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Standard Schedule

amount, capital and labor

STANDARD SCHEDULE The following is a good standard schedule for the work covered in this volume: Job Number— Page Estimate Number— Date • Field Conditions C A Amount of work.

C

Ek Kind of equipment available.

C Ec

Condition of equipment.

C F

Character of superintendence available.

C C4

General layout.

C H

Time of year when work will probably be done.

C Lk

Character of labor available.

C Lq

Condition of labor market.

C Lr

Rate of wages.

C Mq.

Kind of material to be handled, and its quality.

C 0

Management.

C P

Kind of power to be used on the majority of the work.

C S

Kind of supplies to be handled, and probable means to be em employed in getting them on the work.

C Tk

Kind of tools to be used.

C V

Amount of haste to be expected, whether the work is to be night-shifted, etc.

C W.

Probable weather to be pated.

C X.

Miscellaneous.

Specific Quantities Number of units (cubic yards, tons, barrels, bags, square feet of forms, thousand feet, B. M. (board measure), thousand brick, etc.).

Amount of Capital C E Amount of capital necessary for equipment.

C

T Amount of capital necessary for tools.

C

B Amount of capital necessary for buildings.

C C

Amount of capital necessary for cash.

C X.

Amount of capital necessary for miscellaneous purposes.

Estimated Total Cost for Completing En

tire Job under Items as Below A Storage.

B Bonus or discounts.

C Charity or accidents.

D Depreciation.

Fire insurance.

G Bond to guarantee contractor.

A. Rent.

I. Interest.

0

Preparatory costs.

P Advertising.

R Repairs.

S Burglary insurance.

T Freight, express, and traveling expenses.

Q Accident insurance.

Estimated

under Items as Below Lh Hourly direct labor.

L m & w. . Weekly and monthly labor.

Li. Incidental labor.

F Superintendence.

M. Materials.

S Supplies.

X Miscellaneous.

These can then be grouped together under the following heads: Estimated Total F Field.

U. Sub-contract.

O Overhead, office.

X. Overhead, miscellaneous.

Grand Total of Cost Profit