Contains added chapters emphasizing the importance of choosing the correct project and defining project goals. Stresses the need for adequate front end loading (FEL) and outlines the responsibility of the venture manager in project selection. Provides updated case studies and examples on technical evaluation criteria, construction progress monitoring, offshore estimating, and more. The authors discuss such topics as initial involvement and plan of action, process design, regulatory compliance, risk analysis, project execution plan/master project schedule, estimating, contracting, detailed engineering, procurement, construction management, project control, contracts administration, communications, and plant start-up.Table 19.24 Comprehensive Electrical Estimating Units Frequently the distribution system is at 13.8 kV and large 306 Chapter 19. Fixed Cost Variable Cost IB per i uu n ~ O Description Unit Mata#39;l, $ Labor, W-H Mata#39;l, $ Labor, W-H 1- 25hp ea 1, 300 ... 3, 400 75 50 Amp Feeder (25 kVA) ea 530 25 410 25 100 Amp Feeder (50 kVA) ea 790 30 600 25 200 Amp Feeder (1 ... outlets including feeder , transformer, panel, lights and receptacles - process, utilities and tank farm pumps areas 100ftanbsp;...
|Title||:||Planning, Estimating, and Control of Chemical Construction Projects, Second Edition|
|Author||:||Pablo F. Navarrete, William C. Cole|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-01-23|