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View or Edit Markup Estimates on Change Event Line Items


To add or edit financial markup estimates on change event line items with revenue ROM. 


The 'Revenue ROM' feature in Procore is designed to reflect the potential impact of a change event on your project's budget before your team creates a variation. With this feature, Procore uses the value in the 'Revenue ROM' column to automatically calculate the estimated markup.

If you have the required user permissions, you can also apply a setting in the Configure Settings page of the project's Change Events tool to specify the main contract's markup settings to use for estimating markup as follows:

  • You can select which main contract to use to estimate markup on all new change events.
  • You can copy the main contract setting to estimate markup on all existing change events.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • To edit any change event or Change Events configurations, 'Admin' level permissions on the Change Events tool.
    • To edit only the change events you created, 'Standard' level permissions on the Change Events tool.


Add Estimated Markup to a Single Change Event

  1. Navigate to the project's Change Events tool.
  2. Locate the change event to work with. 
  3. Click the Edit button next to that change event. 
  4. In the 'General' tab, under 'General Information' scroll down to the Main Contract (For Markup Estimates) drop-down list.
  5. Select the appropriate main contract from the drop-down list. 
  6. Click Save

Add Estimated Markup to All of the Change Events on a Project

  1. Navigate to the project's Change Events tool.
  2. Click Configure Settings icons-settings-gear.png.
  3. Click Copy to Existing Change Events to copy the markup settings from the default Main Contract (This is the first Main Contract on your project when sorted by number then title).
  4. Click Confirm.

Edit Financial Markup (Vertical) Estimate on a Change Event

Note: A Main Contract for Markup Estimates must be selected on a change event before markup can be edited on individual line items. See Add Estimated Markup to a Single Change Event.

  1. Navigate to the project's Change Events tool. 
  2. Locate the change event with the financial markup (vertical) to be edited and click its number to view the change event. 
  3. Click the value being edited in the markup section of the change event.
  4. Click Manual markup and enter a new markup amount.
  5. Changes are saved automatically once you click outside of the experience. 
 Important notes!
  • If you manually enter a markup value, it will no longer stay updated with the main contract's markup settings.
    • To reapply the contracted financial markup to the change event line items, the user must remove the current financial markup from the change event then complete the steps list here: Add Estimated Markup to a Single Change Event.

Creation of Main Contract Variations from Change Events with Edited Markup
  • When users create a Main Contract Variation from a change event with the edited financial markup, the Main Contract Variation will inherit the edited financial markup percentages entered on the change event.
  • Only vertical markup can be edited on a change event
  • There are some scenarios where edited financial markup in change events will not be able to pass to the Main Contract Variation due to complexity and the possibility of conflicting markup rules and logic. 
  • In the following scenarios, the user will have to edit the variation markup in the Main Contract Variation Bill of Quantities.
    Note: Edited markups will remain in the change event, but the new Main Contract Variation will use the selected main contract markup rules
    • When multiple change events are used to create a variation.
    • When adding change event line items to an existing Main Contract Variation with markup logic already applied
    • Creating a new Main Contract Variation from a change event where the selected main contract conflicts with the change events 'Main Contract for Markup Estimates' field