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Industry Cost Databases & Knowledgebases

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    Complete Resources for Residential, Commercial, or Industrial Construction

    LAI offer four types of industry-standard resources to add accuracy and speed to your Sage Estimating Standard or Estimating Extended software (not compatible with Estimating Basic).

    To inquire about or to get pricing on databases/knowledgebases: for Sage 300 CRE call Tony Merry, for Sage 100 Contractor call Mark Jensen; either can be reached at 480.423.8300.

    Sage Advanced Assembly Databases

    Advanced Assembly databases help you build bids faster, with pre-built industry-specific costs. Whether it’s Commercial, Residential, Site Development, Concrete and Masonry, or composite, we’ve got you covered. Choose from Man-Hour, Unit-Price, or Turnkey databases with cost-loaded resources for  labor, subcontractor bids, materials, equipment, and overhead.

    For a complete list of Advance Assembly databases, click here.

     Sage Estimating Knowledgebases:

    • Commercial
    • Residential
    • Electrical

    To learn more, download Sage Estimating Knowledgebases.

    Sage Estimating Databases:

    • Commercial Concrete & Masonry
    • Commercial Drywall
    • Commercial GC
    • Commercial Highway Heavy
    • Commercial HVAC
    • Commercial Plumbing
    • Commercial/Residential Landscaping
    • Commercial Site Utilities
    • Commercial Steel
    • Commercial/Industrial Electrical
    • Estimating RS Means
    • Industrial HVAC
    • Industrial Process Piping
    • Industrial Process Plant
    • Residential Homebuilder
    • Sage Industry Cost Databases

    Construction Support Services (CSS) Databases:

    • Commercial Concrete Data
    • Commercial Roofing
    • GC Data MF04
    • GC Data MF04 Crews
    • GC Data MF95
    • Homebuilder
    • Residential Concrete
    • Steel Fabrication
    • Underground Utilities
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