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- Typical education: Bachelor's Degree
- New York State: $50,450-$106,390 per year
- Capital Region: $48,950-$94,420 per year
- Central New York: $47,610-$92,050 per year
- Finger Lakes: $34,140-$81,530 per year
- Hudson Valley: $53,980-$110,600 per year
- Long Island: $55,550-$112,430 per year
- Mohawk Valley: $44,420-$81,980 per year
- New York City: $58,280-$119,050 per year
- North Country: $44,310-$86,270 per year
- Southern Tier: $46,150-$88,360 per year
- Western New York: $44,900-$88,340 per year
- Collect historical cost data to estimate costs for current or future products.
- Consult with clients, vendors, personnel in other departments, or construction foremen to discuss and formulate estimates and resolve issues.
- Prepare estimates used by management for purposes such as planning, organizing, and scheduling work.
- Analyze blueprints and other documentation to prepare time, cost, materials, and labor estimates.
- Confer with engineers, architects, owners, contractors, and subcontractors on changes and adjustments to cost estimates.