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HCSS HeavyBid Pre-Construction Eases Estimating Workflow

Parul Dubey on May 10, 2024 - in News, Products

Simplifying Pre-Construction Project Tracking for Construction Professionals 

Sugar Land, Texas – HCSS, the leading provider of software helping heavy civil construction businesses streamline the entire lifecycle of their projects, highlights HeavyBid Pre-Construction, a cutting-edge project-tracking solution designed to streamline the estimating process for construction professionals. HeavyBid Pre-Construction allows pre-construction teams to create activities and bid items instantly, either by generating them on the spot, duplicating them from past estimates, or selecting from a library of standardized work activities using HeavyBid construction estimating software. HeavyBid Pre Construction is a comprehensive solution tailored for construction estimating teams, offering a simple and intuitive way to manage upcoming work. 

HeavyBid Pre-Construction’s project tracking tool eliminates the time needed to set up an estimate and gain thorough tracking in the opportunity phase for informed bidding decisions. It connects a company’s backlog directly to its estimating system, eliminating the need for double entry and ensuring accurate data transfer. Project managers can receive faster insights on business trends and project-specific questions, reducing time spent on data manipulation across different systems. The platform’s shared workspace function accelerates communication by setting up a shared workspace where team members can stay up-to-date with project information. HeavyBid Pre-Construction provides secured project fields, API accessibility, automated report scheduling, printed project PDF generation, batch project deletion, project importation, mass updating, and project schema customization—key tools for administrators. The software also provides the ability to look at the quote information for any estimate on a project to get necessary materials and compare vendors. 

HeavyBid Pre-Construction also allows managers to streamline the estimate preparation process by seamlessly importing bid items directly from Department of Transportation (DOT) websites. This integration significantly reduces the time and effort traditionally spent on gathering and inputting data, allowing for more efficient and accurate estimate creation. By leveraging this feature, managers can focus their time and resources on other critical aspects of project planning and execution, ultimately enhancing overall productivity and project success. 

HeavyBid Pre-Construction helps give estimators more time, information, and leads long before any opportunity needs to be built out in their estimating program. It allows them to compare the work they’ve already completed and use that information to know which jobs are most profitable and which ones cost them the most. HeavyBid Pre-Construction was built for estimators, procurement teams, company leadership, business development representatives, and project managers alike who want to multiply their efforts, identify the right work, and build a process to repeat a higher win ratio every time they put in a bid. 

For more information about HeavyBid Pre-Construction and to watch a demo, visit: ***********.hcss.com/products/pre-construction/.

ABOUT HCSS 

HCSS is the trusted leader in construction software for estimating, field entry, project management, safety, digital plans, fleet management, and telematics. For 38 years, the company has used annual user group meetings to listen to customers resulting in innovative software to manage every part of the project lifecycle. With 24/7 instant support and a proven implementation process, HCSS has helped improve operations for over 4,000 companies ranging from $1M to billions in revenue across the United States and Canada. HCSS, a 15-time Best Place to Work in Texas, has a unique 12-acre campus in Sugar Land, Texas, with three buildings capable of housing 700 employees. Learn more at hcss.com

 

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