Non-res RMI worth £28bn

April 2002
Contract Journal;4/4/2002, Vol. 413 Issue 6371, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the annual cost of revamping or extending existing non-residential buildings according to a research conducted by Construction Forecasting & Research (CFR). Estimate on the cost of revamping or extending non-residential buildings; Information on the CFR report partly-sponsored by the Department of Trade and Industry of Great Britain.


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