Last night I did a site tour of the dot urban office in my city. It is a regional office that represents 19 counties in FL. The entire property is approximately 3 acres. There is a large fence surrounding the entire property that would have to be weedwacked, 3 retention ponds that would have to be weedwacked, about 20 parking islands with grass only that would have to be cut and edged, and the rest is all grass to be mowed with the exception of one small hedge. There will be no mulch or pesticides/ferilizers applied. The grass areas are spread out across the property and will probably be cut with 2 walk behinds with sulkys. I think it would take me and one other person 4 to 6 hours if we were running 2 mowers. I bid 400 per cut. 36 cuts per year. 1200 per month. Am I way off? I know pictures would help but I forgot my camera. I've only been in the business for 2 months and this is my first real commercial bid. I'm probably crazy for trying but this would be great for my company and I really think I can handle the job. It almost seems to easy since there are really no bushes or mulching involved. Just cutting grass on a larger scale than I'm used to. I just hope I didn't under bid or overbid. I definitely don't want to lowball anyone and I think that 400 a cut is the right bid for me to make money on this.