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- Estimating and Tendering
- Estimating and Tendering for Construction Work
- TENDERING AND ESTIMATING I
- Understanding tendering and estimating
Estimating and Tendering
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Estimators need to understand the consequences of entering into a contract, often defined by complex conditions and documents, as well as to appreciate the technical requirements of the project. Estimating and Tendering for Construction Work explains the job of the estimator through every key stage, from early cost studies to the creation of budgets for successful tenders.
Embed Size px x x x x This unit will give learners the opportunity to develop knowledge of the information needed to produce a tender, an understanding of how different types of tender documentation are used, and to develop skills needed to calculate unit rates for an element or trade section of a bill of quantities and produce a tender. Successful and profitable construction companies require estimators who are commercially aware, highly skilled and pay close attention to detail. The estimator produces an estimate of project cost to enable the company to submit a tender after the decision has been made on the amount of profit to add to the project. This decision is based on the companys required return whilst taking into account their current workload and advance order book, level of risk associated with the project, the current and future market conditions, and the perceived workload or current order book of competitors who may also tender for the project. Learners will develop an understanding of tendering procedures from receipt of the tender documentation through to submission of the final tender.
Estimating and Tendering for Construction Work
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TENDERING AND ESTIMATING I
We have extensive experience in estimating and tendering for construction work for projects of all sizes, complexities and values. We work with main contractors and sub-contractor as our clients and source competitive and accurate quotations from specialist sub-contractors and suppliers which we then build into our tenders. When the client has not provided us with a bill of quantities for tendering purposes or has provided a schedule of works without quantities we can measure the proposed works from drawings and specifications and then prepare accurate builders quantities which can then be used to price the proposed works. We will then price the work and present a professional tender to our client for submission. We have a proven track record of providing contractors and sub-contractors with a professional, reliable and efficient estimating and tendering service.
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Understanding tendering and estimating
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The offer is the tender, which once accepted becomes a contract. Page 6. 6. © UNSW - Estimating and Tendering. Estimate. Tender.