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BLCN13034  Construction Economics II

Offered from Spring/Summer 2003

This course develops an understanding of the following related to the construction industry:

  • Feasibility studies: prediction, property cycles, supply and demand, discounted cash flows, sensitivity analysis, property economics, inflation, interest rate projections, life cycle costing and planning;
  • Cost-benefit analysis and risk analysis;
  • effects of inflation, depreciation and taxation;
  • project pricing, break-even analysis, price competition, sinking funds;
  • cost control systems; and
  • further consideration of life cycle analysis and costing for building components and projects.

Students should have completed introductory studies in Construction Economics to ensure adequate level of entry knowledge.

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This handbook was correct as at: 07-May-2002

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