Grouping a Job:
After a Code has been assigned and applied to a Job, you can reorganise that Job by the assigned
Codes; this is called Job Grouping.
Job Grouping is done from the Job Manager window and this creates a new resorted Job, leaving the original Job unchanged. Job Grouping will automatically create a new Folder in the Job Manager for your Job and the Grouped Job.
Jobs can be grouped by either Quantities, Rates or Price List. You can Group a single Job
multiple times and from Cubit Pro, you can Group a Job for each assigned Code Group.
Highlight the job on the Job List on the Job Manager screen.
Click the Group Job icon on the ribbon and select to sort the Job either On Quantity/ Rate/Pricelist
Configurations for Grouping
There are different configurations when you Group a Job, including what information is
transferred to a new job and how the Grouped Job interprets the codes.
Click on the drop-down arrow on Group by: select the code file you wish to use for the analysis.
Estimating name: Enter a job name for the analysed job.
Inspect down to: Inspecting at the Item Sheet level will only Group your Job from the Item sheet, and ignore any Codes applied at the Calc Sheet. Inspecting at the Calc Sheet level will prioritise codes applied to the Calc Sheet. Inspecting at this level will still resort Items coded in the Item sheet if no Codes are applied at the Calc Sheet.
Ignore rate if item coded:
This option will prioritise any Items with Codes applied at the Item sheet rather than Calc Sheet. Using this you can group across a combination of Estimate item and Calc sheet items.
When creating a Grouped View, you can choose to include the Calculation sheets and Rate sheets of your Items. You might include Calculation sheets and Rate sheets if you want to be able to access additional information in your View.
Accumulate Trade Qty:
A Grouped Job will typically not display Trade and sub Totals by default. If you check Accumulate
Trade Qty when grouping, these totals will be displayed.
Minimise Rounding Errors:
All jobs use rounding to simplify the Rates and Quantities of an Estimate. You can also apply
additional rounding to individual Items, Rates or Quantities. Minimise rounding errors is checked
by default and ensures the Rates and Quantities in the Grouped Job are as close to the original
Click on Group button to start Analysis/Sorting. Once sorting is complete, a new Project Folder will be created and the sorted job will be created under it.