Riders Digest 2017 – Out now and available as an e-book

February 6, 2017.

Riders Digest 2017 – Out now and available as an e-book

In 1973, RLB first issued the Riders Digest, an annual compilation of regional and international industry information.

Along with indicative construction costs by building type and region, the Riders Digest contains useful reference material on development considerations, estimating benchmarks, sustainability and life cycle issues.

Assisting both industry colleagues and clients, it’s yet another example of RLB’s innovative approach to research.

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About RLB

With a network that covers the globe and a heritage spanning over two centuries, Rider Levett Bucknall is a leading independent organisation in cost management and quantity surveying, project management and advisory services.

Our achievements are renowned: from the early days of pioneering quantity surveying, to landmark projects such as the Sydney Opera House, HSBC Headquarters Building in Hong Kong, the 2012 London Olympic Games and CityCenter in Las Vegas.

We continue this successful legacy with our dedication to the value, quality and sustainability of the built environment. Our innovative thinking, global reach, and flawless execution push the boundaries. Taking ambitious projects from an idea to reality.