eJobCost is a new online toolkit designed to give everyone in construction - subcontractors, suppliers, service firms, owners, architects, and general contractors - the tools they need to manage and track the pre-construction and construction process as well as many ancillary activities. Below is a listing of options available at the Website (ejobcost.com).

Need to broadcast an invitation to bid or do takeoff? The free Project Managers Module (PMM) allows visitors to build spreadsheet-style estimates from a list of their own custom cost items, broadcast invitations to bid, schedule the job, and make the job status viewable to the owner.

Looking for an employee? The Employers Module (EMP) lets visitors register their company and then purchase Help Wanted ads as needs dictate for $1 per day. eJobCost is a member of the Indeed.com network, a network of employment sites said to have an audience reach of millions.

Trying to find jobs to bid on? Visit the affiliate, National Contractor, and search thousands of jobs out for bid.

Received an invitation to bid? The Electronic Job Room Module (EJR) allows visitors to view and download all pertinent information on jobs out for bid. A guided tour demonstrates this process in detail.

Need to find qualified subs, suppliers, or services? Search the Directory for free. As well as contact information, visitors can see trades that the companies work in and whether they are bondable or carry insurance.

Want to become known to general contractor's seeking bidders? Companies seeking to promote their business can list themselves for $25 per year. Beginning Dec. 1, 2006, visitors will have their own MyeJobCostSpace, a Web page that is available to create a unique sales pitch, upload a video for prospects to view, or post job pictures.

Looking to make a change in your career? With the Employment Search, visitors can view job openings for free.

Have digital plan files? Takeoff Liveâ„¢ lets visitors measure with their mouse from virtually any digital file.

Publication date: 11/27/2006