|Author:||John H. Chiang,Christopher Babbitt,Ted Baker,Barbara Balboni,Robert A. Bastoni|
|Subcategory:||Home Improvement & Design|
|Publisher:||R S Means Co; 21 edition (December 1, 2008)|
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Paperback, 1 Oct 2009.
Paperback, 1 Oct 2009. Updated annually, RS Means Electrical Cost Data (MECD) is intended as a resource for those in the electrical trades, or engineering and planning fields, for use in the preparation of cost estimates. Such estimates might be used for bidding, budgeting or planning.
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