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How to Add Value to Your Estimates with Value Engineering

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How to Add Value to Your Cost Estimates with Value Engineering

December 12, 2017 Sarah Lorek

For today’s estimators, value engineering shouldn’t just be a requirement – it should be a priority. With the inevitable scope creep that often happens in construction and building projects, value engineering continues to make more and more sense. Maybe you’re already practicing this approach and don’t even know it, or maybe you think you’re doing it, but you’re actually not.

 

Either way, in this guide, you’ll learn:

  • The history of value engineering
  • What value engineering is and is not
  • Common misconceptions about value engineering
  • Approach and the three stages of good value engineering
  • Why you should care
  • Take-home tips for adding value to your estimates

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About the Author

Sarah Lorek

Sarah is the Global Content Manager/Editor for Constructible and Trimble MEP. She has worked on many large scale marketing campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, helping them define their story and shape a compelling narrative. Now, she focuses on creating and sourcing valuable thought leader content for our readers.

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