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Federal job Ron Moore (05 Dec 2014 16:37 EST)
Re: Federal job Fred Hueston (05 Dec 2014 16:44 EST)
Re: Federal job john jackson (05 Dec 2014 18:19 EST)

Re: Federal job john jackson 05 Dec 2014 18:19 EST

they should be able to tell what trade you will fall under. You need to get the labor rate plus the fringe benefits. For instance my last pw job the laborer rate was around 28 an hour and another 10 an hour so it came to 38 an hour. PLUS dont forget the added cost to your workmans comp policy. You  might want to add in administrative costs for osha compliance, and to fill out the bacon davis worksheet and certification which has to be done each week/ You will need a safety manual as well....the last one we did we had to arrive half hour early for daily stretching exercises. I would inquire about whether elevators are available, water available, and how to handle your waste water. we had to haul ours home each night....bid high, make money. !
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On Fri, 12/5/14, Fred Hueston <fhueston@gmail.com> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Federal job
 To: "sccpartners@stoneandtilepros.simplelists.com" <sccpartners@stoneandtilepros.simplelists.com>
 Date: Friday, December 5, 2014, 3:44 PM

 Ron
 Use to bid a
 lot of work with prevailing wage up in NY state.  You cant
 bid by the square foot, you will have to calculate the
 manhours and than plug in the wage rate to bid on it. Dont
 forget to add your profit. Also I will bet there will be
 change orders. The problem is your guys are going to get
 paid way more than you would pay them normal. This can
 create problems but the money should be good for all.  As
 long you you get the job. The insurance requirements may
 also be strict and the paperwork hell. Good
 luck
 On Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 4:37
 PM, Ron Moore <rmoore@americanstonecare.com>
 wrote:
 Guys,
 I've been contacted by a third party
 interested in hiring me to do a federal job where it's a
 prevailing wage.
 I can't get in to see the project however
 the wording states cleaning and some honing. I'm hoping
 you guys can recommend a per sf price or total job price per
 1000 sf. I think this could be 2-3,000sf. Again,  Federal
 and prevailing wage.
 Thanks,

 Ron

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