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Fire Sprinkler Estimator

  • Marietta, GA
  • Marietta-Ga

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A Fire Sprinkler Estimator plays a crucial role in the construction and safety industry by estimating the costs associated with designing and installing fire sprinkler systems. The job description for a Fire Sprinkler Estimator typically includes the following responsibilities and qualifications:

Job Responsibilities:

  1. Project Assessment: Evaluate project specifications, drawings, and other relevant documents to understand the requirements for fire sprinkler systems.
  2. Cost Estimation: Prepare accurate and detailed cost estimates for fire sprinkler installations, considering materials, labor, equipment, and overhead costs.
  3. Quantity Takeoffs: Perform quantity takeoffs of materials required for fire sprinkler systems based on project specifications and drawings.
  4. Vendor and Subcontractor Coordination: Coordinate with vendors and subcontractors to obtain competitive quotes for materials and services.
  5. Budget Management: Assist in developing project budgets and ensuring that estimates align with budgetary constraints.
  6. Bid Preparation: Prepare comprehensive bid proposals that include cost breakdowns, project timelines, and other relevant information required for the bidding process.
  7. Code Compliance: Stay updated on local, state, and national fire codes and standards to ensure that fire sprinkler system designs comply with regulations.
  8. Collaboration: Work closely with engineers, project managers, and other stakeholders to understand project requirements and address any issues related to cost estimation.
  9. Documentation: Maintain accurate records of estimates, quotes, and project-related documentation for future reference and auditing purposes.
  10. Value Engineering: Identify cost-saving opportunities without compromising the quality and safety of fire sprinkler system installations.

Qualifications:

  1. Education: A degree in engineering, construction management, or a related field is often preferred. Relevant work experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
  2. Experience: Previous experience in estimating, preferably in the fire protection or construction industry, is highly valued.
  3. Knowledge: Familiarity with fire protection systems, building codes, and industry standards is essential.
  4. Software Skills: Proficiency in using estimation software and tools, as well as familiarity with computer-aided design (CAD) software.
  5. Communication Skills: Strong written and verbal communication skills are important for interacting with team members, clients, and subcontractors.
  6. Attention to Detail: Precision and accuracy in estimating costs and quantities are critical to the success of the role.
  7. Problem-Solving: Ability to identify challenges and propose effective solutions to ensure successful project completion.
  8. Time Management: Efficiently manage time and prioritize tasks to meet deadlines in a fast-paced construction environment.

This job description may vary based on the specific requirements of the employer and the nature of the construction projects involved.

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