RSMeans publishes more than 50 professional reference books on a variety of construction-related topics—from estimating and project management, to green building, facility management, contractors' remodeling costs, and more.
Many authors are nationally and internationally known, and several books have been produced with active involvement of leading professional associations in the fields of architecture, engineering and construction.
Managing the Profitable Construction Business
The authoritative Contractor's Guide
How to Estimate with Means Data & CostWorks
Green Building: Project Planning & Cost Estimating, 3rd Edition
The latest in green building technologies, design concepts, standards, and costs.
Job Order Contracting: Expediting Construction Project Delivery
Expert guidance to help you reap the advantages of JOC.
Understanding & Negotiating Construction Contracts
Helps you identify and evaluate risky commercial terms and conditions, then negotiate or find help to resolve them.
Universal Design Ideas for Style, Comfort & Safety
Find out how universal design can help your clients & your business
Construction Law: An Introduction for Engineers, Architects & Contractors
Understand how the various state and federal laws affect your business and how to avoid disputes and exposure to liability.
Risk Management for Design Construction
Helps construction professionals identify the risks inherent in all projects.
Construction Project Safety
The authoritative reference on all aspects of construction project safety. Now available!
The Building Professional's Guide to Contract Documents
Comprehensive guidelines on preparing and using construction contract documents and effectively communicating construction requirements
How Your House Works, 3rd Edition
A must-have reference for every homeowner, handyman, and contractor – for repair, remodeling, and new construction.
Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction
This guide demonstrates both productivity models for an individual project and how corrective actions are implemented.