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1 answers - Asked By: audionfrequenc - 2/12/2006
I am a 2nd year civil engineering student and I really dont like to waste my time on summer for a job which dosent contribute to my future experience in the field that Im studying. i would appreciate ...
2 answers - Asked By: aria n - 11/16/2009
I have an old house that I have to tear down to the floor. The land has been rezoned commercial. The land lot is 50 x 200. The house is 95 long x 35 wide x 25 high. {35 ft facing street} I plan ...
3 answers - Asked By: Television P - 5/19/2006
5 answers - Asked By: bakerboarder5o - 4/4/2007
I'm working for somebody and don't know what to charge NC late winter early spring time frame Slab Set up, clean up Finish for labor not concrete
5 answers - Asked By: cody - 2/17/2010
I am building a building and want the concrete pillars as foundational supports
3 answers - Asked By: DoctorSchultz - 11/18/2008
I am doing construction and i have been wondering if i finish college. What position will the company give me and which positions comes next. I would like to know the positions that i would be in for ...
2 answers - Asked By: saleh - 3/26/2010
This is not my normal job and I'm struggling with a set of commercial concrete floor plans trying to get some info. to my estimator who's away on vacation. Question: Does anyone know what type of ste...
2 answers - Asked By: NONE - 1/8/2008
5 answers - Asked By: Jed - 1/9/2007
4 answers - Asked By: sweet j - 5/26/2008
I'm in grade11. i love physics, geometry, and trigonometry. i hate algebra. chemistry is ok. and don't know bout calculus cuz im not taking it yet.. i really like to go to a university here in Albert...
3 answers - Asked By: deezykhomet - 1/5/2009
I need to estimate the cost of an industrial building. The building is 15,070 ft^2. It has a concrete slab floor and 10% of the building is office space. It is built with "I" beam supports. The ro...
1 answers - Asked By: vpiegr - 6/6/2009
1) Dirt Work A) If 2,500 bank cu yds. (in-place at natural density), of loamy sand mixed with clay, has to be exported from the site, how many cubic yards would have to be hauled away by truck...
1 answers - Asked By: David - 8/4/2010
The basement in my 1958 house is covered in asbestos tile that has been flooded before (but I fixed the leak problem.) The floor is sinking down to one side. I've had 2 flooring estimators come in and...
1 answers - Asked By: **RM** - 5/29/2013
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