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I have the opportunity to bid a low income multi-unit residential complex.
The design consists of five buildings of similar floor plan (slight
modification to the layout, but probably not the structural framing plans)
and two others of similar layout.
I need some help in pricing the project. I don't want a dollar figure, but
I want to know what to expect for the duplicate designs. What is my
services worth as a percentage of the full design? 

Example:
Unit's A:
10 Apartments @ 920 square feet each. Two story fairly well stacked
(shearwalls). Type V construction with plywood floors with possible
lightweight concrete topping.  Slab on grade.
Level compacted construction site - soil: sand mix 1500 psi bearing
allowed. 

Again, I'm not looking for a price, but want to know whether to charge 10%,
20% or ?% of fee's for each additional structure. 

Some thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely
Dennis Wish PE

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low income multi-unit residential complex. The design consists of five =
buildings of similar floor plan (slight modification to the layout, but =
probably not the structural framing plans) and two others of similar =
layout.<br>I need some help in pricing the project. I don't want a =
dollar figure, but I want to know what to expect for the duplicate =
designs. What is my services worth as a percentage of the full design? =
<br><br>Example:<br>Unit's A:<br>10 Apartments @ 920 square feet each. =
Two story fairly well stacked (shearwalls). Type V construction with =
plywood floors with possible lightweight concrete topping. &nbsp;Slab on =
grade.<br>Level compacted construction site - soil: sand mix 1500 psi =
bearing allowed. <br><br>Again, I'm not looking for a price, but want to =
know whether to charge 10%, 20% or ?% of fee's for each additional =
structure. <br><br>Some thoughts would be greatly =
appreciated.<br><br>Sincerely<br>Dennis Wish PE<br><br></p>
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