Is your estimating team not comfortable with a current project that’s come up? Now’s the perfect time to explore how Real Estimate Service MEP estimating services work. One of our estimating professionals will walk you through the ins and outs of our process to show you first hand how everything will flow.
An accurate estimate serves as the roadmap for a project to be designed, bid and built in a cost efficient manner. Many of our clients engage us during the programming phase, and we remain involved throughout all phases of design and construction: including budgeting, conceptual through construction document estimates, bid reviews, contractor selection, value engineering, change order negotiations, and project closeout. Our team has a strong understanding of current market conditions, a vast knowledge of many different construction methods and keen attention to detail. It is our teams ability to provide comprehensive quantity take-offs, specific market pricing, and carry appropriate contingency and escalation costs that leads our clients to a successful project within budget from conception to completion.
Our services include:
- Feasibility Studies / Program Estimates
- Preconstruction Estimates
- Cost Reduction Reviews / Estimates
- Bid Review & Reconciliation
- Change Order Management
- Pay Application Reviews
- Project Closeout
Our mission is to provide professional estimating services to our clients.
We strive to satisfy all objectives of organizing a successful bid estimate
We want our clients to see us as part of their team. We believe in integrity, a commitment to service, leadership, and collaboration.
We are committed to providing cost effective professional estimating services to all of our clients.
RANGE OF MEP ESTIMATING SERVICES
- Material takeoffs
- Bid estimates & bidding assistance
- Preliminary estimates & feasibility studies
- Budget & design estimates
- Change order estimates
- Litigation assistance
- Project Cost Management
- Project lead generation
- CPM scheduling
- MEP drafting
Being a specialist in this field, we offer MEP takeoff services for a diversified client base among General Contractors, MEP Contractors, Electrical Contractors, Mechanical Contractors, Plumbing & Piping Contractors, Insulation Contractors, Instrumentation Contractors, Fireproofing Contractors, Manufacturers, Installers, Distributors, Vendors and Designers involved in residential, commercial, industrial, retail projects.
What should be included in a construction estimate?
These factors include materials, location, machinery, and labor. These are the apparent factors, but the estimator should also consider hidden factors such as the possible market fluctuations that affect the costs of materials.
What are the basic types of cost estimating?
Below, we explore four of the most common cost estimation techniques that you can leverage.
- Analogous Estimating.
- Parametric Estimating.
- Bottom-Up Estimating.
- Three-Point Estimating.
What are the methods of estimating?
Here are six common estimating methods in project management:
- Top-down estimate.
- Bottom-up estimate.
- Expert judgment.
- Comparative or analogous estimation.
- Three-point estimating.
- Parametric model estimating.