How to calculate isolated footing quantity?
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Isolated footing quantity can be estimated by calculating the area of the footing, multiply it by the depth of the footing and then multiply that by the number of footings.
For example, for a 10×10 foot isolated footing with a 2-foot depth, the calculation would be: 10 x 10 x 2 = 200 cubic feet (or 5.7 cubic meters if working in metric units).