Integrated estimating software for the future of preconstruction


DESTINI Estimator

Estimator, part of the DESTINI suite of products, was developed to help solve complex issues within commercial construction estimating.

Thanks to Beck Technology's innovative approach to developing software, Estimator is a preconstruction tool like no other. We design our program with regular input from the A/E/C industry, so that every feature we release solves a problem for estimating teams. Check out some unique features below.

Unlimited Sorting

Users can create an endless number of sorting fields in Estimator, allowing them to sort their estimates in a variety of ways.

2D Takeoff

Estimator supports 2D takeoff so users can tie costs and adjust data from 2D files.

3D Takeoff | Autodesk BIM 360

Estimator integrates with BIM 360 or Navisworks making it easier than ever for users to determine costs, keep track of changes, and reduce errors.

Comparison Reporting

Users can effortlessly compare current projects and estimates to previous ones, thanks to comparison reporting.

"DESTINI Estimator will provide Balfour Beatty with a best-of-class estimating platform."

Kasey Bevans, Chief Information Officer

"DESTINI Estimator is helping to remove barriers."

Andy Leek, Director of Virtual Design and Construction

“We needed to position ourselves to leverage future technology and DESTINI Estimator allows us to do that.”

Brian Marks, Senior Estimator

“The integration of DESTINI Estimator with Autodesk’s BIM 360 construction management platform will deliver a powerful solution for consistent and seamless knowledge transfer from planning through buyout.”

Sarah Hodges, Director of Construction Business Line

“DESTINI Estimator will help us become more efficient and more effective in providing preconstruction services.”

Jacob Keith, Director of Preconstruction

“It became immediately clear that DESTINI Estimator's integrated estimating and takeoff functionality would allow us to significantly enhance our preconstruction offerings.”

Matt Hammer, Chief Estimator