A new report has shown that the cost of constructing large-scale commercial buildings in the US is well below the US$1,400-US$1.50-million mark.
The research, conducted by the University of Colorado’s Colorado Center for Infrastructure, found that the average cost of building a new office building in the country is $25,400, down from $28,000 in 2016, the same year the report was released.
The cost of a large commercial building in a given state is also much lower than it was in 2014, when the average building cost was $25.8 million, according to the study.
The analysis of data from more than 400 building-related data sources from across the country was published in a report from the University College London and the University at Buffalo.
The findings were based on analysis of real-time data collected from more a dozen cities, and were based in part on an earlier report by the same group.
The average construction price per square metre in the U.S. is now about US$7,400.
That is about 30 percent lower than in 2012, and almost as low as in 2010.
However, the report also found that costs are still rising.
The study found that from 2013 to 2020, the average construction cost of new residential buildings in Colorado dropped from $26,000 to $19,200.
The state has had the lowest average cost per square meter in the nation, and the study also found an even lower average cost for new commercial buildings.
It also found the cost per sq m of new office space in Colorado is now $19.50 per sq. m.
In 2015, the cost to build an office building was about US $30,000.
It was about 30 cents per sq foot in 2020, and about 25 cents per square foot in 2030.
That means an average $25 million building in Colorado would cost about US about US.$33,500.
It’s not just in Colorado.
The U.K. also reported the same results.
In the same period, the U