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Old 05-06-2019, 01:59 PM   #1
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Estimating Asphalt And Concrete Slab


What would you guys submit as an estimate using union labor per sq ft on a 1000 sq ft demo project for Asphalt and/or Concrete slab 6Ē. I have labor rates of $75 and hour.

The job is not 1000 sq ft but this will help on the values to submit.

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$3,350.35

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Is this for asphalt or concrete. Thanks.


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$3,503.50
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Just for your info, the Moderator Staff here disallow straight, "How much should I charge", or "What is the going rate" questions here.

If you are asking how much Union labor is, you'll have to obtain that info from the local union hall.

If you want to know how many sq ft per hour your crew can remove, or a particular union crew can remove, we have no idea. You'd have to ask them.

Or is there a different question?
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I would charge at least $350/hr. If it’s union labor.
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Thatís what I thought. Itís like you expect support from people in these forums and they give you crap.


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Just for your info, the Moderator Staff here disallow straight, "How much should I charge", or "What is the going rate" questions here.

If you are asking how much Union labor is, you'll have to obtain that info from the local union hall.

If you want to know how many sq ft per hour your crew can remove, or a particular union crew can remove, we have no idea. You'd have to ask them.

Or is there a different question?


Thanks. Didnít know the rules.


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