Faster, More Accurate, Less
Expensive and Fewer Problems
These are Tough Times for Contractors. What Can You Do?
You can use Precision Point and start "Bidding with an Edge"
What Can You Do?
This is a very difficult time for contractors. As the economy has slowed, construction jobs are scarce, bidding is extremely competitive and, as a result, revenues are way down and profit margins are squeezed.
You don't need us to tell you this. But we want you to know that we understand the realities of the contractor in the current economy. The key question is: "What can you do?"
A reasonable set of priorities for today's contractor might be:
Priority One: getting jobs.
Priority Two: being profitable on those jobs.
Priority Three: doing a high-quality job.
Priority Four: generating a high level of General Contractor
satisfaction and loyalty.
How Do You Make It Happen?
How can you bid competitively, make a profit
and do a high quality job?
You can reduce costs without compromising
quality. As you can see from other sections of our site, the Precision Point System can
reduce your layout time by up to 75%. And it can contribute to a
higher quality, more accurate job at the same time.
Having confidence in lower cost means that you
can submit more competitive bids confidently.
Greater accuracy and fewer mistakes save time
and money and reduce headaches and hassles for the General
Contractor. Accomplishing the layout quickly means that you
don't cause scheduling problems (staying ahead of the steel) and
you don't contribute to conflict between trades. This should
help your reputation as a desirable member of a team for any
Inexpensive and Simple to Use
The bonus is that this is not
an expensive system and it's simple to use.
And we provide support and
training that will help you with managing the entire layout
getting the information you need from the Architect and the
General Contractor and
raising red flags when you see that the project may be heading
Trades and Construction Methods
You can set it up manually, using typical
prefab-type procedures at the shop or in the field. Or, you can
set it up using CAD and Precision Point software to prepare the
Can be used for almost any object that needs
to be precisely located on the job: sleeves, inserts, cored holes, walls,
Works for typical prepour, hollowcore or plank
layouts. But it also works for post-pour layouts for all trades.