DOE hopes ultimately to push soft costs
down to 60 cents per watt by 2020.
The unendorsed ISO builders risk form no longer offers soft costs
and rents as a part of the form.
We have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with the OPS team to analyze all aspects of the state s spend and implement strategies, tactics and processes designed to reduce both hard and soft costs
This is not a spec product, and pushing soft costs
like reduced maintenance for a solution that's three times the cost to building engineers is a tough sell.
Financing may include soft costs
such as installation and other related expenses.
The cost to renovate the 76,500-square-foot building (purchased on May 4, 2007) is roughly $76 million: $46 million for acquisition, $16 million for hard costs including material and labor, and $14 million for soft costs
including financing, brokerage and professional fees.
generally include architectural, engineering, legal fees, financing fees and other costs not directly associated with construction of the project.
9 billion was spent on soft costs
, site development and tenant improvements; another $265.
There are a number of hard and soft costs
that can be factored into a poor hiring decision.
Nothing is worse than making a big investment in a stationary machine-pouring a foundation and bringing in the electricity--and finding out a year later that you have to get a larger machine and re-do all of the soft costs
to accommodate the bigger machine," Ely says.
When adding or replacing a piece of equipment that is really needed these hard and soft costs
are a necessary investment.
Quantify what your organization would save in terms of soft costs
and benefits, such as increased productivity, unified messaging and off-net productivity.