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Estimating with Microsoft Excel, 3rd Edition
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Creating estimates for your new residential construction project just got a little easier. In Estimating with Microsoft Excel, Third Edition,Jay Christofferson, a recognized expert in computerized estimating, details step-by-step how you can save money and time by using Microsoft Excel 2007 to develop estimates that are reliable enough for your most important management decisions. The book and CD includes formulas for calculating concrete, rebar, labor, permits, taxes, and more, and demonstrates how to apply them in your everyday construction project management. You ll learn essential skills for programming basic formulas to automating Excel to integrate with other software packages. Estimating with Microsoft Excel will show you how to eliminate time-consuming steps and repetitive work by setting up an accurate, efficient estimating system; creating databases; writing formulas; and by adapting shortcuts. Boost your profit margin with the power of Microsoft Excel 2007!
- Amazon Sales Rank: #119919 in Books
- Brand: Brand: Builderbooks
- Published on: 2009-09-01
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 9.90" h x .60" w x 7.00" l, 1.00 pounds
- Binding: Paperback
- 151 pages
- Used Book in Good Condition
Jay Christofferson is a master in the industry. I can t imagine how we could run our business without Excel and the teaching and training that he has provided us. --Chad Magleby Vice President, Magleby Companies 2007 NAHB Custom Home Builders of the Year. Most builders wear many hats in their companies. They need quick solutions for understanding and managing costs. Jay s step-by-step approach teaches builders how to rapidly deploy Excel to create estimates that will improve their bottom line. --J. Bradley Simons President Cottage Homes Corporation. This book teaches essential skills for a successful career in construction and beyond. What you learn from Estimating with Microsoft Excel will build your confidence and increase your versatility in today s world of work. --Matthew Edwards Professor of Construction Management Southern Utah University
This book teaches essential skills for a successful career in construction and beyond. What you learn from Estimating with Microsoft Excel will build your confidence and increase your versatility in today s world of work. --Matthew Edwards Professor of Construction Management Southern Utah University
Most builders wear many hats in their companies. They need quick solutions for understanding and managing costs. Jay s step-by-step approach teaches builders how to rapidly deploy Excel to create estimates that will improve their bottom line. --J. Bradley Simons President Cottage Homes Corporation
About the Author
Jay P. Christofferson is the chairperson of the Construction Management program at Brigham Young University and is a licensed general contractor. He is also the author of NAHBs best-selling Estimating With Microsoft® Excel: Unlocking the Power for Home Builders.
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
By Ernesto Infante
Great Buy... Will order this item again.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
If only there were a zero star rating...
Don't expect to gain much by purchasing or reading this book. This is an excel workbook--not an estimating textbook. There is no explanation of how to do quantity takeoffs. Youtube videos are much more helpful than this book. Your money would go much further if you were to donate it to a charity. Don't waste your money buying this book!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Full of Errors
After spending an hour I had to take a break half way through Chapter 3 and give a review. There are so many references (so far) to wrong cells for example; Pg 17 refers to a "constant in a formula", the book has "B1 "is the subtotal cost", the correct cell is B2.
The one star goes for the book giving good ideas (that can be improved upon) which can be used for building estimating work sheets. The four blank stars go to the editor or lack thereof.
IF the typo's are corrected and the book is truly edited then this could be a good resource. SAVE YOUR MONEY