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Need Help With Bidding A Subdivision

Discussion in 'Bidding & Estimating' started by FaulknerLwnCare, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. FaulknerLwnCare

    FaulknerLwnCare Member
    Messages: 68

    I Was Wanting To Now How I Should Bid A Subdivision ? It Is 0.4 Miles From Front To Back One Way . They Are Wanting A Bid For 2-4 Inchs And From 4inchs And Up. And For Salt Pricing . I Appreciate Any Help.

    Messages: 56

    R tou talking about streets, or just driveways. How many drives. there is many variables. Are you looking for a sesonal rate or per push? to be competitive Id say approximitly $10 per drive per push. If you want a seasonal price multiply that times average snow events.maybe 20 events ? good luck. Even if you dont get the contract, ask the manager/ grounds supervisor what he has paid in previose years, Ive gotten some good info telling managers I dont know whats fair. They will normally give you a ballpark figure, which gives you an idea for next year