Estimation and analysis of expenses of design-bid-build projects for stream mitigation in North Carolina
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Templeton, Scott R.
Dumas, Christopher F.
Sessions, William T.
Clemson University. Department of Applied Economics and Statistics
University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Department of Economics and Finance
The regulatory authority to require stream mitigation in North Carolina has now been in place for 10 years. The goal of this study was to provide EEP officials with objective information that they could use to improve management of projects for stream mitigation. The first objective was to precisely and thoroughly account for all of the expenses of previous design-bid and design-bid-build projects. The second objective was to rigorously analyze the effects of stream length, location, and other project characteristics on the contractual expense of these projects.
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