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40' x 120' Pole Barn build Concrete slab estimated cost
« on: January 24, 2016, 05:55:33 PM »
Good afternoon All,

Wondering if any of you could offer some help here.  I'm looking to estimate what it's going to cost me to have a concrete foundation slab poured for the 1st building I'm planning to build on some property I'm currently looking at.  It's 38.5 acres in the 4 corners area of Colorado.

I'm wanting to build a 40' x 120' pole barn and need know what my approximate cost is going to be.  So the more responses I get the better since I'll be tallying an average cost.

So if you reply please be sure to include the size of your foundation (ie 40' x 80') and the cost of that foundation. 

I'd like to thank ALL those who reply in advance.  THANK YOU.....

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Jeff
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Re: 40' x 120' Pole Barn build Concrete slab estimated cost
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2016, 06:06:52 PM »
lots of unanswered questions, is the grading, compacting, gravel done? Thickness of concrete, how much are you doing yourself? How far are you from the concrete plant? Access road?

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Re: 40' x 120' Pole Barn build Concrete slab estimated cost
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2016, 06:56:06 PM »
4800 square feet of slab; if you hire all of the work done you're probably looking at 16K - 25K depending upon the thickness of the slab.

If it's 6" thick you'll need 88 cubic yards of concrete.  Last time that I bought concrete a 4K psi mix with 4.5" slump was around $110.00 per yard delivered, so that's almost 10K in concrete mix alone.

You might also need a concrete pump truck, which would add another 2,500 - 3K or so to the job cost.

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