Top 10 Tips for Successful MEP Estimating and Takeoff

July 1, 2019

From operational inefficiencies to miscommunication - estimators are keenly aware of the challenges that bog down efficiency. Access our top 10 tips for overcoming key estimating and takeoff challenges today!

Effective estimating requires a fine balance between hard facts and intuition. As you combine the inputs of customers, architects, engineers, and your own expertise, you are expected to synthesize a staggering amount of information into a viable, accurate project estimate and bid. This is no small task.

Estimators are keenly aware of the leading challenges that bog down their efficiency and day-to-day workflow. On average, MEP contractors bid as many as eight times before landing a job. As competition continues to put pressure on the bidding process, estimators need a way to balance efficiency with accuracy.

Thanks to improved integration strategies, communication channels, and cloud computing, construction teams are overcoming these top estimating and takeoff challenges.

 Don’t resign to inefficiency. Access our top 10 tips for overcoming critical estimating and takeoff challenges in modern construction

 

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