I'm kind of embarrassed to post these, not much yardage to what you all average a day, but it is what it is. Surgical corridors, 2 about 65, and 2 about 80, plus the little alcoves here and there. Surgery rooms have Epoxy floors. I have a helper, great guy but very little knowledge, just happy to have a guy that shows up, works hard and wants to help. Plus, this kid is country strong, which helps with demo and hefting the cuts through the infection control zipper access. Anyway, field and borders, and a few demarcation lines along the way. 1 day to demo and float each corridor, then each half to be installed and welded in a day. 3 days per corridor. This is the turn at each intersection of corridors, this one took 8 hours. Start time is 8pm, made cuts at the shop before. Home at 4:30 am. This was a lot easier when I was 40, lol.