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The Intermediate course is aimed at industry people that have 5 to 10 years of building industry related experience. The intermediate course continues building on the Basic/Beginner course and introduces more complex projects to estimate such as multi-story residences and multi-family structures. Cut roofs with over framing in addition to truss roofs, intersecting roofs, hip roofs as well as and jack & cripple rafters are also covered.

Course Overview:

An Intermediate to construction drawings and developing an estimate or takeoff

Learning Objectives:

  • Develop an operational understanding of drawings and their use
  • Learn to read and interpret the drawings
  • Explore how to use floor plans, elevations, sections and details to figure out a project’s material needs
  • Consider the characteristics of good estimates including consistency and documentation
  • Learn how to create an accurate estimate and the keys to success
  • Develop efficient estimating skills and understand best practices
  • Examine how to avoid the common pitfalls in estimating and quantity takeoffs

All attendees leave with:

A comprehensive workbook with course handouts that include templates, checklists, formulas, estimating forms, construction details, conversion factors, shortcut tables to determine sell lengths, sample house plans with a sample estimate, and an architectural scale.


March 16, 2016

Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm


Acadia Insurance Company

500 Enterprise Dr., Ste. 2A

Rocky Hill, CT 06067

Breakfast & Lunch included



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