UK construction Key Performance Indicators project cost predictability 1999-2015

This statistic shows the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) measuring the accuracy of predicted costs within the United Kingdom (UK) construction industry. During these years and especially since 2009, the accuracy of cost predictions has increased greatly.

Predictability of project cost in the United Kingdom (UK) construction industry from 2000 to2015

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Release date

October 2015


United Kingdom

Survey time period

2000 to 2015

Supplementary notes

The source specifies that: "Since 2000 the annual KPI surveys have assessed the cost predictability of the whole project (i.e. the combined cost of design and construction). The KPI is the proportion of projects that were on cost or better."

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