Cost Estimating Manual for Pipelines and Marine Structures

$78.69

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Current Stock:
SKU:
9780872011571
SUBTITLE:
Eliminates guess work and enables you to turn out fast, accurate cost, labor, and equipment estimates
ISBN-10 DIGIT:
0872011577
ISBN-13 DIGIT:
9780872011571
AUTHOR-1:
John S. Page
COPYRIGHT/PUBLICATION DATE:
1977
BINDING:
Comb-bound
PAGE COUNT:
316

Attributes

Current Stock:
SKU:
9780872011571
SUBTITLE:
Eliminates guess work and enables you to turn out fast, accurate cost, labor, and equipment estimates
ISBN-10 DIGIT:
0872011577
ISBN-13 DIGIT:
9780872011571
AUTHOR-1:
John S. Page
COPYRIGHT/PUBLICATION DATE:
1977
BINDING:
Comb-bound
PAGE COUNT:
316

Description

For more than 20 years, this manual has been the most useful, comprehensive tool available for providing estimates for the installation of cross-country pipelines, offshore drilling platforms, submerged pipelines, single-point mooring terminals, and many other kinds of pipelines and marine structures.

 

<font="+1">Table of Contents:

Preface
The Human Factor in Estimating
Introduction
Labor Productivity

Section One-Cross-Country Pipelines

Section Introduction
Average Pipelay Table Underground
Average Pipelay Table On Supports
Productivity and Percentage Efficiency Factors
Example Application of Factors
Clearing and Grading Right-of-Way -General Notes
Clearing and Grading Right-of-Way Labor Crew
Clearing and Grading Right-of-Way -Equipment Spread
Pipeline Lay-Out Labor Crew, Equipment and Tool Spread
Unload, Handle, Haul and String Pipe General Notes
Unload, Handle, Haul and String Pipe Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Ditching and Trenching General Notes
Ditching and Trenching Labor Crew
Ditching and Trenching Equipment Spread
Bending Operations GeneraI Notes
Bending Operations Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Aligning and Welding Operation GeneraI Notes
Aligning and Welding Operation Labor Crew
Aligning and Welding Operation Equipment Spread
Cleaning, Priming, Coating and Wrapping General Notes
Cleaning, Priming, Coating and Wrapping Labor Crew
Cleaning, Priming, Coating and Wrapping Equipment Spread
Cleaning, Priming, Coating and Wrapping Joints Only
Sandblast and Paint Pipe Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Lowering Pipe in Trench General Notes
Lowering Pipe in Trench Labor Crew
Lowering Pipe in Trench Equipment Spread
Valve Installation Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Valve Installation Time Requirements
Cleaning and Testing Pipelines General Notes
Cleaning and Testing Pipelines Labor Crew
Cleaning and Testing Pipelines Equipment Spread
Backfilling General Notes
Backfilling Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Clean Up Operations General Notes
Clean Up Operations Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Utility Operations General Notes
Utility Operations -Labor Crew
Utility Operations Equipment Spread

Section Two-Marshland Pipelines

Section Introduction
Average Pipelay Table
Productivity and Percentage Efficiency Factors
Example Application of Factors
Aligning and Welding General Notes
Aligning and Welding Labor Crew
Aligning and Welding Equipment Spread
Aligning and Welding Land Shove Method Labor Crew
Aligning and Welding Land Shove Method Equipment Spread
Aligning and Welding River Crossing Tie-In-Labor Crew
Aligning and Welding River Crossing Tie-In-Equipment Spread
Tug-Labor and Equipment Spread
Hoe Ditch Operation-Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Valve Installation -Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Valve Installation-Time Requirements
Cleaning and Testing Pipelines-General Notes
Cleaning and Testing Pipelines-Labor Crew
Cleaning and Testing Pipelines-Equipment Spread

Section Three-Onshore And Offshore Surf-Zone Pipelines

Section Introduction
Average Pipelay Table On Land Underground
Average Pipelay Table On Land, On Supports
Average Pipelay Table Offshore, Surf-Zone, Land Fabricate Barge Pull
Average Pipelay Table Offshore, Surf-Zone, Barge Fabricate Land Pull
Productivity and Percentage Efficiency Factors
Example-Application of Factors
Onshore Clearing and Grading Right-of=Way General Notes
Onshore Clearing and Grading Right-of-Way LaborCrew
Onshore Clearing and Grading Right-of-Way Equipment
Onshore Pipeline Lay-Out Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Unload, Handle, Haul and String Pipe General Notes
Onshore Unload, Handle, Haul and String Pipe Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore and Offshore Ditching and Trenching General Notes
Onshore Ditching and Trenching Labor Crew
Onshore Ditching and Trenching Equipment Spread
Offshore Ditching and Trenching Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Bending Operations General Notes
Onshore Bending Operations Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Aligning and Welding General Notes
Onshore Aligning and Welding Labor Crew
Onshore Aligning and Welding Equipment Spread
Onshore Aligning, Welding and Shoving Labor Crew
Onshore Aligning, Welding and Shoving Equipment Spread
Onshore Aligning and Pulling Labor Crew
Onshore Aligning and Pulling Equipment Spread
Onshore Cleaning, Priming, Coating and Wrapping General Notes
Onshore Cleaning, Priming, Coating and Wrapping Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Cleaning, Priming, Coating and Wrapping Joints Only
Onshore Sandblast and Paint Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Lowering Pipe in Trench General Notes
Onshore Lowering Pipe in Trench Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Valve Installation Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Valve Installation Time Requirements
Onshore Cleaning and Testing Pipelines General Notes
Onshore Cleaning and Testing Pipelines Labor Crew
Onshore Cleaning and Testing Pipelines Equipment Spread
Onshore Backfilling General Notes
Onshore Trench Backfilling Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Clean-Up Operations General Notes
Onshore Clean-Up Operations Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Onshore Utility Operations General Notes
Onshore Utility Operations Labor Crew and Equipment Spread

Section Four-Ocean And Sea Pipelines

Section Introduction
Average Pipelay Table Water Depth to 50 Feet
Average Pipelay Table Water Depth 50 to 75 Feet
Average Pipelay Table Water Depth 75 to 100 Feet
Average Pipelay Table Water Depth 100 to 125 Feet
Average Pipelay Table Water Depth 125 to 150 Feet
Average Pipelay Table Water Depth 150 to 200 Feet
Average Pipelay Table Water Depth 200 to 250 Feet
Pipeline to Platform Riser Water Depth to 150 Feet
Pipeline to Platform Riser Water Depth to 150 to 200 Feet
Pipeline to Platform Riser Water Depth 200 to 250 Feet
Productivity and Percentage Efficiency
Example Application of Factors
Lay Barge -Labor and Equipment Spreads General Notes
Aligning, Welding and Installing Pipe Labor Crew
Lay Barge Equipment Spread
Lay or Derrick Barge Maintenance Operation Labor Crew
Quartering and Catering Labor Crew
Crew Boat Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Diving Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Work or Supply Boat Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Survey Spread-Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Tug Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Pipe Cleaning and Testing Labor Crew
Pipe Cleaning and Testing Equipment Spread
Sandblast and Paint Labor Crew and Equipment Spread

Section Five-Dredging, Blasting And Jetting

Section Introduction
Dredging Excavating and Backfill Cubic Yards per hour
Jetting Linear Feet per hour
Dredging Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Trenching By Blasting Average Time Required
Trench Blasting Labor Crew
Trench Blasting Equipment Spread
Trench Blasting Material Requirements
Jetting Pipe Labor Crews and Equipment Spreads

Section Six Offshore Structures

Section Introduction
Pick and Set Jackets Water Depth to 150 Feet
Pick and Set Jackets Water Depth to 250 Feet
Pick and Set Jackets Water Depth to 350 Feet...
Launch and Set Jackets Water Depth to 150 Feet
Launch and Set Jackets Water Depth to 250 Feet
Launch and Set Jackets Water Depth to 350 Feet
Drive Tubular Piles and Conductors (Time Required)
Cutting and Beveling Piles and Conductors (Time Required)
Pre-Heating for Butt Welds Piles and Conductors (Time Required)
Butt Welding Piling and Conductors (Time Required)
Radiographic Inspection of Butt Welds (Time Required)
Drilling and Grouting (Time Required)
Pick and Set Decks (Time Required)
Set Shim Plates Erect Boat Landings (Time Required)
Set Platform Miscellaneous Steel Items (Time Required)
Set Platform, Jetties and Wharf Miscellaneous Items (Time Required)
Driving Steel Sheet and "H" or ''I'' Beam Piling (Time Required)
Structural and Miscellaneous Steel for Wharfs and Jetties (Time Required)
Single Point Mooring, Terminal General Notes
Single Point Mooring Terminal Spread Time Required
Platform or Structure Installation Labor Crew
Platform or Structure Installation Equipment Spread
Single-Point Mooring Terminal Installation Labor Crew
Derrick Barge Maintenance Labor Crew
Quartering and Catering Labor Crew
Tug Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Crew Boat Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Diving Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Work or Supply Boat Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Survey Spread Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Sandblast and Paint Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Drilling Operation Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Grout Installation Labor Crew and Equipment Spread
Productivity and Percentage Efficiency Factors
Example Application of Factors
Three-, Four-, Six-, Nine- and Ten-Pile Structures Actual Labor Crew
Three-, Four-, Six-, Nine- and Ten-Pile Structures Actual Equipment Spread
Twelve-Well Drilling Platform Actual Time Frames
Four Well Drilling Platform Actual Time Frames
Four-Pile Production Platform Actual Time Frames
Six-Pile Gathering and Production Platform Actual Time Frames Nine-Pile Power and Pump Platform Actual Time Frames
Three-Pile High-Pressure Flare Structures Actual Time Frames Four-Pile Low-Pressure Flare Structure Actual Time Frames
Ten-Pile Main Breasting Dolphin Actual Time Frames
Ten-Pile Secondary Breasting Dolphin Actual Time Frames
Ten-Pile Auxiliary Breasting Dolphin Actual Time Frames
Six-Pile Loading Platform Actual Time Frames
Bridges Actual Time Frames

Section Seven-Offshore Installation Of Equipment And Appurtenances

Section Introduction
Setting Skid Mounted Package
Setting Tanks, Vessels and Heat Exchangers
Setting Pumps and Compressors
Setting Diesel Generators
Setting Miscellaneous Equipment and Items
Marine Loading Arms General Notes
Assembling Marine Loading Arms
Erecting Marine Loading
Install Fire Protection and Life-Saving Equipment
Installing Zink Bracelet Anodes
Installing Galvalum Anodes
Handling and Erecting Prefabricated Spooled Piping
Piping Making-Up Screwed Fittings and Valves
Handle and Position Valves
Flanged Bolt-Ups
Pipe Welding General Notes
Manual Carbon Steel Pipe Butt
90° Carbon Steel Pipe Nozzle Welds
45° Carbon Steel Pipe Nozzle Welds
90° Coupling and Socket Welds
Plain End Flame Cutting Pipe
Flame Beveling Pipe For Welding
Cutting and Threading Pipe
Preheating Butt and Flange Welds
Preheating Nozzle Welds
Stress Relieving Butt, Flange and Nozzle Welds
X-Ray Pipe Welds
Hydrostatic Testing Piping Systems
Electrical Boxes and Covers
Electrical Gang Boxes and Covers
Sheet Metal Boxes For Branch Rough-In
Installing Conduit
Cutting, Reaming and Threading Conduit and Make-on of Joint
Conduit Bending
Wire Pulling Simple Lay-out
Wire Pulling Complex Lay-out
Flexible Metallic Armored Cable Installation
Cable Connectors, Lugs and Vertical Riser Supports
Install Switches and Plates
Install Receptacles and Plates
Install Standard Panels and Cabinets
Install 250- and 600- Volt Panels and Cabinets
Install 250- and 600- Volt Safety Switches
Hangers and Fasteners
Miscellaneous Hangers and Fasteners
Motor Starting Switches, Speed Regulating Rheostats and Magnetic Switches
Starting Compensators
Motor Rheostats and Switches
Mounting Motors AC, 60-Cycle, 2- and 3-Phase
Mounting Motors Variable Speeds AC, 60-Cycle, 2- and 3-Phase
Mounting Motors Constant and Variable Speeds, AC, 25-Cycle, 2- and 3-Phase
Mounting Motors DC, 115-230 Volts
Fire Alarm Systems
Intercommunication and Public Address Systems
Light Fixtures (Fluorescent and Mercury Vapor)
Incandescent Lighting Units

Section Eight-Miscellaneous Construction Items

Section Introduction
Mobilization and Demobilization of Personnel
Mobilization and Demobilization of Equipment
Load-Out, Tie-Down and Material Handling
Transportation and Freight
Camp, Family Quarters, Field Office and Storage Facilities
Rest and Recreation
Lay or Derrick Barge Riding Crew
Load-out and Tie-Down Crew
Section Nine-Miscellaneous Estimating Information
Section Introduction
Pipe Wall Thickness and Weights
Pipe Wall Thickness and Weights
Tubular Size, Wall Thicknesses and Weights
Tubular Size, Wall Thicknesses and Weights
Welding Rod Requirements
Welding Rod Requirements
Surface Area and Circumferences of Pipe
Coating and Wrapping Materials
Useful Conversion Factors
Mensuration Units
Minutes to Decimal Hours Conversion Table