Originally Posted by alldayrj
Just humor me here, when all is said and done, what did it end up costing the customer per SF On a job that big bailey and dvs? Im sure it wont be in a couple years, but those numbers are so crazy to me right now, my most is 900 sf in one location.
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First of all - the client supplied the pavers. He bought them from Belgard for $1.00 per sf. Yes, I will install what a client supplies. Money is money, I'm not going to turn it away.
Second - an excavating company installed the aggregate base. This driveway was very long. So they were able to install and compact the base in 1/2 the time it would have taken us
Third - that was 16,327 beers ago. I don't remember what the cost was. Maybe around 6 to 8 per sf?
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