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Posted by David Swan on Thu, Dec 14, 2017 @ 02:08 PM

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By and large, Greater Boston Architecture firms have been doing well over the past several years. Their average billing has been greater than their direct labor and overhead costs, which has led to record-setting profit per direct hour rates since 2012. But how does your firm compare to the average?

Our 2017 Architectural Survey can help provide some benchmarking insights. For the past 30 years, we’ve averaged total direct and indirect hours, indirect expenses, breakeven multiples and other statistics from our area architecture clients to provide decision-useful information to Greater Boston firms.  We also include high-end and low-end measures of each statistic to illustrate where firms may stand in relation to the clients we’ve surveyed. See how your expenses and rates measure up to other firms in the area by downloading our 2017 Architectural Survey.

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Dave SwanDave Swan is Managing Director in Charge of the CBIZ Tofias Architecture, Engineering & Consulting Practice. He can be reached at 617.761.0734 or DSwan@cbiztofias.com.

 

 

 

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