Underground utility contractors who work from plans drawn in profile view need Quest Trenchwork. That's because Trenchwork provides a simple-yet-powerful tool for quickly generating cut and fill quantities for underground utility jobs.
Trenchwork is Quest's profile-view takeoff tool for underground utilities contractors. Digitize your existing elevation and invert depth by tracing over your plans, using the stylus pen and digitizer board.
Add count items like manholes, fire hydrants, culverts, or even bore logs. Use the section view to get cut and fill numbers for any chainage on the job. And of course, Trenchwork's takeoff supports multiple sheets.
The Range screen is where you can apply trench templates to the different segments (ranges) of your trench. Just set the starting and ending chaniages for each range and apply the appropriate template.
Set all the specifications, including disturbed width, trench type, bottom depth, pipe sizes, and bedding layers. And of course, you can always customise your templates, or create new ones from scratch.
The Quantity screen gives you area, volume, and mass summaries for your cut and fill quantities, split up by range and chainage interval.
You can always adjust the swell and yield factors for different material types. And when you're done, you can export the data to Estimator.
The Summary screen provides more detailed information than the Quantity screen, including cut and fill totals for each sheet and for the entire job, excavation, backfill and import volumes for the entire job, excavation volumes for each cut depth, and swell and yield factors.
And just like the Quantity screen, all this information can be quickly and easily exported to Estimator.
The Graph screen offers three different ways to view your totals-in terms of area, volume, or mass. Data is provided for each chainage you include.
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