International costs

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    International cost comparison 2017

    2017-09-20T07:44:00Z

    Construction markets around the world are experiencing relatively subdued but steady growth. As construction cost continues to escalate in most places, the relationship between productivity and cost continues to draw scrutiny. William Waller analyses the results of the 2017 Arcadis annual survey of

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    International costs 2016

    2016-10-27T06:00:00Z

    Global economic volatility, the UK vote for Brexit and currency fluctuations have triggered big movements in the relative construction costs of world cities

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    International costs 2015

    2015-09-10T11:00:00Z

    Economic recovery in the UK and currency fluctuations have triggered big movements in the relative construction cost rankings of cities around the world

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    Report spotlights soaring London construction costs

    2015-01-15T08:00:00Z

    Global survey says prime sites beat ‘most expensive’ Switzerland

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    International costs 2014

    2014-09-11T06:00:00Z

    Economic recovery and a strong pound seem to have seen a big move for the UK in EC Harris’ annual rankings

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    International costs 2013

    2013-08-22T06:00:00Z

    China, Japan and Australia are the big movers in EC Harris’ annual survey of global construction costs produced with Langdon and Seah. Simon Rawlinson and Magda Skalska-Burgess analyse the trends

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    International costs 2012

    2012-08-03T00:00:00Z

    Construction prices are rising in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Qatar, slowing in China and India, and grinding to a standstill across Europe. Paul Moore of EC Harris reports

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    International costs 2011

    2011-08-05T00:00:00Z

    Things may be tough in the UK economy and construction industry, but how do we compare to other countries? Paul Moore of EC Harris looks at when recovery can be expected, and where

  • Bahrain World Trade Centre, designed by Atkins. The Gulf state is the most expensive in the region, with prices running at about 11% above the UK
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    International costs 2010

    2010-08-06T00:00:00Z

    Now that the great global roller-coaster seems to be slowing down, where has it left tender prices? Paul Moore of EC Harris looks at how economies around the world have fared …

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    International costs 2009

    2009-09-18T00:00:00Z

    No country has been safe from the effects of the global recession and even China’s legendary growth is at its slowest rate for a decade