Quantity takeoff

Quantity take-offs (QTO) are detailed measurement of materials and labour needed to complete construction project. They are developed by an estimator during the pre-construction phase. This process includes breaking the project down into smaller and more manageable units that are easier to measure or estimate. The level of detail required for measurement may vary. Estimaon and costing is an essential part of building construction and accurately forecasting the cost of projects is a very important skill in demand today technology has changed the quantity takeoff method, and today advanced processes like BIM raised the technology bar with more complicated systems which has significantly increased estimation accuracy.
Estimation and costing is an essential part of building construction and accurate forecasting the cost of future projects is an important skill for civil engineers and cost estimators. This course is designed for individuals who wish to pursue their career in their field, Cost estimation. skilled QTO professionals are in high demand with construction industry. This course is most suited for civil engineers.
Course Objective:
EduCADD’s Quantity take off course will train learners on creating synchronized, comprehensive project views that merge significant information from building information modeling (BIM) tools such as Revit® Architecture, Revit® Structure, and Revit® MEP software along with geometries, images, and data from other tools. Course also teach how to calculate areas and counting of building components automatically or manually and exporting to Microsoft Excel, and publishing to DWF™ format.
key Contents:

Getting Started with Quantity Takeoff (QTO)

QTO Interface Part 2

Understanding 2D Takeof

Completing a 2D Takeof

Takeoff Palette Explored

Understanding the Workbook

Reporting and Exporting

Exporting 3D to DWF

Basic 3D Model Takeof

Using the Model Tab

2D/3D Takeoff Workflow


Cost Data within QTO

Item Assignment

Bookmarks in QTO

Advanced QTO of Enumerated Data Type

Duration: 60 Hrs
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