November 28, 2007
Electrical Estimator`S Manual: Electrical Construction Projects Including Everyday Labor Installation Rates Available Now
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c75786) has announced the addition of "Electrical Estimator`S Manual: Electrical Construction Projects Including Everyday Labor Installation Rates" to their offering.
With over 45 years of experience in contracting, managing and estimating electrical projects, the author has compiled literally thousands of installation labor rates used in everyday electrical estimating procedures in this easy-to-use manual.
These labor rates complement the instructional portion of this manual. Written in simple, easy-to-digest construction language, the author shows how to:
Develop a complete reliable and competitive estimate using the blueprints, specifications, spreadsheets and forms that are inclunded in the back of this manual.
Estimate all costs on an electrical construction project.
Follow up and manage costs once the project is underway.
Use itemized estimates to reduce overhead expenses.
Bring off a successful project on time and budget, without sacrificing quality.
Many professional estimator's guides are like door stops, filled with cumbersome and dreaded "refer to page number x" and "see note y." They are not user friendly or easily referenced. With it's larger font size and larger format for easy viewing and it's comb binding, so that it will stay open and lay flat on an engineer's desktop or on the technician's sawhorse or truck hood, this manual is the optimal choise when deciding whcih reference material to use.
Included with this book is a CD, containing all of the spreadsheets and forms that estimators need on a daily basis. Just download them onto your hard drive and print them out. Use them time and again for all your electrical estimating projects.
How to estimate electrical construction projects
Electrical material and labor takeoff
Labour rate scedules and forms, charts and diagrams
Sample estimate and forms
For more information, visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c75786