From: Patrick Salsbury (salsbury_at_sculptors.com)
Message-Id: <199906191917.MAA04862@bootstrap.sculptors.com> Subject: Re: Cost per sq. ft. to build a dome house? Date: Sat, 19 Jun 1999 12:16:59 -0700 From: Patrick Salsbury <salsbury_at_sculptors.com>
> I'd be happy to put together a cost estimate if I can ask you some questions
> about what went into the home. I have a sheet that I can fax or mail to you
> haven't made it e-compatible yet, but I should get off my duff and do so).
There's never enough time for it all, is there? :-) I've got a list
of things to do that's ridiculous.
I don't have faxing set up at the house yet (but I should get off
my duff and do so... ;^) ) although you can fax my office. 831-460-3199
Or, you could mail it to:
309 Cedar Street #23C
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
It was a Cathedralite dome-kit. 35' on a 3.5' riser wall. It's up
on pylon-type or pier-type "stilts" so that it has a crawlspace underneath,
and didn't make much impact on the ground.
> Nathan Burke,
> Oregon Dome, Inc.
> Patrick Salsbury wrote:
> > I know we've all been through this thread a bazillion times in the past,
> > but I wanted to get current numbers on what it costs, roughly, per square
> > foot of dome space built.
> > The property on which we rent our dome has just traded hands, and the new
> > folks need to let the insurance company know how much the cost of
> > replacement is on the dome, should something go wrong. (I'm not sure what,
> > since this dome is ~1 mile from the epicenter of the quake that flattened
> > most of Northern California in '89, and it rode through that just fine. :-)
> > )
> > Anyway, has anyone on the lists done a recent dome-build and have figures
> > for what it cost? I'm in a 35' dome with a wing off to the side. We've got
> > about 1966 sq. ft. of area right now, but only 1369 of that is in the dome
> > itself.
> > Any info would be appreciated.
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