Construction takeoff estimation services are used for almost every dimension of construction, from simple to complex projects. Take-off estimating, often known as material take-off, is an essential aspect of construction calculation. A material take-off includes projected counts of material supplies, material costs, labor expenses, and equipment by detailed pricing, as well as a project completion date estimate based on delivery timings and building hours. A builder begins the construction take-off process by examining the building site and the blueprints. They will evaluate elevations, drainage difficulties, and natural risks during the take-off. This data is then used to estimate expenses by measuring and counting materials and deciding on equipment and contractors. Construction Estimating is a New York-based company that provides services all over the USA. We provide you with hassle-free services for our clients.
FAQ’s – International Estimating
We provide material takeoffs in an excel spreadsheet/ colored PDF. It includes a list of all material quantities/activities required for the project. All the items are listed division-wise and refer to the drawing from which the quantity is measured.
Yes, we can generate trade-specific material takeoffs. Sub-contractors and material suppliers can get quantity estimates for their specific trades like Lumber only, drywall, flooring only takeoffs, etc.
We use plan swift , Blue Beam, Açu Bid, McCormick, ConEst, EBM for doing take-offs. The choice of software depends on project needs and client comfort with a certain software for doing take-offs.
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We will provide pricing and labor hour calculations and all pricing that we receive from your suppliers. We will also provide a tender submission document tailored to your business, including all clarifications, inclusions, and exclusions associated with the project. All you need to do is conduct your due diligence, adjust your hourly rate and margins, and send it to your client.
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