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Tips for Reducing Excessive Commercial Construction Costs with Reporting
Construction companies today have a data problem. Despite the evolution that’s going on right now in the industry, even large...
3 Ways to Reduce Commercial Construction Costs
Every business wants to reduce their overhead costs, and the commercial construction industry is no exception. When you're looking for...
Offering Better Commercial Construction Services with Better Data
It’s 5:00. Do you know where your data is? It’s difficult when project data is essentially scattered to the wind...
Software Estimating vs. Excel Estimating - What's The Difference?
Construction estimates are a part of every project, and the data that’s included is used to make key decisions in...
What to Look for in Your Commercial Construction Cost Breakdown
When you own a commercial construction company, you have many business concerns. Among them are how your construction costs breakdown....
4 Tips to Stay on Top of Your Commercial Construction Contractors
Are you frustrated with your inability to retrieve your project data right when you need it? It’s definitely a challenge...
How to Ditch Your Construction Cost Estimating Spreadsheet
Before estimators can place bids or start on projects, they must know the types and quantities or materials necessary for...
5 Tips to Strengthen Your Commercial Construction Company's Performance
You probably know old-school general contractors or subs who still keep all their estimates on paper and receipts from last-minute...
What is a Quantity Takeoff in Construction?
Quantity takeoffs are an important aspect of the construction cost estimating process. Quantity takeoffs are used in both large and...
What is a Construction Takeoff?
Construction takeoffs are a crucial component of any construction project. An accurate takeoff gives both the client and contractor a...
Material Takeoff: What Is It, Examples & How To Do It?
A construction material takeoff is a core component of a detailed construction cost estimating software. Construction material takeoffs are created...
How To Do a Construction Takeoff
A construction takeoff is an integral part of the construction cost estimation process. Construction takeoffs help accurately assess the total...
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