Bluebook ProEstimator is a cloud-based construction solution. It allows users to build estimate items, edit line items and create reports.
Users build estimates with tasks. They can create and name tasks, then search and add line items to the tasks. Quantities can be manually entered or entered by provided calculators. Users can edit labor, materials, equipment, tax, profit and overhead on each line item.
Bluebook ProEstimator can also generate reports. Users select tasks individually or together, and then create reports using the selected items. An unlimited number of work orders and estimates can be generated.
Users can build their own libraries and edit library items already included in Bluebook ProEstimator. They can save items and group them in subcategories. The system also includes an estimate view, where items’ tax, profit, overhead, labor, material and equipment costs can be edited.
Bluebook ProEstimator can select one line item or all of them to create estimates and work orders. Users can choose to include pricing and show photos.
Bluebook ProEstimator is priced either monthly or annually. This product is available only in the United States. It is suitable for small businesses.
Jason from DE-EL Enterprises, Inc.
Specialty: Finishing contractor
Employees number: 201-500 employees
Program is accurate and detailed in marking up plans and accessing RFIs that are built into plans. Edits are also easy to use.
Can be a bit hard to use, the free trial is also very very limited. When you are provided invites to plans from someone that uses this it is again very limited.
Larry from Banker Insulation
Specialty: General contractor
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Once I was able to generate an initial bid. It was all downhill from there.
Being customizable is the biggest thing. Being able to access everything on the cloud helps me when I'm in the field. After that, the cost is a big plus with the boss.
I don't have any real cons. Our super sometimes has problems looking at things on his Surface while in the field, but I think that might be a connection problem.