×

In the Eyes of Your Customer, How Competitive is Your Bid? [Whitepaper]

First Name
Last Name
Company
Phone Number
Country
State
Province
What Estimating Software are you using?
What Pricing Soution do you use?
Industry
I would like to hear more about Trimble resources, products and services by email
I understand that by submitting my personal information to Trimble it is subject to the Trimble Privacy Notice.
Thank you!
Error - something went wrong!
   

In the Eyes of the Customer, How Competitive is Your Bid?

September 26, 2017

In this guide, you will learn what you can you do to improve both the quantity AND the quality of your bids, so that you’re able to keep consistently bringing in business for the firm.

The MEP trades — and the construction trade in general — have certainly come a long way in the last several decades. Many of the experienced tradespeople considering retirement soon can look back and remember the days before computer-aided design (CAD), building information management (BIM), and widespread use of offsite fabrication or modular construction, and most will simply smile and shake their heads realizing just how much time, effort, and money has been saved or reallocated thanks to these construction innovations.

However, despite vast improvements in technology, materials, and the construction project workflow, some things haven’t changed at all.

In this guide you will learn:

  1. What the customer is looking for in your bid
  2. Where your bids have room for improvement
  3. How technology can help

Download In the Eyes of the Customer, How Competitive is Your Bid? now!

Previous Flipbook
Tips and Tools to Create a Fast and Accurate Change Order
Tips and Tools to Create a Fast and Accurate Change Order

Download this ebook today to discover the vital tips needed to improve your change order game and introduce...

Next Article
How to Dramatically Improve Your Mechanical Estimating Process
How to Dramatically Improve Your Mechanical Estimating Process

Most mechanical estimators working in construction today are forced to complete as many as eight estimates ...