Yeah it will all be dry cuts. Also it's only 3' wide I double checked my notes. Alot of good info in that post. Thank you!There are a lot of variables left out. Is this wet cut or saw cut? Do you have a 5' wide bull float? If you're running a smaller bull float you are going to be hand floating out your lines. If it's wet cut that's 40 cuts. Wet cuts almost always need hand floated to remove lines. I can't reach all the way across a 5 foot wide walk to that means a pass up each side by hand. I could probably go from bull float to done in an hour maybe hour and a half. Saw cut I'd be done in about 20 minutes.
Yeah I agree definitely a day project. I was mainly looking at a time estimate for the finisher for budgeting. It's a 3' wide sidewalk around a small house. 50x40x50x40. I'm planning on using a Georgia buggy to run the concrete around at delivery. They only want a 4" think sidewalk. There will be fiber. First time using one so I hope I don't make a mess for the guy screeding... HahaThere are way too many variables. Concrete, temperature, humidity. Regardless of someone's ability the concrete will get hard at it's own rate.
For me, I would figure 2 guys all day. This gives guys plenty of time to pour and finish the concrete, then strip the forms (carefully), and then very lightly place some backfill.
Of course maybe you are just figuring time for a finisher.