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|Location||Murray, Utah||View Website|
|Pay Rate||$65,000 + Per Year|
Takeoff Specialist – 3D Models and 2D Takeoffs
Job Overview: We are seeking a skilled Takeoff Specialist to join our team. The ideal candidate will be proficient in both 3D modeling and 2D takeoffs, specifically in Trimble Business Center and Onscreen Takeoff. This individual will be responsible for interpreting construction plans, creating and managing 3D models, and conducting accurate takeoffs of materials and labor required for construction projects.
• Interpret construction plans and specifications to understand project requirements
• Create and manage 3D models in Trimble Business Center
• Conduct 2D takeoffs using Onscreen Takeoff software
• Accurately measure and quantify materials and labor required for construction projects
• Collaborate with project managers and other team members to ensure accuracy of takeoff data
• Communicate takeoff data to the estimating team for pricing and bidding purposes
• Maintain up-to-date knowledge of construction materials, methods, and industry standards • Attend project meetings and coordinate with subcontractors and suppliers as needed
• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management or related field preferred
• At least 3 years of experience in 3D modeling and 2D takeoffs using Trimble Business Center and Onscreen Takeoff
• Proficiency in interpreting construction plans and specifications
• Strong attention to detail and ability to work independently • Excellent communication and organizational skills
• Familiarity with construction materials, methods, and industry standards
• Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and project management software
If you meet the requirements and are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume for consideration. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all qualified candidates to apply.
Before laborers or equipment operators set foot on a project, there are often hundreds of hours into bidding and winning the opportunity to build the job. Whenever a project opportunity emerges, it’s the estimator’s responsibility to figure out how to build the job, calculate quantities and timelines, and ultimately assign a dollar figure for what it’ll take to do the job profitably, yet competitively. Too low and they jeopardize the project from the start, and too high the company won’t win any work.Learn More