Construction cost guide

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Client Duties
Construction Cost Guide 
Key Statutory Timelines 
Heritage and Conservation
Implications for Owners 
Energy 

Please consult the following publications for indicative average construction costs for general construction in Ireland . Please note that the following site specific weighting will need to be added :

  • Ease of Access for Construction
  • Whether building is a Protected Structure
  • Level of Specification required
  • Whether Energy upgrading works necessary
  • Specific issues relating to underground drainage or Utilities provision
  • Whether stand alone building or with adjoining properties
  • Complexity of Demolitions necessary
  • Procurement route chosen for project
  • Current Market Prices in area.

DLPKS ANNUAL REPORT 2012  

See Ireland Section 

REBUILDING COSTS FOR INSURANCE PURPOSES

Calculator by Criteria 

BRUCE SHAW HANDBOOK 2012 

See Section on Ireland 

For more detailed Cost Planning it is recommended that the services of a Professional Quantity Surveyor are engaged once project specific design evolved. 

 SEAI ENERGY UPGRADING GRANTS 2013 

 HERITAGE GRANTS FOR PROTECTED STRUCTURES 

Special grants for core maintenance or structures at risk are available through applying to the following schemes. Funds are very tight currently during the recession and other funding routes can be explored directly with the Local Authorities on a case by case basis.

Grants are awarded on a part payment percentage basis and following strict guidelines on the design and construction , costing and recording process. Prioritising roof repairs as the major threat to a building is a focus.

TAX INCENTIVES FOR OWNER OCCUPIERS OF GEORGIAN PROPERTIES 2013 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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