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Depending on your location. Our company (BQE) is located in Los Angeles
where engineering fees are a bit higher than rest of the country. In our
office we charge a minimum of $750 for any project including "re-use". We
tell the client that it will cover up to seven hours of work. If the work
would exceed seven hours, which may not be the case with the "re-use"
project, we will then sign a separate agreement.

Hope that helps.

p.s. We use BillQuick for time tracking and billing.

At 12/14/98 05:46 PM, you wrote:
>Lately, I've been asked to bid some housing tract projects. The houses are
>approximately 2,000 to 2,500 with 3 standard plans and 3 elevations for each
>plan. The tract size ranges from 24 to 50 homes. What are typical guidelines
>for the "re-use" fee of the plan after the first three models are built? I've
>been getting a very wide divergence of opinions (so what else is new?). Any
>Greg Riley PE