Super rate analysis is a powerful construction program for civil engineers

Super Rate Analysis is powerful construction program that is specifically designed for Civil Engineers, Architects, Contractors & Builders. It comprises rate analysis and specifications of near about 1462 nos. of construction items.

Super Rate Analysis adheres to IS: 456 - 2000, IS: 7272, IS: 1 0067, IS: 10421, IS: 11638 standards.

The software is mainly used for Sectional and Total Project Cost, Automatic Tender Preparation, Programs for Material Carriage by Manual and Mechanical Means. It also focuses on green building items, heritage building items, project and sectional cost.

A user will be able to export the rate analysis of separate items in PDF format by just clicking Print button. A user can also save the info within the table by printing to a text file.

For smoothly functioning, various default values of different categories of labors are taken. A user has to modify the labor rate as indicated by the existing labor rate in his area or according to the minimum labor wage. As soon as the Labor, Machinery, Sundries, Taxes, Water + Electricity, Profit & Over Head Rates / Percentages are modified in one file it will automatically alter the values in other files.

There are 56 most vital material items in the Database. Any alteration in item rate will automatically be impacted in individual rate analysis program, comprising these items. Remaining Material items should be changed by the user at individual item rate analysis window, that remains unsaved because they are not section of database. If the user quits the program the non database material values which have been entered are lost. If the program is re-started the default set of values are displayed.

A user will be able to choose the necessary specification & right click, apply copy. Now go to any editor like note pad or word, again right click & paste. Now specification will be saved to this file or be printed.

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Super Rate Analysis