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Posted Saturday, September 13, 2008 8:52 AM


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copied from historical design/tool forum

see attached file.  Thanks David

--  Todd Taylor

Excel Spreadsheet Posted on: 12/20/2007 8:56:00 AM by
davidfulford@cox.net
Any chance I could get you to e-mail that spreadsheet to me. I too have a pretty effective spreadsheet but I am always looking to improve. Attached is the one I use just in case you are interested. Thanks.

David Fulford david.fulford@carolinashealthcare.org)">(david.fulford@carolinashealthcare.org)



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Posted Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:46 AM


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Additional dialog and suggested links relating to estimating and estimating resources are in the General Forum at:

updated link due to website updates (10/1/08)

http://forums.bicsi.org/Topic1629-4-1.aspx

Might follow that thread as well

Regards - Todd.

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Posted Tuesday, December 09, 2008 1:27 PM
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Let me dig around in my pc, I put a design spreadsheet together at one time, and it got a little crazy.

It was pretty simple to put together really, all the info is in the RCDD TDMM.  I.E. avg office is 100 sq', ASF is typically 15% of GSF etc...  I was able to "design" a building with 3 pieces of info, GSF, number of floors, and type of building.  It told me the number of cables, numberof conduits that fed a terminal room, size of terminal to expect. etc..

It may be a little out dated, but it may be able to be modified to work again.

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