Carefully considering the key constraints that prevail in existing buildings will inform the early decision making stages and whether to proceed on the basis of refurbishment or knock down and rebuild.
The common held view is that refurbishment saves time, money and reduces risk. Yet the margin of difference isn’t always as great as one might think.
In this article, our Head of Cost Research and Data, Fiona Corcoran examines the key considerations when deciding between a refurbishment or rebuild.
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