CEE 498 - HW4

CEE 498 - HW4 - CEE 489 Fall 2004 HW 4 Assumptions:...

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CEE 489 Fall 2004 HW 4 Assumptions: Construction costs are distributed evenly over the time period. Contractor gets paid by owner on the first of each month. Month “0” on diagram is January 1. State all other assumptions you make. 1. For the attached diagram. .... a. Create the total cost curve. Total Cost Curve 0 55000 110000 165000 220000 275000 330000 385000 440000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Month Cumulative Cost b. Create the contractor’s income profile that would be ideal for the contractor vs. the cost curve.

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Ideal for Contractor vs. Cost Curve 0 55000 110000 165000 220000 275000 330000 385000 440000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Month Cumulative Cost Total Cost Curve Income Profile c. Create the contractor’s income profile that would be ideal for the owner vs. the cost curve. Ideal for Owner vs. Cost Curve 0 55000 110000 165000 220000 275000 330000 385000 440000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Month Income Profile Total Cost Curve d. Create a realistic income profile that has the contractor financing the entire project vs. the cost curve.
Realistic for Contractor Financing vs. Cost Curve

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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course CEE ID taught by Professor Russeljeffries during the Spring '10 term at Wisconsin.

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CEE 498 - HW4 - CEE 489 Fall 2004 HW 4 Assumptions:...

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