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Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Barber, Michael E., Schaftlein, Shari, Anderson, Dale
Government construction projects are evaluated on the basis of total benefit vs. total cost which results in a benefit/cost (B/C) ratio. This report develops a methodology for implementing a fair but simpler means of evaluating B/C ratios. The literature review led to the adoption of a Condition IndexingÓ approach which uses information & relational matrices to develop weighting factors. The results led to the creation of a Visual Basic program called Benefit Evaluation Program for Environmental Mitigation. This program uses softÓ data based on water quality, BMP selection, receiving stream information, & cost to evaluate a list of potential projects.Barber, Michael E. is the author of 'Stormwater Runoff Cost/Benefit Project Prioritizing Stormwater Outfalls' with ISBN 9780788186158 and ISBN 0788186159.
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