Quality Control

In the world of construction, precision is key. Whether you’re just starting out or an experienced professional, the importance of accurate estimating cannot be overstated. Construction projects are intricate puzzles. Every piece must fit seamlessly to achieve success. Yet, even the most experienced estimators can run into challenges that lead to oversights, which is why quality control plays a pivotal role in estimating.

As the industry changes, off-the-shelf solutions might not always address the unique challenges that come from your industry-specific demands. This is where the need for a customized software solution becomes apparent. Imagine a tool that seamlessly integrates with how you estimate, helping you catch and correct errors before they become… costly.

Your estimating software should be as unique as the projects themselves. Generic solutions can only take you so far. But rather than reinventing the wheel, it’s about making the wheel roll smoother and faster. By using a customized software solution, you can adapt your software to the specifics of your projects and easily implement quality control measures. Because let’s be honest, projects can get complicated and there is often a lot to manage. Now, imagine a tool that automatically scans your material list, highlighting any potential errors or oversights. That sure could spare you the hassle of repeatedly double-checking things throughout the entire job.

This is where tools like Quick Check come into play.

While Quick Check has its own way of operating, the main idea should be the same in any solution for you: customization. The picture above shows 7 custom rules that I created to check for potentially costly mistakes. And with dozens of different rule types and a rule manager, I can enable, disable, or create more rules as needed.

So whether you just need a high-level check to make sure all of the necessary materials have been called, or you’re dealing with a more complex job where you want to make sure all of the nitty-gritty details are correct, a great software solution will let you do either.

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