Quantcast Instructions for Preparing Schematic Submission Cost Documentation

Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Stumble Upon
Custom Search

b)  For projects involving new buildings or additions under $500,000 ECC
or other projects under $1 million ECC:
Cost Estimate Backup Sheets
Markup Summary Sheets
Cost Summary Sheet(s) (NAVFAC 11013/7 forms)
Partially Completed Cost Tracking Sheet
Instructions for Preparing Schematic Submission Cost Documentation:
Cost Estimate Backup Sheets
1)  NORTHDIV categorizes project construction costs by the NAVFAC
CES Standard Systems format.  This format arranges construction costs by
systems for the primary facility (interior work within a building) and systems
for supporting facilities (exterior work outside a building).  The CES
Standard Systems List is given on Pages 160 - 164 of MIL-HDBK 1010.  Systems
on this list which include the designation "(1)" are considered to be built-in
equipment.  CES Standard Systems Narratives which describe the items of
construction included under each system are given on Pages 252 - 280 of MIL-
HDBK-1010.  Use "write-in" systems in the appropriate locations to identify
systems in the project which are not listed in the CES Standard Systems List.
2)  Line item bare costs associated with the applicable systems
identified from the CES Standard Systems List shall be submitted on cost
estimate backup sheets.  NAVFAC Form 11013/7 shall be used for formatting the
backup cost estimate.  Both a blank manual and Lotus spreadsheet computerized
version of Form 11013/7 are attached to this chapter.
3)  The backup cost estimate shall reflect line item bare costs
based on a reasonably accurate take-off of materials and systems consistent
with the level of design.  Quantities and material and labor costs for
individual system components shall be provided for items which can be readily
calculated from the drawings (eg., architectural, civil and structural items)
(See Sample #1).  Systems costs (an engineering estimate of the total bare
cost of material and labor for the system's unit of measure) shall be used
throughout the remainder of the backup cost estimate where the level of design
detail precludes an accurate take-off of individual materials (eg., mechanical
and electrical items) (See Sample #2).  Appropriate units of measure for each
system are shown on the CES Standard Systems List.  EXCEPT FOR THE COST FOR
4)  Bare material and labor costs shall reflect consideration of
the project location (Area Cost Factor (ACF)), prevailing wage rates,
marketplace conditions, complexity of the design, special design features, and
other variables unique to the project or its location.  The A/E shall account
for location and marketplace conditions by verifying prices for prominent or
extraordinary materials in the estimate, by use of an appropriate ACF, by use
of the prevailing wage rates furnished by the government as well as prevailing
taxes and insurance on labor costs, and by adjustments to overhead and profit
rates on the Markup Summary Sheets (see below) to reflect the level of
competition and bidding climate in the area.  The A/E shall account for
complex or unique aspects of the design by decreasing labor productivity rates
for the materials involved, increasing waste allowances on materials and/or by
adjustments to the profit rates on the Markup Summary Sheets (see below) to
account for increased risk in construction.
Material Costs - Bare line item costs for materials
12 -


Privacy Statement - Copyright Information. - Contact Us

Integrated Publishing, Inc.