Estimating Plumbing Costs

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Old 06-23-03, 04:38 AM
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Estimating Plumbing Costs

I am opening a wine bar in NY and I am trying to estimate the amount of sqaure footage per person that I will need. It will not be a restaurant/bar but strictly a wine bar that serves appetizers, cheese, fruit, etc. It will also have a 6' x 4' size antipasto bar. In my mind I would like to have several cocktail tables, side tables, overstuffed chairs and a few sofas. Possibly a jukebox as well. My best guesstimate would be between 2500-3500 square feet.

I am putting together my biz plan and am having difficulty estimating electrical and plumbing costs. Square footage per person?

Any ideas?

thanks,

Ben
 
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Old 06-24-03, 04:39 AM
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Check with your Building Inspection Department for NY code and requirements for all of it.
The only way to get a good local estimate cost is to have a contractor(s) give you one. Costs vary drastically from place to place.
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