Construction Cost Estimates for Supermarket in National, US
The following analysis estimates the cost to build a supermarket using US National Average costs from 2013 RSMeans cost data. Costs are derived from a building model that assumes basic components, using union labor for a 44000 square foot building.
Scope differences and market conditions can cause costs to vary significantly. To see an estimate of the costs to build a supermarket in a specific city or metropolitan area, go to our index of supermarket models by state .
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|Supermarket Construction Cost Assumptions|
Supermarket Square Foot Cost Assuming Face Brick with Concrete Block Back-up / Bearing Walls
|Cost Estimate (Union Labor)||% of Total||Cost Per SF||Cost|
|Contractor Fees (GC,Overhead,Profit)||25%||$19.64||$864,300|
|Total Building Cost||$105.08||$4,623,700|
|Cost Estimate (Open Shop)||% of Total||Cost Per SF||Cost|
|Contractor Fees (GC,Overhead,Profit)||25%||$18.06||$794,500|
|Total Building Cost||$96.60||$4,250,600|