The ‘should cost’ model – its benefits and how to build one

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While standard cost models are limited to initial delivery, this new, greener approach – recommended by the government’s construction playbook – extends to whole-life costs (and even carbon), providing a more comprehensive overview of what constitutes good value. By Jonathan Stewart, Sara Boonham, Nicola Herring and James Garner of Gleeds

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