I had a guy have us look at his patio today. He apparently is in construction, did it himself, its not terrible, bad cuts but nothing major. His patio is elevated 4' in the air straight out from their back door. Its about 18' wide and 25ft long, or 5 feet TOO long and the township took him to court or something already and he has to chop 5' off of the end. The end looks like the side of the number "8" , two round circles with a staircase in the middle going down 4'. Its not just a simple remove the outter straight wall and put it back but 5' closer to the house, he will need these two half circles now cut into and redo the wall straight, which will not look great but will meet township code for these development lots. The area working would be 4' tall, 5' deep and 18' wide, all of which is wall block and staircase. He doesnt mind loosing this stairs either, so the regular wall will go back up as is. Im estimating out about 4 days labor for 3 guys or $3,300 assuming add in costs for hauling anything, any supplies if needed and so forth. Anyone do anything similar before? I doubt he is going to spend a dime on this anyway and may just be looking for a quote for insurance/court/legal reasons anyway so i dont want to spend a lot of time when he is probably going to flip for anything over $1k.