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Here are some good reference websites and some recommended software (some for free!)
UL (Underwriter Laboratories) website to find the construction requirements of most assemblies called out in project documents.
 
Check out how powerful this software is. Expensive and will push your technical limits so better to use White Birch.
 
A free Adobe Pro clone for "printing" pdf's. Not perfect but can't beat the price. Download pdfedit and you can edit/combine/extract pdf files also.
 
I use OnScreenTakeoff primarily due to its presentation features and commonality with some key clients. Once you use on screen takeoff programs you will never do it on paper again.
 
I have two takeoff programs. White Birch also has the estimating module. A lot of good systems out there but this is who I went with initially after a bit of research and trial versions. Great value, great people. Tell Jay I said hello.
 
great backup and traveling file service for home and business use. Inexpensive and very easy to use. Automatic backup is very handy and access where ever you are is a great feature. Free trial! Saved me big time when on vacation and had to get a design-build bid in to the federal government.
 
http://www.usgdesignstudio.com/
USG Design Studio. Helpful in determining different assembly ratings and associated design plus much more.