Estimating

  • EC3-17 Pg74

    Way to go?

    Whether you prepare estimates manually or electronically, be sure you have covered all...

  • EC2-17 Pg46

    The preliminary round

    Contractors need to beware of often-missed costs when finalising a tender. Brian Seymour...

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    Clause for concern

    Electrical estimators must beware of detrimental clauses in tender documents. Brian Seymour highlights...

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    To bid or not to bid

    Making submissions for larger projects can be a not-so-tender trap. Brian Seymour offers...

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    Estimating: The professional way

    A qualified, experienced estimator can help an electrical contractor to stay in business...

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    Beware of the variables in estimating

    Accounting for not-so-obvious costs makes the difference between disaster and profit. Brian Seymour...

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    Sound, like a plan

    Focusing on the basic skills needed in an electrical contracting business, Brian Seymour...

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    How to make money and get paid

    Following on from the previous issue, Brian Seymour focuses on the basics for...

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    The tender trap

    Counting and measuring are central to accurate estimating, but there’s much more to...

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    Summarising an estimate

      A well-designed estimate summary sheet ensures you won’t break out in a...