Cut and Fill Estimating Service

Construction Administration

CUT AND FILL ESTIMATING SERVICE

A constantly growing estimating service provider, VIATechnik offers cut and fill volumes to engineers, general contractors, and architects.
Originally founded by a group of Stanford engineering graduates, the company has steadily grown to incorporate civil engineers from the best universities. Currently, VIATechnik counts on the expertise of a highly-educated and skilled estimating team, able to provide the best services in the field of government facilities, commercial establishments, oil & gas, and infrastructure.

Since our team is well aware of the specifications and needs of general contractors, we strive to complete your projects accurately, timely, within budget and at the highest standards. Our deep and functional expertise allows us to deliver the best results to our clients. In addition, our tested methodology allows us to complete all our material take-off projects punctually.

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The best way to start a project with our team is through the form below. This will help us have the most appropriate person contact you. We will respond within 24 hours. You can also call us at (312) 462-1060 or email us at [email protected].


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Insights

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We would love to learn more about your needs and find out how our firm can work with you on a BIM Consulting engagement.