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Is there an average dollar amount per square foot that electrical contractors try to closely stick to when estimating a remodel commercial building?

Gutting an old store and putting in a clothing store. A whole bunch of new lights.

Thanks in advance,

Rese

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Pick one

Aren't you one of these said "electrical contractors"?

What number do you use? You just answered your own questions. Congrats.

$1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 etc.... Which dollar amount per square foot do you stay around for commercial buildings?


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$1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 etc.... Which dollar amount per square foot do you stay around for commercial buildings?


Rese
How would I know? I do residential remodeling....

I'd go with $3.50/ft...but that's just me...hopefully some other members will respond with their numbers.
 

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Is there an average dollar amount per square foot that electrical contractors try to closely stick to when estimating a remodel commercial building?
Wow....you ask the question, then follow it up with a detailed description:

Gutting an old store and putting in a clothing store. A whole bunch of new lights.


I'm going with alemon ~ FIRM.
 

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Overhead a Region

How would I know? I do residential remodeling....

I'd go with $3.50/ft...but that's just me...hopefully some other members will respond with their numbers.

What kind of overhead do you have? and where are you doing business?



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