Quantcast Facilities Engineering Job Estimating (FEJE) Module

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The purpose of the Work Identification and Status submodule is to develop
and maintain a workload identification system, to provide planning and status
data on work from its reception to completion, and to control planning of work
to facilitate shoploading and scheduling.  After work is completed, the files
are transferred from an "active" file to a "history" file and kept for
comparative analyses.
The Shopload Planning submodule provides a plan for scheduling work to the
PW Shops and relates the PWD backlog to manpower available for accomplishment.
The Operating Plan submodule records funding commitments, obligations, and
expenditures.  This permits management to forecast resource distribution over
the available manpower and projected workload.  The integration of work load
and resources allows continuous evaluation and prioritization of the backlog.
The Contract Status submodule is a file which tracks work orders
programmed for contract performance.  This status information is used by the
FME Division to detect potential scheduling conflicts with the in-house work
force.
FACILITIES ENGINEERING JOB ESTIMATING (FEJE) MODULE
The FEJE Module is a computerized version of the Engineered Performance
Standards (EPS) Handbooks, NAVFAC P-700 series, which provide for both scoping
and detailed estimates.  It is designed primarily to estimate jobs that are to
be accomplished by in-house personnel, but can also serve as a baseline for
work accomplished under contracts.
FEJE uses Work Codes and standards contained in the Unit Price Standards
(UPS) Handbook, NAVFAC P-716.0, to generate scoping estimates.  The UPS
include per unit labor requirements by craft, material requirements by type,
and special equipment by description to provide a per unit dollar estimate
which is extended by the number of units in the job to develop the overall
estimate.  The unit data is tailored by applying local prices for labor,
material, and equipment.  Activities can also enter historical data to provide
a basis for additional non-UPS scoping estimates. The Planner and Estimator
can modify the line item extensions, if appropriate, to more properly reflect
a specific job's content.  Hardcopy estimates, including the job description,
unit and extended quantities and associated costs, are generated for each Work
Code.
FEJE utilizes the EPS standards and procedures to generate detailed
estimates.  Each job is structured into job phases and tasks within each
phase.  FEJE guides the Planner and Estimator to the most appropriate task
time standard through a series of tutorial screen displays and through the use
of a Key Word Index. Slotting is accommodated and task time standards are
recorded for specific tasks within a phase. Non-EPS based tasks are entered
by the user while developing the job estimate and nomograph factors are
automatically calculated.  Thus, a Job Phase Calculation Sheet including job
identification and description is developed after each phase.  Upon completion
of all job phases, the FEJE Module produces a hardcopy Job Phase Calculation
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