Site development costs

Site development costs

All the costs needed to prepare land for building construction, such as the demolition of existing structures, site preparation, and offsite and onsite improvements.
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Developers can save money on grid connection, approvals and site development costs by co-locating wind and solar plants, whilst also reducing environmental impacts.
The construction cost or the base value is exclusive of all other attendant costs such as the engineering and architectural services fees, quality assurance services fees, construction supervision services fees, construction insurance, site development costs, financing costs and other associated costs, it pointed out.
To cover the additional site development costs as well as hyperinflation on some construction materials, two rounds of value engineering were needed.
Carefully considering site development costs, down to the last flowerbed or parking lot stripe, makes for a completed project that all parties--architect, university, builder, donors and students--can be proud of.
The IRS has yet to issue formal guidance on the treatment of Web site development costs.
Ongoing expenses include Web site development costs, start-up funding for new products and funds for printing new materials.
Site development costs don't grow to that magnitude.
Designed to help enterprises lower Web site development costs and align business objectives and customers, EMC Documentum (emc.
For those with small budgets, Widmer says that site development costs can be rolled into the printing fees, so wineries need not make large up-front investments.
In March 2000, FASB's Emerging Issues Task Force reached a consensus on Issue 00-2, Accounting for Web Site Development Costs, and whether website-related costs should be capitalized.
This lowers site development costs and allows the company to compete with local providers in Western markets.
It's better for them if we do the site work and the building, and we plan to pursue more jobs with larger site development costs.
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