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Exhibit MSD 77C BMP12 - Preliminary StudiesMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer District BMP 12 – PRELIMINARY STUDIES February 25, 2011 Revision: 0 Watershed Facility Planning - SSO Control Plan Development Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Jacobs Engineering Group 2350 Market Street 501 North Broadway St. Louis, MO 63103-2555 St Louis, MO 63102 (314) 768 6200 (314) 335 4000 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Plan Development Best Management Practices Manual SSOCPD Activity 4 BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies i February 25, 2011 PREFACE Sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) control is a critical component of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) Watershed Facility Planning project. MSD has developed a multiyear SSO Control Plan Development (SSOCPD) program to outline a cost-effective approach for eliminating constructed SSO discharges into area receiving streams and mitigating other sanitary sewer capacity issues during wet weather events. To assist this effort, guidance in the form of Technical Memorandums (TMs) and Best Management Practices (BMPs) is utilized. TMs focus on specific activities associated with SSO Control Plan Development; a series of 40 TMs have been prepared and compiled in a companion Technical Memorandum Manual to present the sequence of tasks, describe the approach, and outline the processes integral to accomplishing the objectives of the program. In contrast, BMPs, such as this one, have been developed to document standard procedures for major tasks associated with SSOCPD execution to enable all program participants to follow a consistent approach in performance of these tasks. As of this date, the BMPs below will be utilized in performing work associated with the following aspects of the SSOCPD program: •BMP 1 Alternative Solutions Evaluation •BMP 2 Capacity Evaluation •BMP 3 CCTV and Condition Inspections •BMP 4 Cost Estimating •BMP 5 Design Storm Tool •BMP 6 Flow Monitoring •BMP 7 Flow Monitoring Data Interpretation •BMP 8 I/I Investigations •BMP 9 I/I Prioritization Scope •BMP 10 Modeling (XP-SWMM + HYDRA) •BMP 11 MSD Design Requirements / Construction Specifications •BMP 12 Preliminary Studies •BMP 13 Priority Ranking System •BMP 14 Project Database •BMP 15 Project Definitions •BMP 16 Pump Station Data •BMP 17 Radar Rainfall Data •BMP 18 Rehabilitation Evaluation •BMP 19 Report Development Guide •BMP 20 Shared Electronic Workspace •BMP 21 SSO Control Master Plan Preparation •BMP 22 Updating Constructed SSO Database •BMP 23 Updating Facility Maps •BMP 24 Watershed SSO Control Plan Report Preparation •BMP 25 WWTF Service Area SSO Control Plan Report Preparation Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Plan Development Best Management Practices Manual SSOCPD Activity 4 BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies ii February 25, 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 PURPOSE ................................................................................................................... 1 2.0 AUDIENCE................................................................................................................. 1 3.0 RESOURCES.............................................................................................................. 1 4.0 DESCRIPTION.......................................................................................................... 2 List of Figures Figure 1. Preliminary Study Tasks Flow Chart Appendices Appendix A Table of Contents for “Preliminary Studies Guidebook” Revision Summary Revision Date Comments 0 02/25/11 Draft BMP for comment Doc. Ref.: C5X59901/40004/BMP12 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Plan Development Best Management Practices Manual SSOCPD Activity 4 BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies 1 February 25, 2011 1.0 PURPOSE The purpose of BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies is to assist in the preparation of sound preliminary engineering studies of potential MSD projects identified in its Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). Preliminary engineering studies are performed by MSD, or its agents, to validate project needs, ready projects for final design or, in some cases, a pre-design phase, and provide reasonable budget cost estimates. The Preliminary Studies BMP, including the associated Preliminary Studies Guidebook, is intended to improve the efficiency and quality of the studies by providing: 1) a standard process and consistent presentation for preliminary studies and associated information needs, 2) a detailed description, with guidance, of the major tasks involved in the process, and 3) identification of resources associated with each of the tasks. BMP 12 and the Preliminary Studies Guidebook are primarily associated with infrastructure (sanitary sewer system and combined sewer system) projects; however, much of the content is also applicable to storm water projects. 2.0 AUDIENCE The users of this Preliminary Studies BMP include MSD planning engineers and MSD engineering consultants that prepare preliminary studies. Completed preliminary studies have a variety of users including MSD planning engineers, MSD design engineers, MSD design project managers, engineering consultants to MSD for project predesign and final design, SA/W Teams, and WM Teams. 3.0 RESOURCES The Preliminary Studies Guidebook is the primary resource to assist in performing preliminary studies, and it is incorporated into this BMP by reference. The Table of Contents for the Guidebook, including a listing of its appendices, is provided in Appendix A; electronic files and a pdf version of the document exist on the Jacobs St. Louis Office network at the following location: P:\ENVIRON\PROJECTS\C5X59900 (MSD Planning)\800 DELIV\810 PREL\General\Guidebook Paper copies of the Guidebook are located in the Jacobs Environmental Library and have been furnished to MSD and Jacobs personnel that are most directly involved with the performance of preliminary studies. Additional resources available to users of this BMP include the following personnel: •Karen Janson – Preliminary Studies Coordinator (MSD) E-mail: kbsnee@stlmsd.com Phone: 314-768-2777 •Steve Hornung – Preliminary Studies Manager (Jacobs) E-mail: Steven.Hornung@jacobs.com Phone: 314-335-4351 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Plan Development Best Management Practices Manual SSOCPD Activity 4 BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies 2 February 25, 2011 4.0 DESCRIPTION There are seven overall tasks/steps in completing a preliminary study. The Preliminary Studies Guidebook provides detailed discussion of each of these major tasks, illustrated in Figure 1. Each task falls within a particular task category - Research (Information Gathering), Analysis, or Report Development - and is critical in conducting a thorough examination of any proposed project. These tasks are discussed briefly below. Task 1, Existing Project Record Review, is the first step in performing each preliminary study. The engineer reviews MSD’s existing file for the proposed project as well as project information from the relevant SKME Service Area Report. These resources will familiarize the engineer with the project and will serve as a springboard for further research. Guidelines for this task are presented in Section 2 of the Guidebook. Task 2, Project Extent Mapping, involves the creation of project extent maps for reference and use in conducting more detailed project research. Guidelines for this task are presented in Section 3 of the Guidebook. Task 3, Detailed Data Collection, involves an extensive review of all pertinent project information that can be discovered by means of records review internally, at the District, or from other involved parties (e.g., utilities, municipalities). Guidelines for this task are presented in Section 4 of the Guidebook. Task 4, Site Visit, involves a visit to the proposed project site to confirm and supplement information found in the detailed records review and to identify and investigate possible alternatives and alignments for the project. Guidelines for this task are presented in Section 5 of the Guidebook. Task 5, Alternatives Analysis, includes both alternatives development and hydraulic analysis of existing and proposed project sewers. Guidelines for this task are presented in Section 6 of the Guidebook. Task 6, Preliminary Design, involves preliminary design (alignment, pipe sizes, lengths, slope, etc.) of the selected alternative or alternatives, and includes preparation of plan and profile drawings. Guidelines for this task are presented in Section 7 of the Guidebook. Task 7, Report Development, is the final task in preparing each preliminary study. The final report is organized into four main sections, which represent sub-tasks for this step: Memorandum (text portion), Exhibit (project map), Cost Estimate, and Project Ranking (Priority Rating). Guidelines for these sub-tasks are outlined in Section 8 of the Guidebook. Additional guidance associated with quantity take-offs for cost estimating purposes and the development of preliminary study cost estimates is included in the Preliminary Studies Cost Estimate Guidelines appended to the Guidebook. MSD’s Guidelines for Preparing Preliminary Engineering Project Studies, are included in Appendix A of the Guidebook. This document contains the District’s 18- step approach to performing a preliminary engineering study, and includes specific Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Plan Development Best Management Practices Manual SSOCPD Activity 4 BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies 3 February 25, 2011 guidelines for preparation of the project exhibit. Much of the information contained in this document is discussed and, in most cases, expanded upon in the Guidebook. Subsequent to the December 2006 revision, certain information in the Guidebook has become outdated. While the overall process remains unchanged, selected details (e.g., reference locations, software descriptions, personnel) are no longer current/relevant. Additionally, emphasis has been placed on more aggressively addressing infiltration and inflow reduction via preliminary studies. These changes have been communicated in various ways (weekly meetings, memoranda, e-mail, etc.) to all those responsible for performing preliminary studies. Nonetheless, the December 2006 Preliminary Studies Guidebook provides the basic framework for performance of preliminary studies, and should be relied upon as the starting point for understanding the requirements and procedures to be followed in preparing preliminary study reports. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Plan Development Best Management Practices Manual SSOCPD Activity 4 BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies 4 February 25, 2011 Analysis Figure 1. Preliminary Study Tasks Flow Chart Report Existing Project Record Review Project Extent Mapping Customer Complaints Project Data MSD Files and Database Information CCTV and I/I Reports Utility Maps Site Visit Alternatives Analysis and Selection Hydraulic Analysis Preliminary Design Project Ranking Memorandum Research Cost Estimate Other Information Exhibit 1 Detailed Data Collection Alternatives Analysis Report Development Flow Meter Data Existing Hydraulics Information Operations/ Engineering Input 2 3 4 5 6 7 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Plan Development Best Management Practices Manual SSOCPD Activity 4 BMP 12 – Preliminary Studies February 25, 2011 Appendix A Table of Contents for “Preliminary Studies Guidebook” Appendices Preliminary Studies Guidebook ii December 2006 Appendix A MSD’s Preliminary Studies Guidelines (3 pages) Appendix B Preliminary Studies: References - B1. Relevant File Locations (Jacobs Network) (4 pages) - B2. Preliminary Study Task List Guidance Summary (7 pages) - B3. Preliminary Studies Personnel (1 page) - B4. Infrastructure Codes (1 page) - B5. Hansen Complaints: Problem and Resolution Codes (2 pages) - B6. USGS Elevation Conversion (1 page) - B7. MSD Operations/Engineering Contacts (1 page) Appendix C Preliminary Study Execution: Forms, Guides, and Tools Administrative - Preliminary Study Task List Form (1 page) - Weekly Preliminary Study Status Report (1 page) - Preliminary Study Planning Chart Example (1 page) - Preliminary Study Folder Contents (1 page) Data Collection - Complaints Coverage Form (1 page) - Engineering Complaints Database(Access) Directions (2 pages) - Related Project Plans – Inventory List (2 pages) - MIKEVIEW Contents Screen Capture (1 page) Site Visit - Site Visit Checklist (2 pages) - Safe Plan of Action Forms (4 pages) - Manhole Survey Sheet (1 page) Alternatives Analysis - Pipe Capacity Spreadsheet Example (1 page) Report Development - Preliminary Study Memorandum (Report) Template (3 pages) - Project Ranking Worksheet (1 page) - CIRP Elimination Form (1 page) Appendix D MSD Grid and Watershed Map (1 page) Appendix E MSD Central Files: Procedures for Consultants (1 page) Appendix F Cost Estimate Guidelines (65 pages) Appendix G QA/QC Information (4 pages) Appendix H Examples of Preliminary Studies (in 5 individual pockets) - Valley Sanitary Relief - CSO – Claytonia Terrace and Dale Ave CSO Interceptor (I- 101A, 101B) Separation, Preliminary Study - Western Mill Creek Combined Sewer System - Lang Royce Lateral Sanitary Relief (SKME-320) - Mattese Main Trunk Sanitary Relief (SKME-439) Appendix F Cost Estimate Guidelines (65 pages) Preliminary Studies Guidebook December 2006 Preliminary Studies Cost Estimate Guidelines Watershed Facility Planning Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District JACOBS December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines TABLE OF CONTENTS PART I – OVERVIEW ...........................................................................................................1 A. CIPRO..................................................................................................................................1 B. COST ESTIMATE PROCESS............................................................................................1 PART II – PAY ITEMS AND QUANTITIES.......................................................................2 A. PAY ITEMS.........................................................................................................................2 B. COST ESTIMATE BACKUP SPREADSHEET.................................................................5 1. Section 1 – Items Contributing to ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’....................................5 2. Section 2 – Additional Items Contributing to ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ Total....11 3. Section 3 – Additional Items Contributing to ‘Project Total’......................................13 C. EARTHWORK SPREADSHEET.....................................................................................13 PART III – COSTS................................................................................................................15 A. PRE-CIPRO: ENGINEER’S COST ESTIMATE SPREADSHEET.................................15 B. ENGINEERING COST BREAKDOWN SPREADSHEET .............................................16 C. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REMOVAL WORK (SPECIALTY ESTIMATES)...........19 LIST OF TABLES Table 1. CIPRO Categories and Common Pay Items................................................................3 LIST OF ATTACHMENTS Attachment 1 Cost Estimate Backup Spreadsheet (Example/Template) Attachment 2 Earthwork Spreadsheet (Example/Template) Attachment 3 Pre-CIPRO: Engineer’s Cost Estimate Spreadsheet (Example/Template) Attachment 4 Engineering Cost Breakdown Spreadsheet (Example/Template) Attachment 5 Alphabetical Listing of CIPRO Pay Items i December 2006 PRELIMINARY STUDIES: COST ESTIMATE GUIDELINES This document presents guidelines and procedures for preparing preliminary engineering study cost estimates, with the objective of producing consistent, reasonable estimates, and appropriate and standardized backup information and documentation. These guidelines are divided into three parts. Part I provides an overview of the cost estimating process associated with preliminary studies. Part II discusses the identification of relevant construction-related line items and development of associated quantities. Part III explains the procedures associated with obtaining and using cost information to develop the Project Total cost. I. OVERVIEW After developing the preliminary design, including pipe sizing and plan/profile information, preparation of the cost estimate can begin. Standard approaches, spreadsheets, and unit costs have been developed and are to be utilized by the Engineer in preparing the cost estimate for preliminary studies. Preparation of the cost estimate involves the following three distinct and sequential, but interrelated, activities: 1) identification of pay items, 2) development of quantities, and 3) determination of costs. Following this brief overview of the cost estimating process, including the interrelationships among these three activities, each of the activities is described more thoroughly in Part II (pay items and quantities) and Part III (costs) of these guidelines. The common thread associated with these three activities is that all are based on a cost database called CIPRO. A. CIPRO CIPRO is MSD’s customized cost database, a system wide Oracle-based platform. This extensive cost database is derived from MSD’s history of completed projects. The usefulness and reliability of this database is enhanced by MSD’s utilization of Standard Construction Specifications (the Gold Book) in the preparation of contract documents for the construction of sewers and drainage facilities. Since construction contractors are required to break down their bid prices into distinct Pay Items as defined in the Gold Book, MSD is able to regularly enhance and update unit costs for Pay Items in CIPRO based on actual bid price data from recent MSD construction projects in the St. Louis area. In addition to tracking bid price data and identifying unit costs, the CIPRO database also includes cost estimates associated with preliminary study projects and final design projects. B. COST ESTIMATE PROCESS As discussed in Part II of these Cost Estimate Guidelines, the CIPRO database includes over a thousand Pay Items, classified into nineteen construction work Pay Item categories. However, typically well under fifty construction Pay Items are utilized in a preliminary study cost estimate, and most of these are usually associated with a relatively small pool of commonly used Pay Items. Selection of appropriate Pay Items and development of the Cost Page 1 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Estimate Backup spreadsheet (Attachment 1) is the first step in the cost estimate process. Quantities for the various Pay Items associated with the preliminary study project are developed and documented directly on this spreadsheet; occasionally the associated Pay Item cost is also calculated on the spreadsheet. If necessary, a companion Earthwork spreadsheet (Attachment 2) is employed to calculate quantities for selected items where extensive tabulations are warranted. These two spreadsheets are referred to collectively as the “quantities spreadsheets”. Once construction Pay Items and quantities are determined, costs are developed as described in Part III of these Cost Estimate Guidelines. The cost estimate for a preliminary study includes two components: the Pre-CIPRO1: Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet (Attachment 3) and the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet (Attachment 4). These two spreadsheets are referred to collectively as the “cost spreadsheets”. To initiate the costing process, the Pay Items and associated quantities from the quantities spreadsheets are entered into the Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet program, together with the appropriate CIPRO unit prices. Engineering and other ancillary, non-construction costs are estimated using the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet. Templates for all four Excel spreadsheets introduced above can be found electronically in the Forms, Templates, and Tools folder on the Jacobs network at the following location: P:\ENVIRON\PROJECTS\C5X59900 (MSD Planning)\800DELIV\810PREL\General\. II. PAY ITEMS AND QUANTITIES This portion of the Cost Estimate Guidelines focuses on providing guidance and direction for identifying the various cost estimate line items (Pay Items) that contribute to a project’s total construction cost, and developing associated quantities. Following an introduction to the CIPRO Pay Item Database, use of the two quantities spreadsheets is discussed. A. PAY ITEMS The MSD CIPRO database includes over a thousand Pay Items; typically only a fraction of these are applicable to most preliminary studies. An alphabetical listing of available CIPRO Pay Items is presented in CIPRO Pay Items - Alphabetical Listing.doc; this tabulation is appended to these Cost Estimate Guidelines as Attachment 5, and can be found electronically in the References folder on the Jacobs network at the following location: P:\ENVIRON\PROJECTS\C5X59900 (MSD Planning)\800DELIV\810PREL\General\. MSD has divided these construction work Pay Items into nineteen categories that reflect major components of sanitary and stormwater sewer construction projects. These nineteen Pay Item categories are presented below on Table 1, CIPRO Categories and Common Pay Items, together with some typically utilized Pay Items. These more common Pay Items as listed in Table 1 are also described in the Cost Estimate Backup discussion that follows. 1 The ‘Pre-CIPRO: Engineer’s Cost Estimate’, hereinafter referred to as the ‘Engineer’s Cost Estimate’, utilizes Pay Items and costs from the CIPRO database. It is referred to as “Pre-CIPRO” to alert MSD and other users that data presented on the Engineer’s Cost Estimate has not yet been entered into the CIPRO database. Page 2 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) TABLE 1. CIPRO CATEGORIES AND COMMON PAY ITEMS CATEGORIES PAY ITEMS COMMONLY USED IN PRELIMINARY STUDY ESTIMATES1,2,3Category 1: Excavation, Fill, and Backfill Excavation, Fill, and Backfill• Excavation Class “A” (9 – CY) • Excavation Class “C” (7 – CY) Streets, Roads, Curbs, and Other Paved Areas• Granular Backfill (127 – CY) Category 2: Corrugated Metal Pipe - Category 3: Ductile Iron Pipe Sewer Creek Crossing• Ductile Iron Pipe Sewer [various diameters and classes] (varies – LF) Category 4: PVC and VCP Pipe • Pipe Sewer [various diameters] (Sanitary /Combined) (varies – LF) Category 5: Reinforced Concrete Pipe Sewer • Reinforced Concrete Pipe Sewer [various diameters and classes] (varies – LF) Category 6: Pipe in Tunnel Sewer • Pipe in Tunnel [various diameters] (varies – LF) Category 7: Fittings, Concrete Collars, and Connections • Connection to Existing Manhole (8” thru 24” Pipe) (99 – PL)) • Foulwater Drop - [various diameters] (varies – EA) • Wye 06 Inch on 08 Inch Pipe (110 – EA) Category 8: Concrete Channel Construction Concrete Channels• Channel Reinforced Concrete Bottom [various thicknesses] (varies – SY) • Channel Reinforced Concrete Vertical Sides [various thicknesses] (varies – SY) Category 9: Connections to Channel Construction - Category 10: Miscellaneous Channel Construction - Category 11: Box Culverts - Category 12: Manholes and Inlets Junction Chambers• Junction Chamber – Reinforced Concrete - [various sizes] (varies – EA) Manholes and Inlets• Bottom Section of Manhole – [> or = 27INCH PIPE] (varies – EA) • Manhole - Standard Construction (52 – LF) • Manhole Cover Seals (1759 – EA) • Manhole Frame Seals (1760 – EA) Page 3 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Category 13: Pavements and Sidewalks Streets, Roads, Curbs, and Other Paved Areas• Curb and Gutter – Concrete Removal and Replacement (137 – LF) • Sidewalks & Driveways Concrete – Rem. and Rep. (133 – SY) • Street Pavement – Asphaltic Concrete Rem. and Rep. (134 – SY) • Street Pavement –Concrete Rem. and Rep. (131 – SY) Category 14: Site Restoration • Abandonment – Pipe Fill (122 – CY) • Abandonment – Structure (123 – EA) Creek Crossing• Rip Rap (2546 – SY) • Rock Blanket (130 – SY) Seeding and Sodding • Seeding (142 – SY) • Sodding – [various grass types] (varies – SY) Category 15: Special Pay Items • Bypass Pumping (1351 – LS) • Clearing (1763 – LS) • Downspout Disconnection (2717 – EA)4 • Sanitary Sewer Cleanout (1862 – EA)4 • Sewer Separation / Driveway Disconnect (2653 – EA)4 Category 16: Percentage of Cost Items - Category 17: Sewer Rehabilitation Sewer Rehabilitation• CIPP Liner – [various diameters and thicknesses] (varies – LF)4 • Manhole Rehabilitation (1699 – LF)4 Category 18: Low Pressure Force Main Systems - Category 19: Construction • Cleaning and TV [various diameters] (varies – LF)4 • Sanitary Lateral, 6” (2056 – LF) 1. Underlined headings represent a descriptive grouping used for convenience in Cost Estimate Guidelines and/or Cost Estimate Back-Up spreadsheet. 2. Associated CIPRO Pay Item number and pay unit follow in parentheses. 3. Bracketed italics indicate multiple variations of Pay Item. This usually occurs when specific Pay Item to be used is dependent on dimension of Pay Item. 4. Pay Item pertains to CSO & I/I removal projects in particular. References for unit costs associated with this item may include the following: 2005 bid costs from the University City Pilot Program for Private Property Separation (“U City”); 2003 to 2005 bids to MSD for CIPP and for CCTV and Physical Inspection (including sewer cleaning); and an 8/4/05 MSD/Jacobs meeting on cost estimating. Page 4 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) B. COST ESTIMATE BACKUP SPREADSHEET The Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet is prepared by the Engineer to provide details associated with each of the various Pay Items2. This spreadsheet identifies Pay Items and calculates quantities, and occasionally costs, for these Pay Items. Each Pay Item listed on the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet is subsequently presented on the Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet. A Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet that includes examples of the most common Pay Items, including formulas for many of the calculations, is included as Attachment 1. This example is available electronically in the aforementioned Forms, Templates, and Tools folder on the Jacobs network and can be used as a starting template. The Engineer should copy this spreadsheet, or a completed spreadsheet from a similar preliminary study that employs the format of Attachment 1, into the study project’s 810.##### ANALYSIS folder as the initial step in the cost estimating process. The Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet consists of three sections. Section 1, Items Contributing to ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’, comprises the bulk of the spreadsheet; the actual Pay Items presented in Section 1 are selected by the Engineer to accomplish construction of the project proposed by the preliminary study. Section 2, Additional Items Contributing to ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ Total, presents information associated with three specific elements of the construction project – ‘Mobilization’, ‘Utility Relocation’, and ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’. Finally, Section 3, Additional Items Contributing to ‘Project Total’, summarizes information associated with the ‘Contingencies’ and ‘MSD Engineering, Legal, and Administrative’ aspects of the project. Each of these three Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet sections is discussed in turn below; some of the guidance presented below, particularly with respect to determination of quantities, is also included at respective locations in the body of the spreadsheet. 1. Section 1 – Items Contributing to ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’3 Section 1 is the portion of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet where, with the exception of ‘Mobilization’, ‘Utility Relocation’, and ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’, all construction Pay Items associated with the project’s MSD Construction Estimate are developed. Pay Items required for the project, including cost estimate Line Item Number and associated MSD Pay Item Number, are to be listed alphabetically on the spreadsheet. In developing the list of Pay Items to be included in Section 1, the Engineer should examine the requirements of the preliminary design in conjunction with the following: • Pay Items employed previously for similar projects • Commonly used Pay Items presented in Table 1 • Alphabetical listing of available CIPRO Pay Items in Attachment 5. 2 For clarity, individual Pay Items or line items employed on the various spreadsheets are identified in the discussion below through the use of ‘single quotation marks’. 3 (‘Preceding Pay Items Total’ is included on the Engineer's Cost Estimate spreadsheet and is a summation of costs for all Section 1 Pay Items associated with the estimate.) Page 5 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Generally the information presented in Section 1 for each Pay Item includes a listing of quantities, performance of limited computations, and documentation of pertinent notes and assumptions. Additionally, for Pay Items where the Unit Price in the subsequent Engineer’s Cost Estimate differs from the current CIPRO unit prices, the Cost Estimate Backup also identifies the unit cost to be used for the Pay Item, including any relevant assumptions or documentation. However, while unit prices may be adjusted up or down to reflect project specific conditions, for instance highly-confined versus wide-open construction conditions, such adjustments typically are more applicable to final design estimates than preliminary study estimates. As noted above, the Pay Items generally correlate to specific components of the work as described in MSD’s Standard Construction Specifications for Sewers and Drainage Facilities; the 2000 Revision is the current version of this document. The information presented therein includes standard details of sewer construction in addition to Pay Item definitions and should be referred to as necessary to supplement the discussion below. Information and considerations associated with the most commonly used Pay Items and descriptive groupings, correlating to listings presented in Table 1, is presented alphabetically below. Abandonment • ‘Abandonment – Pipe Fill’ is grout fill. This should be used under paved areas (cost per cu yd). For abandonment of pipe in open areas, the pipe should be plugged. The plugging is negligible in cost and is not included in the preliminary cost estimate. • ‘Abandonment – Structure’ is a unit cost (Each) that covers granular backfill of a manhole after knocking down the manhole 2 to 3 ft below grade. For estimating purposes, a junction chamber is considered equivalent to three manhole structures. Bypass Pumping • Lump sum cost development based on construction duration calendar days and daily cost for pump and operation. • To determine construction duration calendar days, use 75 to 100 ft of pipe installed per work day for smaller pipe sizes, and 50 to 75 ft per day for larger pipe sizes, and multiply the resulting number of work days by 1.6. • Estimate 1.6 x number of work days = calendar days. • Daily cost for pump and operation, including labor and piping, depends on size of pump and sewer; use $400 per day for large sewers of 48-inch diameter or more; $350 per day for medium size sewers (18-inch to 42-inch); and $300 to $350 per day for smaller sewers(less than 18-inch diameter); use calendar days (not work days). • Consider standby pump requirement as included in above. • Bypass pumping for sewer rehabilitation may be different than sewer replacement. An assumption of ft of pipe rehabilitated per day must be made. This can be dependent on the diameter of the lining. Connection to Existing Manhole • ‘Connection to Existing Manhole (8” thru 24” Pipe)’ is applicable for 8 to 24-inch pipe connections where manhole is not replaced. Page 6 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Concrete Channels • Determine square yards for construction or replacement of reinforce concrete bottoms and sides. If thickness unknown, use typical concrete slab and wall thickness of 12- inch for drainage channels and similar structures. Cleaning and TV • This Pay Item provides for CCTV and Physical Inspection. • Identify segment(s), including pipe diameter, and length of sewer proposed for CCTV. Generally assume light cleaning and utilize latest CIPRO unit costs. If heavy cleaning is deemed to be required, state basis for assumption and adjust unit cost accordingly. Similarly increase unit cost if, as part of the project, CCTV is only proposed for a relatively short amount of sewer. • For sewer separation projects, if the former combined sewer is proposed for use as the sanitary sewer, need to include CCTV inspection of the sewer with the cost estimate. Clearing • Lump sum cost typically developed based on acreage. • Typical corridor width of 20 to 50 ft, depending on trench depth. Assume clearing width equals two times the sewer depth, with a minimum width of 20 ft. • Typical cost per acre from $10,000 up to $20,000; say $10,000 on larger projects with a large amount of clearing. Creek Crossings • Use ductile iron pipe (DIP) for creek crossings with less than 3 ft of cover instead of concrete encasement; extend DIP 10 feet beyond top of bank on each side of the creek. DIP appropriate for up to 60-inch diameter. • Extend ductile iron pipe to a manhole if reasonably close (e.g. within 20 ft); transition to regular sewer pipe can be made without a manhole. • Use the heaviest class of DIP if in doubt. • Rock blanket for creek crossings, from top of each bank; rock blanket ~10 ft wide for pipe up to 54 inch, and 15 ft wide for pipe over 54 inch; (grouted rock blanket no longer used – not allowed by Corps of Engineers, MDNR). • Rip rap, rather than rock blanket, is applicable for larger streams with high velocities. • Consider depth under creek bed; provide 3 ft over top of pipe if feasible. Downspout Disconnection • Use defects map - code / house color and amount of flow - to determine downspout disconnect defects. On the defects map, where properties are shown to have a suspected defect, particularly where defect flow is high, downspouts can usually be assumed as the suspected defect. • For each street where downspout disconnection is to be performed as part of the proposed solution, identify the number of properties proposed for downspout disconnection. • Assume 4 downspout disconnections per property proposed for downspout disconnection if most residential properties in the project area are small (0.25acre); Page 7 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) otherwise assume 8 downspout disconnections per property. If downspout disconnections are required at institutions (e.g. schools) or businesses, estimate downspout disconnections for these locations on a case-by-case basis. • Use latest CIPRO unit cost for straightforward downspout disconnections. For properties where downspout disconnections are expected to require ancillary activities to be performed (e.g. gutter flow direction changes, downspout location changes, piping to curb or grade with possible need to cut sidewalk and curb and/or perform repaving, etc.) adjust unit costs per downspout disconnection and document adjusted unit cost on Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet. As guidance in determining adjusted unit cost, typically downspout disconnection efforts requiring moderate to extensive ancillary activities to be performed are approximately $5,000 per property for non-copper construction and $9,000 per property for existing copper construction. Excavation, Fill, and Backfill • Use Class C excavation for all material that is not rock. • Generally use Class A excavation for all material that is rock. • Class B only applies for special types of rock material. It is usually not used at the preliminary study level. However, removal of concrete encased pipe can be considered Class B excavation. • Obtain rock elevations from “As-Builts” for the project sewer or sewer nearby. • North of Hwy 40 there tends to be less rock; south of Hwy 40 more rock. • At ~25 ft or more depth, pipe in tunnel is typically cheaper than open cut. • Excavation unit cost includes backfill except where granular backfill or compacted backfill is required. • ‘Compacted Backfill (Trench)’ is seldom used. One example of use is a trench between two houses, only about 12 ft apart, and compacted backfill was used, in 12- inch lifts, for structural considerations. ‘Compacted Backfill (Trench)’ is not applicable for typical excavation in the front yards of homes. • Excavation unit cost includes trench dewatering until pipe installed. • Coordinate with Earthwork spreadsheet. Foulwater Drop • Pipes less than 15-inch diameter are allowed up to a 2 ft drop within a manhole, without an outside ‘Foulwater Drop’. Drops of more than 2 feet require an outside foulwater drop. Junction Chamber • Use ‘Junction Chamber – Large’ for 54-inch or larger pipes. • Increase unit price if >20 ft deep. Manholes and Inlets • Raise manholes 3 ft in areas within the 100-year floodplain. Do not raise the manholes when objectionable, such as in residential yards. • Replace existing lampholes with manholes. Page 8 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) • Costs of connecting existing lateral sewers to a new manhole are included in new manhole unit costs. • Length between top and bottom section is calculated as ‘Standard Manhole Construction’. • Include ‘Manhole Bottom Section’ unit cost for manholes connected to 27-inch and larger pipes. • Coordinate ‘Standard Manhole Construction’ and ‘Manhole Bottom Section’ with Earthwork spreadsheet. • 15-inch and larger pipes cannot be dropped; must enter at the manhole flow line • In calculating inlet manhole depths and determining when to use ‘Inlet Manhole Top Sections’, refer to pages 67 & 68 of the “Gold Book” (MSD’s Standard Construction Specifications for Sewers and Drainage Facilities, 2000). ‘Inlet Manhole Top Sections’ are used whenever there is an inlet with an incoming pipe. • ‘Manhole Frame Seals’ and ‘Manhole Cover Seals’ are used for manholes located in the floodplain or subject to conditions of overland flooding. Pipe in Tunnel • ‘Pipe in Tunnel’ includes casing pipe, carrier pipe, and Class C excavation. • Additional cost for Class A excavation is based on a minimum 48-inch diameter tunnel. • Coordinate with Earthwork spreadsheet. Pipe Sewer (Sanitary/Combined) • For preliminary studies, calculate the pipe lengths based on the distance from manhole center to center for all types of projects – infrastructure (sanitary and combined sewers) and storm sewer projects. • Use ‘Reinforced Concrete Pipe Sewer’ Pay Item for sewers larger than 27 inches in diameter. Reinforced Concrete Pipe Sewer • Use if the sewer is larger that 27 inches in diameter. Use Class III pipe. • Coordinate with Earthwork spreadsheet. Sanitary Lateral • For lateral extensions, use ‘Sanitary Lateral, 6”’ (CIPRO Pay Item No. 2056). • A variety of other CIPRO Pay Items exist for defects and repairs associated with sanitary laterals; for code yellow or worse lateral defect problem, use ‘Lateral Replacement’ (CIPRO Pay Item No. 2047). These Pay Items may have particular applicability to CSO & I/I removal projects. • Since the I/I survey and associated defect maps, based on smoke testing, do not show some defects (because of trapped lines and other conditions), apply a reasonable factor to adjust the number of defects in preparing the preliminary study cost estimate. Page 9 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Sanitary Sewer Cleanout • ‘Sanitary Sewer Cleanout’ could apply to either a house lateral or small sewer (<12- inches). • Identify the location (e.g. address, intersection, or structure) of each sanitary sewer cleanout to be either raised and capped or replaced. • Based on MSD experience, use $500 per cleanout identified as a defect in lieu of CIPRO unit cost. Seeding and Sodding • 20 ft payline width for both sodding and seeding. • Seeding in any area that has been cleared. • Sodding only for built-up areas with lawns and other similarly maintained areas. • Zoysia or bluegrass sod based on field visit. Sewer Rehabilitation • CIPP liner rehabilitation extent should be based on CCTV, if available. Additionally, the type of pipe should be considered. Typically all concrete sanitary sewer pipe will need to be lined. The extent of clay pipe rehabilitation depends on condition, as indicated by defects/CCTV map color code. • Identify segment(s), including liner diameter, and length of sewer proposed for receiving CIPP liner. Identify manholes targeted for rehabilitation and associated manhole length. • In selecting appropriate CIPRO Pay Item, use thickest liner available for a given diameter. • For projects that involve less than 2,000 feet of CIPP liner rehabilitation, increase the CIPRO unit cost(s) by a factor of 1.5. Similarly, if the average distance between manholes for the entire lining effort is less than 150 feet, increase CIPRO unit cost(s) by a factor of 1.5. If both of the foregoing factors exist, increase the CIPRO unit cost(s) by a factor of 2.0. • Cost for CIPP liner includes CCTV and lateral reconnection; separate Pay Items are not required for these activities. • Various Pay Items exist for installing/modifying/repairing/upgrading laterals. If significant work on laterals other than lateral reconnection is required as part of the project, include appropriate Pay Items to account for this activity. • Removal of trapped inlets is applicable when separation projects convert combined sewers to storm sewers. A new inlet is not required. • For CSO projects, rehabilitate sanitary sewers upstream of sanitary and combined sewers, or combined sewers that become sanitary sewers. Sewer Separation / Driveway Disconnect • Used for driveway or area drain installation or rerouting. • Deep storm sewer system may be an applicable alternative; avoid pump systems if possible. • Identify the address of each required sewer separation/driveway disconnect. Page 10 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Streets, Roads, Curbs, and Other Paved Areas • Granular backfill for road crossings; no concrete encasement. • Concrete pavement replacement, replace entire slab joint to joint - say ~13 to 15 ft wide x 12 to 20 ft long typical; concrete subdivision streets typically have two 13-ft wide slabs, including the rolled concrete curb; sometimes pipe alignment is near the joint between slabs and two slabs need to be replaced - based on field visit. • Asphalt paving, payline width plus 2 ft on each side. • For large quantities of asphalt – streets, driveways, parking lots, unit cost may be reduced $5 to $10 per sq yd. • Note higher unit cost for asphalt over rigid base, such as concrete or cobblestone streets overlaid with asphalt; look for this during field visits. • A single driveway is typically 8 to 10 ft wide, and a double driveway about 16 ft wide. • Unit cost for concrete curb includes vertical curbs and concrete curbs used with asphalt streets. • Use granular backfill under all paved areas, including streets, sidewalks, patios, driveways, parking lots. • St. Louis County requires flowable fill (CIPRO Pay Item No. 2422) for backfill in the top five feet under paved areas of County roads and highways; this would be same volume as what would otherwise be occupied by granular backfill. • Use the ‘Driveways – Asphaltic Concrete’ unit cost for asphalt parking lots. • Use ‘Sidewalks & Driveways Concrete – Rem. and Rep.’ unit cost per sq yd. • ‘Curb and Gutter – Concrete Removal and Replace’ should be used with asphalt street pavement remove and replace, if the curb area of street is impacted. Wyes (for Lateral Connections) • Use 6-inch wye for house connections; the unit cost includes excavation. • Use 6-inch or 8-inch for apartments and commercial customers. • The unit cost for 6-inch pipe lateral includes excavation; ignore pipe lengths of short lateral connections, say 5 to 10 ft, at the preliminaries stage. 2. Section 2 – Additional Items Contributing to ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ Total Section 2, Additional Items Contributing to ‘MSD Construction Estimate Total’, presents information associated with three specific facets of the construction project – ‘Mobilization’, ‘Utility Relocation’, and ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’. These three elements of the work are typically developed as lump sum Pay Items, and development of these lump sum costs is presented in Section 2 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet. Two of these items, ‘Mobilization’ and ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’, are not usually quantified for preliminary study cost estimates; instead the lump sum value for these two items is developed by using a percentage of the total cost associated with Section 1 Pay Items4. As 4 The total cost associated with Section 1 Pay Items is referred to as ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’ on the Pre- CIPRO Engineer's Cost Estimate. Page 11 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) further discussed below, development of the lump sum cost for ‘Utility Relocation’ generally first involves quantity determinations. Mobilization • ‘Mobilization’ costs are typically 4% of the ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’. • ‘Mobilization’ is included in cost estimates for preliminary studies except for projects where the ‘MSD Construction Estimate’, exclusive of ‘Mobilization’, is less than $75,000. Utility Relocation • $5,500 default minimum in CIPRO, even if no specific relocations or impacts are identified. • See unit prices for costs of utility crossings and power pole relocations at the end of 2005 CIPRO Pay Items spreadsheet. Use these costs to develop a lump sum cost for ‘Utility Relocation’ to be used in the Engineer’s Cost Estimate. The development of this lump sum cost and each of the utility crossings should be identified on the Cost Estimate Backup Spreadsheet. • Jacobs will estimate costs of replacement for preliminaries; standard unit costs for replacement are not in CIPRO; replacement costs are usually provided by the other utilities during final design. • In the event that actual utility impacts cannot be determined, used1% to 2% of ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’ for larger projects and projects in wide open areas, and 3 to 4% for smaller projects or projects with substantial utility impacts. • Electrical and telephone utility impacts and costs in same easement; consider revised or new easements; consider power pole relocation; may be able to work around or under buried electrical and phone cables without replacement. • Cast iron gas mains are potentially present in City of St. Louis areas such as Chambers, Dakota, Glaise & Rock Creek, and older areas of St. Louis County, such as Maplewood, Jennings, and Shrewsbury; the zone of influence is a 45 degree angle from the bottom side of the trench. Check with Laclede Gas personnel familiar with the area to determine if cast iron gas mains are present. Replacement may be a major expense. • On AmerenUE maps, solid lines generally designate above ground utilities and dashed lines designate buried utilities. • Impacts to other MSD improvement For infrastructure projects, storm water facilities crossings and relocations are normally included in the Pay Item for ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’, not the Pay Item for Utility Relocation; and, similarly, for storm water projects, sewer infrastructure facilities crossings and relocations are normally included in the Pay Item for ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’. Protection and Restoration of Site • 14% standard for ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’, but adjustable; may cut this item to as low as 5 to 6% for large, simple jobs. (Standard increased from 11% to 14% in late 2005 or early 2006.) • Items covered – safety, barricades, erosion control, landscaping restoration, traffic control, temporary access, fences. Page 12 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) • Do not show ‘Fence’ as a line item for preliminary study estimates; instead, as noted above, it is included in ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’. • For infrastructure projects, storm water facilities crossings and relocations are normally included in the Pay Item for ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’, not the Pay Item for ‘Utility Relocation’; and, similarly, for storm water projects, infrastructure facilities crossings and relocations are normally included in the Pay Item for ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’. • Depending on project size, round off resultant ‘MSD Construction’ estimate to nearest $500, $1,000, $5,000 or $10,000 by adjusting the ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’ Pay Item. 3. Section 3 – Additional Items Contributing to ‘Project Total’ Whereas Sections 1 and 2 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet are concerned with individual CIPRO Pay Items and are developed early in the cost estimating process, Section 3 does not directly involve CIPRO Pay Items. Consequently, completion of Section 3 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet is one of the last activities performed. Section 3 documents costs associated with two project expenses that are added to the ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ to obtain the ‘Project Total’ cost. The first of these expenses, ‘Contingencies’, is basically a cost “safety factor” included in the ‘Project Total’ cost, typically 10 percent of the ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ total. The second of these expenses, ‘MSD Engineering, Legal, and Administration’, is calculated separately on the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet (see Part III of these guidelines). Any supporting information or calculations relative to information presented on the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet should be documented in Section 3 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet. C. EARTHWORK SPREADSHEET Some of the Pay Item quantities that are presented on the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet typically utilize more extensive tabulations than afforded by that spreadsheet. For these generally more detailed computations that are based on numerous stationing and profile values along the project alignment, the quantities presented in the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet are supported by the Earthwork spreadsheet. The Earthwork spreadsheet is prepared by the Engineer to develop quantities such as linear feet of manhole and cubic yards of excavation, backfill, or encasement. An Earthwork spreadsheet example is included as Attachment 25. This example is available electronically in the aforementioned Forms, Templates, and Tools folder on the Jacobs network and can be used as a starting template. The Engineer should copy this spreadsheet, or a completed spreadsheet from a similar preliminary study that employs the format of Attachment 2, into the study project’s 810.##### ANALYSIS folder in conjunction with the associated Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet. 5 As in a real preliminary study cost estimate, the example Earthwork spreadsheet included in these guidelines as Attachment 2 is the basis for certain of the Pay Item quantities presented in the example Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet, i.e. Attachment 1. Page 13 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) The Earthwork spreadsheet is utilized in cost estimates for open trench sewer replacement projects, but may not be necessary for projects that do not involve extensive excavation or manhole construction. The Earthwork spreadsheet consists of six different worksheets: Earthwork Quantities, Manhole Quantities, Profile Data, Pipe Quantities, Payline Width, and Profile Plot. Each of these worksheets is discussed in turn below. Earthwork Quantities • The Earthwork Quantities worksheet looks up values on the Profile Data, Pipe Quantities, and Payline Width worksheets to determine volumes of excavation, encasement, granular backfill, and/or compacted backfill that are required for the sewer construction. • The Engineer needs to input proposed manhole station information and intermediate stationing as desired. • Engineer needs to revise header information. Manhole Quantities • The Manhole Quantities worksheet looks up values on the Profile Data and Pipe Quantities spreadsheets to determine the length of manhole to be constructed for the project. • The Engineer needs to input proposed manhole station information and any top elevations that differ from associated ground line elevation. • Engineer needs to revise header information. Profile Data • The Profile Data worksheet contains five separate tables: Proposed Sewer, Ground Line, Class A Rock Line, Class B Rock Line, and Existing Invert. • The Profile Data worksheet is where the Engineer inputs proposed invert, existing invert, existing ground line, and existing rock line elevations into the spreadsheet at associated proposed sewer manhole stations. • Rock line tables entries are only required if rock excavation will be required to enable construction of proposed sewer • Existing invert information in only used to prepare Profile Plot. If alignments of existing and proposed sewer are similar, but have different manhole stations, enter existing manhole stations and associated inverts into Existing Invert table. If proposed sewer alignment is significantly different than existing alignment, do not input information into Existing Invert Table. • Engineer needs to revise header information. Pipe Quantities • The Pipe Quantities worksheet is the location where the Engineer inputs the pipe size. It is only necessary to input the pipe size at Station 0+00, any station where the pipe size changes, and the upstream station. • Engineer needs to revise header information. Page 14 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Payline Width • No input required by Engineer, except for Header information. • Provides reference information for payline width and concrete encasement at various pipe sizes for use in other worksheets. Profile Plot • The Profile Plot is a graph of the information in the Profile Data worksheet. • Engineer needs to complete Chart Title. III. COSTS This portion of the Cost Estimate Guidelines focuses on providing guidance and direction for development and use of the various cost elements that contribute to the Project Total cost. The bulk of the discussion focuses on the use of the Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet and the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet. Following a description of these two cost spreadsheets below, additional considerations associated with cost estimates for I/I removal are reviewed. A. PRE-CIPRO: ENGINEER’S COST ESTIMATE SPREADSHEET The Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet is prepared by the Engineer to summarize all of the cost items associated with the preliminary study. Each cost item receives a single line, and is numbered sequentially. Attachment 3 presents an example Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet that utilizes the same Pay Items and values associated with the representative quantities spreadsheets referenced in Part II. This example is available electronically in the aforementioned Forms, Templates, and Tools folder on the Jacobs network and can be used as a starting template. As with the quantities spreadsheets, the Engineer should copy this spreadsheet, or a completed spreadsheet from a similar preliminary study that employs the format of Attachment 3, into the study project’s 810.##### ANALYSIS folder to facilitate presentation of the cost estimate. The Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet consists of three aspects: (1) a brief heading, (2) a listing of Pay Items applicable to the engineering study project, and (3) standard additional cost elements. The heading summarizes key information about the project (name, number, and watershed) and cost estimate process (estimator, checker, and associated dates). The listing of Pay Items corresponds directly to the Pay Items presented in Section 1 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet; in addition to the line number, additional information for each Pay Item includes Pay Item name, estimated quantity, unit of measure, unit price (see following paragraph), and extended price. Below the listing of Pay Items, the following standard additional cost elements are common to the Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheets for all projects. The spreadsheet sums the extended price for the listed Pay Items to produce a ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’ that is employed in Section 2 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet to develop ‘Mobilization’ and ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’ costs. Page 15 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) ‘Mobilization’ is added to the ‘Preceding Pay Items Total’ to develop the ‘Subtotal’ cost; ‘Utility Relocation’ and ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’ costs are added to the ‘Subtotal’ to obtain the ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ cost. Finally ‘Contingencies’ and ‘MSD Engineering, Legal, and Administrative’ costs, as discussed in Section 3 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet are added to the ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ cost to obtain the ‘Project Total’ cost. Once the cost estimate is finalized, the ‘Project Total’ from the Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet needs to be included in the discussion at the Proposed Solution portion of the report Memorandum. While most of the information on the Engineer’s Cost Estimate is pulled from the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet, unit prices, with only a few exceptions as noted earlier, are obtained from MSD CIPRO tabulations. Presently there are two separate tabulations that the Engineer needs to access to obtain current unit prices for CIPRO Pay Items. The first tabulation that should be looked at is called CIPRO Pay Items 2006.xls; arranged alphabetically, it contains recently updated unit costs for approximate one third of the 1,000- plus Pay Items in the CIPRO database. Unit prices for the remaining 680 or so Pay Items are found in CIPRO Pay Items 2005.xls; this tabulation is arranged by Category rather than alphabetically. Both tabulations can be found electronically in the References folder on the Jacobs network at the following location: P:\ENVIRON\PROJECTS\C5X59900 (MSD Planning)\800 DELIV\810 PREL\General. These tabulations include unit prices for use in preliminary study cost estimates and more detailed final design cost estimates; for a given Pay Item, typically the unit price presented for final design cost estimates is slightly lower than the unit price presented for preliminary study cost estimates.6 Consequently, in obtaining unit prices for preliminary study cost estimates, the Engineer should use the ‘New Preliminary Cost’ column for the CIPRO Pay Items 2006.xls tabulation and the ‘PRE_COST’ column for the CIPRO Pay Items 2005.xls tabulation. B. ENGINEERING COST BREAKDOWN SPREADSHEET The Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet is prepared by the Engineer to capture all of the non-constructions costs associated with the proposed project that will be incurred by MSD. Attachment 4 presents an example Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet that, where relevant, utilizes information and values associated with the previously described spreadsheets appended as Attachments 1 through 3; in particular, as noted above, Section 3 of the Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet should be used to develop and document any supporting information or calculations associated with results presented on the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet. The Engineering Cost Breakdown example is available electronically in the aforementioned Forms, Templates, and Tools folder on the Jacobs network and can be used as a starting template. As with previously described spreadsheets, the Engineer should copy this spreadsheet, or a completed spreadsheet from a similar preliminary study that employs the format of Attachment 4, into the study project’s 810.##### ANALYSIS folder to facilitate presentation of the cost estimate. 6 The lower unit prices generally associated with final design cost estimates correlate to a lower degree of uncertainty relative to information developed in preliminary engineering studies. Page 16 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) The principal purpose of the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet is to determine the ‘MSD Engineering, Legal, and Administration’ cost. This is accomplished by systematically examining various non-construction expenses common to nearly all projects and identifying additional non-construction costs specific to the proposed project. Consequently, the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet is comprised of four aspects: (1) a brief heading, (2) a listing of common activities/expenses, (3) a listing of project-specific activities/expenses, and (4) standard additional cost elements. The heading summarizes key information about the project (e.g. name, project number, size, estimated construction cost, property impacts, etc.). The listing of common activities and expenses consists of the following six items: ‘Strip Map’, ‘Survey’, ‘Easements and Legal Preparation’, ‘Geotechnical’, ‘Engineering’, and ‘Construction Services’. The listing of project-specific activities and expenses is grouped on the spreadsheet under the heading ‘Other’ and may include any of a variety of requirements. The standard additional elements common to the last few rows of the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet for all projects are ‘Subtotal’, ‘Contingencies’, ‘Total’, and ‘MSD Engineering, Legal, and Administration Use’ costs. Each of these four aspects of the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet is briefly discussed below. Heading (Project Information) • The ‘MSD Construction Estimate & Contingencies’ cost is obtained by summing the ‘MSD Construction Estimate’ and ‘Contingencies’ costs presented on the Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet. • The ‘Easements Required’ is the number of parcels which will require a new easement for the sewer construction. The ‘Working Room Required’ is the number of parcels which will require additional working room beyond the existing or new easements. The ‘Number of Parcels’ is a count of the parcels that the new sewer construction will cross through. • The ‘Linear Feet of Working Room/Easements’ generally correlates closely to the length of new sewer being installed, as areas where above ground construction are anticipated will require working room or easements. Common Activities/Expenses (Strip Map, Survey, Easements/Legal, Geotech., Eng’g. ,& Const. Serv.) • Strip Map, including easement search (Use survey graph + actual number of parcels impacted @ $250 each for easement search). • Survey: Highest of 2.5% of construction cost, or $4.50 per L.F. Survey costs are impacted by the degree of wooded and brushy areas; for wooded areas, increase by 50%. • Easements and Legal Preparation: Highest of $600 per easement, or $10 per L.F. • Geotechnical: Assume 1 bore per 250 feet and at least 2 bores per tunnel. The cost is determined by the lengths of normal and difficult access. To determine this consider such factors as trees and fences. Normal access costs $1,800 per bore. Difficult access costs $2,000 per bore. Boring usually goes to 10 feet below sewer depth, but the depth of bore is not factored into the cost. • Engineering: Calculated as a percentage of ‘MSD Construction Estimate & Contingencies’. The percentage is determined by the “Lookup Table” worksheet in Page 17 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet, and decreases with increasing project size. • Construction Services: Use 4% of the ‘MSD Construction Estimate & Contingencies’. Project-Specific Activities/Expenses (Other) • Significant non-construction expenses associated with the project that are not captured elsewhere on the cost estimate are to be individually listed under ‘Other’ on the Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet. • If there are no anticipated project-specific, non-construction expenses associated with completing the project, enter “NONE” under other, with an associated cost of $0. • Examples of possible project-specific, non-construction requirements that may be associated with the project include the following: flood plain study; private I/I reduction report; pump station design report; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit; railroad permit; environmental assessment; archaeological studies; etc. • Flood plain studies are generally not required for sanitary relief projects, particularly if the work only involves stream crossing(s) with pipe sewer. If improvements involve significant alterations to stream banks or placing fill in the floodplain, then a study may be needed. A typical cost for a flood plain study is $10,000 to $15,000. • For projects where private I/I reduction reports will need to be produced (e.g. for private property I/I control including CSO disconnects), use a unit engineering cost of $2,000 per any house with defects to allow for preparation of private I/I reduction report and bidding/construction phase activities. • If a standard pump station design report is needed or recommended prior to project construction, assume $10,000 as a typical cost. • If a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit will be required to perform certain construction activities, assume $2,000 as a typical cost. • If a railroad permit will be required to enable project construction, assume $5,000 as a typical cost. • If property acquisition is necessary for completion of the proposed project, particularly in commercial/industrial areas, an environmental site assessment report may be applicable to investigate potential presence of contaminated conditions; associated cost is dependent upon extent of effort anticipated. • Archaeological studies might be applicable for some projects, and should be costed on a case-by-case basis. • Three potential activities that are not included in the cost estimate are flow metering, CCTV, and I/I studies (except for the aforementioned private I/I reduction reports). Although recommendations for flow metering, CCTV investigations, and I/I identification may be included in the preliminary study report, MSD has existing contracts that allow for these three services, so the associated expenses are not allocated to individual projects. Nonetheless, as a reminder, any recommendations presented in the report for flow metering, CCTV, and I/I investigations should be coordinated with Josh Hallsten (flow metering) or Steve McConnachie (CCTV and I/I). Page 18 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) Standard Additional Cost Elements • Standard additional cost elements at the bottom of each Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet include ‘Subtotal’, ‘Contingencies’, ‘Total’, and ‘MSD Engineering, Legal, and Administration’. • ‘Subtotal’ is obtained by summing the costs of the seven items (‘Strip Map’, ‘Survey’, ‘Easements and Legal Preparation’, ‘Geotechnical’, ‘Engineering’, ‘Construction Services’, and ‘Other’) described above. • ‘Contingencies’ is entered as 10% of ‘Subtotal’ and added to ‘Subtotal’ to obtain ‘Total’. • The final entry is the cost to be used for ‘MSD Engineering, Legal, and Administration’ on the Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet, and should be entered as the ‘Total’ rounded to the nearest $1,000. C. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REMOVAL WORK (SPECIALTY ESTIMATES) Occasionally, particularly for projects with a separate I/I or rehabilitation component, additional breakdown of costs for specialty portions of the project scope are warranted. These situations require the creation of multiple cost spreadsheets. Preparation of cost estimates for projects where specialty work is required as a component of the overall project is summarized below: • Specialty portions of the overall project may include 1) public I/I removal work (sewer line rehabilitation work, including CIPP liner and manhole rehabilitation) and 2) private property I/I removal work. The public I/I removal work cost estimate may apply to rehabilitation components of preliminary studies. While specialty work components may apply to any project, they are most typically associated with CSO preliminaries. For a cost estimate that includes specialty work components, see CSO – Claytonia in Appendix H of the Preliminary Studies Guidebook. • Specialty work requires creation of three or four Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheets, specifically an overall project cost estimate7, a main sewer contract cost estimate, and one or two specialty work cost estimates8. The ‘Project Total’ cost on the overall cost estimate is equal to the sum of the ‘Project Total’ costs on the constituent (i.e. main sewer and specialty) cost estimates. • In lieu of an Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet for the overall project cost estimate, separate Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheets are prepared for the respective constituent cost estimates. The Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheets for specialty work are abbreviated versions of the standard Engineering Cost Breakdown spreadsheet. Respective ‘MSD, Engineering, Legal, and Administrative’ costs are then summed for inclusion at the associated line on the overall Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet. • Regardless of the number of cost spreadsheets developed, only one Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet and one Earthwork spreadsheet are prepared; information 7 For cost estimates that include supporting specialty estimates, only the overall cost estimate will subsequently be entered into the CIPRO database by MSD. 8 A separate Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet is provided as necessary for each of the specialty work areas (e.g. a public I/I removal work estimate, a private property I/I removal work estimate, etc.). Page 19 of 20 December 2006 Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines (continued) presented on these quantities spreadsheets correlates to information presented on the overall Engineer’s Cost Estimate spreadsheet. • In developing costs on the constituent estimates for activities such as ‘Protection and Restoration of Site’, ‘MSD, Engineering, Legal, and Administrative’, and similar, consider design, bid, and construction phases in determining whether and how to pro- rate these items. • When one or more specialty estimates are prepared, their respective ‘Project Total’(s) need to be included in the body of the preliminary study Memorandum report together with the overall ‘Project Total’ estimate and the main sewer contract ‘Project Total’ estimate. Page 20 of 20 December 2006 Attachment 1 Cost Estimate Backup Spreadsheet (Example/Template – 14 pages) Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines December 2006 Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-UpSECTION 1 ITEMS CONTRIBUTING TO "PRECEDING PAY ITEMS TOTAL"("PRECEDING PAY ITEMS TOTAL" IS INCLUDED ON PRE-CIPRO ENGINEER'S COST ESTIMATE AND IS A SUMMATION OF PAY ITEM COSTS DEVELOPED IN THIS SECTION)1 122 ABANDONMENT - PIPE FILLPipe SizeSegmentArea DescriptionLength (ft)(inches)Volume (cy)08J1-123S to 08J1-124S Under Arban Drive 100 24 11.6408J4-456S to 08J4-457S Under Spanish Main Road 404 24 47.0158.65SAY: 60Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Pipe fill is grout fill, use under paved areas- Plug pipe in open areas - negligible cost Delete Estimating Notes- Insert segments as needed above When Finished2 123 ABANDONMENT - STRUCTUREMSD Structure No.Structure DescriptionLocation12H3-192S Junction Chamber Intersection of Deer and Two Mile Creek12H1-044S Manhole Behind Ladue High SchoolTotal Number of MHs: 1 x 1 1Total Number of Junction Chambers: 1 x 3 3Equivalent Number of Structures: 4Notes: - Junction chambers assumed equivalent to three (3) manholes (If no notes added, delete this line)- ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Structure is a unit cost that covers granular backfill of a manhole after knocking down the manhole to 2 to 3 feet below grade. Delete Estimating Notes- Assume junction chambers are equivalent to 3 manholes When FinishedSee Below See Below BOTTOM SECTION OF MANHOLEPipe SizeStation to Station# of MHs3 54 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE - 27" PIPE - 36" PIPE30-inch 0+00 2+01 3 Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Enter # of manholes for each pipe size greater than or equal to 27-inch Delete Estimating NotesWhen Finished12/22/20061 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up4 1351 BYPASS PUMPINGInstallation CalendarPipe SizeLengthRateDaysCost/DayTotal Cost21-inch 970 75 ft/day 20.69 $350.00 $7,243rounded $7,250Notes: - Assume calendar days = 1.6 * construction duration to account for weekends and weather delays (If no notes added, delete this line)- ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line) Estimating Notes: - Assume installation rate of 50-75 ft/work day for large pipe, depending on conditions and 75-100 ft/work day for small pipe, depending on conditions- Cost per day for pump and operation, including labor and piping, depends on Delete Estimating Notes size of pipe and sewer. Use $400/day for 48-inch and larger sewers, $350/day for When Finished medium size sewers (18-42-inch), and $300/day for small sewers (< 18-inch)- Consider standby pump requirement included in above.See Below See Below CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM5 185CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM -12 INCH Assume replacing portion of 18 ft wide channel to 20J4-001S. Say 10' x 10'.Assume replacing portion of 18 ft wide channel @ 20J1-147S. Say 6' x 10'.16 X 10 = 160 sq. ft. 160/9 = 18 SY.Say 20 SYEstimating Notes: - If thicknes is unknown, use typical concrete slab and wall thickness ofDelete Estimating Notes 12-inch for drainage channels and similar structures.When FinishedSee Below See Below CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES682CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES -12 INCH Two sides, each at 10' x 7' high. = 140 sq. ft = approximately 16 SY. Say 20 SYEstimating Notes: - If thicknes is unknown, use typical concrete slab and wall thickness ofDelete Estimating Notes 12-inch for drainage channels and similar structures.When Finished12.93ConstructionDuration (work days)12/22/20062 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-UpSee Below See Below CIPP LINERFROMTOLENGTH (FT)7 2467 CIPP LINER - 08 INCH DIAMETER - 06 MM18L3-043S 18L3-046S 5518L3-046S 18L3-044S 8018L3-044S 18L3-107S 9018L3-032S 18L3-047S 7518L3-047S 18L3-040S 23518L3-040S NEW SEWER 260795SAY 800Estimating Notes: - CIPP liner rehabilitation extent should be based on CCTV, if available. Additionally, the type of pipe should be considered. Typically all concrete sanitary sewer pipe will need to be lined. The extent of clay pipe rehabilitation depends on condition, as indicated by defects/CCTV map color code.- Identify segment(s), including liner diameter, and length of sewer proposed for receiving CIPP liner. Identify manholes targeted for rehabilitation and associated manhole length.- In selecting appropriate CIPRO Pay Item, use thickest liner available for a given diameter. Delete Estimating Notes- For projects that involve less than 2,000 feet of CIPP liner rehabilitation, increase the When Finished CIPRO unit cost(s) by a factor of 1.5. Similarly, if the average distance between manholes for the entire lining effort is less than 150 feet, increase CIPRO unit cost(s) by a factor of 1.5. If both of the foregoing factors exist, increase the CIPRO unit cost(s) by a factor of 2.0.- Cost for CIPP liner includes CCTV and lateral reconnection; separate Pay Items are not required for these activities.See Below See Below CLEANING AND TVFROMTOLENGTH (FT)8 2384 CLEANING AND TV 6" - 12" DIAMETER08J1-123S 08J4-456S1000Estimating Notes: - This Pay Item provides for CCTV and Physical Inspection.- Identify segment(s), including pipe diameter, and length of sewer proposed for CCTV. Generally assume light cleaning and utilize latest CIPRO unit costs. If heavy cleaning is deemed to be required, state basis for assumption and adjust unit cost accordingly. Similarly increase unit cost if, as part of the project, Delete Estimating Notes CCTV is only proposed for a relatively short amount of sewer. When Finished- For sewer separation projects, if the former combined sewer is proposed for use as the sanitary sewer, need to include CCTV inspection of the sewer with the cost estimate.12/22/20063 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up9 1763 CLEARINGAvg Sewer Clearing Cost per TotalArea DescriptionLength (ft)Depth (ft)Width (ft)# of AcresAcreCostS of Clayton to Litzinger 1000 10 20 0.46 $10,000 $4,600S of Litzinger to Two-Mile Creek 500 15 30 0.34 $10,000 $3,400$8,000Notes: - Assume clearing width equals 2 * Sewer Depth, or a minimum of 20 ft (If no notes added, delete this line)- ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Typical corridor width of 20-50 ft, depending on trench depth Delete Estimating Notes- Typical cost per acre from $10,000 up to $20,000, say $10,000 on larger projects When Finished10 99 CONNECTION TO EXISTING MANHOLE (8" thru 24" Pipe)MSD Structure No.LocationSize of Connection08J1-123S 5 Ranger Road 12-inchNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: Applicable for 8 to 24-inch pipe connections where manhole is not replaced Delete Estimating NotesWhen Finished11 137 CURB AND GUTTER - CONCRETE-REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENTArea DescriptionLineal FeetSouthern Side of Ladue Road between Conwood Dr. and Westwood Dr. 400Estimating Notes: - Use with asphalt street pavement remove and replace, if curb area of street impacted Delete Estimating NotesWhen Finished12/22/20064 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up12 2717 DOWNSPOUT DISCONNECTIONStreetHousesNumber of ConnectionsBurr Oak 6 30Wild Plum 6 30Peachtree 3 15Wild Cherry 1 5Total:80Note: Assumes five (5) downspouts connected per house. (If no notes added, delete this line)Downspout / Area drain connections were based on RJN (I/I consultant) figure. (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Use defects map to determine downspout disconnect defects. On the defects map, where properties are shown to have a suspected defect, particularly where defect flow is high, downspouts can usually be assumed as the suspected defect.- For each street where downspout disconnection is to be performed as part of the proposed solution, identify the number of properties proposed for downspout disconnection. - Assume 4 downspout disconnections per property proposed for downspout disconnection if most residential properties in the project area are small (0.25acre); otherwise assume 8 downspout disconnections per property. If downspout disconnections are required at institutions (e.g. schools) or businesses, estimate Delete Estimating Notes downspout disconnections for these locations on a case-by-case basis. When Finished- Use latest CIPRO unit cost for straightforward downspout disconnections. For properties where downspout disconnections are expected to require ancillary activities to be performed (e.g. gutter flow direction changes, downspout location changes, piping to curb or grade with possible need to cut sidewalk and curb and/or perform repaving, etc.) adjust unit costs per downspout disconnection and document adjusted unit cost on Cost Estimate Backup spreadsheet. As guidance in determining adjusted unit cost, typically downspout disconnection efforts requiring moderate to extensive ancillary activities to be performed are approximately $5,000 per property for non-copper construction and $9,000 per property for existing copper construction.See Below See Below DUCTILE IRON PIPE Creek NamePipe SizeLength (ft)13 197 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 24 INCH CLASS 52Deer 24-inch 7+66 8+65 99 Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetNotes: Used 24-inch DIP in cost estimate, because 21-inch was not available in CIPRO Pay Items. (If no notes added, delete this line)ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Use DIP for creek crossings with less than 3 ft of cover, not concrete encasement- Can use DIP up to 60-inch for crossings, extend DIP 10 ft beyond top of creek bank on each side of creek.Delete Estimating Notes- If a manhole or other structure is within an additional 20 ft, then ductile iron pipe shall be When Finished extended to the manhole or structure- When in doubt, use heaviest class of DIPApproximateStation to Station12/22/20065 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up14 9 EXCAVATION CLASS "A"Volume: 676.1 CY Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - When encountering or assuming rock, use Class "A" unless good basis for Class "B" Delete Estimating Notes- North of Highway 40 there tends to be less rock, south of 40 more rock When Finished15 7 EXCAVATION CLASS "C"Volume: 1064.9 CY Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - At 25 feet or more depth, pipe in tunnel typically considered cheaper than open cut Delete Estimating NotesWhen FinishedSee Below See Below FOULWATER DROPMSD Structure No.Size of Pipe16 107 FOULWATER DROP - 08 INCH PIPE08J1-654S 8Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - 15-inch and larger pipes cannot be dropped- Pipes less than 15-inch are allowed up to 2 ft drop within a manhole. Drops of more Delete Estimating Notes than 2 ft are not allowed and require an outside foulwater drop When Finished17 127 GRANULAR BACKFILLVolume: 828.2 CY Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Granular backfill for road crossings; no concrete encasment- Use granular backfill under all paved areas, including streets, sidewalks, patios, Delete Estimating Notes driveways, and parking lotsWhen FinishedSee Below See Below JUNCTION CHAMBER - REINFORCED CONRETE18 75 JUNCTION CHAMBER - REINFORCED CONCRETE - SMALLNo.Location1 Intersection of Deer Creek and Two-Mile Creek Trunk SewersNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Use Junction Chamber - Large for 54-inch or larger pipes Delete Estimating Notes- Increase unit price if sewer > 20 ft deep When Finished12/22/20066 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up19 1759 MANHOLE COVER SEALSDescriptionNumber of Cover SealsBetween STA 2+01 and STA 3+31 2Estimating Notes: - Include “Manhole Cover Seal” cost item for manholes located in the floodplain or subject to conditions of overland flooding. This is in addition to raising the manholes Delete Estimating Notes3 feet above grade in flood-prone areas. When Finished20 1760 MANHOLE FRAME SEALSDescriptionNumber of Frame SealsBetween STA 2+01 and STA 3+31 2Estimating Notes: - Include “Manhole Frame Seal” cost item for manholes located in the floodplain or subject to conditions of overland flooding. This is in addition to raising the manholes Delete Estimating Notes3 feet above grade in flood-prone areas.When Finished21 1699 MANHOLE REHABILITATIONManholeDepth (ft)18L3-043S 10.218L3-046S 15.618L3-044S 14.518L3-032S 14.218L3-047S 14.518L3-040S 12.3Total Depth (ft)81.3Use:80Estimating Notes: - Identify manholes targeted for rehabilitation and associated manhole length. Delete Estimating NotesWhen Finished22 52 MANHOLE STANDARD CONSTRUCTIONTotal Linear Feet: 116.6 Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetUSE 120Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Enter total linear feet of manholes from Earthwork spreadsheet- Replace existing lampholes with manholes.- Raise manholes 3 feet in areas subject to flooding, as practical (e.g., not in a backyard) Delete Estimating Notes- Costs of connecting existing lateral sewers to a new manhole are included in newWhen Finished manhole unit costs. Up to a 2 ft drop is allowed within a manhole, without an outside foulwater drop. 15-inch and larger pipes cannot be dropped.12/22/20067 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-UpSee Below See Below PIPE IN TUNNELPipe SizeLength (ft)(Station to Station)Location23 178 PIPE IN TUNNEL 21 INCH21-inch 56 2+75 3+31 Clayton Road crossingNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Pipe in Tunnel includes Class "C" excavation Delete Estimating Notes- Additional cost for class "A" or "B" excavation is based on minimum 48-inch tunnelWhen FinishedSee Below See Below PIPE SEWER (SANITARY/COMBINED)Pipe SizeLength (ft)24 38 PIPE SEWER 21 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED)21-inch 610 Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Add pipe sizes as needed for project. Delete Estimating Notes- For preliminaries, use pipe length from manhole centers; (not reduced for manhole diameter)When FinishedSee Below See Below REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWERPipe SizeLength (ft)25 16 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 30 INCH CLASS III30-inch 201 Refer to attached Earthwork spreadsheetUse 200Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Add pipe sizes as needed for project. Delete Estimating Notes- Use Class III pipeWhen Finished26 2546 RIP RAPCreek NameCrossing LocationPipe SizeLength (ft)Width (ft)Area (SY)Deer Creek Ladue High School 21-inch 50 10 55.6Total 55.6USE: 60Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Use rock blanket for creek crossings, from top of each bank; rock blanket ~ 10 feet wide Delete Estimating Notes for pipe up to 54-inch, and 15 ft wide for over 54-inch; (grouted rock blanket no longer used)When Finished- Rip rap, rather than rock blanket, is applicable for larger streams with high velocities12/22/20068 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up27 130 ROCK BLANKET Creek NameCrossing LocationPipe SizeLength (ft)Width (ft)Area (SY)Deer Creek Ladue High School 21-inch 49 10 54.4ADD AS NEEDED54.4USE: 55Notes: - Length includes 1.40 adjustment factor to account for slope of creek banks (If no notes added, delete this line)- ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Use rock blanket for creek crossings, from top of each bank; rock blanket ~ 10 feet wide Delete Estimating Notes for pipe up to 54-inch, and 15 ft wide for over 54-inch; (grouted rock blanket no longer used)When Finished- Rip rap, rather than rock blanket, is applicable for larger streams with high velocities28 2056 SANITARY LATERAL, 6"ADDRESSFT.1 EDGEWOOD 50 (AKA 200 S. PRICE)10 EDGEWOOD 50REED SCHOOL 50TOTAL:150NOTE: I/I REDUCTION - PRIVATE SOURCES - SERVICE LATERAL CONSTRUCTION (If no notes added, delete this line)NOTE: ACTUAL LENGTH MAY VARY (If no notes added, delete this line)29 1862 SANITARY SEWER CLEANOUTADDRESS1 EDGEWOOD 15 Ranger Road 1REED SCHOOL 1Additional cleanouts to account for un-detected defects. 1Total 4NOTE: Apply a reasonable factor to adjust the number of defects. (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Use rock blanket for creek crossings, from top of each bank; rock blanket ~ 10 feet wide- Identify the location (e.g. address, intersection, or structure) of each sanitary sewer cleanout to be either raised and capped or replaced. Delete Estimating Notes- Based on MSD experience, use $500 per cleanout identified as a defect in lieu of CIPRO When Finished unit cost.12/22/20069 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up30 142 SEEDINGArea DescriptionLength (ft)Width (ft)Area (SY)Along Creek by Wayside Park 500 20 1111Cleared area behind Ridgeview Subdivision 300 20 6671778SAY: 1780Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Seeding in any area that has been cleared. Assume 20 ft payline width Delete Estimating NotesDelete Estimating Notes31 2653 SEWER SEPARATION / DRIVEWAY DISCONNECT Address7730 Burr Oak Ln7745 Burr Oak Ln7746 Wild Plum Ln3 PropertiesNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Used for driveway or area drain installation or rerouting. Delete Estimating Notes- Identify the address of each required sewer separation/driveway disconnect. Delete Estimating Notes32 133 SIDEWALKS & DRIVEWAYS CONCRETE - REMOVE AND REPLACEArea DescriptionLengthArea (SY)Driveway at 2337 Arban 12 13.3Driveway at 2443 Arban 12 13.326.6SAY: 30Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - A single driveway is typically 8-10 ft wide, a double driveway about 16 ft wide Delete Estimating Notes- Replace entire concrete slabWhen Finished- Assume sidewalk is 4 ft wide10WidthSidewalk/Driveway1012/22/200610 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-Up33 140 SODDINGBlue Grass… Area DescriptionLength (ft)Width (ft)Area (SY) Teaberry Drive between Arban and Lodge Pole 500 20 1111Between homes at 1233 and 1235 Lodge Pole 75 20 1671278SAY: 1280Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Assume 20 ft payline width Delete Estimating Notes- Sodding only for built-up areas with lawnsWhen Finished- Zoysia or blue grass based on field visit34 134 STREET PAVEMENT - ASPHALTIC CONCRETE REMOVE AND REPLACEPayline EstimateAsphalt… LocationPipe SizeWidth (ft)Width (ft)Length (ft)Area (SY)Teaberry Dr. from Arban to Lodge Pole 21-inch 3.25 7.25 400 322.2Driveway at 2345 Lodge Pole 21-inch 3.25 7.25 30 24.2346.4USE: 350Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Asphalt paving, use payline width plus 2 ft on each side- For large quantities of asphalt - streets, driveways, parking lots - unit cost may Delete Estimating Notes be reduced by $5-10/SYWhen Finished- Note higher unit cost for asphalt over rigid base, such as concrete or cobblestone streets35 131 STREET PAVEMENT - CONCRETE REMOVE AND REPLACESlab Slab Slab Area Number TotalArea DescriptionLength (ft)Width (ft)(SY)of SlabsArea (SY)Arban from Nancy Anne to Teaberry 15 13 21.7 10 217Nancy Anne from Lodge Pole to Arban 15 13 21.7 8 173.6ADD AS NEEDED0 390.6SAY: 390Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Replace entire slabs, joint to joint - say 13-15 ft wide and 12-20 ft long typical Delete Estimating Notes- Concrete subdivision streets typically have two 13 ft wide slabs, including the rolledWhen Finished curb. If pipe near joints, may have to replace both slabs.12/22/200611 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-UpSee Below See Below WYESTotal Pipe SizeStreet Name/DescriptionAddresses with ConnectionsConnections36 179 WYE 06 INCH ON 21 INCH PIPE21-inch Arban 2745, 2747, 2751, 2755 421-inch Teaberry 2333, 2335, 2337, 2339, 2341, 2343 6ADD AS NEEDED1037 1969 WYE 06 INCH ON 30 INCH PIPE30-inch Lodge Pole 2357, 2359 2ADD AS NEEDED2Notes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Use 6-inch wye for house connections, the unit cost includes excavation Delete Estimating Notes- Use 6 or 8-inch for apartments and commercial customersWhen Finished- Ignore pipe lengths for short lateral connections (5-10 ft) at prelim stage***END OF PRECEDING PAY ITEMS TOTAL SECTION*** - DELETE ITEMS LISTED BUT NOT APPLICABLE TO PROJECT - INSERT ADDITIONAL PAY ITEMS ALPHABETICALLY AS NEEDED Delete this text after making necessary adjustments - NUMBER PAY ITEMS TO CORRESPOND TO CIPRO COST SPREADSHEET12/22/200612 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-UpSECTION 2 ADDITIONAL ITEMS CONTRIBUTING TO MSD CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE TOTAL(MSD CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE TOTAL = SUBTOTAL+UTILITY RELOCATION + PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF SITE) 39 5 MOBILIZATION4% of Preceding Pay Items TotalNote: Add Mobilization Cost to Preceding Pay Items Total to Obtain "Subtotal".41 901 UTILITY RELOCATIONLocationType of UtilityNumber$/unitTotal CostIntersection of Rainforest Road and Berry Drive Gas 2 inch to 4 inch : 2 $8,500 $17,000In front of 501 Broadway Gas 6 inch 2 $16,000 $32,000Intersection of Southern Way and Calvary Charge Water 4 inch 1 $8,000 $8,000Behind 1050 Rachel Street Water 6 inch to 8 inch 1 $12,000 $12,000Between 7270 and 7272 Berthold Ave Power Pole 1 $6,500 $6,500Between 7270 and 7272 Berthold Ave Special Pole 0 $11,000 $0Total $75,500Notes: - Unit costs are for sanitary sewer crossing with the listed utility item- This pay item will be modified to produce a rounded total project cost estimate. Therefore, CIPRO entry for this item may not match exactly with amount listed above (e.g., 67,239 CIPRO versus 67,500 above)- ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - $5,500 default minimum- Identify locations of utilities outlined above. e.g.,… Gas 2 inch to 4 inch: at intersection of Warson and Clayton Rd. Delete Estimating Notes- Cost generally ~ 1-2% of project cost for large projects, 3-4% for small projectsWhen Finished- Check for additional costs associated with replacement of cast iron gas mains - usually for areas in City of St. Louis and older areas of County 42 900 PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF SITE14% of Preceding Pay Items TotalNotes: ADD AS NECESSARY TO FURTHER EXPLAIN BACK-UP (If no notes added, delete this line)Estimating Notes: - Percentage adjustable - may cut to as low as 5-6% for large, simple jobs- Items covered include safety, barricades, erosion control, landscaping Delete Estimating Notes restoration, traffic control, temporary access, fencesWhen Finished- Typically adjust this item so the "MSD Construction Estimate" is rounded to the nearest $1,000, $5,000, $10,000 etc., depending on the size of the project12/22/200613 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Xxx Project Name XxxMSD Project Number 200####Cost Estimate BackupLine #Pay Item # Pay Item DescriptionCalculation/Back-UpSECTION 3 ADDITIONAL ITEMS CONTRIBUTING TO PROJECT TOTAL COST(PROJECT TOTAL = MSD CONSTRCTION ESTIMATE TOTAL+CONTINGENCIES + MSD ENGINEERING, LEGAL, AND ADMINISTRATION)CONTINGENCIES10% of MSD Construction Estimate TotalEstimating Notes: Standard MSD % for Preliminaries Delete Estimating NotesWhen FinishedMSD ENGINEERING, LEGAL, AND ADMINISTRATIONSee Engineering Cost Breakdown SpreadsheetPrivate I/I Reduction Report# of HomesHr./Home$/Hr.Total29 20 $100 $58,000Estimating Notes: - MSD will prepare further breakdown as needed. Delete Estimating Notes- Flood Plain Studies Included in this ItemWhen Finished12/22/200614 of 14Cost Estimate Backup Template.xls Attachment 2 Earthwork Spreadsheet (Example/Template – 6 pages) Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines December 2006 MSD Project 200####XXX PROJECT NAME XXX Earthwork QuantitiesSEWER DATA PROFILE DATA EXCAVATIONCONCRETE ENCASE- MENTGRANULAR BACKFILLCOMPACTED BACKFILLSTATIONUPSTREAM PIPE SIZEPROPOSED INVERT ELEVATIONGROUND LINE ELEVATIONCLASS A ROCK ELEVATIONCLASS B ROCK ELEVATION CLASS A CLASS B CLASS C VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME(FEET) (INCHES) (FEET) (FEET) (FEET) (FEET) (CU. YD.) (CU. YD.) (CU. YD.) (CU. YD.) (CU. YD.) (CU. YD.)0+00 30 532.51 543.98 537.501+20 30 533.43 546.36 537.50 93.6 139.22+01 21 534.06 548.13 537.50 48.3 106.1 115.62+40 21 534.17 548.24 537.20 17.8 50.9 54.42+70 21 534.26 548.33 536.97 12.4 40.42+75 21 534.28 548.34 536.93 2.0 6.9 7.03+31 21 534.45 548.50 536.505+59 21 535.13 548.83 539.00 96.7 299.6 312.86+59 21 535.43 550.39 539.97 57.4 121.9 142.67+66 21 535.75 552.05 541.00 70.3 138.38+65 21 536.05 553.30 549.00 115.2 91.59+66 21 536.35 556.27 549.00 162.5 70.3 195.8TOTALS 676.1 0.0 1064.9 0.0 828.2 0.0Pipe In TunnelEARTHWORK Template.xlsSheet 1 of 6 MSD Project 200####XXX PROJECT NAME XXX Manhole Quantities STATION DOWNSTREAM PIPE SIZE PROPOSED INVERT ELEVATION TOP ELEVATION TOP OF BOTTOM SECTION LENGTH OF MANHOLE (FEET) (INCHES) (FEET) (FEET) (FEET) (FEET) 0+00 30 532.51 543.98 536.01 8.0 1+20 30 533.43 546.36 536.93 9.4 2+01 30 534.06 552.00 537.56 14.4 3+31 21 534.45 552.00 17.6 5+59 21 535.13 548.83 13.7 7+66 21 535.75 552.05 16.3 8+65 21 536.05 553.30 17.3 9+66 21 536.35 556.27 19.9 TOTAL 116.6 Manholes Raised 3 feet in flood areas. EARTHWORK Template.xlsSheet 2 of 6 MSD Project 200#### XXX PROJECT NAME XXX Profile Dat PROPOSED SEWER MANHOLE STATION INVERT ELEVATION SLOPE Station Elevation 0+00 532.51 0.007711443 0+00 532.51 1+20 533.43 0.007711443 1+20 533.47 2+01 534.06 0.003 2+01 534.2 3+31 534.45 0.003 4+96 534.86 5+59 535.13 0.003 5+63 534.9 7+66 535.75 0.003 7+70 535.43 8+65 536.05 0.003 8+69 535.65 9+66 536.35 9+70 536.35 GROUND LINE STATION GROUND LINE ELEVATION SLOPE 0+00 543.98 0.019833333 1+20 546.36 0.021851852 2+01 548.13 0.002846154 3+31 548.50 0.001447368 5+59 548.83 0.015555556 7+66 552.05 0.012626263 8+65 553.30 0.029405941 9+66 556.27 CLASS A ROCK LINE STATION ROCK LINE ELEVATION SLOPE 0+00 537.5 0 Rock line elevations taken from "As-Builts" for City of 1+20 537.5 0 Glendale Sanitary Sewer System, February 1936. 2+01 537.5 -0.007692308 3+31 536.5 0.010964912 5+59 539 0.009661836 7+66 541 0.080808081 8+65 549 0 9+66 549 CLASS B ROCK LINE STATION ROCK LINE ELEVATION SLOPE 0 EXISTING INVERT EARTHWORK Template.xlsSheet 3 of 6 MSD Project 200#### XXX PROJECT NAME XXX Pipe Quantities PIPE SIZES STATION UPSTREAM PIPE SIZE (FEET) (INCHES) 0+00 30 2+01 21 9+66 21 21-inch Pipe-in-Tunnel from 2+75 to 3+31 21-inch DIP from 7+66 to 8+65 30-inch RCP Sewer from 0+00 to 2+01 Pipe Type Length (ft) 21-inch Pipe Sewer 610 21-inch DIP 99 21-inch Pipe in Tunnel 56 30-inch RCP 201 EARTHWORK Template.xlsSheet 4 of 6 MSD Project 200XXXX XXX PROJECT NAME XXX Payline Width PIPE SIZE PAYLINE WIDTH CONCRETE ENCASEMENT 4 2.50 3.28 6 2.50 3.59 8 2.50 3.87 10 2.50 4.09 12 2.50 4.25 15 3.00 5.55 18 3.00 5.77 21 3.25 6.61 24 3.50 7.39 27 3.75 8.18 30 4.08 9.30 33 4.42 10.53 36 4.67 11.43 42 5.25 13.38 48 5.83 15.68 54 6.42 18.13 60 7.00 20.73 66 7.58 23.47 72 8.17 26.36 78 8.75 29.39 84 9.33 32.57 90 9.92 35.90 96 10.50 39.37 102 11.08 42.99 108 11.67 46.75 114 12.25 50.66 120 12.83 54.72 126 13.42 58.92 132 14.00 63.27 144 15.17 72.40 EARTHWORK Template.xlsSheet 5 of 6 MSD Project 200#### XXX PROJECT NAME XXXProfile PlotEARTHWORK Template.xlsSheet 6 of 6520.00530.00540.00550.00560.00570.000+00 2+50 5+00 7+50 10+00STATIONELEVATIONGROUND LINEPROPOSED INVERTMH TOPSEXISTING INVERT Attachment 3 Pre-CIPRO: Engineer’s Cost Estimate Spreadsheet (Example/Template – 1 page) Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines December 2006 Pre-CIPRO: Engineer's Cost Estimate Project: Xxx Project Number Xxx Number: 200#### Watershed: BXxx Watershed Name Xxx Estimated By: Jacobs Date: Checked By: Date: Line Pay-Item Estimated Unit Extended #Description Quantity Unit Price Price 1 ABANDONMENT - PIPE FILL 60 CY $205 $12,300 2 ABANDONMENT - STRUCTURE 4 EA $1,200 $4,800 3 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-27" PIPE - 36" PIPE 3 EA $1,800 $5,400 4 BYPASS PUMPING 1 LS $7,250 $7,250 5 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 12 INCH 20 SY $130 $2,600 6 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES 12 INC 20 SY $215 $4,300 7 CIPP LINER - 08 INCH DIAMETER - 06 MM 800 LF $40 $32,000 8 CLEANING AND TV 6" - 12" DIA. 1000 LF $3 $3,000 9 CLEARING 1 LS $8,000 $8,000 10 CONNECTION TO EXISTING MANHOLE (8" THRU 24" PIPE) 1 PL $950 $950 11 CURB AND GUTTER - CONCRETE - REM. & REPL. 400 LF $45 $18,000 12 DOWNSPOUT DISCONNECTION 80 EA $225 $18,000 13 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 24 INCH CLASS 52 99 LF $270 $26,730 14 EXCAVATION CLASS "A" 676 CY $180 $121,680 15 EXCAVATION CLASS "C" 1065 CY $16 $17,040 16 FOULWATER DROP - 08 INCH PIPE 1 EA $1,000 $1,000 17 GRANULAR BACKFILL 828 CY $39 $32,292 18 JUNCTION CHAMBER - REINFORCED CONCRETE - SMALL 1 EA $9,200 $9,200 19 MANHOLE COVER SEALS 2 EA $155 $310 20 MANHOLE FRAME SEALS 2 EA $385 $770 21 MANHOLE REHABILITATION 80 LF $290 $23,200 22 MANHOLE - STANDARD CONSTRUCTION 120 LF $210 $25,200 23 PIPE IN TUNNEL 21 INCH 56 LF $850 $47,600 24 PIPE SEWER 21 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) 610 LF $120 $73,200 25 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 30 INCH CLASS III 200 LF $91 $18,200 26 RIP RAP 60 SY $50 $3,000 27 ROCK BLANKET 55 SY $56 $3,080 28 SANITARY LATERAL, 6" 150 LF $55 $8,250 29 SANITARY SEWER CLEANOUT 4 EA $265 $1,060 30 SEEDING 1780 SY $2 $3,560 31 SEWER SEPARATION / DRIVEWAY DISCONNECT 3 EA $15,000 $45,000 32 SIDEWALKS & DRIVEWAYS CONCRETE- REM. AND REP.30 SY $67 $2,010 33 SODDING - BLUEGRASS 1280 SY $8 $10,240 34 STREET PAVEMENT - ASPHALTIC CONCRETE - REM. & REP. 350 SY $72 $25,200 35 STREET PAVEMENT - CONCRETE - REM. & REP. 390 SY $73 $28,470 36 WYE 06 INCH ON 21 INCH PIPE 10 EA $800 $8,000 37 WYE 06 INCH ON 30 INCH PIPE 2 EA $800 $1,600 38 Preceding Pay Items Total:$652,492 39 MOBILIZATION 1 LS $26,100 $26,100 40 Subtotal:$678,592 41 UTILITY RELOCATION $75,500 42 PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF SITE $91,908 43 MSD Construction Estimate: $846,000 44 Contingencies $84,600 45 MSD Engineering, Legal, And Administration $267,000 Project Total:$1,198,000 MSD CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE & CONTINGENCIES: $930,600 Month ##, 200# Sheet 1 of 1 Pre-CIPRO Eng'r Cost Est Template.xls Attachment 4 Engineering Cost Breakdown Spreadsheet (Example/Template – 1 page) Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines December 2006 XXXPROJECT NAME XXX MSD PROJECT 200#### ENGINEERING COST BREAKDOWN MSD CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE & CONTINGENCIES: $930,600 TOTAL FOOTAGE: 966 EASEMENTS REQUIRED: 1 WORKING ROOM REQUIRED: 10 NUMBER OF PARCELS: 10 LINEAR FEET OF WORKING ROOM/EASEMENTS: 966 STRIP MAP $10,048 COST FROM SURVEY GRAPH:$7,547.94 EASEMENT SEARCH:$2,500.00 COST PER PARCEL: $250.00 SURVEY $23,265 PER CONSTRUCTION COST:$23,264.99 PERCENTAGE: 2.50% PER PROJECT LENGTH:$4,347.00 COST PER FOOT:$4.50 EASEMENTS AND LEGAL PREPARATION $9,660 PER EASEMENT:$6,600.00 COST PER EASEMENT: $600.00 PER PROJECT LENGTH:$9,660.00 COST PER ESMT. FOOT:$10.00 GEOTECHNICAL $9,600 FEET PER BORING:250 NORMAL ACCESS:$3,600.00 LENGTH OF NORMAL ACCESS:616 COST PER BORING:$1,800.00 TUNNELS:0 DIFFICULT ACCESS:$6,000.00 LENGTH OF DIFFICULT ACCESS:350 COST PER BORING:$2,000.00 TUNNELS:1 ENGINEERING $95,213 PERCENTAGE OF CONSTRUCTION COST: 10.23% CONSTRUCTION SERVICES $37,224 PERCENTAGE OF CONSTRUCTION COST: 4.00% OTHER $58,000 PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION REPORT:$58,000 SUBTOTAL $243,010 CONTINGENCIES $24,301 PERCENTAGE OF SUBTOTAL:10.00% TOTAL $267,311 MSD ENGINEERING, LEGAL, AND ADMINISTRATION USE: $267,000 Attachment 5 Alphabetical Listing of CIPRO Pay Items (16 pages) Preliminary Studies: Cost Estimate Guidelines December 2006 1 of 16 ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 1998 19 06 INCH HOUSE LATERAL LF 2272 19 10" DIA. * 6 MM 500' + LF 2269 19 10" DIA. * 6 MM LESS 149' LF 2270 19 10" DIA. * 6 MM LESS 299' LF 2271 19 10" DIA. * 6 MM LESS 499' LF 2276 19 10" DIA. * 7.5 MM 500' + LF 2273 19 10" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2274 19 10" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2275 19 10" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 499' LF 1905 15 10'W GRAVEL ACCESS DRIVE (2" OF 2"MINUS ON 6" OF 2" CLEAN) SY 2465 15 12 HR STORAGE LS 2280 19 12" DIA. * 6 MM 500' + LF 2277 19 12" DIA. * 6 MM LESS 149' LF 2278 19 12" DIA. * 6 MM LESS 299' LF 2279 19 12" DIA. * 6 MM LESS 499' LF 2284 19 12" DIA. * 7.5 MM 500' + LF 2281 19 12" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2282 19 12" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2283 19 12" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2296 19 15" DIA. * 10.5 MM 500' + LF 2293 19 15" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2294 19 15" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2295 19 15" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2288 19 15" DIA. * 7.5 MM 500' + LF 2285 19 15" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2286 19 15" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2287 19 15" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2292 19 15" DIA. * 9 MM 500' + LF 2289 19 15" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 149' LF 2290 19 15" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 299' LF 2291 19 15" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 499' LF 2304 19 18" DIA. * 10.5 MM 500' + LF 2301 19 18" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2302 19 18" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2303 19 18" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2308 19 18" DIA. * 12 MM 500' + LF 2305 19 18" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 149' LF 2306 19 18" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 299' LF 2307 19 18" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 499' LF 2300 19 18" DIA. * 9 MM 500' + LF 2297 19 18" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 149' LF 2298 19 18" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 299' LF 2299 19 18" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 499' LF 2372 19 2' X 3' BRICK *12 MM 500' + LF 2370 19 2' X 3' BRICK *12 MM LESS 299' LF 2369 19 2' X 3' BRICK *12MM LESS 149' LF 2371 19 2' X 3' BRICK *12MM LESS 499' LF 2376 19 2' X 3' BRICK *15 MM 500' + LF 2373 19 2' X 3' BRICK *15 MM LESS 149' LF 2374 19 2' X 3' BRICK *15 MM LESS 299' LF 2375 19 2' X 3' BRICK *15 MM LESS 499' LF 2380 19 2' X 3' BRICK *18 MM 500' + LF 2377 19 2' X 3' BRICK *18 MM LESS 149' LF 2378 19 2' X 3' BRICK *18 MM LESS 299' LF 2379 19 2' X 3' BRICK *18 MM LESS 499' LF 2316 19 21" DIA. * 10.5 MM 500' + LF 2314 19 21" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2315 19 21" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2320 19 21" DIA. * 12 MM 500' + LF 2317 19 21" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 149' LF 2318 19 21" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 299' LF 2319 19 21" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 499' LF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 2 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2312 19 21" DIA. * 9 MM 500' + LF 2309 19 21" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 149' LF 2313 19 21" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 149' LF 2310 19 21" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 299' LF 2311 19 21" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 499' LF 2103 15 24 HR STORAGE LS 2328 19 24" DIA. * 10.5 MM 500' + LF 2325 19 24" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2326 19 24" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2327 19 24" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2332 19 24" DIA. * 12 MM 500'+ LF 2329 19 24" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 149' LF 2330 19 24" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 299' LF 2331 19 24" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 499' LF 2324 19 24" DIA. * 9 MM 500' + LF 2321 19 24" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 149' LF 2322 19 24" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 299' LF 2323 19 24" DIA. * 9 MM LESS 499' LF 2336 19 27" DIA. * 10.5 MM 500' + LF 2333 19 27" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2334 19 27" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2335 19 27" DIA. * 10.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2340 19 27" DIA. * 12 MM 500' + LF 2337 19 27" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 149' LF 2338 19 27" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 299' LF 2339 19 27" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 499' LF 2344 19 27" DIA. * 15 MM 500' + LF 2341 19 27" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 149' LF 2342 19 27" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 299' LF 2343 19 27" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 499' LF 2348 19 30" DIA. * 12 MM 500' + LF 2345 19 30" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 149' LF 2346 19 30" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 299' LF 2347 19 30" DIA. * 12 MM LESS 499' LF 2352 19 30" DIA. * 15 MM 500' + LF 2349 19 30" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 149' LF 2350 19 30" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 299' LF 2351 19 30" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 499' LF 2356 19 30" DIA. * 18 MM 500' + LF 2353 19 30" DIA. * 18 MM LESS 149' LF 2354 19 30" DIA. * 18 MM LESS 299' LF 2355 19 30" DIA. * 18 MM LESS 499' LF 2357 19 36" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 149' LF 2358 19 36" DIA. * 15 MM LESS 299' LF 2360 19 36" DIA. *15 MM 500' + LF 2359 19 36" DIA. *15 MM LESS 499' LF 2364 19 36" DIA. *18 MM 500' + LF 2361 19 36" DIA. *18 MM LESS 149' LF 2362 19 36" DIA. *18 MM LESS 299' LF 2363 19 36" DIA. *18 MM LESS 499' LF 2368 19 36" DIA. *21 MM 500' + LF 2365 19 36" DIA. *21 MM LESS 149' LF 2366 19 36" DIA. *21 MM LESS 299' LF 2367 19 36" DIA. *21 MM LESS 499' LF 2158 17 48 INCH DIVERSION SEWER LS 2471 15 6 HR STORAGE LS 2257 19 6" DIA. *4.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2258 19 6" DIA. *4.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2259 19 6" DIA. *4.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2260 19 6" DIA.* 4.5 MM 500' + LF 2016 19 6" LATERAL EXTENSION LF 2442 19 6" SEWER LATERAL LF 2264 19 8" DIA. * 6 MM 500' + LF 2263 19 8" DIA. * 6 MM LESS 499' LF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 3 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2268 19 8" DIA. * 7.5 MM 500' + LF 2265 19 8" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 149' LF 2266 19 8" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 299' LF 2267 19 8" DIA. * 7.5 MM LESS 499' LF 2261 19 8" DIA. *6 MM LESS 149' LF 2262 19 8" DIA. *6 MM LESS 299' LF 122 14 ABANDONMENT - PIPE FILL CY 1769 15 ABANDONMENT - PUMP STATION EA 1707 15 ABANDONMENT - SEPTIC TANK EA 123 14 ABANDONMENT - STRUCTURE EA 1868 15 ABANDONMENT - WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT LS 1889 15 ABANDONMENT OF 6" PVC AND YARD DRAIN LS 2487 17 ABANDONMENT OF LATERALS (TYPE "LA" REPAIR) EA 2249 17 ABNER AT ST LOUIS EA 2433 17 ACCESS STRUCTURE LS 124 01 ADDITIONAL FILL CY 2444 17 ADJUST TO GRADE EA 2630 15 AERIAL CROSSING/TUBE STEEL ASSEMBLY LS 1959 07 AIR RELEASE VALVE EA 2674 10 AJAX - 24" (INSTALLED) EA 2667 08 ANCHORED CHANNEL SLAB (TYPE I) SY 2668 08 ANCHORED CHANNEL SLAB (TYPE II) SY 2250 17 ARLINGTON SOUTH OF ST LOUIS AVE EA 1930 13 ASPHALTIC CONCRETE SY 2490 10 BANK PROTECTION - BIOSTABILIZATION SY 2504 13 BASE COURSE SY 2255 17 BELT AVE NORTH OF ASHLAND EA 2252 17 BELT AVE SOUTH OF ST LOUIS AVE EA 2141 15 BENTONITE PLUG PL 2126 19 BERM LS 2430 17 BONDING AGENT SF 2654 12 BOTTOM SECT. MANHOLE - 90 INCH PIPE EA 2636 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE - 144 INCH PIPE EA 54 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-27" PIPE - 36" PIPE EA 55 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-42 INCH PIPE EA 56 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-48 INCH PIPE EA 57 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-54 INCH PIPE EA 58 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-60 INCH PIPE EA 59 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-66 INCH PIPE EA 60 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-72 INCH PIPE EA 61 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-78 INCH PIPE EA 62 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-84 INCH PIPE EA 2712 12 BOTTOM SECT. OF MANHOLE-90 INCH PIPE LF 177 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 03 FT. X 03 FT. LF 176 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 04 FT. X 03 FT. LF 187 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 04 FT. X 04 FT. LF 182 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 05 FT. X 03 FT. LF 74 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 05 FT. X 04 FT. LF 245 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 05 FT. X 05 FT. LF 213 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 06 FT. X 03 FT. LF 189 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 06 FT. X 04 FT. LF 222 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 06 FT. X 05 FT. LF 188 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 06 FT. X 06 FT. LF 2598 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 07 FT. X 03 FT. LF 800 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 07 FT. X 04 FT. LF 206 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 07 FT. X 05 FT. LF 175 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 07 FT. X 06 FT. LF 2072 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 08 FT. X 03 FT. LF 203 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 08 FT. X 04 FT. LF 226 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 08 FT. X 05 FT. LF 801 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 08 FT. X 06 FT. LF 191 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 08 FT. X 07 FT. LF 1988 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 08.5 FT. X 04 FT. LF 201 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 09 FT. X 06 FT. LF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 4 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 215 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 09 FT. X 07 FT. LF 2161 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 09 FT. X 08FT. LF 2464 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 10 FT. X 04 FT. LF 181 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 10 FT. X 05 FT. LF 170 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 10 FT. X 06 FT. LF 209 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 10 FT. X 07 FT. LF 224 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 10 FT. X 08 FT. LF 2015 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 11 FT. X 04 FT. LF 2483 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 11 FT. X 6.5 FT. LF 204 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 12 FT. X 04 FT. LF 1908 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 12 FT. X 06 FT. LF 1937 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 14 FT. X 5.25 FT. LF 2137 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 15 FT. X 06 FT. LF 2162 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 18 FT. X 08 FT. LF 1981 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE 28 FT. X 08 FT. LF 2477 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE DOUBLE 08 FT. X 04FT. LF 2557 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE O9 FT. X 03 FT. LF 2635 11 BOX CULVERT - REINF. CONCRETE TRIPLE 09 FT. X 05 FT. LF 2432 17 BRICK REPLACEMENT (TYPE BR REPAIR) CY 2129 15 BRIDGE REMOVAL LS 2142 15 BULKHEAD ON LARGE DIAMETER PIPE EA 2253 17 BURD AVE SOUTH OF ST LOUIS AVE EA 2457 15 BY-PASS CHAMBER - REINFORCED CONCRETE LS 1351 15 BYPASS PUMPING LS 2707 15 BYPASS PUMPING PER 1000 GPM EA 1942 18 BYPASS PUMPING STATION EA 2585 10 CELLULAR CONCRETE BLOCK LINING SY 2708 17 CEMENT GROUTING OF VOIDS CY 83 08 CHANNEL - CONCRETE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET SY 85 08 CHANNEL REINF. CONCRETE TRANSITION SIDE 10 INCH SY 2661 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONC BOTTOM 12 INCH (TYPE ?) SY 77 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 07 INCH SY 78 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 08 INCH SY 79 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 10 INCH SY 185 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 12 INCH SY 1934 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 13 INCH SY 1928 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 14 INCH SY 2658 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 15 INCH SY 1935 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 16 INCH SY 2640 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 18 INCH SY 2659 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE BOTTOM 21 INCH SY 2079 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE SLOPED SIDES SY 81 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES 10 INCH SY 82 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES 12 INCH SY 1948 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES 14 INCH SY 1936 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES 15 INCH SY 1949 08 CHANNEL REINFORCED CONCRETE VERTICAL SIDES 16 INCH SY 1867 15 CHECK VALVE EA 1913 17 CHEMICAL GROUT ALLOWANCE AL 2574 17 CHEMICAL GROUT STRUCTURE EA 2677 17 CHEMICAL GROUTING GL 2495 15 CHEMICAL STORAGE FACILITIES LS 2509 06 CIP PIPE IN TUNNEL 108 INCH LF 2698 17 CIPP LINER - 06 INCH DIAMETER - 04.5 MM LF 2467 17 CIPP LINER - 08 INCH DIAMETER - 06 MM LF 2468 17 CIPP LINER - 08 INCH DIAMETER - 07.5 MM LF 2614 17 CIPP LINER - 10 INCH DIAMETER - 04.5 MM LF 2612 17 CIPP LINER - 10 INCH DIAMETER - 05 MM LF 2700 17 CIPP LINER - 10 INCH DIAMETER - 06 MM LF 2699 17 CIPP LINER - 12 INCH DIAMETER - 07.5 MM LF 2556 17 CIPP LINER - 15 INCH DIAMETER - 05.5 MM LF 2701 17 CIPP LINER - 15 INCH DIAMETER - 07.5 MM LF 2400 17 CIPP LINER - 18 INCH DIAMETER - 09 MM LF 2397 17 CIPP LINER - 21 INCH DIAMETER - 09 MM LF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 5 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2398 17 CIPP LINER - 24 INCH DIAMETER - 10.5 MM LF 2702 17 CIPP LINER - 24 INCH X 36 INCH EGG - 18 MM LF 2621 17 CIPP LINER - 24 INCH X 36 INCH EGG - 20 MM LF 2399 17 CIPP LINER - 27 INCH DIAMETER - 10.5 MM LF 2581 17 CIPP LINER - 28 INCH X 42 INCH EGG - 20 MM LF 2198 17 CIPP LINER - 30 INCH DIAMETER - 12 MM LF 2236 17 CIPP LINER - 30 INCH DIAMETER - 13.5MM LF 2197 17 CIPP LINER - 30 INCH DIAMETER - 15 MM LF 2199 17 CIPP LINER - 30 INCH DIAMETER - 16.5 MM LF 2237 17 CIPP LINER - 30 INCH DIAMETER - 18 MM LF 2582 17 CIPP LINER - 30 INCH X 42 INCH EGG - 21 MM LF 2622 17 CIPP LINER - 33 INCH DIAMETER - 21 MM LF 2623 17 CIPP LINER - 34 INCH DIAMETER - 22 MM LF 2615 17 CIPP LINER - 36 INCH DIAMETER - 16 MM LF 2613 17 CIPP LINER - 36 INCH DIAMETER - 16.5 MM LF 2180 17 CIPP LINER - 36 INCH DIAMETER - 18 MM LF 2179 17 CIPP LINER - 36 INCH DIAMETER - 19.5 MM LF 2208 17 CIPP LINER - 36 INCH X 48 INCH EGG - 33 MM LF 2238 17 CIPP LINER - 36 INCH X 56 INCH EGG - 30 MM LF 2239 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 15 MM LF 2246 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 18 MM LF 2200 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 19.5 MM LF 2583 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 20 MM LF 2584 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 21 MM LF 2201 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 22.5 MM LF 2240 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 24 MM LF 2195 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 28.5 MM LF 2196 17 CIPP LINER - 42 INCH DIAMETER - 30 MM LF 2242 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 18 MM LF 2241 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 19.5 MM LF 2243 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 22.5 MM LF 2203 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 24 MM LF 2206 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 25.5 MM LF 2202 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 27 MM LF 2244 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 28.5 MM LF 2205 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 33 MM LF 2204 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH DIAMETER - 34.5 MM LF 2245 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH X 67 INCH OVAL - 30 MM LF 2207 17 CIPP LINER - 48 INCH X 67 INCH OVAL - 34.5 MM LF 2627 17 CIPP LINER - 50 INCH TO 68 INCH LF 2482 17 CIPP LINER - 51 INCH DIAMETER - 24.5 MM LF 2481 17 CIPP LINER - 60 INCH DIAMETER - 31.5MM LF 2176 17 CIPP LINER - 63 INCH DIAMETER - 27 MM LF 2177 17 CIPP LINER - 63 INCH DIAMETER - 30 MM LF 2178 17 CIPP LINER - 63 INCH DIAMETER - 33 MM LF 2480 17 CIPP LINER - 75 INCH DIAMETER - 40 MM LF 2479 17 CIPP LINER - 78 INCH DIAMETER -38.5 MM LF 2626 17 CIPP LINER - 80 INCH DIAMETER LF 2478 17 CIPP LINER - 84 INCH DIAMETER - 43.5 MM LF 2181 17 CIPP LINER - 90 INCH DIAMETER - 37.5 MM LF 2182 17 CIPP LINER - 90 INCH DIAMETER - 52.5 MM LF 2021 17 CIPP LINING OF 3636 BIG BEND SEWER LS 2023 17 CIPP LINING OF ARLOE NO 5 SEWER LS 2025 17 CIPP LINING OF CLIFTON HEIGHTS JOINT SEWER LS 2026 17 CIPP LINING OF MACKLIND AVE SEWER - REACH 3 LS 2028 17 CIPP LINING OF MANCHESTER AVE PUBLIC RELIEF SEWER LS 2031 17 CIPP LINING OF MANCHESTER AVE SEWER - REACH 2 LS 2022 17 CIPP LINING OF MCCAUSLAND AVE NO 1 SEWER LS 2027 17 CIPP LINING OF TAMM AVE SEWER LS 2396 17 CIPP LINNER - 18 INCH DIAMETER - 09 MM LF 2254 17 CLARA AVENUE AND GREER TO TERRY EA 2151 17 CLARENDON DIVERSION STRUCTURE LS 2474 19 CLASS "A" CONCRETE SY 2150 17 CLASS "A" CONCRETE, PINE STREET SEWER CY ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 6 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2233 15 CLASS "A" REINFORCED CONCRETE CAP LF 2092 17 CLASS "A" REINFORCED CONCRETE INVERT 06 INCH, DALE AVENUE JOINT SEWER SY 2090 17 CLASS "B" CONCRETE, DALE AVENUE JOINT SEWER CY 2128 19 CLAY LINER/DIRT LS 2152 17 CLEAN AND PREPARE SEWER LF 2385 19 CLEANING AND TV 15" DIA. LF 2386 19 CLEANING AND TV 18" DIA. LF 2392 19 CLEANING AND TV 2' X 3' DIA. LF 2387 19 CLEANING AND TV 21" DIA. LF 2388 19 CLEANING AND TV 24" DIA. LF 2389 19 CLEANING AND TV 27" DIA. LF 2390 19 CLEANING AND TV 30" DIA. LF 2391 19 CLEANING AND TV 36" DIA. LF 2384 19 CLEANING AND TV 6" - 12" DIA. LF 2394 19 CLEANING BUCKET MACHINE CF 1763 15 CLEARING LS 6 10 CLEARING (CHANNEL PROJECTS) LS 2125 19 CLEARING/MOBILIZATION LS 2123 17 CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION INSPECTION - PRECONSTRUCTION LS 2124 17 CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION INSPECTION - POST CONSTRUCTION LS 125 01 COMPACTED BACKFILL (TRENCH) CY 126 01 COMPACTED FILL (CHANNEL) CY 2579 01 COMPACTION OF FILL CY 1869 15 COMPOSITE CREEK IMPROV. MATERIALS (GEOWEB, GEOTEXT., & ROCK BLANKET) LS 2423 10 COMPOSITE REVETMENT SY 2140 01 CONCRETE BACKFILL CY 2663 10 CONCRETE CHUTE SY 2596 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 06 INCH PIPE EA 171 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 08 INCH PIPE EA 2597 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 10 INCH PIPE EA 87 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 12 INCH PIPE EA 88 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 15 INCH PIPE EA 89 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 18 INCH PIPE EA 184 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 21 INCH PIPE EA 90 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 24 INCH PIPE EA 802 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 27 INCH PIPE EA 91 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 30 INCH PIPE EA 803 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 33 INCH PIPE EA 92 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 36 INCH PIPE EA 93 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 42 INCH PIPE EA 94 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 48 INCH PIPE EA 241 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 54 INCH PIPE EA 95 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 60 INCH PIPE EA 804 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 66 INCH PIPE EA 805 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 72 INCH PIPE EA 806 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 78 INCH PIPE EA 218 07 CONCRETE COLLAR 84 INCH PIPE EA 2714 07 CONCRETE CRADLE 8 INCH PIPE EA 2173 10 CONCRETE FILLED GEOWEB SY 1861 15 CONCRETE SWALE LS 1819 15 CONNECTION OF DOWN SPOUTS LS 2075 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL BOX CULVERT LARGE PL 2074 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL BOX CULVERT SMALL PL 102 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 12 INCH PIPE PL 103 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 15 INCH PIPE PL 104 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 18 INCH PIPE PL 244 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 21 INCH PIPE PL 216 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 24 INCH PIPE PL 807 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 27 INCH PIPE PL 166 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 30 INCH PIPE PL 808 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 33 INCH PIPE PL 196 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 36 INCH PIPE PL 237 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 42 INCH PIPE PL 192 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 48 INCH PIPE PL ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 7 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 105 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 54 INCH PIPE PL 2073 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 60 INCH PIPE PL 2641 09 CONNECTION TO CHANNEL 90 INCH PIPE PL 100 07 CONNECTION TO EXISTING INLET (12" THRU 24" PIPE) PL 1886 07 CONNECTION TO EXISTING JUNCTION CHAMBER PL 1967 07 CONNECTION TO EXISTING MANHOLE EA 99 07 CONNECTION TO EXISTING MANHOLE (8" THRU 24" PIPE) PL 809 07 CONNECTION TO LARGE SEWER (8" THRU 24" PIPE) PL 2452 07 CONNECTION TO LARGE SEWER 30 INCH PIPE PL 2119 07 CONNECTION TO LARGE SEWER 36 INCH PIPE PL 2458 07 CONNECTION TO LARGE SEWER 48 INCH PIPE PL 2453 07 CONNECTION TO LARGE SEWER 66 INCH PIPE PL 2655 07 CONNECTION TO LARGE SEWER 72 INCH PIPE PL 2561 17 CONSTRUCT MANHOLE (ORANGE BLOSSOM) LS 2562 17 CONSTRUCT MANHOLE (TALL TREE) LS 2575 15 CONSTRUCT NEW INTERCEPTOR LS 2520 06 CONTACT GROUT CY 2069 15 CONTINGENCIES AL 2115 18 CONTROL PANEL PLATFORM LS 2567 15 COPPER POTABLE WATER PIPE - 03 INCH DIAMETER LF 2711 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 12 INCH LF 195 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 18 INCH LF 155 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 21 INCH LF 152 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 24 INCH LF 47 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 30 INCH LF 810 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 36 INCH LF 159 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 42 INCH LF 211 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 48 INCH LF 1997 02 CORRUGATED METAL PIPE SEWER 60 INCH LF 128 01 CRUSHED LIMESTONE CY 2112 19 CRUSHED LIMESTONE (PAID AS UNSUITABLE SUBRADE) CY 2062 15 CRUSHED LIMESTONE (MSD 1) CY 2063 15 CRUSHED LIMESTONE (MSD 5) CY 1968 13 CRUSHED LIMESTONE BASE SY 2018 19 CRUSHED LIMESTONE UNSUITABLE SUBGRADE CY 2500 15 CSO TREATMENT FACILITY LS 1904 15 CULVERT REMOVAL LS 139 13 CURB - ASPHALTIC CONCRETE LF 138 13 CURB - ASPHALTIC CONCRETE REM. AND REP. LF 815 13 CURB - CONCRETE LF 2680 13 CURB - CONCRETE REM. AND REP. LF 1694 13 CURB - GRANITE LF 2221 13 CURB - LIMESTONE LF 2657 13 CURB AND GUTTER-CONCRETE LF 137 13 CURB AND GUTTER-CONCRETE-REM. AND REP. LF 2040 19 CURB-CONCRETE-REM. & REP. LF 2122 17 CURED IN PLACE PIPE - 8 INCH LF 1990 19 CUT OFF CORNER LF 1989 19 CUT OFF SHEETS SF 2091 17 DEBRIS AND ROCK REMOVAL, DALE AVENUE JOINT SEWER LS 2665 10 DEBRIS REMOVAL CY 2516 15 DEFORMATION MONITORING DEVICES EA 2639 01 DELETERIOUS EXCAVATION CY 2135 15 DEMOLITION EA 2558 15 DEMOLITION AND DISPOSAL LS 2669 15 DETENTION BASIN AND APPERTENANCES LS 2064 15 DEWATERING AL 2696 15 DEWATERING LF 2116 18 DISCHARGE MANHOLE LS 2717 15 DOWNSPOUT DISCONNECTION EA 2521 06 DRILL HOLES FOR SHAFT GROUTING LF 2522 06 DRILL HOLES FOR TUNNEL GROUTING LF 2212 15 DRILLED PIER LF 2213 15 DRILLED PIER - GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER AL ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 8 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2131 15 DRILLED PIER SHAFT LF 2523 06 DRILLED SHAFT BOTTOM EA 2524 06 DRILLED SHAFT FLAT SLAB TOP W/FRAME & GRATE, 48" EA 2525 06 DRILLED SHAFT RISER, PRECAST MANHOLE, 48" LF 2517 01 DRILLED SHAFT, EXCAVATION CLASS "A" CY 2518 01 DRILLED SHAFT, EXCAVATION CLASS "B" CY 2519 01 DRILLED SHAFT, EXCAVATION CLASS "C" CY 2526 06 DRILLED SHAFT, PERMANENT STEEL CASING,114" INSIDE DIAMETER LF 2527 06 DRILLED SHAFT, REINF CONC LID, FRAME & GRATE EA 1892 15 DRIVEWAY REMOVAL - CONCRETE LS 1920 15 DRIVEWAY REPLACEMENT - CONCRETE LS 136 13 DRIVEWAYS - ASPHALTIC CONCRETE SY 2041 19 DRIVEWAYS-ASPHALTIC CONC.-REM & REP. SF 2036 19 DRIVEWAYS-CONCRETE-REM & REP. (FIFTY (50) SQUARE FEET AND GREATER) SF 2035 19 DRIVEWAYS-CONCRETE-REM. & REP. (LESS THAN FIFTY (50) SQUARE FEET) SF 2037 19 DRIVEWAYS-CONCRETE-REM. & REP. (SIX (6) INCHES THICK) SF 2713 06 DUCTILE IRON PIPE IN TUNNEL 12 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2625 06 DUCTILE IRON PIPE IN TUNNEL 16 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2551 06 DUCTILE IRON PIPE IN TUNNEL 18 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2494 06 DUCTILE IRON PIPE IN TUNNEL 18 INCH CLASS 54 LF 2566 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 03 INCH CLASS 53 LF 2559 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 04 INCH CLASS 53 LF 2637 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 06 INCH CLASS 52 LF 194 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 06 INCH CLASS 53 LF 2595 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 08 INCH CLASS 52 LF 42 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 08 INCH CLASS 53 LF 43 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 10 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2599 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 12 INCH CLASS 52 LF 44 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 12 INCH CLASS 53 LF 830 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 14 INCH CLASS 52 LF 1926 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 14 INCH CLASS 53 LF 45 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 16 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2492 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 16 INCH CLASS 53 LF 46 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 18 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2493 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 18 INCH CLASS 54 LF 2695 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 20 INCH CLASS 52 LF 246 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 20 INCH CLASS 53 LF 197 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 24 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2174 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 24 INCH CLASS 53 LF 847 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 30 INCH CLASS 53 LF 1980 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 36 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2247 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 42 INCH LF 2110 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 48 INCH LF 2083 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 54 INCH CLASS 52 LF 2109 03 DUCTILE IRON PIPE SEWER 60 INCH LF 2461 15 ELECTRICAL LS 2496 15 ELECTRICAL BUILDING AND CONTROLS LS 816 01 ENCASEMENT - CLASS "A" CONCRETE CY 9 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "A" CY 817 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "A" (CITY OF ST. LOUIS) CY 2214 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "A" IN DRILLED PIER CY 50 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "A" IN TUNNEL CY 8 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "B" CY 818 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "B" (CITY OF ST. LOUIS) CY 51 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "B" IN TUNNEL CY 7 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "C" CY 2577 15 EXCAVATION CLASS "C" LS 819 01 EXCAVATION CLASS "C" (CITY OF ST. LOUIS) CY 2019 15 EXCAVATION CREW & EQUIPMENT HR 2107 19 EXTENSION OF ANY 6" SANITARY SEWER LATERALS BEYOND (FIVE) 5 FEET LF 2220 19 EXTENSION OF ANY SANITARY SEWER LATERAL BEYOND FIVE FEET LF 2440 19 EXTENSION OF ANY SANITARY SEWER LATERALS BEYOND FIVE FEET LF 2058 17 EXTERNAL CHEMICAL GROUTING ( TYPE "ECG" REPAIR ) EA 2588 10 FASCINES LF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 9 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2076 14 FENCE - 36 INCH CHAIN LINK LF 157 14 FENCE - 42 INCH CHAIN LINK LF 143 14 FENCE - 48 INCH CHAIN LINK LF 1899 14 FENCE - 60 INCH CHAIN LINK LF 145 14 FENCE - 72 INCH CHAIN LINK LF 2547 14 FENCE - 72 INCH WROUGHT IRON LF 2475 14 FENCE - 96 INCH CHAIN LINK LF 1912 17 FILLING OF VOID BETWEEN LINER AND TUNNEL CY 2172 01 FILLING OF VOIDS CY 1900 15 FLAP GATE 6" EA 199 07 FLARED END SECTION 12 INCH PIPE EA 820 07 FLARED END SECTION 15 INCH PIPE EA 70 07 FLARED END SECTION 18 INCH PIPE EA 2219 07 FLARED END SECTION 21 INCH PIPE EA 71 07 FLARED END SECTION 24 INCH PIPE EA 227 07 FLARED END SECTION 27 INCH PIPE EA 198 07 FLARED END SECTION 30 INCH PIPE EA 2671 07 FLARED END SECTION 31 INCH X 51 INCH ARCH PIPE EA 822 07 FLARED END SECTION 33 INCH PIPE EA 72 07 FLARED END SECTION 36 INCH PIPE EA 232 07 FLARED END SECTION 42 INCH PIPE EA 202 07 FLARED END SECTION 48 INCH PIPE EA 235 07 FLARED END SECTION 54 INCH PIPE EA 73 07 FLARED END SECTION 60 INCH PIPE EA 2139 07 FLARED END SECTION 66 INCH PIPE EA 2193 15 FLOOD PROOF STRUCTURE EA 2651 15 FLOODPROOFING #103 BALLAS RD. N. LS 2652 15 FLOODPROOFING #107 BALLAS RD. N. LS 2591 15 FLOODPROOFING 9350 WATSON INDUSTRIAL LS 2592 15 FLOODPROOFING 9380 WATSON INDUSTRIAL LS 2609 12 FLOW DIVERSION STRUCTURE A LS 2610 12 FLOW DIVERSION STRUCTURE B LS 2422 01 FLOWABLE FILL CY 221 10 FOOTBRIDGE - REINFORCED CONCRETE EA 2624 10 FOOTBRIDGE - STEEL FRAME/WOOD DECK EA 1994 18 FORCE MAIN 01.5 INCH LF 1940 18 FORCE MAIN 2 INCH LF 1941 18 FORCE MAIN 3 INCH LF 1946 18 FORCE MAIN 4 INCH LF 1947 18 FORCE MAIN 6 INCH LF 1953 04 FORCE MAIN PIPE 30 INCH LF 1954 04 FORCE MAIN PIPE 36 INCH LF 1955 04 FORCE MAIN PIPE 42 INCH LF 107 07 FOULWATER DROP - 08 INCH PIPE EA 108 07 FOULWATER DROP - 10 INCH PIPE EA 109 07 FOULWATER DROP - 12 INCH PIPE EA 2484 15 FOUNDATION PIERS LF 2716 15 FRENCH DRAIN LF 1095 15 GABIONS IN PLACE CY 2628 15 GAS MAIN REPLACEMENT 4 INCH CAST IRON (ALLOWANCE) LF 2629 15 GAS MAIN REPLACEMENT 6 INCH CAST IRON (ALLOWANCE) LS 2476 14 GATE EA 2012 19 GENERAL - CHEMICAL GROUT ALLOWANCE AL 2013 19 GENERAL - INTERIOR SEALING OF MANHOLES (LABOR AND MATERIALS) LS 2014 19 GENERAL - LATERAL DYE TESTING (NO CHARGE) EA 2175 19 GENERATOR INSTALLATION LS 2508 15 GEOFABRIC SY 2594 15 GEOTECHNICAL ALLOWANCE LS 2462 13 GEOWEB PAVING SY 2650 15 GRADE CONTROL SY 2459 10 GRADE CONTROL #1 SY 2460 10 GRADE CONTROL #2 SY 2424 10 GRADE CONTROL CHANNEL CY 2425 10 GRADE CONTROL STRUCTURE EA ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 10 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2675 10 GRADED STONE A CY 2676 10 GRADED STONE C CY 127 01 GRANULAR BACKFILL CY 2234 15 GRIT REMOVAL TN 2434 17 GROUT ALLOWANCE AL 2549 06 GROUT HOLE CONNECTIONS FOR SHAFT GROUTING EA 2533 06 GROUT HOLE CONNECTIONS FOR TUNNEL GROUTING EA 2395 17 GROUT RING - COMPLETE EA 2428 14 GROUTED RIP-RAP SY 2029 17 GROUTING OF MANHOLE SH-1, MACKLIND AVE SEWER - REACH 3 LS 1907 15 GUARD RAIL LF 2426 10 GULLY REPAIR EA 76 07 HEADWALL - REINFORCED CONCRETE PL 2165 14 HEAVY STONE REVETMENT SY 2235 15 HIGH RIVER DEMOBILIZATION LS 2672 08 HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE SLAB SY 2133 15 HOME BUY-OUT EA 2100 15 HY - SPAN PRECAST CONCRETE BRIDGE LS 2505 15 IMPACTED WATER DISPOSAL CF 2515 15 INCLINOMETERS LF 68 12 INLET - 2 GRATE EA 2222 12 INLET - 2 GRATE WITH SIDE INTAKE EA 2617 12 INLET - 3 GRATE EA 69 12 INLET - 4 GRATE EA 65 12 INLET - AREA EA 67 12 INLET - DOUBLE EA 2678 12 INLET - DOUBLE (COMPLETE) EA 66 12 INLET - MULTIPLE EA 1938 12 INLET - SPECIAL EA 64 12 INLET - STREET EA 2473 19 INLET - TRAPPED EA 2586 12 INLET - TRIPLE EA 1874 12 INLET MANHOLE - SPECIAL EA 63 12 INLET MANHOLE - TOP SECTION EA 2616 12 INLET MANHOLE - TOP SECTION (DOUBLE) EA 2472 19 INLET-SINGLE AREA EA 2450 17 INSTALL CEMENTITIOUS LINER LF 2451 17 INSTALL EPOXY LINER LF 2573 12 INSTALL MANHOLE COVERS (ONLY) EA 2572 12 INSTALL MANHOLE FRAMES (ONLY) EA 2445 17 INSTALL URETHANE COATING EA 2602 12 INTERCEPTOR / OUTFALL STRUCTURE - COMPLETE LS 2078 15 INTERCONNECT NEW AND EXISTING FORCE MAIN PL 1944 15 INTERIOR PLUMBING 4 INCH PIPE LF 1986 17 INTERIOR SEALING OF MANHOLES LS 2183 17 INTERIOR SEALING OF MANHOLES SF 2534 06 JET GROUTING LF 2589 10 JOINT STAKING SY 1925 12 JUNCTION CHAMBER - REINFORCED CONCRETE - LARGE EA 75 12 JUNCTION CHAMBER - REINFORCED CONCRETE - SMALL EA 1927 12 JUNCTION CHAMBER "C" - REINFORCED CONCRETE EA 1888 15 JUNCTION CHAMBER 110 - REINFORCED CONCRETE EA 2580 14 LANDSCAPING ALLOWANCE AL 2098 15 LATERAL DYE TESTING EA 1966 19 LATERAL EXTENSION BEYOND 5 FEET LF 2439 15 LATERAL LOCATION LF 2154 17 LATERAL PATCH (TYPE "LP" REPAIR) EA 2099 19 LATERAL RECONNECTION LF 2704 17 LATERAL REPAIR - NON-PERSON ENTRY EA 2703 17 LATERAL REPAIR - PERSON ENTRY EA 2644 15 LATERAL REPAIR (CIPP) EA 2643 15 LATERAL REPAIR (EXCAVATION - PAVEMENT) EA 2642 15 LATERAL REPAIR (EXCAVATION - YARD/SIDEWALK) EA 2431 17 LATERAL REPAIR (TYPRE LR REPAIR) LF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 11 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2047 19 LATERAL REPLACEMENT LF 1833 15 LIFT STATION LS 2564 10 LIVE CRIB WALL CY 2647 10 LOG CRIB WALL - BASE CONNECTED TO BEDROCK LF 2646 10 LOG CRIB WALL - BASE SECTION LF 2645 10 LOG CRIB WALL - TOP SECTION LF 2603 15 LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION LS 53 12 MANHOLE - SPECIAL EA 2118 12 MANHOLE - SPECIAL 60 INCH DIAMETER EA 2555 12 MANHOLE - SPECIAL 60 INCH DIAMETER LF 2441 12 MANHOLE - SPECIAL 72 INCH DIAMETER EA 2554 12 MANHOLE - SPECIAL 72 INCH DIAMETER LF 52 12 MANHOLE - STANDARD CONSTRUCTION LF 2210 17 MANHOLE 21-13 REMOVE AND REPLACE - OAKLAND AVE PUBLIC SEWER & BRANCH LS 2184 17 MANHOLE 6-2 REMOVE AND REPLACE - KINGSHIGHWAY/LAKE SEWER LS 2185 17 MANHOLE 6-3 REMOVE AND REPLACE - KINGSHIGHWAY/LAKE SEWER LS 2186 17 MANHOLE 6-4 REMOVE AND REPLACE - KINGSHIGHWAY/LAKE SEWER LS 2187 17 MANHOLE 6-6 REMOVE AND REPLACE - KINGSHIGHWAY/LAKE SEWER LS 2148 17 MANHOLE BS-2 REPLACEMENT, BLACKSTONE PUBLIC SEWER LS 1759 12 MANHOLE COVER SEALS EA 2032 19 MANHOLE FRAME & COVER ADJUSTMENT (INCLUDES FIRST FOOT OF NEW MASONRY) EA 2436 17 MANHOLE FRAME AND COVER REMOVE AND REPLACE EA 1760 12 MANHOLE FRAME SEALS EA 1800 12 MANHOLE INSERTS PL 2033 19 MANHOLE MASONRY (GREATER THAN ONE (1) FOOT) LF 2188 17 MANHOLE MH 059 REMOVE AND REPLACE - O'FALLON COMBINED SEWER LS 2189 17 MANHOLE MH 107 REMOVE AND REPLACE - O'FALLON COMBINED SEWER LS 2437 17 MANHOLE PIPE CONNECTIONS REHABILITATION EA 1699 17 MANHOLE REHABILITATION LF 2209 17 MANHOLE REMOVE AND REPLACE - FOREST PARK FW SEWER & CONN TO RDP (LOWER REACH) EA 2149 17 MANHOLE REPLACEMENT, EXTENSION OF LINDELL SEWER EA 2190 17 MANHOLE TG-1 REMOVE AND REPLACE - TOWER GROVE PARK SEWER LS 2191 17 MANHOLE TG-2 REMOVE AND REPLACE - TOWER GROVE PARK SEWER LS 2192 17 MANHOLE TG-3A - TOWER GROVE PARK SEWER LS 2455 12 MANHOLE TOP SECTIONS EA 1945 15 MASTER TRAP 6 INCH EA 2570 07 MISCELLANEOUS CONNECTIONS EA 2550 06 MIXING AND PLACING GROUT FOR SHAFTS CY 2535 06 MIXING AND PLACING GROUT FOR TUNNEL CY 5 16 MOBILIZATION (projects over $75,000) LS 2706 17 MOBILIZATION OF BUCKET MACHINE PER LOCATION EA 2381 19 MOBILIZATION PER LOCATION EA 2393 19 MOBILIZATION, EMERGENCY EA 2435 10 MODULAR BLOCK WALL SF 2134 15 MOVING EXPENSES EA 2102 15 NEW 8 INCH PIPING W/ EXCAVATION LS 2513 15 OBSERVATION WELLS LF 1914 17 OPENING AND RESTORATION OF EXISTING ACCESS SHAFTS LS 1939 15 OUTLET STRUCTURE LS 2497 15 OVERBROOK DR. #22 LS 2498 15 OVERBROOK DR. #29 LS 2673 07 PERFORATED PIPE 6 INCH (INCLUDES ROCK, FABRIC) LF 172 07 PERFORATED PIPE 8 INCH (INCLUDES ROCK, FABRIC) LF 2057 19 PERMIT REIMBURSEMENT LS 2065 15 PILE AUGERCAST LF 2532 06 PIPE IN SHAFT 84 INCH LF 2215 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 06 INCH LF 48 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 08 INCH LF 168 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 10 INCH LF 2506 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 108 INCH LF 167 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 12 INCH LF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 12 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2634 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 144 INCH LF 823 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 15 INCH LF 156 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 18 INCH LF 178 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 21 INCH LF 193 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 24 INCH LF 824 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 27 INCH LF 169 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 30 INCH LF 831 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 33 INCH LF 825 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 36 INCH LF 826 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 42 INCH LF 229 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 48 INCH LF 243 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 54 INCH LF 2061 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 60 INCH LF 2138 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 66 INCH LF 2605 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 72 INCH LF 2606 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 78 INCH LF 2601 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 84 INCH LF 2710 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 90 INCH LF 2608 06 PIPE IN TUNNEL 96 INCH LF 1901 17 PIPE SEWER (SLIP-LINE) 8" LF 2046 19 PIPE SEWER 06 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 32 04 PIPE SEWER 06 INCH (INCLUDES EXCAVATION) LF 33 04 PIPE SEWER 08 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 34 04 PIPE SEWER 10 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 35 04 PIPE SEWER 12 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 36 04 PIPE SEWER 15 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 37 04 PIPE SEWER 18 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 38 04 PIPE SEWER 21 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 39 04 PIPE SEWER 24 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 40 04 PIPE SEWER 27 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 41 04 PIPE SEWER 30 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 180 04 PIPE SEWER 36 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 1976 04 PIPE SEWER 42 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 2081 04 PIPE SEWER 48 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 2082 04 PIPE SEWER 54 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 1982 19 PIPE SEWER 6 INCH (SANITARY) LF 2060 04 PIPE SEWER 60 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 2709 04 PIPE SEWER 90 INCH (SANITARY/COMBINED) LF 2232 17 PIPEBURST 12 INCH PIPE AND INSTALL 18 INCH PIPE LF 2660 17 PIPEBURST 18 INCH PIPE AND INSTALL 18 INCH LF 1956 07 PLUG VALVE 30 INCH EA 1957 07 PLUG VALVE 36 INCH EA 1958 07 PLUG VALVE 42 INCH EA 2560 17 POINT REPAIR - (THREE OAKS) LS 2469 17 POINT REPAIR - OVER 10 FEET DEEP EA 2470 17 POINT REPAIR - UNDER 10 FEET DEEP EA 2130 15 PRECAST CONCRETE ARCH BRIDGE LF 2697 15 PRE-CONSTRUCTION PROPERTY DAMAGE SURVEY EA 2514 15 PROBE EXTENSOMETERS LF 900 16 PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF SITE LS 2401 19 PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF SITE, LESS SODDING - BLUEGRASS LS 2607 15 PUMP STATION LS 2466 15 PUMP STATION ACCESS ROAD LS 2104 15 PUMP STATION AND SITE WORK (COMPLETE) LS 2066 15 PVC COUPLING EA 2068 15 R & R CONCRETE APRON SY 2101 15 RAILROAD TIE WALL - REMOVE AND REPLACE SY 2106 19 RECONNECTION OF 6" SANITARY SEWER SERVICE LATERALS EA 2117 19 RECONNECTION OF SANITARY SEWER SERVICE LATERALS LF 2449 17 REHABILITATE BENCH AND INVERT EA 2446 17 REHABILITATE CONE EA 2448 17 REHABILITATE PIPE SEALS EA 2447 17 REHABILITATE WALL EA 1902 15 REINFORCED CONCRETE ACCESS RAMP LS ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 13 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2670 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE ARCH PIPE SEWER 31 INCH X 51 INCH LF 827 10 REINFORCED CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CY 2054 07 REINFORCED CONCRETE HEADWALL & SPILLWAY LS 2050 07 REINFORCED CONCRETE HEADWALL & SPILLWAY - DRURY LN LS 2051 07 REINFORCED CONCRETE HEADWALL & SPILLWAY - ELLENDALE AVE [ DELETED ] LS 2052 07 REINFORCED CONCRETE HEADWALL & SPILLWAY - KENSINGTON AVE LS 2053 07 REINFORCED CONCRETE HEADWALL & SPILLWAY - PICADILLY AVE LS 2055 07 REINFORCED CONCRETE HEADWALL & SPILLWAY - WELLINGTON CT LS 2120 10 REINFORCED CONCRETE HEADWALL AND SPILLWAY CY 2682 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE HORIZONTAL ELLIPTICAL PIPE SEWER ?? INCHES X ?? INCHES LF 2017 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE HORIZONTAL ELLIPTICAL PIPE SEWER 24 INCHES X 38 INCHES LF 1979 17 REINFORCED CONCRETE INVERT CY 2507 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE LOW-HEAD PRESSURE PIPE, CL C-125, 108" LF 2160 12 REINFORCED CONCRETE MANHOLE EA 1933 12 REINFORCED CONCRETE MANHOLE BOTTOM SECTION EA 2067 15 REINFORCED CONCRETE PILE CAP LS 10 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 12 INCH CLASS III LF 2223 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 12 INCH CLASS IV LF 2633 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 144 INCH CLASS II LF 11 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 15 INCH CLASS III LF 12 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 18 INCH CLASS III LF 13 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 21 INCH CLASS III LF 14 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 24 INCH CLASS III LF 2421 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 24 INCH CLASS V LF 15 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 27 INCH CLASS III LF 2194 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 27 INCH CLASS IV LF 2683 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 27 INCH CLASS V LF 16 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 30 INCH CLASS III LF 2571 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 30 INCH CLASS V LF 17 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 33 INCH CLASS III LF 18 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 36 INCH CLASS III LF 2684 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 36 INCH CLASS IV LF 2685 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 36 INCH CLASS V LF 19 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 42 INCH CLASS II LF 1916 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 42 INCH CLASS III LF 2681 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 42 INCH CLASS IV LF 20 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 48 INCH CLASS II LF 2163 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 48 INCH CLASS III LF 2686 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 48 INCH CLASS IV LF 2687 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 48 INCH CLASS V LF 21 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 54 INCH CLASS II LF 1931 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 54 INCH CLASS III LF 2688 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 54 INCH CLASS IV LF 2689 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 54 INCH CLASS V LF 22 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 60 INCH CLASS II LF 1932 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 60 INCH CLASS III LF 2690 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 60 INCH CLASS IV LF 2691 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 60 INCH CLASS V LF 23 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 66 INCH CLASS II LF 2164 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 66 INCH CLASS III LF 2692 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 66 INCH CLASS V LF 24 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 72 INCH CLASS II LF 25 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 78 INCH CLASS II LF 2420 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 78 INCH CLASS III LF 2419 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 78 INCH CLASS IV LF 26 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 84 INCH CLASS II LF 27 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 90 INCH CLASS II LF 28 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 96 INCH CLASS II LF 2499 05 REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SEWER 96 INCH CLASS IV LF 1984 17 REINFORCED SHOTCREE LINER 04-INCH, FILLMORE ST SEWER LS 1977 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 04 INCH SF 1978 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 10 INCH SF ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 14 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2486 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 02 INCH SF 2086 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 04 INCH W/ LINER PLATES, ARLOE JOINT SEWER LS 2088 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 04 INCH, DALE AVENUE JOINT SEWER LS 2085 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 04 INCH, EUCLID AVENUE STORM SEWER LS 2093 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 04 INCH, MANCHESTER AVE SEWER - REACH 1 LS 2089 17 REINFORCED SHOTCRETE LINER 06 INCH , DALE AVENUE JOINT SEWER LS 2438 19 RELOCATION OF WATER SERVICE CONN. IN DIRECT CONFLICT W/THE NEW CONSTRUCTION EA 2166 19 RELOCATION OF WATER SERVICES EA 1878 15 REMOBILIZATION LS 1898 15 REMOVAL AND ADJUSTMENT OF STRUCTURES LS 1893 15 REMOVAL OF CONCRETE LS 2576 15 REMOVAL OF INTERCEPTOR LS 2569 15 REMOVAL OF SHEET PILING SF 2694 15 REMOVAL OF UNSUITABLE SUBGRADE CY 2113 15 REMOVE AND REPLACE STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES LS 1896 15 REMOVE CONC. DRIVEWAY & REPLACE W/ ASPHALTIC CONC. SY 1909 17 REPAIR OF CONCRETE AT BASE OF SEWER WALL (TYPE "B" REPAIR) LF 2094 17 REPAIR OF LATERAL SEWER CONNECTION ( TYPE "LC" REPAIR) EA 2649 15 REPAIR RETAINING WALL UNDERMINING LF 2230 17 REPAIRS AT MANHOLE CORBEL PL 2443 17 REPLACE FRAME& COVER EA 2153 17 REPLACEMENT OF LATERAL SEWER ( TYPE "RL" REPAIR) EA 2693 15 REPLACEMENT OF UNSUITABLE SUBGRADE CY 2145 17 RETEST JOINTS (GUARANTY) FOREST PARK SW DRAINAGE FACILITIES REACH 1 LS 2156 14 REVEGETATION BLANKET SY 2546 14 RIP RAP SY 2565 10 RIPRAP KEY SY 130 14 ROCK BLANKET SY 129 14 ROCK BLANKET - GROUTED SY 2528 06 ROCK BOLTS, GROUTED RESIN, #8 X 30' EA 2529 06 ROCK BOLTS, GROUTED RESIN, #8 X 5.5' EA 2530 06 ROCK BOLTS, GROUTED RESIN, #8 X 6' EA 2531 06 ROCK BOLTS, GROUTED RESIN, FOUR #8 X 5.5' EA SET PL 2578 10 ROCK FILL SLOPE PROTECTION LS 2248 10 ROCK LINING SY 2611 10 ROCK LINING (2 FT. THICK) SY 2587 10 ROCK TOE PROTECTION SY 2056 19 SANITARY LATERAL, 6" LF 1862 15 SANITARY SEWER CLEANOUT EA 2114 19 SANITARY SEWER SERVICE LATERALS LF 2034 19 SAW-CUTTING CONCRETE PAVEMENT (LESS THAN TWENTY-FIVE (25) FEET/PLACE) PL 2144 17 SEAL AND RETEST JOINTS - FOREST PARK SW DRAINAGE FACILITIES REACH 1 EA 2705 17 SEAL SERVICE CONNECTION EA 1910 17 SEALING OF CRACKS BY GROUT INJECTION (TYPE "C" REPAIR) LF 2168 15 SECURITY (ALLOWANCE) AL 142 14 SEEDING SY 2563 10 SEEDING & LIVE STAKING SY 2251 17 SEMPLE SOUTH OF ST LOUIS AVE EA 1975 15 SEPTIC TANK AND DRAINFIELD REPLACEMENT LS 2121 17 SEWER DIVERSION - EUCLID DIVERSION STRUCTURE LS 2382 19 SEWER RE-CONNECTIONS 8" - 24" DIA. EA 2383 19 SEWER RE-CONNECTIONS OVER 24" DIA. EA 2653 15 SEWER SEPARATION / DRIVEWAY DISCONNECT EA 2536 06 SHAFT GROUT HOLE REINFORCEMENT, #8 X 20' EA 1844 15 SHEET PILING SF 2070 15 SHEET PILING AL 2169 15 SHOP AND FIELD PREPERATION LS 1887 15 SHORING LEFT IN PLACE SF 2087 17 SHOTCRETE LINER 02 INCH , OLD BLACKSTONE PUBLIC SEWER LS 2096 17 SHOTCRETE LINER 02 INCH, EXTENSION OF LINDELL SEWER LS 2084 17 SHOTCRETE LINER 02 INCH, EXTENSION OF WYDOWN SEWER LS 2095 17 SHOTCRETE LINER 02 INCH, MANCHESTER AVE PUBLIC RELIEF SEWER LS 1983 17 SHOTCRETE LINER 02-INCH, FILLMORE ST SEWER LS ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 15 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2502 17 SHOTCRETE LINER 4 INCH THICK SY 2429 17 SHOTCRETE MORTAR PROTECTION SF 2488 13 SIDEWALK - ASPHALT SY 2224 13 SIDEWALK - CHAT SY 1870 13 SIDEWALK - CONCRETE SF 133 13 SIDEWALKS & DRIVEWAYS CONCRETE- REM. AND REP. SY 2503 13 SIDEWALKS EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE-REM AND REP SY 2042 19 SIDEWALKS-ASPHALTIC CONCRETE-REM. & REP. SF 2039 19 SIDEWALKS-CONCRETE-REM. & REP. (FIFTY (50) SQUARE FEET AND GREATER) SF 2038 19 SIDEWALKS-CONCRETE-REM. & REP. (LESS THAN FIFTY (50) SQUARE FEET) SF 2080 15 SINKHOLE TREATMENT PL 2127 19 SITE PIPING LS 2218 17 SLAB REPAIR - FULL DEPTH - 9 INCH SF 2216 17 SLAB REPAIR - PARTIAL DEPTH - REBAR EXPOSED SF 2217 17 SLAB REPAIR - PARTIAL DEPTH - REBAR NOT EXPOSED SF 140 14 SODDING - BLUEGRASS SY 2632 14 SODDING - FESCUE SY 141 14 SODDING - ZOYSIA SY 2077 15 SOIL TESTING LS 2097 17 SPALLED CONCRETE AND EXPOSED REBAR REPAIR (TYPE "SC" REPAIR) SF 1890 12 SPECIAL 2 GRATE INLET WITH TRAP EA 1971 01 SPECIAL BEDDING - MANHOLE PL 1970 01 SPECIAL BEDDING - PIPE LF 1875 15 SPECIAL MANHOLE EA 1897 15 SPECIAL MANHOLE WITH FOULWATER DROPS LS 2030 12 SPECIAL SHALLOW INLET EA 1919 15 SPECIAL SHALLOW MANHOLE EA 2111 15 SPECIAL SHORING PL 2715 15 SPECIAL SITE WORK LS 2631 12 SPECIAL STRUCTURE LS 2159 17 SPECIAL WASTE DISPOSAL (ALLOWANCE) CY 2256 15 SPECIAL WASTE DISPOSAL (ALLOWANCE) CY 2501 15 SPECIAL WASTE DISPOSAL/EXCAVATED SOIL CY 2664 10 SPRING REPAIR CY 2105 15 STAND-BY GENERATOR LS 2537 06 STEEL PILE, BORED LF 2568 15 STREAMBANK MITIGATION (404 & 401 PERMIT) SF 1866 13 STREET PAVEMENT - ASPHALT OVERLAY (2 INCH) SY 134 13 STREET PAVEMENT - ASPHALTIC CONCRETE REM. AND REP. SY 135 13 STREET PAVEMENT - BITUMINOUS WEARING SURFACE SY 2656 13 STREET PAVEMENT - CONCRETE SY 131 13 STREET PAVEMENT - CONCRETE REM. AND REP. SY 2043 19 STREET PAVEMENT-ASPHALTIC CONCRETE-REM. & REP. SF 2044 19 STREET PAVEMENT-ASPHALTIC CONCRETE-SURF. & RIGID BASE-REM. & REP. SF 2045 19 STREET PAVEMENT-CONCRETE-REM. & REP. SF 132 13 STREET PVMT-ASPHL CONC SURF & RIGID BASE-REM & REP SY 2511 15 STRUCTURAL MONITORING POINTS EA 2157 17 STRUCTURE VI LS 160 07 STUB AND STOPPER 06 INCH PIPE EA 115 07 STUB AND STOPPER 08 INCH PIPE EA 828 07 STUB AND STOPPER 10 INCH PIPE EA 116 07 STUB AND STOPPER 12 INCH PIPE EA 829 07 STUB AND STOPPER 15 INCH PIPE EA 208 07 STUB AND STOPPER 18 INCH PIPE EA 2718 07 STUB AND STOPPER 36 INCH PIPE EA 2548 07 STUB AND STOPPER 42 INCH PIPE EA 2171 15 SUMP PUMP EA 2512 15 SURFACE MONITORING POINTS EA 2146 17 TEMPORARY ACCESS SHAFT, EUCLID AVENUE STORM SEWER LS 2147 17 TEMPORARY ACCESS SHAFT, OLD BLACKSTONE PUBLIC SEWER LS 1879 15 TERMINATION OF CONTRACT LS 2427 15 TESTING ALLOWANCE AL 2155 07 THRUST BLOCK EA 2666 10 TIDEFLEX DRAIN OUTFLOW EA ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CIPRO PAY ITEMS 16 of 16 PAY_ ITEM # Cate- gory Description Unit 2538 06 TIE-BACK ANCHOR EA 2539 06 TIMBER LAGGING SY 2662 10 TOE WALL LF 1996 17 TOTAL CONSTRUCTION FOR PERIOD LS 1973 19 TOTAL CONSTRUCTION FOR PROJECT LS 2618 15 TRANSITION SECTION - LARGE EA 2619 15 TRANSITION SECTION - SMALL EA 2231 15 TRASH GUARD LS 2020 15 TREE EA 1987 12 TRENCH DRAIN EA 2679 12 TRENCH DRAIN (COMPLETE) EA 2540 06 TUNNEL LINER PLATE SF 2541 06 TUNNEL SHAFT #1 LS 2542 06 TUNNEL SHAFT #2 LS 2600 06 TUNNEL SHAFT #3 LS 2543 06 TUNNEL SHAFT #4 LS 1985 17 TYPE "C" REPAIRS LF 2485 15 UNDERGROUND LOCATION EA 1972 19 UNSUITABLE SUBGRADE CY 2491 19 UNSUITABLE SUBGRADE CY 2510 15 UTILITY MONITORING POINTS EA 901 16 UTILITY RELOCATION LS 2456 15 VALVE CHAMBER - REINFORCED CONCRETE EA 1943 18 VALVE JUNCTION BOX EA 2648 10 VEGETATED GABIONS IN PLACE CY 2638 10 VEGETATED REINFORCED EARTHEN SWALE SY 2590 10 VEGETATED REINFORCED SOIL SLOPE SY 2463 13 VEHICLE ACCESS PAVERS SY 1911 17 VOID REPAIR (TYPE "VR" REPAIR) SF 2059 17 VOID REPAIR IN CROWN SF 2108 19 WATER SERVICE CONNECTION EA 1995 19 WATER SERVICES RELOCATED LS 2544 06 WELDED WIRE FABRIC, WWF 4 X 4 - W2.9 X W2.9 SY 2545 06 WELDED WIRE FABRIC, WWF 6 X 6 - W4 X W4 SY 2170 15 WINDOW GLASS BLOCK EA 2489 15 WROUGHT IRON GATE LS 1961 15 WWTP BYPASS VAULT EA 1960 15 WWTP VALVE VAULT EA 110 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 08 INCH PIPE EA 111 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 10 INCH PIPE EA 112 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 12 INCH PIPE EA 113 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 15 INCH PIPE EA 114 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 18 INCH PIPE EA 179 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 21 INCH PIPE EA 183 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 24 INCH PIPE EA 1903 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 27 INCH PIPE EA 1969 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 30 INCH PIPE EA 2211 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 36 INCH PIPE EA 2454 07 WYE 06 INCH ON 42 INCH PIPE OR LARGER EA 2136 07 WYE 08 INCH ON 08 INCH PIPE EA 2225 07 WYE 08 INCH ON 12 INCH PIPE EA 2167 07 WYE 08 INCH ON 18 INCH PIPE EA 2226 07 WYE 08 INCH ON 24 INCH PIPE EA 2132 07 WYE 08 INCH ON 36 INCH PIPE EA 2552 07 WYE 12 INCH 0N 36 INCH PIPE EA 2227 07 WYE 12 INCH ON 12 INCH PIPE EA 2228 07 WYE 12 INCH ON 15 INCH PIPE EA 2229 07 WYE 12 INCH ON 24 INCH PIPE EA 2553 07 WYE 12 INCH ON 36 INCH PIPE EA