Join Christopher Randall for an in-depth discussion in this video Final price screen, part of Learning Trimble Accubid Pro.
- [Instructor] Now we will close the estimate…by going to the final price screen.…On this screen,…you'll see a summary of all the different entries…in screens that you've used to build the estimate.…Your default job should have…some overhead and markups predetermined.…If you'd like to change them, you could do so…by simply clicking on 'em…and changing 'em.…If your job is subject to a global sales tax,…you can add it here.…
Be sure to check for alarms.…Alarms are tags, or markers, used to make sure…that you have necessary costs included in your estimate.…Here's one shown on quoted material.…I simply go to the quoted material screen,…see that there's one for fire alarm,…I can insert a cost for fire alarm here,…and the alarm will clear.…I go to the final price screen again,…and that alarm will be gone.…Check and make sure that everything reflects…exactly what you need in the estimate.…
Down at the bottom of the screen,…you'll see the calculated dollar figure.…That is your price for your estimate.…
- Navigating Accubid
- Creating a job file
- Tracking items and common assemblies
- Managing material prices
- Considering labor factors and escalation
- Tracking subcontractors
- Working with quoted material
- Managing general expenses
- Generating quotes and bids
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Program Overview
2. Job Takeoff
3. Extension Screen
4. Labor Screens
5. Quotes and Direct Job Expenses
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