Estimate on concrete ?

I have a section of floor inside my home that is badly cracked and slants a couple inches. Hired an Engineer who says the best approach is cut out the slab and pour a new one. Area is 7x15 (feet), I assume its 4-6 inches. What's a rough cost in the midwest US to:
a) Cut out and remove old concrete b) Put in a new portion of the slab.
Thanks !
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find out what is required for a footer or foundation beneath this area. you may be pouring a support footer here. call the nearest cement company for the cost of a delivered load of various sizes and multiply by 3 or 4 or more to cover the cost and profit if you were doing just a sidewalk. if its sold in cubic yards get out that calculator. in your example you have 7x15x1/2R.5 cu ft. there are 3x3x3' cubic ft per cubic yard. you're going to need to know what's under the slab and how not to damage it, plus how to get the heavy concrete to where you need it. not a do it yourself job. add-on costs of distance from where the truck will park, extra time for you to delay the delivery of the concrete while you are playing with the wheelbarrows. did you add on for the gravel base material and a tamping machine? add on for delivering it to your basement or wherever this is going. before you pour, this is a great time to consider that geothermal heating system you always wanted. or at least replace the driveway, sidewalks, patio, and the neighbor wants a pad for his shed. check with your permit office and don't pave the neighbor's property. how about heated snow melting pipes? :) do the materials estimate and dimensions in advance. call 3 contractors for estimates and send them the information. be ready for add-ons if they dig and find the rest of the slab has any hidden problem.
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How the fuck are we supposed to know the cost. People that ask for prices on this NG are total idiots, like you ! I'm sure you get a phone book. Call a goddamn concrete contractor.
On 14 Oct 2005 18:28:37 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

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