If you're a construction company, our sample construction proposal template offers a perfect example of how to pitch your services.
The scope of the proposal includes sections like portfolio, project summary, project schedule, and fee summary. Plus, it includes online signatures for faster sign-off.
All of our templates are completely customizable to suit your company, your brand, and your projects. Sign-up for a free 14-day trial to get access to the construction proposal template and start creating pain-free proposals today.
Position your company as the top choice. Show off past projects. Close the deal. This template comes with all the essential sections.
Capture your client’s attention with a bold cover page. Just swap out your brand colors and company info.
Get to the point with a short introduction paragraph and a bullet point list of the benefits you’re offering.
Declare your company’s experience and specialization in a few short sentences on this attractive page.
Write a short and sweet bio for all of your team members and subcontractors. Provide a more thorough bio for your team lead.
Showcase one of your recent successful projects, including images and details. Add additional portfolio projects as desired.
This construction project proposal breaks the work into 12 distinct categories, with an additional list for project exclusions.
Clarify the project timeline with milestones for both design and construction. Give each milestone a name and destruction.
Break down the project cost into different fee categories, like preliminary planning, design, materials, labor, subcontractors, and more.
Lastly, end your proposal with a professional e-signature page that makes it easy for your client to accept your pitch.
We have plenty of templates to choose from. Explore these great examples, pick your favorite, and customize it to your brand and client.
We analyzed over 1 million proposals sent with our software to bring you data-backed advice.
A picture might be worth a thousand words, but it’s worth even more dollars. Add photos of your work and your team to boost your closing rates.
When you create dynamic, editable pricing tables, clients are able to select the options they want and see this automatically reflected in the project total.
Ramp up your proposal acceptance rates with e-signatures. For best results, sign the proposal yourself before you send it to your client.
A construction proposal outlines the scope, timeline, and cost of a construction project. It’s sent by a contractor or construction company to the client in order to win their business. Construction proposals are more frequently sent for commercial projects but can be sent for residential projects as well. Anytime you want to clarify your pitch and stand out from other companies, it’s a good idea to send a high-quality proposal.
A construction proposal’s main purpose is to win over a new client, usually for a commercial project. But a great proposal should accomplish a couple of other goals as well. It should clarify the scope of work to accurately set expectations and include legally binding signatures to protect the construction company against arbitration.
Construction projects can be risky, costly, and drawn out. As such, clients need to trust your company’s ability to complete the project with integrity—that you’ll do everything you can to stay on time and under budget.
A detailed, well-thought-out proposal demonstrates that your company cares. To win over new clients, include all of these essential construction proposal sections: cover page, cover letter, about us page, team bios, portfolio, project summary, project phases, and project costs. Together, these proposal sections will help position your company as the top choice for the job, while outlining project specifics in a professional manner.
The best formal for a construction proposal is an online document viewed in a web browser. This format makes it easy for clients to review and sign your proposal, and make a deposit payment upon signing. Online proposals are superior to PDF attachments, which have to be uploaded and downloaded and are very difficult to update when clients request changes.
You can send online proposals with Proposify, a proposal software that gives sales teams consistency with their content, control over the proposal process, and full visibility into all client activity, current deals, and proposal stats.
You can easily make this template your own. Sign up for a free 14-day trial of Proposify so you can alter this template and send it to your client. Update the proposal branding with your company’s logo, fonts, and colors. Then, add company-specific details like your company bio, team member names and bios, and licenses and credentials. Finally, update all of the project details including the breakdown of work, timeline, and fees.
When you use Proposify, you completely transform the way your sales team manages proposals. Sales leaders gain control over the content. They can provide company-approved templates and snippets so all sellers are sending on-brand proposals. And managers can also review proposal analytics and open proposals to get a good handle on upcoming pipeline and address any issues with important deals.
For individual sellers, Proposify offers much faster proposal creation, client reviews, and revisions. And for clients, it’s easier to read, comment, sign, and make payments.
No! When you use Proposify as your proposal solution, you don’t need to create a separate contract. You can turn your proposal into a contract simply by adding e-signatures to the end of the proposal. These e-signatures are legally binding. It’s important to include details on what your client is signing off on, so make sure the project scope is accurate, and consider adding a list of excluded services. You should also include your terms and conditions or a link to where they can be found on your website.
Managing proposals is a breeze in Proposify. Save all your case studies, fees, images and team bios all in one central library.
Tag them, search them and drop them into your layout. Proposals just got... dare we say... fun?
No more emailing big PDFs, printing and shipping proposals or faxing back signatures (ugh). Your client gets a branded, interactive proposal they can sign off electronically. No need for extra software or logins. Oh, and we tell you as soon as your client opens it.
Keep a pulse on your the sales pipeline of your agency. Proposify lets you know your close rate, which sections of your proposals get viewed and for how long, and all kinds of insight into what goes into your most successful proposals so you can sell smarter.
Proposals are just one part of your agency sales process. We tie together your other software, so you can import contacts from your CRM, auto create deals and generate invoices in your accounting software. We are regularly adding new integrations.
We understand that when you’ve got questions, especially when you’re on a tight proposal deadline, you NEED answers. Our customer happiness specialists are at the ready, armed with friendly, helpful, timely support by email or online messaging. We’re here to help, regardless of which you plan you’re on or if you’re just taking us for a test drive.
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