Cost Estimate Reporting
Warm Lit Shell and Tenant Improvements (TI)
Cost estimates must be reported in an electronic
The organization of the cost elements shall be in
spreadsheet format. Each of the cost estimate submissions
accordance with the GSA Pricing Policy, which calls for a
shall contain the following:
separate tenant improvement breakdown of all tenant
1. Executive Summary
space fit-out identified by agency.
2. Basis of Estimate, Rationale, Assumptions and Market
The estimate shall be broken down into 1) Warm-Lit
Analysis as required in PBS 3440.5.
Shell, and 2) Tenant Agency Fit-Out, as defined by agency
3. GSA Report 3474
in the housing plan and the supporting floor plans.
4. GSA Report 3473
5. Summary Reports (GSA Uniformat and CSI Masterformat
formats as applicable)
6. Detail Line Item Cost Reports
Estimating Format Requirements
The Format and Minimum Level of Detail for Estimating are as follows:
V, Note 5
Note 1, Note 5
Note 2, Note 5
Note 4, Note 5
Note 4, Note 5
Note 1. If the detailed drawings and outline specifications are available,
Note 3. The summary of the cost estimate in CSI Masterformat shall corre-
provide the CSI Masterformat cost estimate at the greatest detail that the
spond with Uniformat Level III as defined in PBS 3440.5. See Sample Forms.
drawings and specifications would support.
Note 4. The level of detail of the cost estimate in CSI Masterformat shall corre-
Note 2. The level of detail of the cost estimate in CSI Masterformat shall corre-
spond with Uniformat Level VI as defined in PBS 3440.5. See Sample Forms.
spond with Uniformat Level V as defined in PBS 3440.5. See Sample Forms.
Note 5. Unit prices shall be broken down into labor, materials, and equipment.
298 F A C I L I T I E S S T A N D A R D S
A.1 General Requirements Cost Estimating Requirements
Revised March 2005 PBS-P100