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General Requirements .........$ 50,000
Minor Construction ...........$200,000
Repair .......................$150,000
Maintenance ..................$100,000
Equipment Installation .......$ 50,000
Total .......$550,000
9.3.7  Multiple Facilities with Multiple Types of Work:  When two or more
facilities are to be constructed, altered, or repaired under one
construction contract, and one or more of the facilities involves multiple
types of work, provide a separate estimate and summary sheet for each
facility, without the General Requirements.  For the facilities with
multiple types of work the separate estimate and summary sheet shall
identify the addition work, the alteration work, the repair work, and the
equipment installation work.  The General Requirements (CQC, mob/demob, job
supervison, temporary utilities, etc.) shall be a composite for the entire
project.  A composite summary sheet is also required.  Costs from the
separate summary sheets must be directly transferable to the composite
summary sheet.  Example of composite summary sheet:
FACILITIES "A", "B", & "C"
General Requirements .........$150,000
FACILITY "A"
Minor Construction ...........$250,000
Repair .......................$200,000
Maintenance ..................$150,000
Equipment Installation .......$100,000
Subtotal .............$700,000
FACILITY "B"
Minor Construction ...........$200,000
Repair .......................$150,000
Maintenance ..................$100,000
Subtotal .............$450,000
FACILITY "C" .................$250,000
Total .......$1,550,000
9.3.8  Multiple Projects:  When two or more projects are packaged under one
construction contract, provide a separate estimate for each project,
without the General Requirements.  The General Requirements (CQC,
mob/demob, job supervison, temporary utilities, etc.) shall be a composite
for the entire project.  State in the "Basis of Estimate" the General
Requirements cost associated with each project.  A composite summary sheet
is also required.  Costs from the separate summary sheets must be directly
transferable to the composite summary sheet.  Example of composite summary
sheet:
PROJECTS "A", "B", "C", & "D"
General Requirements .........$200,000
PROJECT "A" (Special Project "X")
FACILITY "A"
Minor Construction ...........$200,000
Repair .......................$100,000
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