Structure Moving Up to 5 mile haul, not including new foundation costs, utility hookup or finishing. These figures assume two stories maximum, no obstruction from trees or utility lines and that adequate right of way is available. Fees and charges imposed by government are not included. Costs shown are per SF of total floor area. Equipment cost includes one tow-truck equipped with dollies, jacks, support beams and hand tools. For estimating purpose, use 1,000 SF as a minimum job charge.
  Concrete or masonry structures, 12" maximum thick walls or floors
    1,000 to 2,000 SF C1@.168 SF — 6.95 11.40 18.35
    2,000 to 4,000 SF C1@.149 SF — 6.17 10.10 16.27
  Wood frame
    1,000 to 2,000 SF C1@.142 SF — 5.88 9.59 15.47
    2,000 to 4,000 SF C1@.131 SF — 5.42 8.85 14.27
  Steel frame
    1,000 to 2,000 SF C1@.215 SF — 8.90 14.50 23.40
    2,000 to 4,000 SF C1@.199 SF — 8.23 13.40 21.63
Asbestos Hazard Surveys Building inspection, hazard identification, sampling and ranking of asbestos risk.
  Asbestos hazard survey and sample collection (10,000 SF per hour) 4 hour minimum — Hour — — — 90.00
  Sample analysis (usually one sample per 1,000 SF) 10 sample minimum — Ea — — — 55.00
  Report writing (per 1,000 SF of floor) $200 minimum — MSF — — — 28.50
Asbestos Removal, Subcontract Typical costs including site preparation, monitoring, equipment, and removal of waste. Disposal of hazardous waste materials vary widely, consult your local waste disposal facility concerning prices and procedures.
  Ceiling insulation in containment structure
    500 to 5,000 SF job — SF — — — 40.20
    5,000 to 20,000 SF job — SF — — — 28.50
  Pipe insulation in containment structure
    100 to 1,000 LF of 6" pipe — LF — — — 70.90
    1,000 to 3,000 LF of 6" pipe — LF — — — 45.50
  Pipe insulation using glove bags
    100 to 1,000 LF of 6" pipe — LF — — — 60.30
    1,000 to 3,000 LF of 6" pipe — LF — — — 45.50
03 Concrete
Batterboards, lay out for footings, per corner C8@1.24 Ea 8.94 57.30 — 66.24
Trenching with a 1/2 CY utility backhoe/loader, small jobs, good soil conditions, no backfill included
  18" x 24" depth, .111 CY per LF (135 LF/Hr) S1@.015 LF — .73 .31 1.04
  24" x 36" depth, .222 CY per LF (68 LF/Hr) S1@.029 LF — 1.40 .61 2.01
  36" x 48" depth, .444 CY per LF (34 LF/Hr) S1@.059 LF — 2.85 1.24 4.09
  48" x 60" depth, .741 CY per LF (20 LF/Hr) S1@.099 LF — 4.79 2.07 6.86
  Per cubic yard, 15 CY per hour S1@.133 CY — 6.43 2.79 9.22

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