EXPLANATION AN0 SCOPE OF STANDARDS
T h e s e s t a n d a r d s apply to brush painting a prepared surface that is within
reach when standing. T a s k t i m e s t a n d a r d s f o r s u r f a c e p r e p a r a t i o n a n d
ladder use must be added as required.
The door size that was selected for brush painting is 3'X7' and the window
size that was selected is 3'-8" X 5'-0".
These task time standards were developed for one coat application, but may
be used for multiple coats by occurrencing the unit hours as needed. These
standards are to be used for priming and applying finish coats.
When painting pipes or columns in excess of 8" in diameter, use the task
time standard for painting metal surface (PT-106).
Task time standard for exposed wood rafters (PT-129) is in units of linear
feet of roof.
Wiping cloth, brushes, paint, buckets, drop cloths, stirring paddles,
prying tool, screwdriver, hammer, solvents, pigments, fire or safety
permits, fire extinguisher, warning tags or signs, barricades, safety
6. JOB PHASE DESCRIPTION
Brush paint one coat on inside surface of door, door jamb, two
windows and related trim in Room 197.
(Door is 3' X 7' and windows are six panes
over six panes.)
9. EPS ESTIMATED TIME
Paint one side of door, one coat
Paint one side of door jamb/casing, one coat
Paint one side of two windows, one coat
Add surface preparation and ladder use if
appropriate to complete craft time.
TOTALS (Craft &