What does a construction estimator do?
Construction Estimators prepare and deliver estimates and cost plans for construction projects up to the tender settlement stage.
On a high level, consulting tasks include tasks like developing and supporting the development of the design, working with tasks related to project management, contract administration, inspecting the work of construction contractors, advising on sustainability and giving advice and helping develop the project.
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 that it would be impossible for one person or one development company to acquire the expertise needed to finish one successfully.
Construction consultants are needed to provide gaps in knowledge and performance required to achieve a profitable project. They help reduce risk, make sure that each part of a project is completed to the highest and best construction standards. They accelerate timelines, assure quality and help investors achieve good rates of return on their investment.
What Trades Do We Deal In?
We deal in all CSI divisions of the construction industry.
- Structural steel
- 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 estimators and consultants 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.