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Let's face it. You can sell the project, do the work, and manage it all- but unless you get paid what you deserve, it's not worth it! Zweig White & Associates' 1999 Fee & Billing Survey of A/E/P & Environmental Consulting Firms takes an in-depth look at the fee structures and billing practices of U.S. architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms. This is the report that lets you see once and for all if your firm is charging enough- or too much- for your employees' time, reimbursable expenses, and more. The report shows findings of a nationwide survey conducted early in 1999 with over 200 A/E/P and environmental consulting firms participating. We asked participants about their firms' billing rates, contract types, payment of subconsultants, collection procedures, and more. Then we tabulated and analyzed the new data by firm size, type, region, growth rate, and client base so that firms can make meaningful comparisons. Comparative billing rates and fees are broken down for 9 different disciplines/services and 13 different market/client types. Also compared by market are contract types, fee structures, and methods by which firms are awarded contracts. You owe it to yourself and your firm to find out what other firms are doing with fee structures and billing practices. What are the typical fees charged for certain services in different market sectors? What are the standard hourly billable rates for various levels of employees? For surveying crews? How much have billing rates increased over the past three years? How typical is it to get a retainer up front for a project? There isn't enough space here to possibly cover everything included in this new 200+ page report, packed with over 60 tables, dozens of charts and graphs, and detailed analysis of the survey findings in every aspect of fees and billing practices.
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