Feeder MC labor units

Rico97

Member
Location
New York
Occupation
Estimator
I am looking to get some information on the labor rates for large copper MC Feeder wires 3 & 4 core from sizes 1/0 to #600’s. Does anyone know where this information is available?
 

retirede

Senior Member
Location
Illinois
Labor rates ($/Hr) are based on number of factors by region.
I’ve never heard of having a specific rate based on the pipe and wire size being run???!
 

Fred B

Senior Member
Location
Upstate, NY
Occupation
Electrician
Labor rates ($/Hr) are based on number of factors by region.
I’ve never heard of having a specific rate based on the pipe and wire size being run???!
NECA labor manual lists various device and wiring labor time. They make up time by ft., each device or per hundred or thousands. The you just multiply by you labor rate. Use of manual is tricky if you forget even one component of installation you can end up shorting your bid, as you need to account for every component.
 

retirede

Senior Member
Location
Illinois
NECA labor manual lists various device and wiring labor time. They make up time by ft., each device or per hundred or thousands. The you just multiply by you labor rate. Use of manual is tricky if you forget even one component of installation you can end up shorting your bid, as you need to account for every component.

Yep - my point was that the rate itself doesn’t change.
 

cdslotz

Senior Member
NECA labor manual lists various device and wiring labor time. They make up time by ft., each device or per hundred or thousands. The you just multiply by you labor rate. Use of manual is tricky if you forget even one component of installation you can end up shorting your bid, as you need to account for every component.
unless you use assemblies
 
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