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Estimating for Residential Construction

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Estimating for Residential Construction offers a concise introduction to residential estimating processes and to the steps involved in accurately preparing a cost estimate. Author David Pratt uses clear, straightforward language to describe the basic arithmetic of residential construction work, along with logical explanations of how to prepare takeoffs. Readers will learn how to price excavation and site work, concrete, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, heating, and electrical work, as well as the general expenses and sub-trade work. Specifics on how to prepare a bill of materials from a takeoff, how to summarize and prepare a bid for a custom home, assessing markup on an estimate, and how to review a bid before it is submitted to the client is also covered as well as information on preparing estimates for remodeling jobs.

Synopsis:

Focusing exclusively on residential work, ESTIMATING FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, 2E provides a very visual, reader-friendly introduction to processes as it details the steps involved in accurately preparing a cost estimate. Packed with examples, the book clearly explains how to price excavation and site work, concrete, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, heating, and electrical work, as well as the general expenses and sub-trade work. It also covers the impact of green building practices and effective estimating "shortcuts".

About the Author

David J. Pratt is a Professor of Civil Engineering Technology at SAIT Polytechnic and a lecturer in construction costing at the University of Calgary. Professor Pratt is a professional quantity surveyor and cost consultant. He is a member of the Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, and holds a degree in Quantity Surveying from Liverpool College of Building together with a degree in Economics from the University of Calgary.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Introduction to Building cost Estimates Chapter Two: Arithmetic and Principles of Measurement Chapter Three: Measuring Excavation and Sitework Chapter Four: Measuring Concrete Work Chapter Five: Measuring Carpentry Work Chapter Six: Measuring Masonry and Finishes Chapter Seven: Estimating Plumbing, HVAC and Electricaln Work Chapter Eight: Pricing General Expenses Chapter Nine:Pricing the Work Chapter Ten:Pricing Equipment Chapter Eleven: Subcontracting Work Chapter Twelve: Estimate Summaries and Bids Chapter Thirteen: Estimates for Remodeling Work Appendix A: Glossary Appendix B: THe Metric System and Conversions Appendix C: Equations used in Estimating Appendix D: Sample House Drawings Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9781111308872
Author:
Pratt, David J.
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Author:
Pratt, David
Author:
Pratt, David (David Pratt)
Subject:
Technical & Manufacturing Industries & Trades
Subject:
Construction - Estimating
Subject:
Construction Costs
Subject:
Construction Management
Subject:
Building -- Estimates.
Subject:
Estimates
Subject:
Residential Construction Industry
Subject:
Contracts
Subject:
Estimating
Subject:
Estimate
Subject:
green building
Subject:
Sustainable construction
Subject:
Measurement
Subject:
Calculations
Subject:
Calculating
Subject:
SITE
Subject:
site work
Subject:
Calculate
Subject:
Pricing
Subject:
Priced Estimate
Subject:
Pricing Work
Subject:
Pricing Labor
Subject:
Estimate Summaries
Subject:
Estimate Summary
Subject:
Computer Estimate.
Subject:
Construction-Estimating Guides
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20110431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Language:
English
Pages:
400

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Engineering » Construction » Estimating Guides
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Reference » Science Reference » Technology

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"Synopsis" by , Focusing exclusively on residential work, ESTIMATING FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, 2E provides a very visual, reader-friendly introduction to processes as it details the steps involved in accurately preparing a cost estimate. Packed with examples, the book clearly explains how to price excavation and site work, concrete, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, heating, and electrical work, as well as the general expenses and sub-trade work. It also covers the impact of green building practices and effective estimating "shortcuts".
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