National construction estimator 2014
National Construction Estimator - 62nd Annual Edition, authored by Richard Pray, divulges the existing building costs for residential, commercial, and industrial construction.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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National Construction Estimator 2014
National Construction Estimator - 62nd Annual Edition, authored by Richard Pray, divulges the existing
building costs for residential, commercial, and industrial construction.
The book - Published by: Craftsman Book Company
672 Pages, 8-1/2 x 11, Shipping Weight: 3.36 lbs.
This is in fact predictable cost for every widespread building material, the labor cost to put in the material and a
total "installed" cost. For those jobs where you cannot rely on your experience to estimate, depend on the prices
in this national standard of construction costs to obtain you securely in the fairly accurate.
This provides man-hours, recommended crew, and the labor cost for installation of every job and practically
every type of material in construction. It provides lucid imagery on what is included in the job being estimated
so you know precisely what the job and the prices for that job involve. Every cost is carefully described. It even
provides not obligatory crew sizes, and equipment rates.
It includes a free download of an electronic version of the book with National Estimator, a stand -alone Windows
estimating programme. You will also receive a link for a download of the 2014 electronic version at no extra
Included with National Estimator download:
Job Cost Wizard – turns estimates into invoices and exports both in QuickBooks.
Free Online Technical Support – for the National Estimator Software.
Free Quarterly National Estimator Updates – Updates to the 2014 costbooks and zip code modification
factors are updated quarterly.
Quarterly price updates on the Web are free and automatic all during 2014. You'll be prompted when it's
time to collect the next update. A connection to the Web is required.
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