Construction Cost Estimates for an Auditorium in National, US

The following analysis estimates the cost to build an Auditorium using US National Average costs from 2019 RSMeans cost data. If you would like to localize costs to your specific zip code, RSMeans Data Online allows you to easily localize the cost of your entire estimate to zip codes across the United States and Canada. Costs are derived from a building model that assumes basic components, using union and open shop labor for a 24,000 square foot building.

Scope differences and market conditions can cause costs to vary significantly. To see an estimate of the costs to build in a specific city or metropolitan area, go to our index of auditorium models by state.

NOTE: This cost estimate uses 2019 RSMeans data. A more accurate estimate using current RSMeans cost data is available in RSMeans Data Online.

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Auditorium Construction Cost Assumptions
Location:  US National Average
Story Count:  1
Story Height (L.F.):  24
Floor Area (S.F.):  60,000
Basement Included:  No
Data Release:  Year 2019
Auditorium with Concrete Block / Bearing Walls
Cost Estimate (Standard Union Labor) % of Total Cost Per SF Cost
SubTotal $132.82 $3,187,600.74
Contractor Fees (General Conditions,Overhead,Profit) 25% $33.20 $796,900.19
Architectural Fees 7% $11.62 $278,915.06
Total Building Cost $177.64 $4,263,415.99
Cost Estimate (Open Shop) % of Total Cost Per SF Cost
SubTotal $120.75 $2,897,916.44
Contractor Fees (General Conditions,Overhead,Profit) 25% $30.19 $724,479.11
Architectural Fees 7% $10.57 $253,567.69
Total Building Cost $161.50 $3,875,963.24
Other Square Foot Model Building Type Options:

Auditorium Square Foot Cost Assuming Concrete Block with Rigid Steel Joists

Auditorium Square Foot Cost Assuming Decorative Concrete Block with Bearing Walls

Auditorium Square Foot Cost Assuming Face Brick & Concrete Block with Bearing Walls

Auditorium Square Foot Cost Assuming Face Brick & Concrete Block with Rigid Steel Joists

Auditorium Square Foot Cost Assuming Precast Concrete with Rigid Steel Joists