Structural Engineer Subcontractor Estimate
The Structural Engineer Subcontractor Estimate mobile app allows project managers, general contractors and subcontractors to complete a paperless structural engineer subcontractor estimate for subcontracted services, labor and structural engineer subcontractor work, using a smartphone or tablet to complete a competitive bid and construction proposal.
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The app also allows structural engineer subcontractors to act as material supplier and include construction industry materials in the construction proposal. The app records construction estimate details, job name and location, a detailed description of the structural engineer subcontracted work to be completed on the job site and a construction estimate of cost to furnish labor and materials in complete accordance with the structural engineer specifications supplied in the app. The app captures the structural engineer subcontractor’s signature and date. Using this app will assist project managers, preconstruction managers and general contractor’s in completing a budget worksheet and cost estimator for billing analysis of overhead and profit needed to calculate the actual cost of the structural engineer subcontractor work.
GoCanvas apps can easily be customized and personalized to match your construction company’s current structural engineer subcontractor estimate and be used with your prime contract and subcontractor agreement. Please note that this structural engineer subcontractor estimate mobile app designed to be used in a construction context only.
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