The Cordell Construction Cost Index (CCCI) is a quarterly industry benchmark that tracks and monitors the movement of building work costs for stand-alone houses.
It indicates the rate of change in prices with segments of the Australian construction industry and includes expert commentary on key market factors such as cost of supplies and labour. National and state-based price changes are included, providing a broad understanding of how building costs are trending on a quarterly basis.
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What is included?
The CCCI is lined up against the National and State CPI figures, providing valuable context on how the building industry is moving in relation to other consumer industries
Within this report is preliminary excavation data, concrete work, brickwork, carpentry, joinery, roofing insulation, windows and glazing, doors, hardware, plastering, painting and more
The CCCI provides detailed data costings associated with construction across building products, services and labour costs
This report appeals to insurers, quantity surveyors, developers, builders and building suppliers, architects, economists seeking insights into Australian construction industry