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referred to
as "operating" overhead or "variable" overhead).  Indicate work
anticipated
to be performed by the general contractor by placing a "1" in the
appropriate
column next to the system description.  Keep in mind that on most
projects, a
minimum of 20% of the total amount of work must be performed by
the general
contractor.  Correlate the percentage of work to be performed by
the General
Contractor with the project specifications.
(c)  Bond:  An appropriate percentage allowance for bond
shall be indicated and included in the total markup percentage.
(d)  Escalation:  Costs for escalation shall be indicated
and included in the total markup percentage.  Escalate costs to the
Anticipated Date of Construction Contract Award (ADCA) given in the Appendix
"A" using the escalation rates attached to MIL-HDBK 1010.  (NOTE:  Air Force
projects shall be escalated to the anticipated mid-point of construction based
on the ADCA.)
(e)  Identify and apply any other miscellaneous markups to
each system subtotal, such as special state or local taxes, etc.  (NOTE:  IN
MOST INSTANCES STATE AND LOCAL SALES TAXES ARE NOT APPLICABLE TO FEDERAL
PROJECTS, PARTICULARLY WHEN CONSTRUCTED ON FEDERAL PROPERTY.  CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACTORS USUALLY PROCURE AN EXEMPTION FROM STATE AND LOCAL SALES TAXES FOR
FEDERAL PROJECTS.)
c)
Building Budget Estimate Summary Sheet
1)  Primary and supporting facility system quantities and grand
total systems costs generated in the Markup Summary Sheets shall be summarized
on the Building Budget Estimate Summary Sheet for projects involving new
buildings or additions over $500,000 ECC, new family housing or other projects
over $1 million ECC.  (For all other projects, summarize the grand total
systems costs and quantities on separate NAVFAC 11013/7 forms.)  A blank
Building Budget Estimate Summary Sheet (2 pages long) is attached to this
chapter.  Instructions for preparation are included on Page 93 of MIL-HDBK-
1010.  Area Cost Factors (ACF) are also attached to MIL-HDBK 1010.  (Note that
the affect of the applicable ACF should be taken into account when estimating
bare costs and should not be applied as a markup to the bare costs.)  (See
Sample #4).
2)  The A/E shall not fill in the information for contingency and
SIOH costs.  Note that "contingency" on the Building Budget Estimate Summary
Sheet refers to field change order contingency (CES System 042) and not to
design contingency which may be included as part of the individual systems
costs.  Costs for SIOH and contingency will be separately added to the
Building Budget Estimate Summary Sheet by the government (or automatically
computed on the Lotus spreadsheet).  (NOTE THAT IT IS THE TOTAL CONTRACT COST
WITHOUT CONTINGENCY AND SIOH WHICH MUST NOT EXCEED THE ECC PROVIDED BY THE
GOVERNMENT.)
3)  Note that the total $/SF for the building shall represent the
total of all building costs, including built-in equipment items, divided by
the gross square footage of the building as designed.  Separate subtotals for
building items and built-in equipment items are also required.  Systems which
are considered built-in equipment items are identified by a "(1)" in the CES
Standard Systems List.
d)
Cost Analysis Sheet
1)  The cost analysis sheet is an additional cost summary sheet
broken down by design discipline subtotals for the building and major system
subtotals for supporting facilities costs.  The purpose of the cost analysis
sheet is to establish the amounts of total costs attributable to each design
discipline or major supporting facility category in terms of both total
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