RSMeans cost comparisons: jails, courthouses, police stations, and post offices

RSMeans report offers construction costs across 25 metro markets.

Photo: U.S. Courthouse, Buffalo, N.Y./courtesy GSA.gov
Photo: U.S. Courthouse, Buffalo, N.Y./courtesy GSA.gov
March 13, 2013

Winston-Salem, N.C., saw the largest year-over-year increase in construction costs for judicial facilities and post offices, according to the latest RSMeans cost comparisons report. Boston, Chicago, and Cleveland also saw significant increases, while costs in Phoenix remained relatively steady.

The March 2013 report from RSMeans offers construction costs per square foot for four building types across 25 metro markets. Building types include: jails, courthouses, police stations, and post offices.

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