Estimating Electrical Construction

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Craftsman Book Company, 1983 - House & Home - 270 pages
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Everything you need to know to accurately estimate materials and labor for residential and commercial electrical construction. Written by an A.S.P.E. National Estimator of the Year, it teaches you how to use labor units, the plan take-off, and the bid summary to make an accurate estimate, how to deal with suppliers, use pricing sheets, and modify labor units. Provides extensive labor unit tables and blank forms for your next electrical job.
 

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Contents

Electrical Contracting
5
Bids
22
Estimating Aids and Tools
28
Residential Takeoff
36
Pricing Sheets Supplier Role
49
Labor Units
68
Commercial Takeoff
89
Bidding Mechanics
157
Submittals
167
Change Orders and Backcharges
196
Cost Adjustments
227
Effects of Overtime
233
Information Sources
248
Estimating Forms
254
Index
268
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