Re: Cost of Slab and DRIVEWAY2
Sep 11, 2006 11:59 am
Not all slabs are created equal! It will depend on how thick the slab is, type of reinforcement used, depth/width of footings, use of cantilevered footings, piering, etc, etc. Short answer, cannot be priced without seeing engineer's drawings.
Re: driveway, again depends on lots of things - gradient of drive, thickness, reinforcement, edge thickening, loadings, drainage, etc. Roughly though, you are looking at about $75/m2 inc. GST for a 150mm thick road with SL72 mesh.
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