As demand continues for cleanup of hazardous sites, and new opportunities and funds become available for development of brownfields and similar projects, owners are seeking better methods for early identification and management of remediation costs. Suitable cost estimating methods, as presented for this book, are essential to achieving savings as high as 75% of total project cost. The authors help you to: Prepare preliminary budgets Develop detailed engineering estimates, now including annual O a M costs Compare the cost of different options and select the right solution Estimate liability Review contractor quotes Negotiate settlements FEATURES: 52 Technologies Clearly Described . . . from air sparging and air stripping to drum removal, excavation and extraction, landfill disposal, piping, and underground storage tank closure/removal, and transportation to disposal sites. For each technology the authors explain: When the technology is appropriate Systems design elements Key data needed for preliminary and detailed estimates Related costs, such as site work and utilities, maintenance and sampling.Suitable cost estimating methods, as presented for this book, are essential to achieving savings as high as 75% of total project cost.
|Title||:||Environmental Remediation Estimating Methods|
|Publisher||:||RSMeans - 2002-12-24|