Add material and labor to the CCN.
- [Instructor] Let's start performing some takeoff,…or entering some items into this change notice.…Click on takeoff.…You'll notice this is exactly like Accubid Classic Pro,…or whatever version of Accubid Classic you may be using.…If you don't know how to perform takeoff,…see our video on learning Accubid Classic Pro.…The steps are pretty much identical.…You see that you have all the different subcategories…up here, like drawing, area, and phase.…You get the takeoff dropdown here…with all the different types of takeoff,…like fixtures, heating, systems,…all the way to the item database.…
Let's just take a few things off the item database…and get them into the change order notice.…Let's put a little conduit.…A little three quarter EMT maybe. 50 feet.…Maybe some elbows, four of them.…I'll pick some connectors.…Steel set screw, my favorite, four of them.…
Gonna need some couplings, of course. 10.…How about some wire?…Some number 12. Let's say 150 feet.…I think you get the point of what I'm doing here.…I'm adding different items of material…
- Program setup
- Adjusting defaults
- Performing takeoffs
- Copying items and assemblies
- Using screens
- Changing report styles
- Working with extensions
- Closing a change order
Skill Level Beginner
Construction Estimating Extensionwith Christopher Randall17m 22s Beginner
Construction Estimating Takeoffwith Christopher Randall23m 23s Beginner
Learning Construction Estimatingwith Christopher Randall15m 22s Beginner
Construction Estimating Bid Recapwith Christopher Randall33m 4s Intermediate
Learning Trimble Accubid Prowith Christopher Randall38m 51s Beginner
1. Program Setup and Job Creation
2. Customizing Your CCN and Reports
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