Standard: UFC 3-701-07
DOD FACILITIES PRICING GUIDE
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The DoD Facilities Pricing Guide supports a spectrum of facility planning, investment, and analysis needs. This version of the Guide, revised to reflect updated cost and pricing data for FY 2007, is intended to correspond with preparation of the DoD budget for FY 2009. It includes reference information organized into three chapters:
Unit Costs for Military Construction Projects
Chapter 2 and tables 2A through 2C provide unit cost data and related adjustment factors for selected DoD facility types and is intended for use in preparing Military Construction (MILCON) project documentation (DD Forms 1391) and other project-level estimates. MILCON unit costs are associated with a particular reference size for each facility type that can then be adjusted to the actual size for each project. Costs are expressed in FY 2009 and FY 2010 dollars
Unit Costs for DoD Facilities Cost Models
Chapter 3 and table 3 provide unit costs associated with the DoD Real Property Classification System (RPCS) to be used in DoD facilities cost models. These cost factors are based upon the reported average DoD facility size or an established benchmark size, as annotated for each Facility Analysis Category (FAC) in the RPCS (published separately). Many of these cost factors are also based upon a "composite" facility that reflects a weighted mix of various similar facilities found in the inventory, rather than a single facility. For these reasons, these unit costs are intended for macrolevel analysis and planning rather than individual facilities or projects. Costs are expressed in current-year dollars.
Common Cost Adjustment Factors
Chapter 4 and tables 4 A and 4B provide common cost adjustment factors for future price escalation and location that are applicable to the base unit costs in both chapters 2 and 3.
|Organization:||Unified Facilities Criteria|
|Document Number:||ufc 3-701-07|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|