Bricklayers on average lay 300-500 bricks per day subject to weather conditions and the complexity of the job. Obviously some will lay more bricks and some less. The burn figures are averages but if you lay more or less than average, just look up/down to the next weight group (or even 2 groups up/down). The more honest you are about your effort, the more accurate the calorie burn will be.
Also see Laying Blocks
On an average day Men age 17-25 should burn around 4600 calories in a 8 hour period and Men 25-35 a theoretical 4300 calories over 8 hours. Women in the 17-21 age range, on average burn 4300 calories with Women 25-35 burning 4100.
Over 35s Men over 35 should burn around 4100 calories in a 8 hour period and Women over 35 around 3900 over 8 hours.
Over 60s Men over 60 should burn 3900 calories in 8 hours with Women over 60 burning 3700.
What is Average? Everyone is different. More accuracy can be found by referring to your weight below. Calorie burn generally declines as we get older but not always. People who stay active will often keep the higher burn rate as they age.
Calories Burned based on Time and Weight.
Calories Burned in 8 hours
Calories Burned in 6 hours
Calories Burned in 12 hours
Calories Burned in 1 hour
Calories Burned in 2 hours
Calories Burned in 4 hours