Im putting together a proposal involving veneering Environmental Stone to the front of a commercial building. Having read numerous posts over the years, I would not be foolish enough to throw myself to the wolves and request cost comparisons. However, I would love to get a range of time estimates for the veneer work using the cultured stone. Depending on the price, we may attach it to 3 areas. The front door area is the priority. It measures 16 foot high by 22 foot wide, surrounds the main entryway, and is about 150 square feet. The 2 other areas are rectangles on opposite sides of the building, 10 ½ foot high by 8 foot wide, totaling 170 square feet. So, 3 areas, totaling 320 square feet, portions needing to be done off scaffolding. This is not my first time veneering, but my first time using cultured stone. Last fall I applied remnants of kitchen counter tops to the lower half of a split level home being built by the owner of a Kitchen Design Company. Due to the massive weight, we had to attach ¼ inch plywood to the OSB, prior to the vapor barrier, lathes, scratch coat, and granite, and we had to use spacers and rise only 4 or 5 feet at a time. Plus, we had decided to go with angular pieces, so everything had to be cut into right angles. Comparing installation of the granite countertops to installation of the cultured stone would be like comparing picking blueberries to picking potatoes. Specifically: How many square feet of Cultured Ledgestone can be applied, working at ground level, by one person, in one day? Assume I mix my own mortar. Thanks for your help.