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I would say about $15000.

Stan Scholl, P.E.
Laguna Beach, CA

On Fri, 1 Jun 2001 08:44:11 -0700 "Jesse D. Moore" <jdmse(--nospam--at)home.com>
writes:
> I'd like to know what others are charging for the following type 
> project:
> 
> 37,500 sf tilt up bldg (office/warehouse)
> North San Diego County
> Single story
> 21' Walls
> Wood panelized roof system
> not too tricky (but not a box either)- a few skewed walls
> Architect is providing AutoCad backgrounds w/some usable structural 
> layout
> 
> Any shared information would be appreciated.
> 
> Jesse D. Moore, SE
> Oceanside, CA
> 
> 
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