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BCN 5618 1 Labor Estimating labor involves determining how long  it  will  take  to  do  the  work  involved, what  labor  types  will  be  required,  and  at what pay rates. The unit of time for estimating labor is the  hour.
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BCN 5618 2 Factors Affecting Labor Estimate - 1 -  Wage  Increase-  For  large  projects  that  take  years  to  build  allowances  must  be  made for pay increase - Availability and Productivity of Workers-  When there is a lot of work available and  workers are scarce, labor costs will most  likely go up.
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BCN 5618 3
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4 Factors Affecting Labor Estimate - 2 Climatic Conditions- Any weather  extremes will slow down work and may  require additional precautions. Working Conditions- Little working space, limited storage space, and difficult delivery situations affect productivity. Actual amount of work time per hour-
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course BCN 6518 taught by Professor Chini during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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