Reinforcing for Cast-in-Place Concrete (cont.) Steel reinforcing bars (rebar), ASTM A615 Grade 60. Material costs are for deformed steel reinforcing rebar, including 10% lap allowance, cutting and bending. These costs also include detailed shop drawings and delivery to jobsite with identity tags per shop drawings. Add for epoxy or galvanized coating of rebar, chairs, splicing, spiral caissons and round column reinforcing, if required, from the sections following the data below. Costs per pound (Lb) and per linear foot (LF) including tie wire and tying.
  5/8" diameter, #5 rebar (1.04 lb per LF) RB@.008 LF .63 .51 1.14
  3/4" diameter, #6 rebar RB@.007 Lb .59 .45 1.04
  3/4" diameter, #6 rebar (1.50 lb per LF) RB@.011 LF .89 .70 1.59
  7/8" diameter, #7 rebar RB@.007 Lb .71 .45 1.16
  7/8" diameter, #7 rebar (2.04 lb per LF) RB@.014 LF 1.45 .90 2.35
  1" diameter, #8 rebar RB@.007 Lb .61 .45 1.06
  1" diameter, #8 rebar (2.67 lb per LF) RB@.019 LF 1.65 1.22 2.87
  1-1/8" diameter, #9 rebar RB@.007 Lb .76 .45 1.21
  1-1/8" diameter, #9 rebar (3.40 lb per LF) RB@.024 LF 2.84 1.54 4.38
  1-1/4" diameter, #10 rebar RB@.006 Lb .76 .38 1.14
  1-1/4" diameter, #10 rebar (4.30 lb per LF) RB@.026 LF 3.61 1.67 5.28
  1-3/8" diameter, #11 rebar RB@.006 Lb .76 .38 1.14
  1-3/8" diameter, #11 rebar (5.31 lb per LF) RB@.032 LF 4.45 2.05 6.50
Reinforcing steel placed and tied in columns, stairs and walls
  1/4" diameter, #2 rebar RB@.017 Lb 1.11 1.09 2.20
  1/4" diameter, #2 rebar (.17 lb per LF) RB@.003 LF .19 .19 .38
  3/8" diameter, #3 rebar RB@.012 Lb .71 .77 1.48
  3/8" diameter, #3 rebar (.38 lb per LF) RB@.005 LF .27 .32 .59
  1/2" diameter, #4 rebar RB@.011 Lb .69 .70 1.39
  1/2" diameter, #4 rebar (.67 lb per LF) RB@.007 LF .46 .45 .91
  5/8" diameter, #5 rebar RB@.010 Lb .61 .64 1.25
  5/8" diameter, #5 rebar (1.04 lb per LF) RB@.010 LF .63 .64 1.27
  3/4" diameter, #6 rebar RB@.009 Lb .59 .58 1.17
  3/4" diameter, #6 rebar (1.50 lb per LF) RB@.014 LF .89 .90 1.79
  7/8" diameter, #7 rebar RB@.009 Lb .71 .58 1.29
  7/8" diameter, #7 rebar (2.04 lb per LF) RB@.018 LF 1.45 1.15 2.60
  1" diameter, #8 rebar RB@.009 Lb .61 .58 1.19
  1" diameter, #8 rebar (2.67 lb per LF) RB@.024 LF 1.65 1.54 3.19
  1-1/8" diameter, #9 rebar RB@.009 Lb .76 .58 1.34
  1-1/8" diameter, #9 rebar (3.40 lb per LF) RB@.031 LF 2.84 1.99 4.83
  1-1/4" diameter, #10 rebar RB@.008 Lb .76 .51 1.27
  1-1/4" diameter, #10 rebar (4.30 lb per LF) RB@.034 LF 3.61 2.18 5.79
  1-3/8" diameter, #11 rebar RB@.008 Lb .76 .51 1.27
  1-3/8" diameter, #11 rebar (5.31 lb per LF) RB@.037 LF 4.45 2.37 6.82
Galvanized coating, add to uncoated bars, per pound
  Any #2 rebar, #3 rebar or #4 rebar, add — Lb .44 — .44
  Any #5 rebar or #6 rebar, add — Lb .42 — .42
  Any #7 rebar or #8 rebar, add — Lb .39 — .39
  Any #9 rebar, #10 rebar or #11 rebar, add — Lb .36 — .36
Pre-bent rebar, 90 degree except as noted
  3/8" diameter, #3 rebar, 24" x 24" RB@.014 Ea 1.85 .90 2.75
  1/2" diameter, #4 rebar, 10" x 3' RB@.021 Ea 4.03 1.35 5.38
  1/2" diameter, #4 rebar, 2' x 3' RB@.021 Ea 5.17 1.35 6.52
  5/8" diameter, #5 rebar, 24" x 24" RB@.014 Ea 5.82 .90 6.72
  5/8" diameter, #5 rebar, 1' x 4' RB@.035 Ea 7.39 2.24 9.63
  5/8" diameter, #5 rebar, 3' x 3' RB@.043 Ea 7.98 2.76 10.74
  5/8" diameter, #5 rebar, 30" x 9" J-bar RB@.028 Ea 3.14 1.79 4.93
  3/4" diameter, #6 rebar, 24" x 24" RB@.043 Ea 8.11 2.76 10.87
Rebar stirrups
  3/8" #3 bar, 6" x 12" RB@.014 Ea 1.95 .90 2.85
  3/8" #3 bar, 6" x 14" RB@.014 Ea 2.25 .90 3.15
  3/8" #3 bar, 6" x 18" RB@.014 Ea 2.55 .90 3.45
  3/8" #3 bar, 6" x 24" RB@.014 Ea 2.55 .90 3.45
  5/8" #8 bar, 6" x 48" RB@.014 Ea 5.99 .90 6.89

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