Wall Sawing, Subcontract Using an electric, hydraulic or air saw. Per LF of cut including overcuts at each corner equal to the depth of the cut. Costs shown assume electric power is available. Minimum cost will be $400.
  To 4" depth LF 13.30 19.10
  To 5" depth LF 16.70 20.70
  To 6" depth LF 18.30 22.30
  To 7" depth LF 23.10 27.30
  To 8" depth LF 28.10 31.90
  To 10" depth LF 35.10 39.50
  To 12" depth LF 43.10 47.50
  To 14" depth LF 52.70 57.40
  To 16" depth LF 63.60 65.50
  To 18" depth LF 74.80 76.80
Concrete Core Drilling, Subcontract Using an electric, hydraulic or air drill. Costs shown are per LF of depth for diameter shown. Prices are based on one mat reinforcing with 3/8" to 5/8" bars and include cleanup. Difficult drill setups are higher. Prices assume availability of 110 volt electricity. Figure travel time at $110 per hour. Minimum cost will be $250.
Craft@Hrs Unit Material Labor Total
      1" or 1-1/2" diameter — LF — — 58.50
      2" or 2-1/2" diameter — LF — — 60.50
      3" or 3-1/2"diameter — LF — — 72.90
      4" or 5" diameter — LF — — 88.60
      6" or 8" diameter — LF — — 122.00
  10" diameter — LF — — 167.00
  12" diameter — LF — — 273.00
  14" diameter — LF — — 313.00
  16" diameter — LF — — 355.00
  18" diameter — LF — — 396.00
  20" diameter — LF — — 439.00
  24" diameter — LF — — 522.00
  30" diameter — LF — — 645.00
  36" diameter — LF — — 771.00
  Hourly rate, 2 hour minimum — Hr — — 128.00
Concrete Slab Sawing, Subcontract Using a gasoline powered saw. Costs per linear foot for cured concrete assuming a level surface with good access and saw cut lines laid out and pre-marked by others. Costs include local travel time. Minimum cost will be $250. Electric powered slab sawing will be approximately 40% higher for the same depth.
Under 200’ 200-1000’ 1000’+
      1" deep LF .71 .62
      1-1/2" deep LF 1.05 .96
      2" deep LF 1.38 1.22
      2-1/2" deep LF 1.74 1.56
      3" deep LF 2.09 1.82
      3-1/2" deep LF 2.43 2.18
      4" deep LF 2.77 2.43
      5" deep LF 3.74 3.04
      6" deep LF 4.18 3.66
      7" deep LF 5.04 4.33
      8" deep LF 5.73 5.03
      9" deep LF 6.52 5.73
  10" deep LF 7.39 6.52
  11" deep LF 8.24 7.29
  12" deep LF 9.13 8.09

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