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Name of Sub-Project :Spring Development

Sub-project Type
:Water System Level 2 (Public Goods)
Barangay/s
Municipality
Province
Region

Cambalidio
Libmanan
Camarines Sur
V

:

I - DESIGN OF RESERVOIR:
A. Reason for installing a reservoir
To balance the supply and demand in the system.
Supply
=
0.93 lps.
Demand
=
0.838 lps.
B. Location of the reservoir
=

above service area

Reason for choosing the location.
The reservoir is lower than the spring and generally higher than the distribution areas.
It is also near to the service area for easy maintenance.
C. Capacity of the reservoir
Criteria:
Particular
Number of Household
Average Household Member
Total Population
Average Population Growth Rate
Growth rate factor
Design Lifespan
Design Population
Average Daily Water Demand
per Capita per Day
PCWC
Average Daily Demand (ADD)
Average Demand per Second

Description
Actual number of household beneficiaries
(No. of HH)(Ave. HH Member)
Percent annualy
1+Growth rate^lifespan
No. of years
PP(1+GR)^Life Span
Ave. daily consumption per capita
average demand per day
ADD/24x60x60)
(Design population)(ADW DCD)
ADD/24x60x60)

Data
155
5
775.00
3
1.557967
15
1,207.42
60

1) By rule of thumb

2) Theoretical

=
=
=

1/4 (ADD)
18.11 cu.m.
(Demand-Supply)(Ave. day)

3) Supply

=

(Supply)(Ave. day)

4) Adopted result
Reservoir capacity

=

18.11 cu.m.

5) Reason for adoption
-

Use an average reservoir capacity which could meet the demand of the future generation.
satisfy and hourly variations in the consumption rate
to provide for repair of pipes (particularly, the transmission) without interruption of service

6) Reservoir dimension
Dimension

Use 2 units reservoir @
18.11 ^1/3

20 cu.m. capacity each

2.63 m. 3
use

Length
Breadth
Height
Freeboard
Dead vol. Ht.
Actual reservoir capacity

=
=
=
0.20
0.10
=

Note: Computed dimension is INSIDE DIMENSION.

3.00 m.
3.00 m.
2.50 m.
Check:
19.80
22.50 cu.m.

Years
No.
Liter

0.000694
72,445 Liter
0.838 LPS

Reservoir capacity:

Reservoir capacity

Unit
HH
No.
No.
%

Name of Sub-Project :Construction of Water System Level 2
Sub-project Type
:Water System Level 2 (Public Goods)
Barangay/s
Municipality
Province
Region

Poblacion
Rapu-Rapu
Albay
V

:

I - DESIGN OF RESERVOIR:
A. Reason for installing a reservoir
To balance the supply and demand in the system.
Supply
=
10.2 lps.
Demand
=
9.229 lps.
B. Location of the reservoir
=

34 meters above service area

Reason for choosing the location.
The reservoir is lower than the spring and generally higher than the distribution areas.
It is also near to the service area for easy maintenance.
C. Capacity of the reservoir
Criteria:
Particular
Number of Household
Average Household Member
Total Population
Average Population Growth Rate
Growth rate factor
Design Lifespan
Design Population
Average Daily Water Demand
per Capita per Day
PCWC
Average Daily Demand (ADD)

Description
Actual number of household beneficiarie

Average Demand per Second

ADD/24x60x60)

(No. of HH)(Ave. HH Member)
Percent annualy
1+Growth rate^lifespan
No. of years
PP(1+GR)^Life Span
Ave. daily consumption per capita
average demand per day
ADD/24x60x60)
(Design population)(ADW DCD)

Data
853
6
5,118.00
3
1.557967
15
7,973.68
100
0.001157
797,368
9.229

Reservoir capacity:
1) By rule of thumb
Reservoir capacity
2) Theoretical

=
=
=

1/4 (ADD)
199.34 cu.m.
(Demand-Supply)(Ave. day)

3) Supply

=

(Supply)(Ave. day)

4) Adopted result
Reservoir capacity

=

199.34 cu.m.

5) Reason for adoption
-

Use an average reservoir capacity which could meet the demand of the future generation.
satisfy and hourly variations in the consumption rate
to provide for repair of pipes (particularly, the transmission) without interruption of service

6) Reservoir dimension
Dimension

Use 2 units reservoir @
199.34 ^1/3

20 cu.m. capacity each

5.84 m. 3
use

Length
Breadth
Height
Freeboard
Dead vol. Ht.
Actual reservoir capacity

=
=
=
0.20
0.10
=

Note: Computed dimension is INSIDE DIMENSION.

7.00 m.
7.00 m.
2.50 m.
Check:
107.80
122.50 cu.m.

No.Unit HH No. Liter Liter 86400 TS1 TS2 TS3 TS4 TS5 TS 6 TS 7 TS 8 TS 9 TS 10 TS 11 TS 12 6 10 12 15 17 15 11 16 16 16 12 12 158 LPS HH Pob. % Years No. HH Ilaya 544 309 853 .

.

0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= 0.02 0.22 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 4 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 384.68 LPS 100.80 2.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0.00 mm 0.23 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 2 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 22.14 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 6 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 773.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .00 mm 0.30 1.84 0.02 0. where f= 0.85 0.02 0.00 mm 0. where f= 2.19 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 5 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 386.76 LPS 75. where f= 1.30 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 7 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 858.00 mm 0.43 LPS 75.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .40 2.70 10.00 LPS 100.56 0.60 1.00 mm 0.38 LPS 100.26 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 3 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 374.73 0. where f= 1.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .22 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 8 d = = = 1882.08 LPS 75.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .00 mm 0.Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 1 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 752.40 3.00 mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= 0.02 0.06 0.00 mm 0.70 0.20 LPS 150. where f= 0.95 LPS 100.02 .30 3.90 4.02 0.34 0.

00 LPS 63.44 2.55 3.00 mm 0.00 mm 0.60 4.21 4.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .8 hf hf hf per 100 m = = = 0.35 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 19.61 ### 0.30 2. where f= 1. where f= 2.29 6. where f= 0.20 1.02 .02 0.50 2. where f= 0.49 LPS 38.00 mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= 0.45 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 16.95 LPS 63.30 2.02 0.02 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .69 0.67 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 29. where f= 0.38 LPS 50.26 1.30 3.02 0.66 2.00 mm 0.08 LPS 50.29 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 26.20 2. where f= 1.30 3.02 0.00 mm 0.68 LPS 63.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .04 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 18.0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= 0.02 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .25 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 11 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 21.00 mm 0.52 LPS 50.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0.00 mm 0.14 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) 9 d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 18.

00 mm 0.02 0.00 mm 0.60 2.72 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 127.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .27 LPS 50.02 0.19 0. where f= 0.81 LPS 50.02 0.50 0.00 mm 0. where f= 0.66 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 19.02 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .00 mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0.10 3.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .10 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 11.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .81 LPS 100. where f= 0.20 2.60 1.13 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 287.27 LPS 100.27 0.23 0.40 2. where f= 2. where f= 0.41 LPS 100.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .18 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 385.02 0.16 LPS 50. where f= 0.Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 306.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0.20 3.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .18 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0. where f= 0.81 4.02 .00 mm 0. where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0.00 mm 0.63 5.

0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0. where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0. where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0.### hf hf per 100 m = = #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0.02 0. where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0. where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = Total Length of Pipe = ### #REF! 0.02 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0. where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0. where f= #REF! #REF! #REF! 0.02 0.

20 2.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0.00 .LPS .0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.02 0.02 0.00 mm 0.41 LPS 31.mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0.mm 0.00 .02 0.02 0.mm 0. where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = #REF! #REF! LPS #REF! mm 0.00 .LPS .0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= 3.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= #DIV/0! 0.mm 0.LPS .08 33.44 Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= #REF! #REF! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 9. where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.LPS .00 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .LPS .02 0.02 0. where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.00 .02 . where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf = = = = = 0.

LPS .mm 0.00 .LPS .00 .mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .LPS .02 0.LPS . where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) = = ### 0. where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.00 . where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.00 .00 .### hf per 100 m = #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .LPS .02 0.mm 0.02 0.00 .LPS .mm 0. where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0. where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0. where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.02 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .mm 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 0.02 0.mm 0.LPS .LPS 0.mm 0. where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .00 .00 .02 0.

00 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 . where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.LPS . where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Total Length of Pipe Discharge (Q) ### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = = = 0.mm 0.00 .LPS .02 0.0826fLQ^2/D^5 .0826fLQ^2/D^5 .02 .mm 0.### d hf hf hf per 100 m = = = = . where f= #DIV/0! #DIV/0! 0.02 0.mm 0.

60 22.51547 2.7 5.30 55.30 40.7 6.) (lps) 4 752.0511912 < 6.55 8 10 11 65 1.20 11.20 26.20 385.06) #VALUE! (62.59 72.30 16.40728 3.45 100.00311 3.813 2.8323168 < 4.0827 1.24 64.903053 < 5.24 56.9 (17.0553311 < 6.35 38.20 3 1 2 136 0.7 4.30 21.31 36.71 7 9 10 77 0.20 52.60 287.48764 1.2 2.h) Option (m) (mm) (mm) 7 8 12.80 32.20 5 158 148 136 136 125 109 77 65 53 125 109 93 77 55 43 121 104 89 121 104 89 0 6 10.82 56.106449 < 7.0827 1.94824 2. Pipeline Analysis Branch Node No.55 57.80 773.96 28.1604524 < 5.8 2.94824 2.10 19.1 7.813 2.5376141 < 6.24 6 8 9 109 1.8 5.30 18.57 67.67853 3.27281 2.38101 2. of Household Total Headloss Available Head 1 Res (C) 1 158 1.75812 1.24 .40 858.II -PIPELINE DESIGN ANALYSIS: A.76 64.1 (18.16 25.0 9 100 19 50 19 50 75 75 75 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 75 75 75 75 50 50 35 36 37 38 39 B.04924 < 1. Pipeline Design Input/Output Pipeline Section Node from to 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 33 34 2 Res (C) 1 1 2 2 8 9 10 1 2 7 8 9 10 11 12 4 5 4 5 6 3 1 ts2 2 ts3 3 9 10 11 ts2 ts3 ts7 ts8 ts9 ts10 ts11 ts12 5 6 ts4 ts5 ts6 Section Length Household Served Peak Flow (m) (no.8 6.40 9.60 1.71 62.7 1.30 374.16307 3.8 2.30 386.2 4.30 9 1 ts2 53 22.34) #VALUE! 5.27281 2.882.1 6.1 6.38101 2.2 4.20 306.43355 3.66) #VALUE! (61.40 384.35 4 2 ts3 136 0.72 25.70 18.30 19.90 29.67853 3.8 5.40728 0 Available Pipe Pipe Head Diameter Diameter (Hr+elev.30 5 2 3 125 0.3 4.45 2 1 ts2 148 0.7036329 < 12.7 2.66) 0.60 127.

59 20 5 ts5 104 0.76 17 4 5 104 0.66) 11 7 ts7 109 1.16 15 11 ts11 43 1.4402653 < 6.2749453 < 2.10 2 ts3 125 42.2647788 < (62.96 14 10 ts10 55 0.1925063 < 4.8115218 < 4.34) 13 9 ts9 77 0.57 19 4 ts4 121 0.6285293 < 2.82 18 5 6 89 0.31 21 6 ts6 89 0.66) Hr = Residual head Column Description: Column 1 2-3 4 5 6 Description Pipe section under consideration Node section under consideration Length of pipe section under consideration (meter) Number of household served Computed Peak Flow (liter per second) .06) 12 8 ts8 93 0.80 22 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 23 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 24 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 25 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 26 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 27 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 28 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 29 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 30 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 31 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 32 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 33 0 0 0 0 < 34 0 0 0 0 < - 35 0 0 0 0 < - 36 0 0 0 0 < - 37 0 0 0 0 < - 38 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 < < - (17.545237 < 5.2250814 < 2.72 16 12 ts12 121 2.2871567 < (61.2089004 < 5.5040638 < 2.398035 < (18.

=Pipe diameter (mm). (interpolate when necessary).400 Where: PF GRF N PCWC = Peak flow. = Coefficient of friction (approximately 0. Where: F L Q D Simplifying: D^5 = (0. = Growth rate factor.5 x GRF x N x Average Household Size x PCWC / 86.I. using the Darcy Weisbach Formula Nominal Diameter available in the market (mm) Headloss per 100 meters (refer to table 9.00165(L)(Q/1000)^2/HF)(1000) (mm) = (0.02 for G.5 x average flow = 2. = Water discharge.2) 11 Actual Headloss Formula: Column 6: PF PF = 2. Simplifying: Column 8: HF D^5 = f (L)(Q)^2/D^5 = f (L)(Q)^2/HF HF = Headloss or the difference in elevation between the pipe in consideration. Column 11: Actual Headloss = (Headloss per 100 M)(Section Length)/100 .7 8 9 10 Difference in elevation between nodes under consideration (meter) Computed Pipe Diameter (mm). = Length of pipe section in consideration. pipe).2. = Total number of household served by the pipe section. = Per capita water consumption.00165(Column 4)(Column 6/1000)^2/(Column 7))(1000) Column 10: From table 9.

= (Column 10)(Column 4)/100 .

715103 0.30 8 to ts8 18.130722 0.55 ok 3.95 Section Length a to 1 752.345012 2.1 23.65 31.10 5 to ts5 19.40 9 to 10 858.1 24.811522 0 Hr Remarks 10.293049 4.20 4 to ts4 11.192506 0.20 HH 158 148 148 136 136 125 109 77 65 53 125 109 93 77 55 43 121 104 89 121 104 89 .60 1 to 2 22.143063 2.90305 42.264731 0.3 30.70 1 to ts2 18.30 7 to 8 386.40 6 to ts6 9.30 2 to 3 374.30 9 to ts10 19.106449 22.223542 0.882.24 ok 5.15 ok 6.446879 3.60 3 to 4 127.20 11 to ts12 306.832317 1.98 23.20 10 to ts11 26.160452 0.75 ok 1.252459 6.1 24.21518 0.1 31.96 24 23.1 24.05 24.40 3 to 7 384.80 8 to 9 773.2089 2.96 23.662426 4.19 ok (17.1 24.60 10 to 11 1.Headloss Actual per Headloss 100 m. (m) Node A 1 (m) 10 0.71 ok 6.226336 0.90 2 to ts3 29.1 24 24 24.06 24.225081 0.176951 0.04924 0.183102 0 11 1.188843 0.504064 0.274945 0.1 24.264779 0.143594 0.45 28.051191 0.71 ok 4.30 7 to ts7 21.042989 1.20 4 to 5 385.4 24.301965 0.628529 0.703633 0.287157 0.1 24.667488 2.055331 0.095733 5.545237 0.39803 1.30 9 to ts9 16.60 5 to 6 287.537614 1.66) ok 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 4 5 6 Elev 46.440265 1.30 ok 6.614123 0.09 24.

98 ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok #REF! ok (17.72 ok 4.(61.61) ok 5.59 ok 2.06 ok 2.41 ok 5.66) ok - ok - ok - ok - ok - ok ok .34) ok (62.69 ok 3.06) ok (62.57 ok 2.51 ok 2.32 ok 1.

(m) .

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ALBAY 31.3 28.30 18.10 19.30 148 -22 -37 -54 -69 #VALUE! 109 G F L K J Q P O B C E I N S' V U Z Y 38 mm 31 mm T S X W - m m m D R 1 1/2 " 1 1/4 " M .95 24.60 29.20 21.40 9. RAPU-RAPU.05 18.98 23.30 11.3 1 to ts2 2 to ts3 4 to ts4 5 to ts5 6 to ts6 7 to ts7 8 to ts8 H 18.4 24 23.Schematic Diagram of POBLACION.

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813 2.0827 1.30 18.75812 1.5 46.6 62.8369422 < 6.0 66.45 2 1 2 148 0.27281 2.51 9 1 ts2 148 0.0827 1.30 21.10 1.7 66.9 85.80 773.34 4.29 1.8475368 < 1.43355 4.15 3.5554197 < 4.90 6.29 (mm) (mm) 8 100.35 4 3 7 125 0.60 287.20 11.20 26.20 385.12 0.90 374.8 41.00311 3.00311 3.35 5.40 384.5 47.63 0.69 4.51 5 7 8 109 0.h) Option (m) 7 12.813 2.48 4.6 9 150 100 100 100 100 75 75 75 63 63 50 63 50 50 38 50 100 100 100 50 50 31 35 36 37 38 39 B.882.70 22.7257252 < 5.79 4.48764 1.30 386.1 69.30 16.27281 2.6 74.23 7 9 10 65 1.40 9.38101 2.79 6 8 9 77 2.79 .1 29. of Household Total Headloss Available Head 1 Res (C) 1 158 1.30 19.0606235 < 1.94824 2.51 4.60 29.23 1.1 47.20 3 2 3 136 0.16307 3.90 8 10 11 53 2.67853 3.4961528 < 3.8 31. Pipeline Analysis Branch Node No.2 4.20 306.51 3.94824 2.45 1.9 49.10 19.7 55.40728 3.6 75.40 858.7 59. Pipeline Design Input/Output Pipeline Section Node from to 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 33 34 2 Res (C) 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 1 2 7 8 9 10 11 12 3 4 5 4 5 6 3 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 ts2 ts3 ts7 ts8 ts9 ts10 ts11 ts12 4 5 6 ts4 ts5 ts6 Section Length Household Served Peak Flow (m) (no.84 2.25 3.20 5 158 148 136 125 109 77 65 53 148 136 125 109 93 77 55 43 121 104 89 121 104 89 6 10.60 1.II -PIPELINE DESIGN ANALYSIS: A.7036329 < 12.6928743 < 6.6 65.0 66.38101 2.30 18.2 41.29 1.60 127.79 2.20 6.40728 Available Pipe Pipe Head Diameter Diameter (Hr+elev.3353992 < 4.2 30.67853 3.8 32.35 1.51547 2.) (lps) 4 752.

29 34 0 0 0 0 < - 35 0 0 0 0 < - 36 0 0 0 0 < - 37 0 0 0 0 < - 38 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 < < - Hr = Residual head Column Description: Column 1 2-3 4 5 6 Description Pipe section under consideration Node section under consideration Length of pipe section under consideration (meter) Number of household served Computed Peak Flow (liter per second) .2871567 < 1.2749453 < 1.63 12 8 ts8 109 0.6285293 < 0.84 21 5 ts5 104 0.2250814 < 1.10 2 ts3 136 0.48 14 10 ts10 77 0.34 13 9 ts9 93 0.29 23 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 24 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 25 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 26 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 27 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 28 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 29 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 30 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 31 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 32 #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! < #REF! 33 6 ts6 89 0 < 3.12 20 4 ts4 121 0.1925063 < 3.2647788 < 0.545237 < 4.6599705 < 2.35 18 4 5 104 0.5040638 < 1.25 16 12 ts12 43 2.29 17 3 4 121 0.29 11 7 ts7 125 1.8115218 < 2.69 15 11 ts11 55 1.10 19 5 6 89 0.4402653 < 4.15 22 6 ts6 89 0 < 3.2089004 < 4.

=Pipe diameter (mm). Simplifying: Column 8: HF D^5 = f (L)(Q)^2/D^5 = f (L)(Q)^2/HF HF = Headloss or the difference in elevation between the pipe in consideration.I. = Per capita water consumption.7 8 9 10 Difference in elevation between nodes under consideration (meter) Computed Pipe Diameter (mm).5 x GRF x N x Average Household Size x PCWC / 86. Column 11: Actual Headloss = (Headloss per 100 M)(Section Length)/100 . using the Darcy Weisbach Formula Nominal Diameter available in the market (mm) Headloss per 100 meters (refer to table 9.5 x average flow = 2.00165(Column 4)(Column 6/1000)^2/(Column 7))(1000) Column 10: From table 9.00165(L)(Q/1000)^2/HF)(1000) (mm) = (0.2.2) 11 Actual Headloss Formula: Column 6: PF PF = 2. = Coefficient of friction (approximately 0. pipe). = Water discharge.400 Where: PF GRF N PCWC = Peak flow. = Length of pipe section in consideration.02 for G. = Total number of household served by the pipe section. = Growth rate factor. Where: F L Q D Simplifying: D^5 = (0. (interpolate when necessary).

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188843 0.545237 0.20 HH 158 148 136 125 109 77 65 53 148 136 125 109 93 77 55 43 121 104 89 121 104 89 .1 24 24 24.65 30.45 24.667488 2.55542 2.042989 1.1 24.79 ok 4.98 23.30 9 to ts9 16.345012 2.1 31.70 1 to 2 22.095733 5.882.504064 0.05 ok 3.96 24 23.725725 0.715103 0.14 ok 5.90 ok 0.60 3 to 4 127.176951 0.96 23.274945 0.40 6 to ts6 9.060623 0.143063 2.75 ok 1.811522 0 Hr Remarks 10.10 5 to ts5 19.446879 3.20 4 to ts4 11.628529 0.60 5 to 6 287.1 31.40 9 to 10 858.30 7 to 8 386.226336 0.60 2 to ts3 29. (m) (m) 10 0.21518 0.440265 1.293049 4.614123 0.4 24.09 24.51 ok 4.30 1 to ts2 18.1 24.30 8 to ts8 18.252459 6.847537 2.301965 0.703633 0.05 24.130722 0.1 24.95 Section Length a to 1 752.264731 0.3 28.496153 0.30 9 to ts10 19.1 24.06 24.143594 0.20 10 to ts11 26.335399 1.65997 1.40 3 to 7 384.225081 0.1 24.Headloss Actual per Headloss 100 m.264779 0.287157 0.20 4 to 5 385.836942 0.30 7 to ts7 21.90 2 to 3 374.223542 0.29 ok Node A 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 4 5 6 Elev 46.192506 0.80 8 to 9 773.183102 0 11 1.60 10 to 11 1.23 ok 1.82 ok 3.2089 2.20 11 to ts12 306.1 23.692874 0.662426 4.

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3 0.1 2.02 0.2 1.11 0.82 7.50 1.9 1.44 0.94 1.42 0.1 0.4 4.4 0.7 1.1 0.6 1.6 0.64 0.52 1.50 4.101 0.119 0.51 0.23 0.25 0.13 0.5 3.5 2 2.5 6.15 1.1 3.1 7.211 0.55 0.00 2.43 1.33 1.8 5.00 6.32 0.25 0.67 1.41 4 0.95 6.30 0.1 0.05 0.13 0.19 2.00 8.5 4.18 0.88 2.5 5 0.00 3.47 0.8 25 0.2 31 0.1 6.16 0.6 4.11 0.8 1.70 0.33 0.6 75 100 0.09 0.35 1.9 5.6 3. PE.17 0.187 0.429 0.21 0.27 0.01 0.11 1.40 1.2 11.48 0.08 0.PVC.48 0.85 63 0.40 0.65 2.65 6.22 0.353 0.80 1.4 0.4 50 0.62 0.166 0.11 0.00 7.1 FRICTION HEAD LOSS IN PLASTIC PIPES 38 0.14 0.165 0.14 0. PB C = 50 TABLE 9.3 0.262 0.2 4.2 0.35 8.4 3.60 0.50 3.64 0.17 0.3 3.6 4.32 0.77 0.20 1.18 10.50 5.03 0.68 0.50 0.74 2.089 0.3 8.2 8.18 0.77 1.Q LPS 0.7 2.12 0.06 0.2 1.3 3 0.36 0.124 0.12 0.22 0.42 2 3.31 0.2 1.06 9.5 0.5 7.1 0.4 0.55 .15 6.15 1.04 0.20 0.079 0.4 5.00 10.00 4.71 1 1.8 0.00 1.8 FRICTION HEAD LOSS IN METERS PER 100 METERS PLASTIC PIPE .00 PIPE SIZE (mm) 13 19 0.60 1.19 3 3.48 0.284 0.89 1.07 0.95 9.15 0.26 0.221 0.1 1.80 2.44 3.18 0.2 4.74 2.131 0.

8 0.7 63 0.3 12.117 0.11 0.12 0.88 2.22 0.80 2.12 18.4 5.8 9.44 0.20 0.88 6.84 4 6.129 0.66 0.4 23.8 10.8 1.706 0.70 0.20 1.15 0.00 10.00 PIPE SIZE (mm) 13 19 0.1 0.2 7.28 1.42 0.40 1.33 0.6 0.38 6 7.858 1.54 0.332 0.28 0.4 3 4 4.6 7 9.2 1.52 0.22 2.00 3.86 3.03 0.60 1.157 0.44 0.76 4.28 1.3 13 0.07 0.96 1.54 1.2 7.26 0.24 1.00 1.4 2.84 1.Q LPS 0.1 1.524 0.00 4.48 4.25 0.50 4.248 0.10 0.40 0.202 0.22 0.46 0.4 0.50 3.14 0.94 1.6 0.34 2.8 0.262 0.82 8 1 10 1.238 0.62 0.14 0.15 0.17 0.2 12.50 5.04 0.4 3.9 13.91 0.96 1.6 25 0.48 4.2 2.36 0.8 6.2 0.16 0.64 15.15 0.7 0.00 7.4 17.2 75 100 0.2 9 12.8 2.12 0.374 0.104 0.02 1.6 11.42 2 2.7 16.00 2.442 0.02 0.96 1.6 6 0.2 0.9 18.05 0.422 0.01 0.38 4.2 0.80 1.2 38 0.66 3.4 8.1 .26 0.4 3.18 0.3 3.06 0.6 17.18 0.34 0.2 2.2 14.6 FRICTION HEAD LOSS IN METERS PER 100 METERS GALVANIZED IRON PIPE (GIP) TABLE 9.88 1.50 0.8 11 14.00 8.368 0.8 50 0.24 0.7 3.16 0.30 0.3 2.64 0.36 1.4 31 0.78 2.72 0.09 0.6 2.04 3.2 5 6.50 1.36 21.00 6.5 0.08 0.60 0.34 0.64 0.2 8.177 0.36 0.4 8.54 2.13 0.6 1.7 0.3 4.

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00 Unit Cost II 0.m.00 Pick Matoe 10./manday Common Laborer TOTAL FOR EXCAVATION 0. Length 15. Materials B.00 Wheel barrow 2.00 day/s B.00 pcs 0.00 25. Length 12.00 pcs 0.00 pcs 0.00 sq.80 m TOTAL 44.00 units 0.00 m Width 10.00 sq.00 Unit Cost III 20.00 EXCAVATION Sand Filter 36.m.00 units 0.00 TOTAL FOR CLEARING AND GRUBBING 0.00 day/s A. I ITEM DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT No.60 m Width 0. Length 35.30 m Pipe Trench 8.50 cu.m.584.30 m Depth 0.50 TOTAL 1. Length 35.00 Hoe 2.50 cu. Shovel 10.00 BACKFILLING Pipe Trench 8.00 m Width 15.00 .00 # 100 Nylon String 0.00 pcs 0.00 m Depth 0.00 0.718.Barangay Poblacion Municipality of Rapu-Rapu Province of Albay SUB-PROJECT BILL OF QUANTITIES ITEM NO.m. Materials Bolo 6.50 cu.00 4.30 sq.m.00 0.m.30 m sq. A.30 m Depth 0.359.25 kilos 0.00 cu.m. Labor Productivity Rate: 40. of Crew/ Labor RATE PER DAY/ UNIT COST TOTALMATERIALS CLEARING AND GRUBBING Sand Filter 225.m./day Common Laborer 10.m.40 m Width 0.40 m Width 0.00 m Pipe Lines 1. Labor Excavation Productivity Rate: 2.50 cu.80 m Labor 0. Length 2.00 Fabricated Trench Digger 2.

00 Unit Cost 0./ man-day Common Laborer 30.00 0.Productivity Rate: 2.00 cu.m.00 0.00 TOTAL FOR BACKFILLING day/s 20.00 .

m.60 cu.40 m Footing Tie Beam2 3.00 Empty Cement Sacks 60 pcs 0.m.00 m Width 0.00 m Width 10. Length 14.m.30 m Thickness 0.43 cu.m.35 m Columns 2.m. 0.30 m Thickness 0.00 Washed Sand Water Drum B.30 m Thickness 0.00 m Thickness 0.50 cu. Length 5.00 m Width 0. Length 5. Labor Productivity Rate: 3.15 cu. Length 7.00 m Thickness 0.30 m Thickness 0.00 Crushed Gravel (3/4) 105 cu.40 m Roof Beam2 3.00 m Length 80.m/gang/day .m.80 cu.00 m Width 0.00 m Width 0.30 m Roof Beam1 3.36 cu.m.30 cu. Communal TapStand TOTAL VOLUME FOR CONCRETE A. Length 7.36 cu.00 cu.IV CONCRETE WORKS Sand Filter Walls 24.00 m Width 2. 18. Length 56.00 Water Proofing Compound 950 bags 0.10 m Footing (9 units) 1.15 m Floor 21.00 60 cu.m. Height 3.80 cu.m.m.m. Materials Portland Cement 950 bags 0.00 4 pcs 0.00 Construction Pail 10 pcs 0.15 m Slab 2.00 m Thickness 0. Length 2.m. Length 1.20 m Footing Tie Beam1 3.m.15 m Retro Fitting of Reservoir and Intake Box 0. Height 2.m. 0.30 m Thickness 0.40 m Apron 16.00 m Thickness 0.00 cu.63 cu.43 cu.00 m Width 1.00 m Width 0.00 m Thickness 0.00 m Width 10. 100.m.00 cu.

00 0.00 Unskilled Laborer 24 days 10.00 .Skilled Laborer 24 days 4.00 0.

Def bars 1. Def bars 4.50 cu.00 12 mm dia.00 lot 0. Hauling Ga.33 m 12mm 343.00 0.00 kgs 0.00 42.409.00 1 Concrete Vibrator 24 days 1.m. Def bars 1. Def.00 130.210.274.30 kgs 16 mm dia. bars) Summary: A.00 16 mm dia.00 m 10mm 30.49 kgs 0.133.m.210.00 0.00 days 2.00 kgs/day Bar Cutter D.25 meters for temperature bars) Footing (16 mm bars) 90.274. Def bars 1. Def bars 4.C.20 m 1. 0.274. Hauling Portland Cement Washed Sand Crushed Gravel (3/4) Miscellaneous 950 bags 0.00 10 mm dia./ day for vibrator 1 Bagger Concrete Mixer 24 days 1. Materials 6.00 Unit Cost V 0.00 m 16mm 154.15 meters for main reinforcement) (12 mm bars spaced at .00 Hacksaw Blade 10.00 m 16mm 112.4 meters bothways) Retro fitting of Reservoir and Intake Box Communal TapStands (10 mm dia.811.05 kgs 0.m.409.00 pcs 0. 16 tie wire 130. Equipment Capability Output: 31.67 m 12mm Wall (12 mm bars spaced at .00 m 10mm 162.00 m 10mm 16 mm 893.00 Unskilled Laborer 42.00 12 mm dia. Equipment Capability Output: 80.866. Labor Productivity Rate: 80. Def bars 1.00 Ga.00 1 TOTAL FOR CONCRETING WORKS 0.77 kgs 0.00 RSB WORKS Floor (12 mm bars spaced at .00 0.49 kgs 0.1 unskilled) with bar cutter C.210.15 meters bothways) 1.15 meters bothways) 2.00 0.49 kgs Footing Tie Beam1(16 mm main bars and 10mm Stirrups) Footing Tie Beam2(16 mm main bars and 10mm Stirrups) Column(16 mm main bars and 10 mm ties) Roof Beam1(16 mm main bars and 10mm Stirrups) Roof Beam2(16 mm main bars and 10mm Stirrups) Apron (10 mm bars spaced at .00 days 2.00 kgs.05 kgs 0.50 m 10mm 112.894.92 m 12mm Slab (12 mm bars spaced at .00 m 16mm 165.00 D.31 m 4.00 0. 16 tie wire .962.00 m 16mm 154./gang/day (1 gang = 1 skilled.00 10 mm dia.409.00 m 16mm 148.00 B.00 days 2. 0.95 m 1.00 m 10mm 168.00 m 10mm 560.00 m 12mm 438.00 m 16mm 165.05 kgs 10 mm 1.50 bags/ day for mixer 3.00 Skilled Laborer 42.00 60 cu.77 kgs 12 mm 4.00 105 cu.77 kgs 0.00 kgs 0.00 m 10mm 168.

00 Unit Cost 0.00 .TOTAL FOR RSB WORKS 0.

00 6" Dia.00 m Width 0.00 pc 0.00 m Thickness 0. GI Pipe 1.00 4" Dia.00 Height 2.40 m Retro Fitting of Reservoir and Intake Box 5.30 m Thickness 0. Mechanical Gate Valve with flange 4.m.00 pcs 0.00 2" CW Nail 13.m.90 meters 0. HDPE pipe SDR 9 22.m. Footing Tie Beam2 Roof Beam1 Roof Beam2 TOTAL AREA FOR FORMWORKS sq.00 pcs 0.60 Ln. Elbow 2./gang/day TOTAL FOR FORMWORKS 0.00 sq.30 m Thickness 0.00 m Footing Tie Beam1 22.00 4" Dia.80 sq.m. HDPE Flange 2.00 pcs 0.00 pcs 0.m.m. Length 7.00 6" Dia. Length 7. Materials 1/4" Marine Plywood 95.00 1 1/2" CW Nail B.00 Unskilled Laborer 16. m A.00 TRANSMISSION PIPELINES 775.m.m.00 4" Dia.00 11.00 pcs 0. GI Flange 1.30 m 30.00 Length 80.00 pcs 0.00 m Width 0.m.40 sq.00 2 x 3 x 12 coco lumber 360. GI Pipe . Length 5.00 6" Dia. Mechanical Gate Valve with flange 1. Height 3.00 pcs 0.00 Unit Cost VII 0. Materials 6" Dia. Length 5.00 sq.00 sq.00 days 2. 469.00 kilos 0.m.00 6" Dia.00 set 0.VI FORM WORKS Sand Filter Walls 320. Labor Productivity Rate: 30.00 kilos 0.00 Skilled Laborer 16.00 pc 0.00 0.00 pc 0.00 0. HDPE flange 1. Length 2.m.00 days 4.00 3" CW Nail 25.00 kilos 0.00 m Thickness 0.00 4" Dia.00 m Width 0.40 m 21.00 5.00 sq.00 m Width 10.00 sq. A.00 kilos 0.00 sq. GI 90 deg.40 m 33.00 2 x 2 x 12 coco lumber 510.70 meters 0. HDPE pipe SDR 9 752.00 4" Dia.35 m Columns 16.80 sq. GI Flange 2.00 m Slab 20.00 pcs 0.30 m Thickness 0.00 4" CW Nail 35.00 6" Dia.

00 days 2.00 Skilled Laborer 20.00 ln.m.4" Dia.00 days 4.00 Note: All connections are butt fused B.00 0. GI Tee 2.00 pcs 0.00 pcs 0. GI 90 deg elbow 8.00 0./ day . Labor Installation of Pipelines Productivity Rate: 90.00 Unskilled Laborer 20.00 4" Dia.

00 m 0.00 set 0. x 6.5 ½" dia. HDPE Reducing Coupling 2.00 pcs 0. GI Flange 2.HDPE to G.00 2" x 1 1/4" dia. Saddle Clamp 8.00 2" x 1 1/2" HDPE Reducing Coupling 5.00 6" Dia. HDPE Compression Tee 2.I.00 2 1/2" x 1/2"Saddle Clamp 2.00 ½" dia.00 2" dia. HDPE pipe SDR 11 #REF! m #REF! 2" dia HDPE pipe SDR 11 #REF! m #REF! 1 1/2" dia HDPE pipe SDR 11 26.00 ½" dia.00 pcs 0.00 pcs 0.00 3" x 2" HDPE Reducing Coupling 3.00 pcs 0. Equipment Capability Output: 90. A.00 ½" dia.m.00 pc 0. Compression Coupling 10.00 pcs 0.00 pcs 0.00 6" Dia.00 lot TOTAL FOR TRANSMISSION LINES Unit Cost VIII 0.00 1 1/2" dia. Saddle Clamp 4. HDPE Elbow Coupling 1.00 3" dia.00 pc 0.I.00 pc 0.00 1 1/2" dia.00 pc 0.00 1 1/2" x 1/2" Saddle Clamp 9.00 pcs 0.m.00 #REF! #REF! DISTRIBUTION PIPELINES #REF! ln. Materials 4" dia.00 3" x 2" HDPE Reducing Tee 2. Pipe S-40 20 pcs 0.0m G.00 Miscellaneous 1.00 pc 0.00 1/2" dia. Compression Coupling 1.00 1 1/4" x 1/2" Saddle Clamp 20. HDPE Tee 2. GI 90 deg.00 pcs 0. HDPE pipe SDR 9 #REF! meters #REF! 6" Dia.00 pcs 0.00 pcs 0.00 1 1/4" dia.G. Mechanical Gate Valve with flange 1.00 pc 0.00 4" x 1/2" Saddle Clamp 7.00 pc 0.C.00 pc 0.00 2 1/2" x 2" dia. HDPE pipe SDR 13. HDPE Tee 3.I.00 days 1. Ball Valve 46 pcs 0.00 1 1/4" dia HDPE pipe SDR 11 9.00 pcs 0. Gate Valve 46 pcs 0.G.00 pcs 0.00 pc 0.00 3" x 1/2" Saddle Clamp 2.00 D. GI Pipe 1.00 pc 0.00 1 1/2" 90 deg HDPE Elbow Coupling 4.00 2" x 1 1/4" dia.00 1 1/4" 90 deg HDPE Elbow Coupling 3./ day Butt Fusion Machine 20.00 pcs 0.00 6" Dia. HDPE Reducing Coupling 1. HDPE pipe SDR 11 #REF! m #REF! 2 1/2" dia.00 ½" dia.00 1 1/2" x 1 1/4" dia.00 1 1/4" dia.00 pcs 0. HDPE Tee 3.00 pcs 0.00 4" Dia.00 6" Dia.00 pcs 0.I. GI Pipe 11.00 pcs 0.20 m 0. Compression Coupling 4.00 100. HDPE Reducing Coupling 5.00 pcs 0.00 2" dia.00 2" x 1/2" Saddle Clamp 6.50 m 0. HDPE pipe SDR 9 #REF! meters #REF! 4" Dia.00 4" x 3" dia.20 m 0.00 4" dia.00 ln.00 pc 0.00 pcs 0.Bronze Faucet 46 pcs 0.00 2 1/2" dia. HDPE Flange 2. Adapter (Male Adapter) 46 pcs 0. HDPE Reducing Coupling 5. Elbow 2.00 3" x 2 1/2" HDPE Reducing Coupling 2. Hauling 6" Dia. HDPE pipe SDR 11 1.145.00 pcs 0.00 .00 1 1/2" x 1 1/4" dia.

I.I.00 ** Note: Pipe connections for size 2 1/2" and up are butt fused : All dimentions are taken from the inside diameter .I. Union Patente 46 pcs 0.½" dia.00 Water Meter 46 pcs 0.00 Teflon Tape 100 pcs 0. Coupling 46 pcs 0. x 12" G. G.00 ½" G.00 ½" x 90 deg G. Nipple 92 pcs 0.00 ½" dia. elbow 92 pcs 0.I.

00 4.00 days 2.00 1.00 Installation of Pipe Fittings for TapStands Productivity Rate: 1.00 sq.00 Unit Cost X Project Supervision 180.00 pcs 0.00 ### Skilled Laborer 10.00 12. Ridge Roll 23 cm. Equipment Electric Drill Electric Grinder D.m.00 0.00 TOTAL FOR ROOF AND ROOF FRAMING WORKS 0. Materials 2" x 1/4" Angle Bar 100.00 li. X 5 cm.00 Acetelyn Cutter 15.m. 0.00 0./gang/day Skilled Laborer 36.00 1.00 pcs 0.00 6.00 Equipment Cost 0.00 day/s 2.44 mm Thk GI Long Span Pre-Painted Roof Sheet 256.m.00 1. Hauling Lump Sum 0.00 Welding Machine 15.00 TOTAL FOR DISTRIBUTION PIPELINES #REF! Unit Cost #REF! ROOF and ROOF FRAMING WORKS 256.00 0.00 6" x 2" Ga 16 purlins 55.00 0.00 12mm dia.00 lot 1/4" thk MS Plate (4' x 8') 6011 Welding Rods 2" tek screw Roof Sealant .00 15.00 gal 0.00 pcs.00 0.00 box 0. Labor Productivity Rate: 13.00 16mm dia.00 Tapstand/gang/day IX 0.00 1.00 days 1.00 3.00 0.B.00 days 1.400. Turnbuckle 24.00 days 1. X 15 cm. X 2 cm. X 3 m.00 pcs.00 day/s 4. Plain bar (sag rods) 45./gang/day C.00 PROJECT SUPERVISION #REF! INDIRECT COST Pre-Engineering #REF! Contractor's Profit #REF! Tax #REF! .00 pcs 0.00 ### 0.00 gal 0.00 16mm dia.00 pcs 0. 0.00 days 4.00 days 1.00 0.00 45 cm x 3 m.00 5. Plain bar 24. Flashing Epoxy Primer B.00 Unskilled Laborer 20.00 TOTAL FOR PROJECT SUPERVISION A days 1.00 0.00 0.00 pcs 0.00 pcs 0.00 ### Unskilled Laborer 36.00 Hauling Cost #REF! Sub-Total A B 0.00 DIRECT COST Material Cost #REF! ### Labor Cost 0.00 sq. Labor (INCLUDES HAULING OF MATERIALS) Pipe Laying Productivity Rate: 90.00 sq.00 days 5.00 Unskilled Laborer 10.m.00 days 5.00 0. A.00 Skilled Laborer 20.00 sheet 0. 0.

OCM #REF! TOTAL ESTIMATED COST Prepared by: #REF! Approved by: .