The Wagner team needed an estimating solution they could trust to be detailed, consistent and accurate to the penny—and still generate the kind of bidding volume needed to maintain the company’s desired level of growth. ProEst checked all the boxes.
When newcomer Brian Whelan entered the Vancouver construction market in 2021, he counted on advanced digital tools to help him compete with larger, more established commercial contractors.
Finding estimating software that worked seamlessly with Procore was a priority for Perry Reid construction managers. After evaluating their options, the company chose ProEst for its ease of use and the versatility of its open cloud platform.
Founded as a new business start-up in 2017, Inherent made a full commitment to cloud-based business systems. Four years later, the company is being rewarded with new high levels of revenue and growth.
A need to integrate project estimating and management processes led this California-based contractor to move from Excel to the ProEst cloud platform, a solution that proved essential for 2020's unexpected stay-at-home mandates.
When Melissa Collins took the reins of her family-owned construction company, she brought a fresh point of view and a renewed commitment to the company’s culture, technology, and leadership—and made sure that ProEst was part of the equation.
A growing general contracting company based in San Jose, Costa Rica, IHD Group has gone all-in on cloud technology to help them monitor and manage their multi-million-dollar construction projects. It’s a strategy that’s already paying them back.
Acknowledging the need for a faster, more standardized approach to the bidding process, Scull Construction executives replaced Excel with the ProEst cloud platform, anticipating full integration with the company’s recently implemented Procore and Foundation applications.
When remote work was mandated in 2020, O’Brien transitioned from the ProEst desktop version to the online cloud platform, a move that helped safeguard their usual precon protocols and kept project timelines on track. The ability for teams to stay connected, say O’Brien executives, made it all possible.
Committed to agility and lean business principles, this Indianapolis-based general contractor had outgrown their spreadsheet estimating process after just a few years—and turned to ProEst for greater integration and 24/7 access to its online cloud platform.
Acting on the recommendation of the Procore team, Wisconsin-based CCI made the move to ProEst from a legacy estimating solution. For CCI estimators, it was a big step up, offering an ideal combination of affordability and a cloud-based, user-friendly interface.
Nebraska's Ironhide Construction specializes in metal building construction for commercial, agricultural and public sector clients. Their move to ProEst in 2018 was prompted by a growing volume of project bids and the need to integrate seamlessly with Procore and Acumatica.
This fast-growing North Carolina company was struggling with a dated all-in-one estimating, accounting and project management solution that couldn’t keep up with bid demand. Moving to ProEst was the logical solution, creating new process efficiencies and integrating fully with both Procore and Acumatica platforms.
Based in Adelaide, Australia, this $50M landscaping contractor was experiencing rapid growth—and needed an automated estimating solution that could keep up with the 300+ project bids they generated every year. Learn why Outside Ideas found ProEst to be the ideal solution.
As a company that specializes in large-scale public works projects, Millennium Contractors needed an estimating solution that could handle the complexity and extended timelines of civil construction. A move to ProEst offered the kind of functionality that got more winning bids out the door.
Con-Tech was one of Canada’s earliest adopters of ProEst software, a move that helped the company consolidate estimate data and automate time-consuming processes. But with a wide spectrum of technology skills among estimating staff, an easy-to-use interface was essential.
Even before Vermont businesses were subject to stay-at-home orders, commercial contractor Neagley & Chase was committed to moving their business online. They turned to ProEst for a robust cloud-based estimating platform and full integration with their Procore software.
California-based Vantis leveraged the ProEst Cloud platform to keep a distributed workforce connected and productive. Their design and engineering teams found that it was a perfect fit for the company’s commitment to an off-site design-and-build approach.
An iconic provider of artificial playing surfaces around the world, AstroTurf has grown from a small, family-owned business to a global industry leader. A buyout in 2016 necessitated new levels of estimating transparency and accountability, prompting CEO Kim Summers to make a move to ProEst.
In-house contracting team Workplace Design and Delivery provides capital improvements to Geisinger’s healthcare facilities across the country. Plans to expand, coupled with an outdated and disorganized estimating process, convinced the company to seek a cloud-based estimating solution that could grow with them.
Strategic growth goals and rapid expansion led this Australian company to seek out a an estimating solution to replace the cumbersome spreadsheets they had been using. ProEst was the solution that helped simplify the complexity and accelerated timelines.
Blach Construction, one of Northern California’s premier contractors, knows how to manage complexity. Yet with 200 employees, relationships with 650+ subcontractors and a growing demand for project bids, the company needed an estimating solution that could out-perform their outdated spreadsheets.