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Before undertaking any project it is necessary to calculate the probable cost, because the customer one who approach for any project will ask for probable cost so that they can check whether the  total cost lies in their budget. If the probable cost is higher than the customer budget the engineer will calculate the estimate by using suitable alternative material (which ever is applicable by considering the safety factor). Free Software for brick work estimation



The Probable cost  can be determined theoretically by using Plan & Drawing and current market rates of construction materials.

Actual Cost can be known only after the completion of work, because the price of construction material may change day by day and also some time the work may stop due to some natural calamity.But the actual cost should not differ much from the estimated cost worked out at the beginning.



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