2010 National Construction Estimator (National Construction Estimator (W/CD))

2010 National Construction Estimator (National Construction Estimator (W/CD))

ISBN: 9781572182257
Publisher: Craftsman Book Co
Edition: 58 Pap/Cdr
Publication Date: 2009-09-30
Number of pages: 672
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58th Annual Edition - Current building costs for residential, commercial, and industrial construction.

You can estimate most construction jobs by relying on past experience to determine manhours and material prices. But sometimes a lucrative job comes along for work that you've never done before. How can you find reliable cost estimates for that type of work?

With the 2010 National Construction Estimator you'll find estimated prices for every type of construction job imaginable for residential, commercial or industrial work. Prices are included for common building material -- based on typical selling prices of building material dealers and wholesalers.

Estimated manhours are included with recommended crew sizes, and the total labor cost for installation of practically every construction item in existance. Wage breakdowns for 24 construction trades are provided, add the zip code into your computer with the disk enclosed and your wage rates are automatically adjusted in your estimate.

Assembly prices are also included on many items to help you quickly estimate the construction costs you need. Simply plug in the square or lineal feet and the estimate is finished. Then you can add any extras to make it more precise.

Includes a CD-ROM with an electronic version of the book with National Estimator, a stand-alone Windows estimating program, plus an interactive multimedia video that shows how to use the disk to compile construction cost estimates. You can print out the estimates you create or export them to QuickBooksPro for job costing. Revised annually.

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