From a demo request to winning more work is straightforward.

You don’t have time to waste. Our approach to getting you reliable preconstruction software so you can make better and faster project decisions is simple.


Deep Dive with a Tech Expert

A tech expert shows all the bells and whistles of the tech as well as answers all of your questions.

Plan for Change

Change management is serious when switching from multiple programs to one. Our team maps out the plan with you.


Our implementation teams develop a plan that fits each customer’s specific needs so you can get running in the software quickly.


Because we are ingrained in preconstruction we know time and accuracy are crucial. Customer-centric service is our priority.
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On a 1-5 scale, users love our technical support and customer service.
“Beck Technology’s approach to implementation was one of our major deciding factors in choosing DESTINI Estimator. It’s been a great process and a good partnership.”

Stay ahead of your competition by consolidating your efforts to produce more accurate estimates.

We get it! It’s frustrating to be so short on time because of low-value tasks like data entry, searching for hidden formulas, and exporting/importing data between tools. Not to mention the constant cleaning up of errors that find their way into your estimates.

  • Build a reputation for accurate estimates
  • Eliminate unnecessary activities
  • Track predictable project outcomes
  • Leverage the data behind each estimate
  • Attract new talent and improve employee retention
  • Finish on time and within budget successfully

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Kill risk before it gets into your preconstruction process.

Too many unintegrated tools lead to user error and unpredictable outcomes causing havoc in the estimating process. We designed DESTINI Bid Day and DESTINI Estimator to eliminate risk early and often.

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When precon teams move away from the mundane manual tasks and utilize cost history databases, I really see the role of the estimating team transforming from a bunch of professional people who count things for a living to something much more critical in terms of the value we provide a project.
The Beck Group