Don’t have time to do an estimate yourself? Let the experienced estimators at Electrical Resources do the job for you.

During 45 years of professional electrical estimating, ERI’s estimators have prepared more than 32,000 competitive estimates for contractors, engineers, architects and developers worldwide.

Electrical Estimating Fee Schedule

Bid Range
Fee
$0 – $25,000
$325
25,000 – 50,000
$425
50,000 – 100,000
$625
200,000 – 300,000
$820
300,000 – 400,000
$1,100
400,000 – 500,000
$1,500
500,000 – 750,000
$1,800
750,000 – 1,000,000
$2,200
1,000,000 – 1,500,000
$2,500
1,500,000 – 2,000,000
$3,200
2,000,000 – 2,500,000
$4,300
2,500,000 – 3,000,000
$4,900
3,000,000 – 3,500,000
$5,500
3,500,000 – 4,000,000
$6,500
4,000,000 – 4,500,000
$7,200
4,500,000 – 5,000,000
$8,200
5,000,000 & Above
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Conditions

Adequate time must be reserved for each estimate. Estimates sent on short notice that require work after normal hours, weekends or holidays will be billed accordingly above the published fees.

A deposit equal to but not determined until estimate is finished, of 50 percent of the Estimating Fee is required with each set of plans and specifications. The balance will be billed according to the Estimating Fee Schedule. Costs to have electronically sent plans printed will be added to the estimating fee.

Each bid item that requires an estimate (base bid, alternates, break-outs) will be billed per the fee schedule.

Equipment and materials by others that require counts and measurements for installation by Electrical Contractor will be given a value, but not added to the bid price. The estimate will then be billed per the fee schedule.

Addenda received while the estimate is in progress, or after the estimate is completed, will be processed and billed at the rate of $85 an hour.

The client is responsible for providing Electrical Resources, Inc. with the most current plans, specifications, and related information pertaining to the job to be estimated. The Client is responsible for obtaining all quotes required, reviewing the job conditions and reviewing all material prices and labor units.