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Maintenance ..................$ 50,000
Equipment Installation .......$100,000
Subtotal .............$450,000
FACILITY "B"
Minor Construction ...........$150,000
Repair .......................$150,000
Maintenance ..................$100,000
Subtotal .............$400,000
PROJECT "B" (Special Project "Y")
FACILITY "C"
Minor Construction ...........$250,000
Maintenance ..................$100,000
Subtotal .............$350,000
PROJECT "C" (MILCON P-XXXX)
$6,000,000
PROJECT "D" (MILCON P-YYYY)
$8,000,000
Total .......$15,400,000
9.3.9  Air Force Projects:  Submit a Project Cost Estimate Worksheet, AF
Form 1178, Exhibit C, Basis of Estimate, and a detailed cost estimate with
each submission.
9.3.10
Level of Detail:
9.3.10.1  Material and Equipment Listings: Itemize in sufficient detail to
enable a reviewer to determine the full scope of work required.  Size,
material quality, and type of item shall be part of the description to
enable unit cost verification without constant reference to drawings and
specifications.
9.3.10.2  Quantity Takeoff:  Must be accurate since it is the basis of the
estimate.  A reasonable allowance for trimming, overlap, waste, breakage,
etc. normally experienced should be included where applicable.  Do not
"Lump Sum" and "Job" or similar expressions as a quantity entry unless no
alternative is possible or unless the cost is very minor.
9.3.11  Pricing:  Develop pricing as unit costs following trade practice.
Include extraordinary expenses such as travel, subsistence, premium pay and
similar costs as separate items in field overhead.  Support major material
and equipment costs by quotes from manufacturers or suppliers and include
anticipated discounts at time of bidding due to competition among suppliers
(see Exhibit D).  For some items the discount is quite high and should be
anticipated at all stages of estimating.  Identify quoted prices in the
estimate with material supplier, point of contact, telephone number, and
date of quote.  Modify the unit prices provided in the CHPB99 database, as
well as any other database used, to reflect quantity discounts, local
variation, and project specific requirements.
9.3.12  Escalation:  The term denotes a probable cost rise resulting from
material and wage price increases or other factors associated with
inflation.  Escalate estimates to the assumed mid-point of construction
from the assumed bid opening date.  Contact PACNAVFACENGCOM Specifications
and Cost Engineering Branch for the latest escalation rates to be used for
budget cost estimates (see Exhibit E).  Escalate DD 1391 PLUSs and
Parametric Cost Estimates (PCE) to an assumed mid-point of construction
based on a bid opening date of 1 April of the fiscal year in which the
project is to be funded for construction (e.g. for a FY99 project the
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