So I posted a thread to get a better idea on how much a retaining wall should be. I quoted the job for 38,750. The GC thought I was crazy because the price was to high and he said that he could get it done for around 16,000. So what do you guys think. This wall is 880' linear feet long at 4' high. It is built on clay soil, so he needs proper footing, drainage, excavation for footing, geogrid, and a lot of gravel. The GC is supplying all construction materials, block, gravel, grid, pipe, excavation bobcat. The block is the Keystone Compac unit. In the first post a lot of people thought I was already to low. Personaly I don't think he is going to get the wall built for any cheaper especially if he wants it done right. This is I hear a 3 million dollar log home and he expects to have a total length of 1000 linear feet for 17-18,000 dollars. Is it me or is the GC smokn the good stuff? Should I come down on my price somemore or just give up on this project? What do you think?