Tracking the Real Cost of Your Construction Project [INFOGRAPHIC]

December 18, 2017 Sarah Lorek

For better or worse, the method you use to manage tools and equipment can impact your bottom line. It’s important to know if you’re investing in assets that offer you the best value year after year, and if so, how far your money can go.

When you need to track the actual cost of your construction project, there are things that may not always be top of mind. Some of these include total annual tool spend, total spent on replacements every year, the number of workers you have, costs for lost tanks, and those all-too-familiar unnecessary rentals. Take a look at the information below, and refer to this infographic every time you evaluate the real cost of your project.


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Sarah Lorek

Sarah is the Lead Content Strategist for Trimble Buildings, CEC (Civil Engineering & Construction), and Geospatial. She has worked on many large scale marketing campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, helping them define their story and shape a compelling narrative. Now, she focuses on creating and sourcing valuable thought leadership content for our readers.

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