corrects depending on the extent of information inputted.At its simplest level, typing in a prospective building's footprint, number of storeys, building type and general construction .
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