Quantity Take-off

Endeion provide quantity takeoff services for the civil infrastructure industry that includes the process of determining the quantities of materials required for the construction of infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges, buildings, and water treatment plants. The process also involves breaking down the project into smaller components and estimating the quantities of materials required for each component.
The quantity takeoff process in civil infrastructure is critical for developing accurate cost estimates and ensuring that the project is delivered within budget. It also helps ensure that the right quantities of materials are ordered and delivered to the construction site, reducing the risk of delays and cost overruns. By providing detailed information about the materials required for each component of the project, quantity takeoff helps project managers plan and schedule the construction activities more efficiently, ensuring that the project is completed on time and to the required quality standards.

Steps in the Quantity Takeoff Process of Endeion

  • Reviewing the project plans and specifications : The estimator reviews the project plans and specifications to determine the scope of work, construction details, and materials required for each element of the project.
  • Measuring and quantifying the components : The estimator measures the dimensions of each component of the project and calculates the quantities of materials required based on the design specifications.
  • Developing material lists and cost estimates : The estimator develops material lists for each component of the project and prepares a cost estimate based on the unit prices of the materials.
  • Updating the estimate :The estimator updates the estimate as the design progresses and additional information becomes available.