Quantity take-offs are pivotal for successful construction projects. The design and modeling phases require attention to detail, creativity, and cohesion. However, making changes is straightforward and requires less workforce than correcting the tangible project itself.
The first steps are considering essential basics. It includes data management, cost estimates, bidding specifics, and ways to encourage accurate real-time quantity take-offs. Our Construction Digital Prototype is capable of such and more.
Standing out from most BIM model programs, the Construction Digital Prototype does much more than create permit-quality drawings and models. Setting up the construction managers on day one, it provides unparalleled perspective to design and documentation.
As essential, project management can access the program’s tools and data, to sum up, job-site needs. Pursuing the project under a said line of thought fosters a leaner transition to preparing bid/tender documentation and coordinating with procurement needs.
This approach brings better productivity, facility management, construction cost management, and coordination between the project team as it decreases error rates and backtracking. Such often leads to construction expenses becoming less than the cost estimates.