Construction Estimator

Construction Estimation Department

Construction Estimator

The position within a construction company that is responsible for the proper financial determination of the cost to construct the project. The estimator is responsible for all the subcontractor bidding on the project, as well as the proper coordination and management of the construction documents.1

Experience

Years of experience we offer

0-5 years. If additional years of experience is necessary, we will be able to find the qualifying candidates.

Qualification

Education

Associates, Bachelors, or Masters in Business, Civil Engineering, Construction Management or related disciplines. 

Knowledge

Software

AutoCAD 

Revit 

Knowledge

Certificates

Certified Construction Manager (CCMI) 

OSHA Safety Certificate 

Certified Estimating Professional (CPE) 

Engineer in Training Certification (EIT)

Our Focus

Skills

What to Expect from Your Offshore Team

Estimators are vital to budgeting your construction projects. Not only do they work to find supplies with the most efficient cost, but they are also looking for quality. They may specialize in one area of construction but can also run a cost analysis for all types of projects such as electrical, engineering, or architectural.

Reference:

  1. Estimator - What Does Estimator Mean in Construction? (n.d.). Builder-Questions.com. Retrieved April 27, 2022, from https://www.builder-questions.com/construction-glossary/estimator