Learn about how unit prices are entered and used in the change order.
- [Instructor] The next screen is the unit price screen.…It's a pretty handy tool that Accubid put into Change Order…and I'll show you why.…Now typically, after you create a job,…you can edit the default job folder…and have these unit prices already existing here…in the schedule.…I'm gonna just add a few just for an example.…Add one clock, $200.…Now, again, typically these would already be here,…because the job default would have them in already.…
These are prices that you would submit with base bid…and the owner has the option to add them…or subtract them as they like.…Add one outlet, $125.…There they are.…Now we're gonna actually quantify these.…Maybe the customer's asked us by change notice…to add two clocks…or to add four outlets.…It uses our unit prices and then it totals 'em up.…
That's how you use the unit price screen.…
- 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
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Construction Estimating Takeoffwith Christopher Randall23m 23s Beginner
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1. Program Setup and Job Creation
2. Customizing Your CCN and Reports
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