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APPENDIX F ­ PRELIMINARY CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATES

Portway Extensions Concept Development Study

Final Report

In advance of an economic impact analysis to be conducted as part of the next stage of the Portway Extensions program, preliminary construction cost estimates were prepared for the roadway infrastructure improvement concepts presented in Section X of this report. The cost estimates follow the NJDOT preliminary estimation procedures. Following is a summary table of the infrastructure improvement costs (exclusive of any required right-of-way acquisition or extensive environmental remediation that may be required). Also presented are the computation sheets detailing the construction items, estimated quantities and unit costs for each recommended alternative concept.

Table F-1 Portway Extensions Concept Development Study Recommended Infrastructure Improvements Preliminary Construction Cost Estimates

Figure Number X.3 X.4 X.5 X.6 X.7 X.8 X.9 X.10 X.11 X.12 X.13 X.14 X.15 Cost Alternative Concept Description Estimate Northern Extensions $ 65,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 15-W Area $ 109,000,000 Hackensack River Bridge 161,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 14-A Scheme 1 65,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 14-A Scheme 2 110,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 14 5,000,000 Interim Newark Bay Bridge Improvement 186,000,000 Bayonne Bridge 4,000,000 Routes 1&9 Northbound at Delancy Street 8,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 13-A - Kapkowski Road Area 48,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 13 40,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 12 Area 7,000,000 NJ Turnpike Interchange 10 Area 11,000,000 Total (w/14-A Scheme 1) Total (w/14-A Scheme 2) $ 709,000,000 $ 754,000,000

Summary

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NORTHERN EXTENSIONS UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 26 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 105,300 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 104,948 0

12.25 10 12

0 0 0 1,259,376 0 $1,364,676

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B E Cost from table above 61 156 x Length 56,672 800 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 2.08 7,190,543 4.17 520,416 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $7,710,959

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

Northern Extensions

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

Northern Extensions

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot 70,400 225 17,500 225 17,500 225 17,500 225

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 15,840,000 3,937,500 3,937,500 3,937,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $27,652,500 0

$27,652,500

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 56,672 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 3,116,960 = Amount $3,116,960

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 78,336 0 113,344 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 1,312,128 0 1,558,480 0 0 0 0 0 $2,870,608

Northern Extensions

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 0 0 56,672 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 0 0 447,709 $447,709

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 10.7 10.7 10.7 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 473,582 309,979 688,813 $1,472,374

SUMMARY NORTHERN Section/Contract # EXTENSIONS 0 UPC No.

Route PM

PORTWAY EXTENSIONS

0

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

Totals from other pages 1,364,676 7,710,959 0 0 27,652,500 3,116,960 2,870,608 447,709 0 1,472,374

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$44,635,786

Northern Extensions

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 890000 $52,992,332 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 Amount 1,339,074 669,537 446,358 4,463,579 0 4463579 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 58000

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

Northern Extensions

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $53,787,217 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.015

52992332.44 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.015

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $5,109,785.66

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 5109786

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 1036800

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $53,787,217 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$4,840,850 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

53,787,217 5,109,786 500,000 4,840,850 $64,237,853 0

Northern Extensions

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE 15W UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 17.8 113,472

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 72,090 1,702,080

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 57,778 0

12.25 10 12

0 0 0 693,336 0 $2,467,506

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B B E Cost from table above 61 61 156 x Length 31,914 6,888 800 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 4 7,787,016 2.08 873,949 4 499,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $9,160,165

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

15W

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot 17,500 225 17,500 225 17,500 225 200,900 225

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 3,937,500 3,937,500 3,937,500 45,202,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $57,015,000 0

$57,015,000

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount

0

6

544280 3,265,680 x cost per mile = Amount

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 6,888 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $3,644,520 378,840

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 38,802 0 77,604 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 649,934 0 1,067,055 0 0 0 0 0 $1,716,989

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 6 6 4 1 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 676,890 387,000 50,000 20,000 0 $1,133,890

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 7.3 7.3 7.3 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 323,098 211,481 469,938 $1,004,517

SUMMARY NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # 15W 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 2,467,506 9,160,165 0 0 57,015,000 3,644,520 1,716,989 1,133,890 0 1,004,517

Route PM

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$76,142,586

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 890000 $89,382,687 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 Amount 2,284,278 1,142,139 761,426 7,614,259 0 7614259 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 58000

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $90,723,428 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.015

89382687.34 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.015

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $8,618,725.63

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 8618726

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 1590900

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $90,723,428 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$8,165,108 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

90,723,428 8,618,726 500,000 8,165,108 $108,007,262 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # HACKENSACK RIVER BRIDGE UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 0 0

x Unit Price 4,050

Amount 0 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 0 0

12.25 10

0 0 0 0 0 0

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type E Cost from table above 156 x Length 200 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 6 187,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $187,200

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. 5,263 Length Width 72

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50

300 $113,680,800 Cost per SF Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 0 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount 0 0

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 0 0 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 1 1 1 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 44260 28970 64375 $137,605

SUMMARY HACKENSACK Section/Contract # RIVER BRIDGE 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 0 187,200 0 0 113,680,800 0 0 0 0 137,605

Route PM

PORTWAY EXTENSIONS

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$114,005,605

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 890000 $133,114,474 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 Amount 3,420,168 1,710,084 1,140,056 11,400,561 0 11400561 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 58000

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $135,111,191 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.015

133114473.8 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.015

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $12,835,563.13

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 12835563

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 2256700

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $135,111,191 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$12,160,007 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

135,111,191 12,835,563 500,000 12,160,007 $160,606,761 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJTP INT 14A - SCHEME 1 UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) S.Y. Channel Excavation C.Y. Ditch Excavation C.Y. Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) C.Y. EARTHWORK TOTAL =

Quantity 22.9 110,672 0 0 0 90,130 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 92,745 1,660,080 0 0 0 1,081,560 0 $2,834,385

12.25 10 12

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B B B B Cost from table above 60 60 60 60 x Length 900 620 7,010 11,888 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 20.83 1,125,000 6.25 232,500 4.17 1,752,500 2.08 1,486,000 0 0 0 0 0 10/9/2003

2001

Page 1

Class 1 - New Construction PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F. CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER = = $4,596,000

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foot Foundation (2) No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 10/9/2003

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees

2001

Page 2

Class 1 - New Construction 40 to 60 Degrees No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts). 2001 Page 3 10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot 26,000 225

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 5,850,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $5,850,000 0

$5,850,000

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount

0

1.6

544280 870,848 x cost per mile = Amount

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 12,338 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $1,549,438 678,590

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb 2001 x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 Page 4 2500 22,970 4410 = Amount 41,875 0 315,838 0 323,033 0 10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL 308,000 60,500 = 5 3 1540000 181500 $2,402,245

LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 1.6 1.6 3 2 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 180,504 103,200 37,500 40,000 0 $361,204

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 3.9 3.9 3.9 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 172,614 112,983 251,063 $536,660

SUMMARY NJTP INT 14A Section/Contract # SCHEME 1 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 2,834,385 4,596,000 0 0 5,850,000 1,549,438 2,402,245 361,204 Page 5 10/9/2003

Route PM

PORTWAY EXTENSIONS

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape 2001

Class 1 - New Construction Walls General Items Traffic Signals Toll PROJECT SUBTOTAL Other Items Proj. Subtotal Range Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above 12500*675+2290*1 710 4*120000+150000 15*900000 12,353,400 536,660 630,000 13,500,000 $44,613,332 Amount 1,338,400 669,200 446,133 4,461,333 0 4461333 58,000 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL Y

2.00 1.00

Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $

Progress Schedule

0 0 0 0 0 0 58000 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 890000 $52,966,398

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

0.00 1.00 $53,760,894 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD

52966397.88 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.015

2001

Page 6

10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.015

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $5,107,284.92

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 5107285

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 1036400

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $53,760,894 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$4,838,480 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

53,760,894 5,107,285 500,000 4,838,480 $64,206,659 0

2001

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJTP INT 14A - SCHEME 2 UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) S.Y. Channel Excavation C.Y. Ditch Excavation C.Y. Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) C.Y. EARTHWORK TOTAL =

Quantity 32.1 155,579 0 0 0 113,999 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 130,005 2,333,685 0 0 0 1,367,988 0 $3,831,678

12.25 10 12

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B B B B B Cost from table above 60 60 60 60 60 x Length 940 1100 9200 2552 17752 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 20.83 1,175,000 6.25 412,500 4.17 2,300,000 2.50 382,800 2.08 2,219,000 0 0 0 0 10/9/2003

2001

Page 1

Class 1 - New Construction $6,489,300 *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F. CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foot Foundation (2) No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 10/9/2003

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees

2001

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Class 1 - New Construction 40 to 60 Degrees No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts). 2001 Page 3 10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot 140,000 225

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 31,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $31,500,000 0

$31,500,000

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount

0

2.7

544280 1,469,556 x cost per mile = Amount

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 14,800 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $2,283,556 814,000

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb 2001 x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 Page 4 2200 37,164 2750 = Amount 36,850 0 511,005 0 201,438 0 10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL 308,000 60,500 = 11 3388000 0 $4,137,293

LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 2.7 2.7 6 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 304,601 174,150 75,000 0 0 $553,751

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 5.4 5.4 5.4 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 239,004 156,438 347,625 $743,067

SUMMARY NJTP INT 14A Section/Contract # SCHEME 2 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 3,831,678 6,489,300 0 0 31,500,000 2,283,556 4,137,293 553,751 Page 5 10/9/2003

Route PM

PORTWAY EXTENSIONS

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape 2001

Class 1 - New Construction Walls General Items Traffic Signals Toll PROJECT SUBTOTAL Other Items Proj. Subtotal Range Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above 10700*675+3560*1 710 3*120000+150000 15*900000 13,310,100 743,067 510,000 13500000 $76,858,744 Amount 2,305,762 1,152,881 768,587 7,685,874 0 7685874 58,000 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL Y

2.00 1.00

Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $

Progress Schedule

0 0 0 0 0 0 58000 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 890000 $90,209,849

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

0.00 1.00 $91,562,997 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD

90209849.32 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.015

2001

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Class 1 - New Construction Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.015

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $8,698,484.72

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 8698485

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 1603400

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $91,562,997 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$8,240,670 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

91,562,997 8,698,485 500,000 8,240,670 $109,002,152 0

2001

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE 14 UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 3.5 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 14,175 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 57,037 0

12.25 10 12

0 0 0 684,444 0 $698,619

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B Cost from table above 61 x Length 7,700 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 2.08 976,976 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $976,976

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0

$0

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 7,700 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $423,500 423,500

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 3,850 0 15,400 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 64,488 0 211,750 0 0 0 0 0 $276,238

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 0 5 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 0 100,000 0 $100,000

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 1.46 1.46 1.46 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 64,620 42,296 93,988 $200,903

SUMMARY NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # 14 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 698,619 976,976 0 0 0 423,500 276,238 100,000 0 200,903

Route PM

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$2,676,236

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 42,000 0 0 42000 0 0 0 0 0 $3,157,290 45,000 0 0 45000 0 0 0 0 0 Amount 80,287 40,144 26,762 240,861 240861 0 6,000 0 6000 0 0 0 0 0

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $3,252,009 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.030 0.000 0.000 0.000

3157289.991 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.030

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $572,353.53

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 572354 0 0

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 135100 0 0 0 0

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $3,252,009 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$135,100

$292,681 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

3,252,009 572,354 135,100 292,681 $4,252,143 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NEWARK BAY BRIDGE UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 0 0

x Unit Price 4,050

Amount 0 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 0 0

12.25 10

0 0 0 0 0 0

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type E Cost from table above 156 x Length 200 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 8 249,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $249,600

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. 4,564 Length Width 96

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50

300 $131,443,200 Cost per SF Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 0 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount 0 0

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 0 0 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 0.86 0.86 0.86 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 38063.6 24914.2 55362.5 $118,340

SUMMARY NEWARK BAY Section/Contract # BRIDGE 0 UPC No. Totals from other pages 0 249,600 0 0 131,443,200 0 0 0 0 118,340

Route PM

PORTWAY EXTENSIONS

0

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$131,811,140

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 890000 $153,679,867 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 Amount 3,954,334 1,977,167 1,318,111 13,181,114 0 13181114 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 58000

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $155,985,065 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.015

153679867 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.015

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $14,818,581.18

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 14818581

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 2569800

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $155,985,065 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$14,038,656 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

155,985,065 14,818,581 500,000 14,038,656 $185,342,302 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # BAYONNE BRIDGE UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 0 0

x Unit Price 4,050

Amount 0 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 0 0

12.25 10

0 0 0 0 0 0

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type E Cost from table above 156 x Length 200 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 8 249,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $249,600

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. 4,818 Length Width 96

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50

300 $138,758,400 Cost per SF Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 0 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount 0 0

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 0 0 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 0.91 0.91 0.91 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 40276.6 26362.7 58581.25 $125,221

SUMMARY BAYONNE Section/Contract # BRIDGE 0 UPC No. Totals from other pages 0 249,600 0 0 138,758,400 0 0 0 0 125,221

Route PM

PORTWAY EXTENSIONS

0

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$139,133,221

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 890000 $162,136,870 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 Amount 4,173,997 2,086,998 1,391,332 13,913,322 0 13913322 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 58000

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $164,568,923 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.015

162136869.7 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.015

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $15,634,047.66

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 15634048

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 2698500

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $164,568,923 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$14,811,203 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

164,568,923 15,634,048 500,000 14,811,203 $195,514,173 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # ROUTES 1/9 & DELANCY ST UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) S.Y. Channel Excavation C.Y. Ditch Excavation C.Y. Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) C.Y. EARTHWORK TOTAL =

Quantity 2.5 0 0 0 0 37,667 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 10,125 0 0 0 0 452,004 0 $462,129

12.25 10 12

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B B B E Cost from table above 61 61 61 156 x Length 845 845 344 200 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 2.08 107,214 2.5 128,863 3 62,952 3.33 103,896 0 0 0 0 0 10/9/2003

2001

Page 1

Class 1 - New Construction PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F. CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER = = $402,924

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foot Foundation (2) No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 10/9/2003

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees

2001

Page 2

Class 1 - New Construction 40 to 60 Degrees No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. 100 Length Width 40

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50

225 $900,000 Cost per SF Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts). 2001 Page 3 10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot 13,000 225

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 2,925,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $2,925,000 0

$2,925,000

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 2,034 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $111,870 111,870

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb 2001 x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 Page 4 2,034 0 4,068 0 0 0 = Amount 34,070 0 55,935 0 0 0 10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL 308,000 60,500 = 0 0 0 0 $90,005

LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 1 1 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 12,500 20,000 0 $32,500

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 0.39 0.39 0.39 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 17,261 11,298 25,106 $53,666

SUMMARY ROUTES 1/9 & Section/Contract # DELANCY ST 0 UPC No.

Route PM

PORTWAY EXTENSIONS

0

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape 2001 Page 5

Totals from other pages 462,129 402,924 0 0 3,825,000 111,870 90,005 32,500 10/9/2003

Class 1 - New Construction Noise Abatement General Items 0 53,666

PROJECT SUBTOTAL Other Items Proj. Subtotal Range Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL Y Amount

$4,978,094

149,343 74,671 49,781 448,028 448028 0 6,000 0 6000 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 45000 0 0 0 0 0 42,000 0 0 42000 0 0 0 0 0 $5,792,917

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

2.00

1.00

0.00 1.00 $5,966,705 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD

5792917.115 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.030

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Class 1 - New Construction Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.030 0.000 0.000 0.000

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $727,937.96

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 727938 0

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 234000 0 0 0

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $5,966,705 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$234,000

$537,003 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

5,966,705 727,938 234,000 537,003 $7,465,646 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE 13A UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 15 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 60,750 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 97,437 0

12.25 10 12

0 0 0 1,169,244 0 $1,229,994

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B E Cost from table above 61 156 x Length 13,154 1,600 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 2.08 1,668,980 2.08 519,168 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $2,188,148

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot 22,200 225 11,100 225 27,750 225 13,875 225 8,325 225 33,300 225 3,000 225 5,550 225

Structure Description #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 4,995,000 2,497,500 6,243,750 3,121,875 1,873,125 7,492,500 675,000 1,248,750 0 0 0 0 $28,147,500 0

$28,147,500

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 13,154 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $723,470 723,470

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 13,154 0 26,308 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 220,330 0 361,735 0 0 0 0 0 $582,065

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 0 0 13,154 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 0 0 103,917 $103,917

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 2.5 2.5 2.5 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 110,650 72,425 160,938 $344,013

SUMMARY NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # 13A 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 1,229,994 2,188,148 0 0 28,147,500 723,470 582,065 103,917 0 344,013

Route PM

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$33,319,105

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 490,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 490000 0 $39,263,566 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 250000 0 Amount 999,573 499,787 333,191 3,331,911 0 3331911 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 40000 0

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $39,263,566 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

39263566.41 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.000

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $3,730,038.81

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 3730039

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 819000

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $39,263,566 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$3,533,721 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

39,263,566 3,730,039 500,000 3,533,721 $47,027,326 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE 13 UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 3.8 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 15,390 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 27,496 0

12.25 10 12

0 0 0 329,952 0 $345,342

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B E Cost from table above 61 156 x Length 3,700 900 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 2.08 469,456 2.08 292,032 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $761,488

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot 7,500 225 15,000 225 60,000 225 35,000 225

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 1,687,500 3,375,000 13,500,000 7,875,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $26,437,500 0

$26,437,500

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 3,712 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $204,160 204,160

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 1,856 0 7,424 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 31,088 0 102,080 0 0 0 0 0 $133,168

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 4 3 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 50,000 60,000 0 $110,000

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 0.7 0.7 0.7 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 30,982 20,279 45,063 $96,324

SUMMARY NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # 13 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 345,342 761,488 0 0 26,437,500 204,160 133,168 110,000 0 96,324

Route PM

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$28,087,982

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 220,000 0 0 0 0 0 220000 0 0 $32,931,619 240,000 0 0 0 0 0 240000 0 0 Amount 842,639 421,320 280,880 2,808,798 0 2808798 30,000 0 0 0 0 30000 0 0

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $32,931,619 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

32931618.63 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.000

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $3,128,503.77

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 0 3128504

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 0 0 500000 724000

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $32,931,619 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$500,000

$2,963,846 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

32,931,619 3,128,504 500,000 2,963,846 $39,523,968 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE 12 UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 4 32,593

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 16,200 488,895

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 0 0

12.25 10 12

0 0 0 0 0 $505,095

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B Cost from table above 61 x Length 8,800 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 4.17 2,238,456 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $2,238,456

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut.

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50 $0

Length

Width

Cost per SF

Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0

$0

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount

0

1.7

544280 925,276 x cost per mile = Amount

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 0 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $925,276 0

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 0 0 17,600 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 0 0 242,000 0 0 0 0 0 $242,000

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 1.7 1.7 0 0 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 191,786 109,650 0 0 0 $301,436

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 1.7 1.7 1.7 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 75,242 49,249 109,438 $233,929

SUMMARY NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # 12 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 505,095 2,238,456 0 0 0 925,276 242,000 301,436 0 233,929

Route PM

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$4,446,191

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 42,000 0 0 42000 0 0 0 0 0 $5,183,889 45,000 0 0 45000 0 0 0 0 0 Amount 133,386 66,693 44,462 400,157 400157 0 6,000 0 6000 0 0 0 0 0

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $5,339,405 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.030 0.000 0.000 0.000

5183888.695 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.030

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $651,407.45

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 651407 0

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 215200 0 0 0

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $5,339,405 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$215,200

$480,546 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

5,339,405 651,407 215,200 480,546 $6,686,559 0

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Class 1 - New Construction

Classification Number 1 - NEW CONSTRUCTION - English

Route PM PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE 10 UPC No.

EARTHWORK (must be calculated) Unit Stripping (4 - 6" Depth) Acre Roadway Exc. Unclassified, See (J) C.Y. Removal of Conc. Base & Conc. Surface Courses, See (K) Channel Excavation Ditch Excavation Borrow Excavation Zone 3, See (J) EARTHWORK TOTAL

Quantity 5.8 0

x Unit Price 4,050 15

Amount 23,490 0

S.Y. C.Y. C.Y. C.Y. =

0 0 0 93,541 0

12.25 10 12

0 0 0 1,122,492 0 $1,145,982

Suggested procedure for calculating earthwork: A) Determine Typical section (number of lanes, median widths, side slopes, etc.). B) Get latest topography map available. C) Plot proposed alignment on topo map. D) Develop profile using topo controls such as existing roads, streams, rivers and design manual. E) Calculate Areas for the typical section in 1 foot increments of cut or fill. F) At 10 to 60 foot intervals (depending on frequency of X-section changes) calculate the earthwork. G) Calculate any other significant earthwork (ramps, cross-roads, etc.). H) Make appropriate earthwork corrections for the pavement box and striping. Use 21 inch depth for rigid pavement, 26 inch depth for all flexible pavement and 4 inch depth for stripping. I) Deduct any roadway excavation from borrow required to calculate Borrow Excavation Zone 3. J) See Construction Cost Estimate Work Sheet (Section 3.1). This worksheet must be utilized for the most recent price information. K) 11.2 to 12.5, based on the quantity, location and type of project. PAVEMENT 12 FOOT WIDE LANE (from subgrade up) Pav't. Type A B C D E Description of Pavement 10 inch R.C. Pavement 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 8 inch HMA Base 3 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 4 inch HMA Base 2 inch HMA Surf. Crs. & 2 inch HMA Base Bridge Approach & Transition Slabs Cost/Linear Foot 156 61 46 22 156

Computation Table for Pavement. Cost Type B E Cost from table above 61 156 x Length 12,628 200 x Pavement *W.F. = Amount 2.08 1,602,241 2.08 64,896 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = $1,667,137

PAVEMENT TOTAL *Width Factors = Ratio of 12 foot wide lane to actual pavement width. Example = actual pavement width = 25 foot = 25/12 = 2.08 W.F.

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN Attach additional sheet detailing items and costs of context sensitive design work CULVERTS ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COVER =

<-----------------W----------------> Type 1 W< 20 Feet

<-------------------W--------------------> Type 2 W> 20 feet Cost Per Sq. Foot 114.75 147.25 203.50 235.00 121.75 152.50 203.50 235.00

Type

Type 1

Type 2

Layout (3) Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet Area w x L exceeds 1000 Sq. Feet Short Culverts Difficult Conditions under 1000 Square Feet

Skew (1) 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees 0-60 degrees

Cover (2) 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20' 0 to 10' 10' to 20'

For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square meter price comparable to above.

Description

Area Computation

x Cost per Sq. Foot = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Culvert Total =

BRIDGES For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) H = Clear Height 14 To 23 feet (4) L = 100 to 400 feet & all viaducts over 400 feet (5) Cost per Sq. Foundation (2) Foot No Piles 134.75 Piles at Stub Abut. 159.75 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 174.75 No Piles 145.00 Piles at Stub Abut. 168.25 Piles at Piers & Stub Abut. 181.25

Class I

Layout Width at Least 45 feet

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

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Class 1 - New Construction For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 3 spans and 2 side spans (Max. Span 100 feet) (3) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = under 400 feet Cost per Sq. Foot 176.50 187.25 219.75 273.25 226.75 299.25 241.50 310.00 295.50 396.75 318.25 416.25

Class II

III

IV

Layout L exceeds W Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet W exceeds L Area L x W exceeds 4500 Sq. Feet Width 30 45 feet Area W x L under 4500 Sq. Foot

Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees

Foundation (2) No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles No Piles On Piles

For the Bridge Sketch see the Construction Cost Estimation Preparation Manual 1 to 2 spans (Max. Span 125 feet) H = Clear Height 14 feet (4) L = 100 to 250 feet Layout Width at Least 40 feet Skew (1) 0 to 40 Degrees 40 to 60 Degrees Foundation (2) No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. No Piles Piles at Semi-Stub Abut. Piles at Piers & Semi-Stub Abut. 250 Length Width 50

Cost/ Sq. Foot

Minimum Length 100 feet

157.00 182.00 204.50 166.50 194.75 217.50

225 $2,812,500 Cost per SF Bridge Total

1. For skews over 60 degrees it will be necessary to make a special analysis and establish a square foot price comparable to above. 2. For very bad foundation conditions requiring unusual lengths or spacing of piles, it will be necessary to establish a square foot price. 3. For longer spans, adjust the cost per square foot to reflect increased cost of structural members.

4. For span bridges, it is expected the length of the side span will be in- creased in proportion to any increase in height. Because of the resultant increase in deck area, the square foot price will remain approximately the same in the range of heights shown. For extremely high structures (particularly for viaducts), square foot prices will have to be increased. 5. For structures over 400 foot long (viaducts), reduce the cost per square foot if repetitive span length and forming can be used. Reduce by $0.50 for lengths from 400 to 600 feet and by $1.00 for lengths over 600 feet. (Do not forget adjustments (3) and (4) above on viaducts).

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Class 1 - New Construction 6. For statically indeterminate structures, square foot prices will have to be established. Calculated Sq. Foot of Bridge x Cost Per Square Deck Foot

Structure Description

Sub Total Clearing Site Bridge *0-3% of Sub Total % BRIDGE TOTAL *Pick appropriate percent based on the size, type and materials of existing structure

= Amount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0

$0

DRAINAGE (includes inlets and cross drains)

Rural project length (miles) Urban project length (miles)

0

364356 x cost per mile = Amount 544280 x cost per mile = Amount

0

0

0

The above are the total costs of basins, manholes, longitudinal and transverse pipes, underdrains, headwalls, protecting curbs, aprons, etc. for a divided highway with a depressed median. The costs are assumed to apply to 4, 6 or 8 lane sections since there will be no appreciable difference in the number of basins or the sizes or lengths of pipes. Frontage Road & Ramp Drainage 12,628 length of ramp or frontage rd. in feet DRAINAGE TOTAL x cost per foot = 55 = Amount $694,540 694,540

INCIDENTAL ITEMS Item Cost / L.F. Beam Guide Rail Fence 6 Foot High 9" X 16" Conc. Vertical Curb 15" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X 41" Conc. Barrier Curb 24" X Variable Conc. Barrier Curb Sign Bridge Cantilever Sign Structure INCIDENTAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Quantity 16.75 18.25 13.75 50.25 73.25 46 308,000 60,500 6,314 0 25,256 0 0 0 0 0 = Amount 105,760 0 347,270 0 0 0 0 0 $453,030

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Class 1 - New Construction LANDSCAPE Quantity Topsoil and Seeding (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Planting (Mainline) Length of Project in miles Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Finger Ramp Number of Finger Ramps Topsoil, Seeding, Planting (Loop Ramp) Number of Loop Ramps Topsoil, Seeding (Access Road) Length of Access Road in Feet LANDSCAPE TOTAL = x Unit Prices 0 0 2 1 0 112,815 64,500 12,500 20,000 7.9 = Amount 0 0 25,000 20,000 0 $45,000

NOISE ABATEMENT Unit L.F. Quantity 0 x Cost 305 = Amount 0 0 0 0 0

Noise Wall

NOISE ABATEMENT TOTAL

=

GENERAL ITEMS Item Project Length (miles) Field Office Materials Field Laboratory Erosion Control during Construction GENERAL ITEMS TOTAL = x Cost/Mile 2.4 2.4 2.4 44,260 28,970 64,375 = Amount 106,224 69,528 154,500 $330,252

SUMMARY NJ TURNPIKE INTERCHANGE PORTWAY EXTENSIONS Section/Contract # 10 0 UPC No. 0 Totals from other pages 1,145,982 1,667,137 0 0 2,812,500 694,540 453,030 45,000 0 330,252

Route PM

Work Type Earthwork Pavement Context Sensitive Design Culverts Bridges Drainage Incidental Items Landscape Noise Abatement General Items

PROJECT SUBTOTAL

$7,148,440

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Class 1 - New Construction Other Items Lighting, Traffic Stripes, Signs and Delineators Maintenance of Traffic Training Mobilization Project Cost < 5.0 (Mil.) Project Cost 5.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Project Cost(Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 2.0 2.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 20.0 20.0 to 30.0 30.0 to 40.0 40.0 & above Proj. Subtotal Range Choice 3% of Proj. Subtotal 1.5% of Proj. Subtotal 1% of Proj. Subtotal 9% of Proj. Subtotal 10% of Proj. Subtotal $ 0 6,000 8,000 15,000 30,000 40,000 58,000 $ 15,000 30,000 45,000 115,000 220,000 240,000 250,000 490,000 $ 7,000 20,000 42,000 87,000 160,000 220,000 490,000 890,000 PROJECT TOTAL 87,000 0 0 0 87000 0 0 0 0 $8,466,448 115,000 0 0 0 115000 0 0 0 0 Amount 214,453 107,227 71,484 714,844 0 714844 8,000 0 0 8000 0 0 0 0

Progress Schedule

Clearing Site

Construction Layout

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Class 1 - New Construction CONTINGENCIES & ESCALATION

Y = Number of Years until midpoint of construction duration plus number of years until construction start. If midpoint is less than 2 years from the date of this estimate, no escalation is required. Maximum value = 10%

Y

2.00

0.00 1.00 $8,720,442 1 + [0.01 (Y+1) (Y- Construction 2)] Estimate for PD Average Construction Duration in Years 1 2 3 4 0.030 0.000 0.000 0.000

8466448.362 Project Total Contingencies (1+C)

1.030

Project Cost(Mil.) 0-10 10-20 20-50 Over 50

Contingencies (C) Percent 3% 2.50% 2% 1.50%

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING (CE) % of Construction Cost 28.40% 17.60% 12.20% 9.50% $1,063,893.90

Project Cost (Mil.) Less than 1.0 1.0 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 & above CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AMOUNT CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCIES Total Federal Participating Items in Millions of $ $0 to 0.1 0.1 to 0.5 0.5 to 5.0 5.0 to 10.0 10.0 to 15.0 15.0 and above

0 0 1063894 0

Construction Change Order Contingency Amount $6,000 25,000 25,000 + 4% of amount in excess of $500,000 205,000 + 3% of amount in excess of $5,000,000 355,000 + 2% of amount in excess of $10,000,000 455,000 + 1.5% of amount in excess of $15,000,000 - $500,000 max

0 0 0 316600 0 0 0

For State Funded Projects, Contingencies for Change orders = 0 CHANGE ORDER CONTINGENCY AMOUNT = UTILITIES RELOCATIONS BY COMPANIES/OWNERS $8,720,442 x % or + Estimate Construction Cost for Initial Estimate Use % or utilities detailed estimate 0.09

$316,600

$784,840 = Utility Relocation Cost for Initial Estimate

If there are no utility relocations on the project indicate "No Utilities" in the box above. RIGHT OF WAY COST If there is no ROW cost on the project indicate "No ROW" the box SUMMARY Construction Estimate for Initial Construction Engineering (CE) Contingencies Utilities Relocations Total Construction Cost Right of Way Cost

8,720,442 1,063,894 316,600 784,840 $10,885,775 0

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Table F-1 Portway Extensions Concept Development Study Recommended Infrastructure Improvements Preliminary Construction Cost Estimates

Figure Number X.3 X.4 X.5 X.6 X.7 X.8 X.9 X.10 X.11 X.12 X.13 X.14 X.15 Alternative Concept Description Northern Extensions $ NJ Turnpike Interchange 15-W Area $ Hackensack River Bridge NJ Turnpike Interchange 14-A Scheme 1 NJ Turnpike Interchange 14-A Scheme 2 NJ Turnpike Interchange 14 Interim Newark Bay Bridge Improvement Bayonne Bridge Routes 1&9 Northbound at Delancy Street NJ Turnpike Interchange 13-A - Kapkowski Road Area NJ Turnpike Interchange 13 NJ Turnpike Interchange 12 Area NJ Turnpike Interchange 10 Area Total (w/14-A Scheme 1) Total (w/14-A Scheme 2) $ $ Cost Estimate 64,237,853 108,007,262 160,606,761 13,805,127 37,581,289 4,252,143 185,342,302 3,292,356 3,292,356 47,027,326 39,523,968 6,686,559 10,885,775 646,959,788 670,735,950

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