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Old 03-02-2009, 09:16 PM   #1
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What should I expect to pay for having concrete poured for a slab for a 40 x 60 shop I am planning to build just northwest of OKC? It would be nice to have a price broken down into smaller increments so as to allow me to determine what portions of the job I might want to tackle myself with the help of a few good friends. Thanks.

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pricing's a terrible inquiry as they vary so much across the country as what's current here in atl probably won't be applicable in ok,,, factor in so many variables ( contractor's workload, desire, job site, etc ) & it becomes even more foreign.

expect you can look for items such as: site prep, footer/slab excavation, forming, steel, concrete, placement/finishing, jnt cutting,,, whether or not your quotes will specify relevant costs'll be another issue, tho,,, most guys want it all.

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You can expect around $3 a sq/ft including concrete, steel, forming, and the pour and finish. All assuming level ground. If you do the site work, forming, and lay the steel, you can get a finisher to pour and finish for a $1 or less in our market.

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