Precast concrete stairs Costs include concrete, reinforcing, embedded steel, nosing, and delivery to 40 miles. Use $500 as a minimum job charge. See placing costs below.
Stairs, 44" to 48" wide, 10' to 12' rise, “U”- or “L”-shape, including typical landings, Cost per each step (7" rise) — Ea 56.80 — — 56.80
Placing precast concrete stairs with a 45 ton truck-mounted crane and a welding machine. Figures in parentheses show the number of stair flights placed per day. Use $6,000 as a minimum job charge.
  2 ton stairs to 82' reach (21 per day) H4@3.05 Ea — 188.00 56.10 244.10
  2 to 3 tons, to 65' reach (19 per day) H4@3.37 Ea — 208.00 62.00 270.00
  3 to 4 tons, to 57' reach (18 per day) H4@3.54 Ea — 218.00 65.10 283.10
  4 to 5 tons, to 50' reach (17 per day) H4@3.76 Ea — 232.00 69.20 301.20
  5 to 6 tons, to 44' reach (16 per day) H4@4.00 Ea — 246.00 73.60 319.60
  6 to 7 tons, to 40' reach (15 per day) H4@4.28 Ea — 264.00 78.70 342.70
  7 to 8 tons, to 36' reach (14 per day) H4@4.56 Ea — 281.00 84.00 365.00
  8 to 9 tons, to 33' reach (10 per day) H4@6.40 Ea — 394.00 118.00 512.00
  If a 35 ton crane can be used, deduct — % — — -10.0 —
Precast double tees 8' wide, 24" deep. Design load is shown in pounds per square foot (PSF). Costs include lifting and placing but no slab topping. Equipment cost is for a 45 ton truck crane and a welding machine. Use $6,000 as a minimum job charge.
  30' to 35' span, 115 PSF H4@.019 SF 13.10 1.17 .35 14.62
  30' to 35' span, 141 PSF H4@.019 SF 14.20 1.17 .35 15.72
  35' to 40' span, 78 PSF H4@.018 SF 13.10 1.11 .33 14.54
  35' to 40' span, 98 to 143 PSF H4@.018 SF 14.20 1.11 .33 15.64
  40' to 45' span, 53 PSF H4@.017 SF 13.10 1.05 .31 14.46
  40' to 45' span, 69 to 104 PSF H4@.017 SF 14.20 1.05 .31 15.56
  40' to 45' span, 134 PSF H4@.017 SF 14.90 1.05 .31 16.26
  45' to 50' span, 77 PSF H4@.016 SF 14.20 .99 .29 15.48
  45' to 50' span, 101 PSF H4@.016 SF 14.90 .99 .29 16.18
Concrete topping, based on 350 CY job 3,000 PSI design mix with lightweight aggregate, no forms or finishing included.
    By crane H3@.868 CY 117.00 39.80 21.30 178.10
    By pump (28 meter boom truck and operator) M2@.080 CY 129.00 3.54 6.88 139.42
Hollow core roof planks, not including topping, 35 PSF live load, 10' to 15' span
      4" thick H4@.018 SF 6.79 1.11 .33 8.23
      6" thick H4@.018 SF 8.29 1.11 .33 9.73
      8" thick H4@.020 SF 9.74 1.23 .37 11.34
  10" thick H4@.026 SF 10.10 1.60 .48 12.18
Prestressed concrete support poles Costs shown are per linear foot for sizes and lengths shown. Equipment cost is for a 45 ton truck crane. These costs do not include base or excavation. Lengths other than as shown will cost more per foot. Use $6,000 as a minimum job charge.
10" x 10" poles with four 7/16" 270 KSI ultimate tendon strand strength 10', 14', 20', 25' or 30' long H4@.028 LF 18.40 1.72 .48 20.60
12" x 12" poles with six 7/16" 270 KSI ultimate tendon strand strength
  10', 14' or 20' long H4@.028 LF 22.20 1.72 .48 24.40
  25' or 30' long H4@.028 LF 24.80 1.72 .48 27.00

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