Residential Division

January 2009
National Construction Estimator;2009, Issue 57, p10
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the Residential Division of "The 2009 National Construction Estimator" encyclopedia in the U.S. The Residential Division provides information on base wage per hour, taxable fringe benefits, insurance and employer taxes and non-taxable fringe benefits. It also provides steps to interpret hourly labor cost and adjustment of labor costs.


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