I was wondering bc a contractor I work for wants me to do them per ft. Up until now I've done them by the hour. I don't want to lose on them. The jobs range from anything like 43'-6"Lx 21'-6"Wx 1'x6"D to smaller stuff like 1'-9"Wx 4'-9"Lx 20"D. It involves setting the form, tying the rebar, pouring and finishing concrete, wrecking forms, rubbing and grouting forms. Please help. I'm wanting to take it to the next level. This is a new venture for me
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