Construction project lifecycle

Note: Preconstruction (design, planning, estimates and scheduling), Construction (project management on site), Operations (accounting and reporting).

Preconstruction (design, planning, estimates and scheduling), Construction (project management on site), Operations (accounting and reporting).

  1. Takeoff: Measure paper blueprints or digital files (e.g., CAD drawings or PDFs).
  2. Estimating: Calculate material and labor costs
  3. Bid management: Manages procurement, purchasing and contracting.
  4. Project scheduling: Schedule people, resources and equipment
  5. Project management: Track project costs, important docs and collaborate with all parties involved.
    1. Job costing: Automate the calculation of labor and material costs
    2. Timesheet: Allow employees to record their time
    3. Purchase orders: Track project expenses
    4. Change orders: Centrally store and track all change orders
    5. Punch lists: Track all tasks and their successful execution at a jobsite
    6. Request for information (RFI) and submittals Create, organize, and track information
  6. Accounting & job costing: Core accounting and job costing
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