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Lynn:

Our office charges $750 as a minimum which covers the client for
approximately seven hours of work. A 2,500 sft house would obviously take
more than seven hours.

The point I was trying to make is that there should be a minimum for
everything. Even if you end up spending one hour on it.

Shafat

At 07:45 PM 12/14/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Shafat:
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>Maybe I didn't understand your response correctly.  Did you imply that
>you would do the engineering on a 2,500 square foot house for $750, or
>is that the fee you would charge for the "re-use"?
>
>
>Lynn
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>Shafat Qazi wrote:
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>> Greg:
>> 
>> 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.
>> 
>> Shafat
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