So, what I would say is that I would look at the publications,

and we find what is the cost index, the current one, or

the one in that time we want to build the house which is

2013 in November, and we found it is 5,317.

And then we look at the base cost index we call it.

As I mentioned in the previous example.

And the base cost index in 1978 was 1,674.

So based on that, an estimated cost for

building the warehouse would be the 5,317

divided by the base of 1978.

Times the 100% so you have kind of an increase on that constant package

of these four components that I was talking about of around 318%.

So the 318%, you multiplied by the 4.2

million to get an approximation of $13.34

million to build similar warehouse that got built

in 1978 and you want to build it in 2013.

So this is a quick example about how to use a Cost Indices or

Cost Index using the BCI in this question here