Construction Estimating Consulting

Construction Estimating Consulting

What does a construction estimator do?

Construction Estimating Consulting  Creates and provides cost estimates and cost plans for construction projects up to the tender phase.

Consulting work includes high-level tasks such as work related to design development and development support, project management, and contract management. includes, inspection of contractor work, advice on sustainability and advice and support in developing projects.

4 types of estimating

  • Preliminary Estimate.
  • Detailed Estimate.
  • Quantity Estimate.
  • Bid Estimate.

Why do I need a Construction Consultant?

There are so many actions required to complete a real estate project, the expertise required for a single individual or development company to complete the project successfully. is impossible to get.

To fill the knowledge and skill gaps needed for profitable projects, I need a construction consultant. They mitigate risk and ensure that all parts of the project are completed to the highest and highest construction standards. We shorten deadlines, ensure quality and help investors achieve high returns on their investments.

Reasons To Hire Construction Consultant

Planning and Budgeting

Construction Estimating Consulting facilitate the project planning and project initiation stages. and use their experience to help plan your resources and personnel. In fact, it can be frustrating when project costs exceed expectations.

Consultants can also help you select the right vendors and contractors and keep your plans within budget. We also handle the negotiation process with contractors and vendors to ensure you get the best value for your project, saving you time and money in negotiations and planning during the process.

Depending on the size of the project, construction consultants will develop a realistic project plan including important milestones as the project progresses. Based on our experience, we can also recommend the best course of action for bottlenecks that occur in your project. Hiring an architectural consultant takes the stress out of planning such a complex project. Basically, they’ve got your back.

Quality Control

Construction projects follow multiple quality control standards to ensure that sites and buildings are safe to use. They range from material quality, human resources, environmental standards, and more. However, without design knowledge, it is difficult to monitor employees in this regard.

Architectural consultants are typically knowledgeable in this area and are best suited to ensure project safety. They have the knowledge to test and certify that all materials and processes meet the required standards.

Ensure you source genuine quality materials. It also helps ensure that the teams working on the project have the right experience, qualifications, and skills required for their various roles and are performing as expected.

However, the construction consultant you choose should be highly qualified and experienced to handle all these aspects of your project.

Otherwise you are likely to face collapsed or substandard buildings, permanent loss and even government penalties.

Risk Assessment

Every construction project faces some obvious and hidden threats. Some are not always obvious and require an experienced professional. Construction Estimating Consulting are often trained in risk management and control, enabling them to identify and mitigate potential hazards before they occur.

Ensure the compliance of the team working on the project and the safety of the methods used during construction. Advisors will take steps such as wearing helmets, boots and other safety equipment.

In a safety role, a consultant can save you from potential litigation due to accidents at your project site by assessing and resolving risks.

Project Site Control

All construction projects primarily rely on multiple contractors, subcontractors, vendors and suppliers. Managing the tasks of all these different actors simultaneously can be tedious and complex. But an architectural consultant can do this for you.

The consultant coordinates all parties on site. Your job is to ensure that everyone does their part and collaborates on specific areas as needed. Poor coordination between contractors can even lead to critical mistakes and multiple delays.

Construction consultants ensure on-site orders and ensure timely arrival of materials and personnel. If there is a problem with the project, we will be your first point of contact as we can analyze the situation and provide solutions based on our experience.

In addition, such professionals can act as intermediaries between you and your customers, employees and contractors. They can provide up-to-date information and ensure that all parties keep their promise to keep the project on track.

Time and money Saving

Construction projects have many moving parts and must be tracked by an experienced supervisor. Without it, you have to invest a lot of time and additional resources. That’s what an architectural consultant does.

Our construction consultants take care of the day-to-day administrative work for you, reducing the burden on you and guaranteeing efficiency through our experience. They leave only big decisions and overall oversight to you.

Supervision becomes more accessible and structured since they provide updated reports as part of their project management protocol. They are responsible for keeping track of the project expenses, phase completion sign-offs, and reporting to you to seek approvals for payments and where plans have to change.

They also ensure that tasks are always running on schedule. Without this function, your project may experience delays, which can prove costly. Furthermore, their oversight keeps you from losing money from stolen material, substandard equipment, etc.

In the long run, the cost of hiring a professional construction consultant becomes much lower than handling the project yourself. Through their expertise, they can derive efficient methods and mitigate unforeseen unnecessary expenses.

What Trades Do We Deal In?

We deal in all CSI divisions of the construction industry.

  • Concrete
  • Masonry
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Ductwork
  • HVAC
  • Sitework
  • Earthwork
  • Finishes
  • Drywall
  • Painting
  • Lumber
  • Insulation
  • Metal
  • Structural steel
  • Rebar
  • Door/Window
  • Thermal/moisture protection
  • Plastic/wood composites

What Scope Of Projects Do We Provide Consultancy For?

The scope of our portfolio includes all the kinds of residential, industrial, and commercial cost estimate projects that incorporate:

  • Residential; townhomes, modular homes, high rises, skyscrapers, complex apartments, and private homes
  • Commercial; offices, warehouses, theaters, and sports auditoriums.
  • Institutional; educational facilities, healthcare, prisons
  • Retail; shopping centers, grocery stores, and restaurants
  • Industrial; manufacturing units, food processing, wastewater treatment plants, power, cogeneration, bio-fuels, refinery, petrochemicals, etc.
  • Civil; bridges, dams, highways
  • Mining & Marine projects
  • Restoration and repair


Reasonably determine the financial feasibility of your proposed project.

Establish a budget and carefully monitor it throughout the design phases.

Significantly mitigate your level of risk with an independent cost estimate.

Correct errors by eliminating unnecessary contingencies & scope overlaps.

Establish a basis for comparison to ensure reasonable contractor pricing.

Build strong relationships between all project team members.

Our Construction Estimating Consulting know about current market circumstances and building processes and have sharp attention to detail. They stay dedicated throughout the construction and design process, from budgeting to construction document estimates, including guidance, bid filing, contractor selection, negotiations, value engineering, and project close-out.

The role of Real Estimate Service is to prepare all kinds of residential, commercial, and industrial estimates from new construction projects to existing ones.
Our primary clients are various types of construction contractors (general contractors and subcontractors), homeowners, project managers, and architects.
The cost depends on the size of the project scope ranging from $100 to $450. A single trade residential project would cost around $150 and $450 for a full GC commercial project.
The average turnaround time is between 24 to 48 hours. Considering the complexities of submitting the bid before the deadline, we also offer urgent services that would cost an extra fee to cover overtime costs. The urgent estimate will be delivered in less than 12 hours.
Say goodbye to traditional paper estimating because we are using the top-rated estimation software Plan Swift and Bluebeam to prepare a perfect estimate for our clients.
Real estimate service has a wide range of networks with material suppliers across the United States to stay up to date with the material pricing. Moreover, we also use the following zip code-based software RS means Online and Home Depot to achieve maximum accuracy.
Paying for the estimate has never been easy because we have integrated the PayPal payment method. An invoice will be delivered to you through email, and you can pay us using your debit/credit card or PayPal account
Our company focuses on providing outsourcing services to our clients across the United States. Using the latest software for pricing and estimation. We are already working with hundreds of clients from different states other than New York including Mexico, Pennsylvania, California, Florida, and many more.