KIC000005 - Sitework Lab(50 pts Page numbers-1 if note done...

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Unformatted text preview: Sitework Lab (50 pts) Page numbers ---1 if note done Summary and Assumptions (10 pts) • Swell factor and formwork set back provided • Linear fall within grid lines • Equipment required • Type offormwork used • Location adjustment • Time adjustment • Bank slope Quantity of mass excavation (within range}-5pts Quantity of wall footings (structural excavation}-5 pts Quantity of Column footings (structural excavation}-5 pts Quantity ofstructural excavation for elevator shaft}-5 pts Granular fill for S.O.G. & walls}-5 pts Haul quantity-5 pts Pricing (within range}-I 0 pts Still some issues with formatting and ease offollowing the estimate. Concrete Lab (50 pts) No points off for organization-5 pts Assumptions (e.g., formwork reuses and granular fill depth}-5 pts Bare Costs • Continuous Footings (concrete, formwork, rebar, granular fill, embeds, keyway}-15 pts • Column Footings (concrete, formwork, rebar, granular fill, embed}-15 pts Takeoff-I 0 pts Other considerations: pricing, location adjustment, and identify Means source code) Sitework Costing (comparing common backfill versus flowable fill) (50 pts) Key is that the flowable fill will be more expensive than using common backfill Assumptions: • Bare costs AND costs with overhead and profit required • Time and location adjustment • Provide a cost per CY for both options • Include appropriate materials, labor, Equipment (e.g., loader, compactors), small tools, consumables, soil testing for common backfill approach • Include appropriate materials, labor, small tools, and supervision for flowable fill approach ConE 421 - Construction Estimating Fall 2010 Points - 50 Date: November 9, 2010 Due: November 16,2010 Mechanical/Electrical Estimating Using the plans and specifications for the First American Bank and the Means Building Construction Cost Data, complete the following problem, List any assumptions you make, Develop a cost estimate (excluding overhead and profit) for the following electrical scope: I, Main Distribution Panel (MDP) (include panel and breakers) 2. Panel P-2 (include conduit and wire from the MDP and the breakers)-note the TYSS-2 is a surge protection device located outside of the panel. 3. All costs associated with installing the lighting and power for P-2 (includes fixtures, receptacles, switches, conduit, wire, and homeruns to P-2) Develop a cost estimate (excluding overhead and profit) for the following mechanical/plumbing scope: I. Lower Level sanitary pipe (include waste and vent pipes to first floor level) 2. Lower Level CW and HW service to all fixtures (i.e., sinks, toilets, EWCs, water heater), Include CW valves and metering. 3, Lower Level HV AC (including furnaces, condensing units, gas piping supply, ductwork, diffusers, and returns) ConE 421 - Construction Estimating Fall 2010 Points - 50 Assigned: October 26, 20 I 0 Due: November 2, 2010 Steel Estimating Using the plans and specifications for the First American Bank and the Means Building Construction...
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