Material Take-Offs In Masonry Estimation
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Learn More About Material Take-offs In Construction
Before making any important decisions about your job, you should brush up on your knowledge of the material take-off estimating process so you understand exactly where your money is going and the hard work that goes into building plans.
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What Are Material Take-Offs?
A material take-off is one of a construction project’s most important aspects. It’s when an estimator calculates the required material quantities (concrete, steel, and lumber) needed for a job based on drawings, specifications, and computer-aided designs (CAD).
Watch the video below for a full explanation.
Types Of Material Take Offs
Two types of material take-offs are used today in construction: manual take-offs and digital take-offs.
Manual take-offs are a traditional method of estimation involving an individual carrying out the process by analyzing blueprints and drawings based on their own knowledge and expertise.
Digital take-offs are the most popular form of material quantity calculation. The materials needed for a project are measured using computing software and digital tools such as 3D Take-offs, Building Information Take-offs (BIM), and Cloud-based take-offs.
See below for their specifications.
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