Sep 16, 2020 7:48 am
Re: Site cost - boreholes3
Sep 16, 2020 3:54 pm
Means you have rocks at 1500-1600
Is that a bad thing? I have been provided fixed site costs for 16k to 20k but one builder is charging me 45k .. such a massive difference o.o and I am not entirely sure why there is such a huge discrepancy compared to other builders...
Re: Site cost - boreholes5
Sep 17, 2020 1:17 am
I think it is okay, you would most probably require piers to around 1200-1500 due to uncontrolled fill.
How did he explain the difference?
I do have a Meter fall on my land apparently.
But they didn't see that the developer already has placed a retaining wall.. so hopefully that can lower the cost quite a bit.one of the builders actually quoted be just 16k and was able to fix it. I mentioned this to them.
So hopefully they can look at the engineering again and lower the cost..
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