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Project Time & Cost average salary is $70,000, median salary is $70,000 with a salary range from $70,000 to $70,000.
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Cost Estimator Engineer 70,000-70,000 Atlanta, GA, 30301 2010 Project Time & Cost Cost Estimator Engineer Salaries (1)
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  • Entry Level Project Manager
    Assists in all aspects of project management including the preparation of project estimates, procuring materials, issuing subcontracts, attending pre-bid and...
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  • Project Time & Cost Inc
  • Industry: MSPs (Mgmt)
  • City: Atlanta, GA
  • The firm's original clients were architect-engineering firms and private developers of large construction projects. That client base has expanded to include federal, state and local government agencies; insurers; utilities; manufacturing companies; hotel and resort owners; hospitals and scientific laboratories; educational institutions; attorneys; and many other private and government clients.PT&C's practice is focused on how time and money relate to current and future projects. Since time and money are finite resources, we bring value to our clients by making the most efficient use of both. In doing so, we will continue to accomplish our corporate objective, which is to be the