Experience improved accuracy and collaboration in your construction takeoff process with a cloud-based quantity takeoff solution combining 2D and 3D capabilities.
Whether you are using either the imperial or metric system, you can capture construction project scope with linear, count, or area takeoff tools. Generate multiple quantities for any takeoff drawn and reassign takeoffs to different types with ease. Improve how you organize your takeoffs by selecting from predefined or uploaded custom classification systems. Harness the power of cloud-based document management so the estimating team always works off the latest project documents for takeoff.
Quickly generate quantities from Building Information Models to save time in visualizing construction project scope. Use customized formulas to generate complex quantities in both 2D and 3D. Save a snapshot to preserve project information at a given moment in time to reference historical takeoff data from different phases as the estimate progresses.
A construction takeoff is a process used to estimate the cost of materials and labor for a particular construction project. This process involves taking measurements from plans, drawings, and other documents to determine the accurate number of materials needed for a job.
2D takeoff is the process of going through drawings to see how much quantity is needed for elements that must be measured to generate an accurate estimate. The manual process of generating 2D quantities involves an estimator going through physical plans and calculating what material type and quantities are needed for everything on the plan. With the use of digital solutions, this process is made easier and faster through cloud-based collaborative construction takeoff solutions. Allowing estimators to quickly and accurately calculate the amount of material needed for a project, such as roofing, flooring, windows, doors, light fixtures, painting, tiling or any other type of construction.
Digital 2D and 3D takeoffs offer several advantages over traditional paper-based takeoffs. By leveraging technology, they enable faster and more accurate estimates with reduced cost and effort compared to manual measurements. These takeoffs also result in less room for error and more efficient project planning, allowing contractors to better manage their materials and labor costs.
Construction takeoff and estimating software streamlines the process of creating accurate takeoffs, saving you time and money. It can also help with budgeting for projects by providing a detailed breakdown of costs associated with materials and labor. Additionally, the software can help you identify potential problems and risks before they become too costly to manage.