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Descubre lo esencial dentro de ConstructConnect Takeoff. Aprenda como encaja el CCTO en toda la plataforma ConstructConnect, así como donde realizar el despegue, ver los resultados y aplicar el costo unitario.
Obtenga información sobre como enviar un proyecto al CCTO desde ConstructConnect Project Intelligence, cómo encontrar el proyecto en el CCTO y como preparar el proyecto para realizar el despegue.
Averigüe como revisar los resultados de sus cantidades y como aplicar los costos unitarios a esas cantidades.
Explore los métodos para realizar el despegue utilizando artículos de despegue lineales, de área y de recuento.
Find out how to set user-specific preferences that relate to how you perform takeoff.
Find out how to create a library of master data that can be shared among all users in your organization.
Find out how to set permissions that control what users in your organization can do in the program.
Find out how the program's filtering, sorting, grouping, and finding functions can help you better organize your work and increase your effieicncy.
Learn how to invite users from outside your organization to collaborate on your projects.
Find out which users are working in a project at the same time.
Learn how to organize and manage your master list of projects and bids.
Learn how to create a project and bid by completing the Cover Sheet.
Learn how to add images to your bid by uploading them to the cloud using the Plan Organizer.
Learn the basics of creating the four types of Takeoff Items available for measuring your plans: linear, area, count, and attachment.
Learn how to create Linear Takeoff Items used to measure objects such as walls, continuous footings, and conduits.
Learn how to create Area Takeoff Items used to measure objects such as slab on grade, flooring, and ceilings.
Learn how to create Count Takeoff Items used to measure objects such as columns, doors, and fixtures.
Learn how to create Attachment Takeoff Items used to measure objects, such as exterior windows, skylights, and doors.
Learn how to save common Takeoff Items as templates (or groups of Items as template groups) so they can be reused on future bids.
Discover how to easily navigate the various tools and menus on the screen where you perform takeoff and add annotations.
Discover how to set, verify, and calculate the scale on each plan page you'll be working on.
Discover how to break down your takeoff results into categories, such as floors, buildings, elevations, or rooms.
Discover how to select and modify takeoff, zoom in and out, and pan around to different sections of your plan page.
Explore how to modify existing takeoff items, show and hide takeoff objects, and add columns to the Takeoff Items pane.
Explore how to draw linear takeoff for individual segments, continuous segments, rounded curves, and complex curves.
Explore how to draw area takeoff for objects based on their shape. Explore how to deduct quantities from area objects (backout).
Explore how to draw takeoff for objects you wish to count on your page.
Explore how to draw attachment takeoff. Attachments are count objects that can be deducted from a parent object, such as deducting a door from a wall.
Explore how to add a slope factor to area takeoff and then set the slope direction for the object.
Explore how to add a grid to area takeoff to calculate tile count for floors or ACT ceilings or saw cuts for control joints or rebar.
Explore how to automatically fill a space where quantity has been deducted from an area object with another takeoff item.
Explore how to draw takeoff for multiple takeoff items, such as a continuous footing and a concrete slab, simultaneously.
Explore how to show/hide groups of takeoff items or annotations using layers.
Find out how to add annotations, such as text boxes for RFIs, so you can communicate key bid information to colleagues.
Find out how to attach relevant files, such as spec sheets, PDFs, or jobsite photos, to your bid.
Find out how to create shortcuts to easily access schedules, section cuts, or detail views on various pages of your plan set.
Learn how to turn on and customize the Image Legend to display takeoff quantities directly on the image.
Learn how to create multiple bids within a single project.
Learn how to add and manage revisions and addendums to your original plans. (This applies to manually created projects only.)
Learn how to easily compare original and revision drawings to identify what's been changed.
Learn how to reassign completed takeoff from one takeoff item to another without deleting anything.
Find out how to view your bid's takeoff results and organize them to suit your needs.
Find out how to add unit cost pricing to each of your takeoff results to get a total cost for your bid.
Find out how to link your bid's takeoff results to a MS Excel spreadsheet.
Learn how to create custom formulas to calculate specific takeoff results, such as stud count for walls.
Learn how Typical Areas can make taking off repetitive objects, such as different units in an apartment building, easier and faster.
Learn how Typical Groups can make taking off repetitive objects, such as offices in a high-rise building, easier and faster.
Discover how to print plans with completed takeoff and add customized elements, such as an image legend, to be used at the jobsite.