All-In Rate (AIR) is a pricing model that is used to determine the total cost of a project or product. It is a fixed price that includes all costs associated with the project or product, including labor, materials, and other expenses. This method is used to create more accurate budgeting and forecasting, and is often used in the design and construction industry. AIR is sometimes referred to as all-inclusive rate or all-in cost.
Design pricing, cost estimation, pricing model, project budgeting.
CITATION : "Charles Windsor. 'All-In Rate.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=200390 (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"
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