How much is this building going to cost me? The question asked by people who just got an idea of their dream house and by constructors bidding for raising a building for someone else. If its about a single building, the estimation can be done with a piece of paper, pencil and calculator. But what if you have to estimate a multitude of projects, prepare a whole bunch of reports, and complete all bids in construction tenders before the day ends?
Take a closer look at Estimator, a child of the digital era, specially designed for architects, builders, contractors, and engineers. The software will let you manage construction projects with fantastic power and cutting-edge accuracy. With just a few mouse clicks and keystrokes, you can get a variety of estimate and rate analysis reports for both residential and commercial buildings, prepare detailed estimates, abstract estimates, tenders, measurement books, cost abstracts, labor and contractors bills, purchase order, and a lot of other project management documents. Estimator will help you implement cost control by saving 90% of your time and 30% of your project cost.
Estimator is available for all major versions of Windows operating system, starting with Win2k. And the best news is that you dont have to be a programmer to install or use this application; it is so easy and user-friendly that just about anyone can get along with it easily.
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