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Tue, Feb 8, 2005 at 4:44:54 PM | new developments in the estimating front?

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Has anyone found anything that works (for reasonable cost) for using a revit model for estimating construction costs? I have looked at the Timberline software but found it to expensive. I've also discussed with Ken Stowe his system of schedules exported into an Exel spreadsheet. It requires significant time to set up the excel sheets. This is probably the route we will go unless something better comes along. The old pre Revit 6.1 export to Means Costbook option sounded great! Will it return? Thanks!

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