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Looking Ahead: The Future and Predictive Cost Data

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Looking Ahead: The Future and Predictive Cost Data

Traditional forecasting methods were never designed to provide robust forecasts at a micro-market level. Due to this shortcoming, predictive cost data has positioned itself to revolutionize the construction industry.


June 28, 2018

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