The Mechanical Estimating Guide is a comprehensive guide for the estimator who is involved in taking off and estimating mechanical jobs. Whether it be a small repair or a large project the Estimating Guide will take you through the process of the take off, material listing, and finally filling out the Project Summary sheets, establishing a final project cost or bid price. While filling out the Project Summary sheets you will be given the opportunity to add costs for sub-contractors, rentals, permits, utility fees, working heights and any other cost required to complete an accurate bid. This book is a good reference for the estimator, engineer, project manager, management, mechanical trades or even the student. The trades covered are Electrical, Piping and Sheet Metal. There are over 2400 component labor factors for the fabrication and installation of the listed components.WIRE PLILL LABAR CALCULATINE FAHM aENEd- in tonve-.rsionl Humber Pull length Labor-units Crew Total a#39;hours Ii-a#39;lidjusted laborihours pull factor ofwires labor [Il-Ap1. 1Eu5a#39;E 511] 2.555 1_1--31 EEua#39;E 21-Eu 5555 EaEN 5mt EcEEnEnEE a#39;lilua#39; iresanbsp;...
|Title||:||MECHANICAL ESTIMATING GUIDE|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2013-09-06|