Anybody want to price this job?
I'm curious how others would price this job.
It's finishing a future, basement bath consisting of single lav, wc, tile or cm shower, and a sewage grinder. It's a future bath so all slab rough drainage is already installed and a 2" future vent was stubbed down at new const. phase. In addition, in the basement, HO wants a bar sink. HO elected to go with an under cabinet sump system to handle waste rather than bust concrete to access existing drainage piping. Also, upstairs in the laundry room I will be roughing in for a drop in utility sink. All dwv piping will be pvc cell core and all water distribution will be either m copper or pex. No extra ordinary distances have to be traveled to access any existing plumbing system. Seems to be a fairly straight forward job with no significant obstacles. All fixtures will be builders grade. Under sink sump system cost around $150 the last time I did one and the sewage pump will run around $350 - $400 (I don't use the cheapies). In ground sump will have an alarm system. I've run into so many DIY'ers that I've begun to price these jobs seperately for the rough and set out with both pumps being installed at the set out.
If anyone would like to take a stab at pricing this, (don't spend too much time at it) I would love to hear what you have to say.
P.S. this is obviously one of those jobs which would never survive strict flat rate pricing and having done many of these before, I understand that. I use flat rate for everything but it is an entirely different structure once I get away from service work. Having said that I am still by no means cheap.
P.S.S. Having just read my own post I realize that there is room for confusion. All slab rough drainage piping is already installed for lav, wc, shower, and sewage sump. Bar sink has no rough piping of any kind presently so the option is to cut the concrete or use an undersink sump. HO elected the latter.