Concrete Work

Concrete jobs are labor intensive enough without stressing yourself out over your workload by doing your takeoffs by hand. PlanSwift, the number one takeoff and estimating software on the market, can shave off that extra time and earn more money for your business.

There are a lot of questions that come to mind when choosing a software for your business. “Will the software be worth the money?” “Will it actually work for my company?” and “Should I even buy a software at all?” While your company may be doing great, even the best contractor could benefit from using PlanSwift.

PlanSwift will drastically reduce the chance on miscalculating materials or missing items that you might have missed by hand, saving you time and most importantly money.

What can PlanSwift do for concrete takeoffs and estimates?

With PlanSwift you can determine everything from aggregate all the way to how many yards of concrete should be on the next truck going out to your site. The software enables you to quickly and accurately quantify material for any foundation or flatwork. What else can PlanSwift do for concrete jobs?

  • With PlanSwift you can takeoff footings, walls, and foundations measurements quickly and more accurately than ever before.
  • Slab dimensions have never been easier than with the SingleClick Takeoff tool. Simply point and click and the dimensions are counted.
  • PlanSwift enables you to custom build your own custom assemblies accurately for project rebar, membranes, labor, waste or any other materials.
  • PlanSwift fully integrates with Excel. This enables you to use your Excel sheets that you have always used and add takeoff, etc. from inside PlanSwift to it (and have it automatically update as you add more to your takeoff).

“PlanSwift is great because I am able to import plans without having to do it manually. The digitizer is a time saving too. Also, the updates are frequent and have proven to be effective.”
William Stone – Star Concrete Foundations, Inc.

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