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TRADE SERIES

Become familiar with the basic processes of estimating with the aid of sample take-off sheets, pre-bid checklists, labour units and unit pricing charts, and more!

Orderline Electrical Estimating

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Become familiar with the basic processes of estimating with the aid of sample take-off sheets, pre-bid checklists, labour units, unit pricing charts, and more!

Knowing how to install an electric system is as important as accurately estimating a profitable charge for your effort. Rarely taught in apprenticeship programs, this critical skill requires time and effort to do properly. The function of estimating is to take a set of construction drawings and specifications, and transform them into a total dollar price for the work involved. Every contractor will have a different method of estimating ranging anywhere from using expensive software to recording data on graph paper or spreadsheets. The most commonly and easily accessible method for use by contractors today is explained in this Trade Series manual.

 
Table of Contents
Part 1: Estimating Basics
Part 2: Unit Prices
Part 3: High Tech Installation Estimating
Part 4: High Tech Installations and Unit Pricing
Part 5: Summarizing/Finalizing the Estimate
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Shane Rosenberg

Become familiar with the basic processes of estimating with the aid of sample take-off sheets, pre-bid checklists, labour units, unit pricing charts, and more!

Knowing how to install an electric system is as important as accurately estimating a profitable charge for your effort. Rarely taught in apprenticeship programs, this critical skill requires time and effort to do properly. The function of estimating is to take a set of construction drawings and specifications, and transform them into a total dollar price for the work involved. Every contractor will have a different method of estimating ranging anywhere from using expensive software to recording data on graph paper or spreadsheets. The most commonly and easily accessible method for use by contractors today is explained in this Trade Series manual.