ESTIMATE SUMMARY

NYSEG 150 MW - Advanced CAES Demonstration Plant: Cost Estimate
ACCOUNT ITEM Procurement Packages CAES Equipment Black Start Generator Generator & Compressor Circuit Breakers Isolated Phase Bus Duct Non-Seg Bus Duct Raw Water Pumphouse MCC Step-Up Transformer Aux Transformer Miscellaneous Transformers DCS CEMS Ammonia Unloading, Storage & Forwarding Water Treatment System Oil / Water Separator Packaged Sanitary System Fuel Gas Compressor Fuel Gas Conditioning Fuel Gas Chromatograph Bridge Crane Circulating Water & Aux Cooling Water Pumps Sump Pumps Fire Water Pumps Miscellaneous Horizontal Pumps Miscellaneous Vertical Pumps Air Receiver & Dryer Circ Water Pipe Power Distribution Center Procurement Package Subtotal Construction Packages Cooling Tower Field Fabricated Tanks Initial Sitework Final Sitework Offsite Pipeline Foundations & U/G Utilities Generation Building Erection Admin / Maintenance and Mech Equipment Buildings Pre-Engineered Buildings Raw Water Pumphouse Mechanical Erection Piping Fire Protection Insulation Plant Switchyard Interconnect Switchyard 115kV Transmission Line 34.5kV Distribution Line Electrical and I&C Start-up Subcontracts Construction Package Subtotal Purchase Order & Subcontract Package Subtotal QTY UNIT MATERIAL LABOR TOTAL COMMENTS

11201 14001 21401 22101 22201 23101 25101 25201 25301 51001 53201 93301 95001 95101 95801 96101 96301 96501 102001 154101 154301 157101 157501 157601 182001 420201 491001

$ $

48,900,000 $ 690,000 $

$

490,000 $

$

650,000 $

$ $

190,000 $ 150,000 $

$

80,000 $

$

150,000 $

15,800,000 $ $ 590,000 $ $ $ $ 330,000 $ $ $ 800,000 $ $ $ 220,000 $ 220,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ 90,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ 130,000 $ $ 18,180,000 $ $ $ $ 170,000 $ 50,000 $ 650,000 $ $ 860,000 $ $ $ 400,000 $ $ $ 520,000 $ $ 130,000 $ $ 660,000 $ $ $ $ $ 3,440,000 $ 21,620,000 $

64,700,000 1,280,000 820,000 1,450,000 410,000 370,000 170,000 280,000 69,480,000 320,000 70,000 1,170,000 1,270,000 2,100,000 1,320,000 180,000 2,640,000 9,070,000 78,550,000

$

51,300,000 $

171001 191101 591101 591102 591201 591401 592101 592102 592201 592301 593301 593401 593601 593701 594101 594102 594201 594202 594401 651001

$ $ $ $

150,000 $ 20,000 $ 520,000 $ 410,000 $

$

1,700,000 $

$ $ $

800,000 $ 50,000 $ 1,980,000 $

$ $

5,630,000 $ 56,930,000 $

Material & Design Development Allowance Subcontractor's Mark-up on Material Additional Premium Time Cost (5-10's) Overtime Productivity Cost Construction Subtotal PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Engineering, Construction Management, & Start-up Services Engineering Subtotal OTHER COSTS: Builder's All Risk Insurance Worker's Compensation & Employers' Liability Commercial General Liability Comprehensive Automobile Liability Contractor's Equipment & Automobile Physical Damage Insurance Transportation Insurance Payment & Performance Bond Escalation Sales & Use Tax Warranty Permits & Fees Other Costs Subtotal SUBTOTAL COST Contingency - General Contingency -Major Purchase Order Terms & Conditions Contingency - Technology Licensing Fees Contingency Subtotal TOTAL COST Fees Cavern & Well Sytem Deveopment AFUDC Owner's Costs TOTAL

1 1 1 1

LS LS LS LS $ 56,930,000 $

$ $ $ $ 21,620,000 $

78,550,000

1

LS

$ $

13,194,000 13,194,000

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4,778,400 4,778,400 96,522,400 10,465,710

1 1 1

LS LS LS

$

$ 10,465,710 $ 106,988,110 $ 734,700 2,400,000 $ 7,400,000 $ 9,883,293 $ $ 125,006,103

$

5,000,000 $

Compressed Air Energy Storage Natural Gas Combined Cycle Plant Estimate Basis

Prepared for:

NYSEG 18 Link Drive Binghamton, NY 13902-5224

December, 2011 By:
WorleyParsons Group, Inc
2675 Morgantown Road Reading, Pennsylvania 19607-9676

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION
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Summary ..................................................................................................................1 Estimate Scope ........................................................................................................1 Quantity Development ( Cycles 1 & 2 only ) ........................................................1 Equipment Pricing ...................................................................................................3 Bulk Material Pricing ...............................................................................................3 Construction Labor .................................................................................................4 Wage Rates / Construction Crews ...................................................................... 4 Installation Hours.................................................................................................. 5 Labor Productivity ................................................................................................ 5 Labor Availability .................................................................................................. 5 Construction Indirects.......................................................................................... 5 Other Costs and Exclusions ..................................................................................7 Material Take-Off and Design Allowance .............................................................7 Contractor Markup on Materials .......................................................................... 8 Professional Services........................................................................................... 8 Escalation to Period of Performance .................................................................. 9 Project General Contingency............................................................................. 11 Project Specific Contingency ............................................................................ 12 Other Exclusions ................................................................................................ 13 Typical Owner’s Costs ....................................................................................... 13 Engineering, Procurement & Construction Management Approach ..............13 Procurement Approach ...................................................................................... 14 Contracting Approach ........................................................................................ 14 Estimate Results ...................................................................................................15 Comparison Estimates .........................................................................................15

APPENDICES A – Journeyman Wage Rates B – Average Composite Labor Rate Breakdown C – Escalation Percentages

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Summary WorleyParsons prepared three estimates for the NYSEG Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) project, two estimates based on Cycle 1 technology (DresserRand) and one estimate based on Cycle 2 technology (ES&P / Man Diesel Turbo). Initially, WorleyParsons’ objective was to prepare two “bottom-up”, +/-10% estimates, one for Cycle 1 and one for Cycle 2. Late in the project, it was determined that Cycle 1 could be more viable if output were increased. This resulted in the establishment of Cycle 1A. However, the timing did not allow for the development of the design to support a +/-10% estimate. Rather, the 1A estimate was developed by factoring from the Cycle 1 estimate. The below table summarizes the three estimates prepared by WorleyParsons.
Cycle 1 1A 2 Compression (MW) 170 170 170 Output (MW) 135 210 210 Accuracy +/- 10% +/- 20% +/- 10% Estimate Approach Bottom Up Factored Bottom Up Estimated Cost ($ Millions) $337.8* $364.6* $380.0* Estimated Cost ($/kW) $2,502 $1,736 $1,810

* Excludes Cavern development costs, Owner’s costs, Permit development costs and AFUDC 2.0 Estimate Scope The scope of each estimate includes the following: • • • • • • 3.0 All scope inside the plant boundary limits Offsite water intake structure and pipeline to plant Plant switchyard 115kV transmission line to interconnect point Interconnect switchyard 34.5kV distribution line to raw water intake.

Quantity Development ( Cycles 1 & 2 only ) Equipment quantities for major equipment components are based on the plant layout and configuration and associated equipment list and P&ID’s. Balance of plant equipment quantities are based on plant designs of similar size developed by WorleyParsons engineering. Bulk material takeoffs were developed as follows. Civil Material take-offs were performed for the bulk civil items such as: stormwater control, fencing, plant roads, access roads, cut & fill, seeding & mulching and excavation.

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Insulation Pipe insulation quantities were developed based on heat conservation and personnel protection requirements of the various piping systems. control) Power and control cable quantities were developed using the conceptual layouts for cable tray and ductbank.) Page 2 of 19 . conceptual designs were developed for the purpose of bulk material quantification. Equipment insulation quantities were developed based on conceptual equipment sizes and configurations. Electrical Cable (Site Grounding) A conceptual grounding grid was developed for the purpose of establishing quantities.1 for an expanded discussion. Valves In conjunction with in-house piping specifications. Efforts were made to identify all of the power circuits required and to establish lengths for each of the various cable sizes.Structural – Foundations Concrete quantities for major and minor foundations were developed using inhouse information for similarly sized equipment and structures where available. Using the P&ID’s. the P&ID’s were used to establish the basis of the valve quantities. Structural – Steel Structural steel quantities were developed based on the preliminary design of the buildings and structures. In cases where in-house information was not available. pipe quantities were developed by establishing a conceptual routing of the piping on the site plan. A material take-off/design development allowance to account for quantity growth through the design process is included at the summary level of the estimate. Piping Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) were developed for several systems. Electrical – Cable Tray Cable tray quantities were developed based on a conceptual cable tray layout. This was done for all of the major systems and several of the secondary systems. Concrete quantities include foundations for all equipment and buildings. Electrical Cable (Power. (See Section 7. Electrical – Ductbank Ductbank quantities were developed using a conceptual ductbank layout.

pricing is based on WorleyParsons in-house data. WorleyParsons adjusted the quotes to include items such as Technical Direction during Installation (TDI). WorleyParsons is able to draw from an extensive collection of pricing for a wide array of equipment and materials. Quoted Equipment as a Percentage of Plant Capital Cost Cycle 1 Cycle 1A Cycle 2 42% 41% 35% Pricing for equipment where vendor quotes were not received is based on recent pricing for similar equipment from WorleyParsons estimating in-house data. procurement and construction management of various power-related projects. adjusted to 4Q2011 dollars. In general. Except as noted.0 Equipment Pricing Vendor quotes were solicited from suppliers of the following equipment.4. in cases where vendors omitted these costs. 5. However vendor input was received for the following bulk commodities: Page 3 of 19 . All quotes are based on “overnight” pricing. the quotes are furnish-only. freight and start-up spares.0 Bulk Material Pricing Bulk material pricing is applied to quantities developed for the project. ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Process Air Compressors Combustion Turbine Generator Air Expanders Recuperator Cooling Tower (Furnish & Erect) Circulating Water Pumps Aux Cooling Water Pumps Vertical Pumps Emergency Generator Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS) Bridge Crane Fuel Gas Compressors Water Treatment System Generator Step Up Transformer Auxiliary Transformer DCS System Fire Protection Pumps Field Erected Storage Tanks (Furnish & Erect) The total value of the above equipment as a percentage of Plant Capital Cost is tabulated below. This collection was generated and developed through many years of executing the design.

labor availability and construction indirect costs. For trades that use General Foreman. A more detailed description and methodology is as follows. 6. WorleyParsons includes 1 General Foreman for every 35 craft. labor productivity.• • • • • 6.1 Wage Rates / Construction Crews Davis-Bacon prevailing rates were obtained from the GPO Access website for Davis-Bacon Wage Determination. requirements vary among the construction trades. 2012. installation hours. With respect to General Foreman.0 Ready-mix concrete Reinforcing Steel Roofing Siding Select piping & valves Construction Labor Development of overall construction labor costs takes into account wage rates. It should be noted that there may be a requirement for a greater number of apprentices. Equipment-General Combustion Turbine Erection Boiler Erection Expander Erection HVAC Underground Piping Above Ground Piping Fire Protection Plumbing Painting Page 4 of 19 . Appendix A is a listing of Journeyman wage rates and fringe benefit rates used in the estimate. but also construction indirects ( as more fully described in Section 6.5 ) specific to the respective crew. Rates are valid to May. ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Site Work-Light Site Work-Medium Site Work-Heavy Site Work-Extra Heavy Underground Electrical Electrical Bulks Electrical Equipment Insulation Instrumentation/Controls Mech. The approach taken by WorleyParsons allows for a higher ratio of apprentices to journeymen without exceeding estimated costs. In calculating the average wage rate for any given craft. WorleyParsons developed several construction crews that incorporate not only the above wage rates for the respective crafts. WorleyParsons assumes a ratio of 1 apprentice to 8 journeymen to 1 working foreman. Below is a listing the crews used in the development of the estimate.

Equipment setting man-hours were developed using a combination of several techniques.3 Labor Productivity The estimate reflects union productivity for the Schuyler County.2 above. The database represents standard installation rates for US Gulf Coast Merit Shop.2 Concrete-Forms Concrete-Rebar Concrete-Placement & Finish Concrete-Complete Masonry Structural Steel Miscellaneous Steel Carpentry Roofing Siding General Architectural Installation Hours WorleyParsons maintains a database of standard unit installation hours. as opposed to individual craftsperson capabilities. 6. Bulk material man-hours are based on WorleyParsons data base. Page 5 of 19 .5 Construction Indirects In addition to base wage rates and fringe benefits. NY area. The increase in hours (or the decrease in productivity) is driven by the jurisdictional guidelines set forth in the union work rules.1 multiplier over US Gulf Coast Merit Shop. 6. with the balance from either Elmira or Ithaca. factors such as jobsite location.: new construction) and site congestion were considered. A listing of construction indirect costs and a brief description of each is as follows. labor costs include construction indirect costs. Installation was developed using equipment weights. The resultant hours were further adjusted for local productivity (described below). type of work (i. No additional incentives such as bonuses have been included to attract craft labor. 6. and fabrication completeness upon delivery. The average productivity factor included in the estimate is a 1. The estimate includes a travel allowance of $80/day for half of the craft. as described in Section 6.e. The estimate is based on an adequate supply of qualified craft personnel being available to staff this project. equipment size.4 Labor Availability Labor is based on a 50-hour work-week (5-10s). Standard unit installation rates were applied to the quantities and equipment in the estimate. It is estimated that about half of the craft required for the project will come from Rochester. NY. In evaluating productivity.ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ 6.

Category Payroll taxes and insurances Contractor’s General Liability insurance Construction Supervision Indirect Craft Labor Scaffold Erection Temporary Facilities Field Office Small Tools & Consumables Description Includes employer portions of the following: • Worker’s Compensation Insurance • FICA • Federal Unemployment Insurance • State Unemployment Insurance Covers the premiums anticipated to be incurred Contractor’s Supervision including: • Contractor’s Site Management • Superintendents • Project Controls • Site Administrators • Site Quality Assurance • Inspectors • Site Clerical • Miscellaneous Supervision Non-Direct Craft Labor Items including: • Tool Control • Training • Welder Certification • Fire Watch • Site Cleanup • Dust Control • Miscellaneous Indirect Work Includes costs for rental. Page 6 of 19 . Includes any temporary structures (other than field office) or utilities required at the job site. Items include ( but are not necessarily limited to ) : • Temporary Warehouse • Site Security • Temporary Electric grid • Power consumed during construction • Water consumed during construction • Trash Hauling fees • Temporary sanitary connections • Temporary Sanitary Facilities • Change trailers Field Office Trailer costs including: • Trailer rental • Furniture • Office equipment • Computers • Site communication • Office supplies Small tools required for construction. erection & removal of scaffolding.

personal protective equipment. Includes materials management.0 7. as opposed to contingency which is considered an assessment of unknown “unknowns”. Oil & Maintenance for Construction equipment Contractor’s Overhead and Profit ( on labor and indirects ) Consumables such as welding gases and rods Labor costs to receive. the following percentages were used: Description Site Preparation Concrete Work Pipe.2 below ) Appendix B presents a breakdown of the overall average composite wage rate used in the estimate.Material Handling Safety / Incentives Mobilization / Demobilization Construction Equipment Fuel. oil & maintenance of the construction equipment above. Includes safety manager. Includes costs for the fuel. degree of certitude in design features and overall confidence in developing quantities for the respective system. ( Contractor’s markup on materials discussed in Section 7. Percentages are based on a number of factors including historic percentage changes. Percentages ranging between 5% and 10% were used. Contractor’s overhead and profit markup on all labor-related items as included above. Based on WorleyParsons experience in combined cycle power plants. drug testing kits including lab fees. The value for MTO and Design allowance was established by applying percentages to estimated costs for major bulk commodities. Includes costs associated with mobilizing to the jobsite and demobilizing from the jobsite Includes costs for rental of all construction equipment necessary to construct the project. Valves & Fittings – Above Ground MTO % 5 5 6 Page 7 of 19 . 7.1 Other Costs and Exclusions Material Take-Off and Design Allowance Material Take-off (MTO) and Design Allowances are included in the estimate and are intended to compensate for the degree of engineering that is incomplete. jobsite orientation materials and materials required to maintain a safe jobsite. This allowance differs from contingency since it is a known “unknown”. unload & properly store materials and equipment delivered to the site. Labor to retrieve materials and equipment from storage and deliver to the worksite. Equipment operators are included with direct labor costs.

(Note that contractor’s overhead & profit on labor and construction indirects is included in the composite labor rate). As more fully described in Sections 8. Instrumentation and Controls Engineering.1 and 8. This markup represents contractor’s overhead & profit on materials purchased by the contractor. and issuing Purchase Orders and Constructions Contracts. • All Civil. based on WorleyParsons experience with current market conditions.Structural Steel Instruments & Controls Painting Electrical Insulation Site Development. • Serving as an agent for RGE in the Administration of the Purchase Orders and Construction Contracts.2 Contractor Markup on Materials 5 5 10 5 6 5 5 5 6 Contractor markup on materials reflects the markup that contractors will apply to materials provided under their respective contracts. performing bid evaluations. no contractor’s markup was applied to materials to be purchased under these purchase orders. Tasks include but are not necessarily limited to: • All Civil. Valves & Fittings – Below Ground 7.3 Professional Services Costs for Engineering and Design. Structural. Mechanical. Mechanical. In keeping with the EPCM concept. Page 8 of 19 . Electrical. A rate of 6% was used. Piping. Construction Management. Electrical. • Receiving all RFQs and RFPs. The specific services provided are as follows: Engineering and Design Engineering and Design includes all of the engineering. Roads & Paving Buildings Building Components & Fixtures Pipe. Instrumentation and Controls Layout and Design work • Specification of equipment and services. many items will be purchased via separate purchase orders by the EPCM contractor and delivered to the site for installation by the construction subcontractor. Architectural. Start-up Services and home office support during construction and startup have been included as an allowance based on typical costs for similar projects.2 below. participation in negotiations. Structural. Piping. Architectural. • Development of contract documents for Purchase Orders and Construction Contracts • Issuing Requests for Quotations (RFQ) and Requests for Proposals (RFP) for all Purchase Orders and Construction Contracts. procurement and management required for the project. 7. design.

4 Escalation to Period of Performance The estimate includes escalation to the period of performance. project controls.• • Providing home office engineering support during construction and commissioning. For future escalation. Providing overall design and project management including scheduling. Construction Management Construction Management includes pre-construction support of engineering & procurement. WorleyParsons sought input from Cambridge Energy Research associates (CERA). and site construction management during construction. Page 9 of 19 . general administration and clerical support. Development of Annual Escalation Percentages For annual escalation percentages. 7. CERA is an independent research company serving the energy industry. It is anticipated that the following personnel will be required to provide proper oversight of the construction contracts: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Site Construction Manager Contracts Administration Specialist Quality Coordinator Safety Lead Warehouse Specialist Structural Discipline Lead Mechanical Discipline Lead Rotating Equipment Specialist Electrical Discipline Lead Instrumentation Discipline Lead Project Controls / Scheduling Lead Cost Analyst Administrative Assistant Document Control Clerk Start-Up Services Start-Up Services include the development and implementation of the procedures and testing in order to energize plant systems and turnover a fully operational facility to the owner. CERA employs three different approaches. There are two major steps in developing estimated costs for escalation – development of annual escalation percentages and application of annual escalation percentages. estimating. Below is a listing of the framework scenarios and a brief summary of each. document controls.

Equipment Equipment was divided into Procurement Packages ( See Section 8. The project schedule was then used to determine the approximate date when a purchase order will be issued and when delivery of the goods under the purchase order will be made. The mid-point between these two dates is considered the date to which the respective category needs to be escalated. Application of Annual Escalation Percentages The annual escalation percentages were overlaid against the project schedule in order to develop values for escalation. etc. The approach to each is more fully described below. bulk material and labor. The escalation duration is the amount of time between the data date. Projected annual escalation percentages used are shown in Appendix C. Since Global Redesign is considered the “most-likely” scenario. and the above midpoint. The annual escalation rates are applied to the escalation duration to determine the value for escalation. The annual escalation rates are applied to the escalation duration to determine the value for escalation. The escalation duration is the amount of time between the data date. CERA provided future projected escalation rates for various categories for both Global Redesign and Vortex framework scenarios. Bulk Material Bulk materials were divided into construction packages ( See Section 8.2 for discussion regarding Construction Packages). The midpoint between these two dates is considered the date to which the respective category needs to be escalated. More specifically.1 for discussion regarding Procurement Packages) categories such as pumps. which is November 2011 for all materials. estimated items were divided into three major categories: equipment. tanks.• Global Redesign “Reinvigorated market forces and shared interest among major powers to expand trade and investment foster robust economic growth” Metamorphosis “Describes an accelerated move toward a lower-carbon energy economy Vortex “Volatile economic growth returns with a vengeance in the early 2010’s” • • For this project. The project schedule was then used to determine the approximate date when a construction contract will be issued and when installation will occur. they were chosen as the basis for the escalation percentages. and the above midpoint. recognizing that installation in many cases will occur over several months. which is November 2011 for all equipment. electrical equipment. Page 10 of 19 .

Estimated escalation values for the above categories are summarized in Appendix L. the schedule was evaluated to determine what percentage of the work would occur after each annual uplift. Similar to both equipment and bulk materials. Bulk Materials: • • The design as estimated is subject to quantity growth. Bulk Materials. the Construction Package breakdown was used. In WorleyParsons experience. Occasionally in the detailed design phase. This percentage was then multiplied against the estimated value of labor for a given category. Installation Labor and Professional Services Key considerations for contingency by category are as follows: Equipment: • • A large percentage of estimated equipment costs is based on either vendor quotes or recent in-house data. Page 11 of 19 . generally around May or June. the specification of a given item will be enhanced and. depending on the likelihood for cost changes. contributing significantly to pricing confidence. While MTO and design allowances are included to cover ‘normal’ quantity growth. In order to determine the value of escalation. the following process was used for each category: Beginning with 2012. equipment pricing tends to experience only minimal growth over a project’s duration.5 Project General Contingency General contingency addresses unspecified elements of cost within the current defined project scope. It is expected that by the end of the project the entire contingency will be spent on either direct or indirect costs. This process is repeated for all subsequent years requiring escalation. The resultant was then multiplied against the annual escalation percentage for the same year. the estimate was divided into four major categories: Equipment. it is conceivable that a greater than expected amount of growth could occur. This revised value becomes the starting point for determining the subsequent years’ escalation. Project contingency is calculated by applying a range of factors to individual systems or components within the estimate. each category was compared against the schedule to establish a timeframe for expenditures. Labor escalation tends to be different from the escalation for equipment and bulk materials in that pay increases tend to occur once per year.Labor For labor. thus. 7. more expensive. In establishing percentages for contingency. Contingency rates ranging from 3% to 24% were applied.

24 20. If so. This applies to Cycles 1.5% 10.7 20 10 10. The value of the specific contingency was established by taking 6% of the value of the key CAES equipment. As indicated above.8 10 10. The solicitation packages included specific commercial terms & conditions (T’s & C’s). Additionally.2 10 – 18 13.2 13. In WorleyParsons experience. Actual productivity can vary significantly from estimated productivity. Cycle 2 vendors require a License Fee. the area that experiences the most growth is installation labor. Page 12 of 19 .7 20 . In order to account for this disparity and. Professional Services: For Professional Services. vendor quotes were solicited for key CAES equipment. the design team has a certain amount of control over issues such as quantity growth. a flat percentage of 10% was used.9%.3% Project Specific Contingency Specific contingency addresses specific cost items likely to be incurred but having unknown value. Project General Contingency Range (%) Cycle 1 Cycle 1A 3–6 3. a specific contingency was included.0 10 9. 1A & 2. Even a 5% reduction in productivity could translate into several million dollars. This percentage is based on WorleyParsons experience in designing. Overall Average The overall average contingency equates to 7. Although the value of the License Fee was provided by the vendor.4 14.1 4.0 21. it was decided to include this value as a specific contingency.• In WorleyParsons experience. Depending on locally available resources. Installation Labor: • • • Labor costs tend to be the most subjective costs within the estimate. incentives beyond overtime could be necessary. procuring and managing the construction of power plants. The table below shows the range of contingency percentages applied to the various cost categories.9% Item Equipment Bulk Material Installation Labor Professional Services Total 7.6 Cycle 2 3. not knowing the exact amount needed by the vendors to conform to the T’s & C’s. it could be necessary to go beyond the immediate area to staff the project. The vendor quotes received did not take into account the requirements of the T’s & C’s.

Contractors are responsible for purchasing non-engineered bulks such as concrete and small bore Page 13 of 19 . but is not necessarily limited to.8 Typical Owner’s Costs Owner’s costs are excluded from the estimate. There may be several purchase orders to purchase the necessary engineered equipment and engineered bulks for the project. the following: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Owner’s Costs (see below) Premiums beyond 5-10’s required to attract craft labor Premiums associated with an EPC contracting approach Allowance for Funds Used During Construction All taxes with the exception of payroll taxes Cavern Development Costs 7. The estimate is based on no markups by the EPCM contractor on any of the purchase orders or construction contracts. typically an A/E firm to produce the design. assist in the procurement of goods and services and provide construction management services during construction. The EPCM contractor generally acts as an agent for the owner when purchasing said goods and services. This approach basically has one main contractor. meaning contracts and purchase orders are written on the owner’s letterhead. Installation is achieved through the use of multiple subcontractors. but are not limited to.7 Other Exclusions A list of items excluded from the estimate includes. the following: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Permits & Licensing Land Acquisition / Rights of Way Costs Project Development Costs Legal Fees Owner’s Engineering / Project & Construction Management Staff Plant Operators during startup Electricity consumed during startup Fuel and Reagent consumed during startup Initial Fuel & Reagent Inventory Transmission Interconnections & Upgrades Operating Spare Parts Furnishings for new Office. Procurement & Construction Management Approach The estimates are based on an Engineer – Procure – Construction Manage (EPCM) multiple contract approach.0 Engineering. Typical Owner’s costs include. Warehouse and Laboratory Financing Costs 8.7. These items would be handed to the installation contractors to install.

5kV Distribution Line Electrical and I&C Start-Up Subcontracts Page 14 of 19 .2 Contracting Approach As discussed above. aux power. Similar to the procurement packages.1 Procurement Approach As discussed above. schedule guarantees or guarantees associated with consumables during plant operation (fuel. As discussed in Section 7. Contractors will generally apply a markup on the value of non-engineered bulks for overhead and profit. etc). the EPCM contract does not include plant performance guarantees. 8. the flexible nature of the EPCM contracting approach allows for this list to vary significantly. Additionally. Furnish. Deliver & Erect Contracts Cooling Tower Field Fabricated Tanks Initial Sitework Final Sitework Offsite Pipeline Foundations & Underground Utilities Generation Building Erection Admin / Maintenance Building Erection Pre-Engineered Buildings Raw Water Pumphouse Mechanical Erection Piping Fire Protection Insulation Plant Switchyard Interconnect Switchyard 115kV Transmission Line 34. Furnish & Deliver Purchase Orders Air Turbine Generator Combustion Turbine Generator Emergency Generator Large Circuit Breakers Isophase Bus Duct Non-Segregated Phase Bus Duct Raw Water Pumphouse MCC Step-Up Transformers Aux Transformers Miscellaneous Transformers Distributed Control System Continuous Emissions Monitoring Ammonia Handling System Water Treatment System Oil / Water Separator Packaged Sanitary System Fuel Gas Compressor Fuel Gas Conditioning Fuel Gas Chromatograph Bridge Crane Circulating Water Pumps Sump Pumps Fire Water Pumps Misc Horizontal Pumps Misc Vertical Pumps Recuperator Process Air Compressors Air Receiver & Dryer Air Stack Circulating Water Piping Power Distribution Centers 8. Below is a sample listing of Furnish-only Purchase Orders. The estimate is based on warranties being provided by the equipment manufacturers.2. this list can vary significantly. the execution of the EPCM contracting approach will involve multiple purchase orders. the execution of the EPCM contracting approach will involve multiple construction contract packages. pricing guarantees. Below is a sample listing of Furnish. Because of the flexible nature of the EPCM contracting approach. Deliver & Erect Contracts.piping.

Plant Capital Costs Cycle 1 $ 146.371 $ 301.General Contingency .229 $ 287. The comparison estimates have an accuracy of +/-30%.133 $ 364.000 Cycle 1A $ 152.833 $ 337.660 4.191 $ 380.0 Comparison Estimates The CAES technology is somewhat unique.9.298 12.736 Cycle 2 $ 141.972 123. This information was incorporated into the estimates.078 20.004 $/kW $1.988 279.595 $ 264.354 28.688 276. CM & Startup Services Escalation Subtotal Contingency . The model has the capability to incorporate vendor information for major equipment.Specific Total . two high-level estimates were developed.515 34.296 112.810 10.312 2. WorleyParsons has a significant amount of recent vendor information for the equipment required for the comparison estimates.743 24. The model uses high-level project parameters to generate conceptual-level cost estimates.992 2.415 35.965 24. The overall scope of the comparison estimates is similar to that of the CAES estimates and includes: Page 15 of 19 .863 137. one for natural gas-fired simple cycle and one for natural gas-fired combined cycle.378 3.613 7.612 $/kW $1.771 $ 283.0 Estimate Results Below are the results of the capital cost estimates for the three CAES cycles. The configurations and associated output are below: Comparison Estimate Configurations Output Configuration (MW) Simple Cycle 4 x 0 LM6000PG 210 Combined Cycle 3 x 1 LM6000PG 209 The estimates were developed using WorleyParsons in-house parametric estimating model.502 $ x 1. As a means of comparing the CAES plants to the costs of more mainstream technology.796 3.064 8.082 258.851 4.876 25.018 13.654 $ 321.018 12.561 $333. Plant Capital Costs Item Procurement Packages Construction Packages Subtotal MTO & Design Allowances Contractor Markup on Material Subtotal – Construction Engineering.799 $/kW $2.

164 19.• • • • • • All scope inside the plant boundary limits Offsite water intake structure and pipeline to plant Plant switchyard 115kV transmission line to interconnect point Interconnect switchyard 34.545 215.5kV distribution line to raw water intake.061 $249.110 Item Procurement Packages Construction Packages Subtotal Combined Cycle $ 136.028 $/kW $1.General Contingency .589 37.768 59.365 15.045 174.Specific Total . Results of the comparison estimates are below: Comparison Estimates Simple Cycle $ 115.373 MTO & Design Allowances Contractor Markup on Material Subtotal – Construction Engineering.237 $ 202.733 12. CM & Startup Services Escalation Subtotal Contingency .164 incl above Incl above $ 215.200 $/kW $1.812 15.619 78.438 0 $ 287.812 incl above Incl above $ 174.417 0 $ 233.Plant Capital Costs Page 16 of 19 .782 30.

87 26.83 42.05 51.78 16.26 55.57 27.45 20.52 48.56 20.48 37.97 50.41 55.52 21.05 27.81 30.05 10.55 41.97 19.46 42. 2012 $/hr Fringes $ 14.96 34.40 42.Appendix A Journeyman Wage Rates and Fringe Benefits Valid to May.84 23.65 10.Heavy Operating Engineer – Light Operating Engineer – Medium Operating Engineer – Oiler Millwright Piledriver Plasterer Plumber Painter Roofers Sheetmetal Worker Sprinkler Fitter Ironworker Pipefitter Tile Layer Teamster Weighted Average Base Rate $ 28.53 16.44 50.75 32.61 31.81 30.04 32.76 28.45 20.99 25.40 43.04 48.83 51.74 31.66 32.96 51.99 30.76 20.45 20.64 Total $ 43.87 27.53 17.23 19.02 15.45 35.35 43.49 Page 17 of 19 .81 26.52 10.53 15.48 40.60 22.47 20.24 20.21 56.87 29.02 20.45 15.20 53.40 47.72 12.76 22.72 14.34 29.99 31.70 18.49 33.01 26.56 15.85 Craft Asbestos Workers / Insulators Boilermakers Bricklayer Carpenters Cement Masons Laborers Electricians Operating Engineer .

84 12.76 2.88 2.08 4.81 2.25 1.00 8.51 5.55 20. Oil & Maint Subtotal Overhead & Profit Total 48.72 1.14 113.99 Base Rate Fringe Benefits Page 18 of 19 .64 18.24 1.49 3.44 $ 133.27 0.82 57.55 11.00 1.85 Subtotal Worker’s Compensation Insurance Contractor’s General Liability Insurance FICA FUI SUI Subtotal Supervision Indirect Craft Scaffold Erection Temporary Facilities Field Office Small Tools / Expendables Material Handling Safety / Incentives Mob / Demob Subsistence / Travel Premium Time / General Foreman Construction Equipment incl Fuel.Appendix B Composite Labor Rate Breakdown $/hr (Average) $ 29.93 0.25 2.58 2.

28 2013 -4.6 2016 -16.60 -1.33 -10.84 5.44 7.26 2.93 1.47 5.85 0.72 2.06 20.85 -3.53 10.59 3.25 1.04 -7.20 1.11 2014 22.01 -1.02 5.27 2012 -2.78 Page 19 of 19 .26 -2.27 4.60 0.68 -1.17 -0.96 2.19 -0.24 5.44 2.67 7.39 -1.95 0.59 -6.73 -0.73 -0.69 10.82 13.13 2015 -2.60 -0.00 9.48 0.Appendix C Escalation Percentages – CERA Global Redesign Component Fabricated Steel Power Transformers Gas Turbines Compressors Expanders Stack (Steel) Heat Exchangers Cooling Towers Carbon Steel Pipe Electrical Bulks Pumps Labor & Construction Wages 2011 9.31 0.73 14.89 8.71 0.00 -3.48 3.04 1.20 2.38 -0.1 0.24 5.76 -4.97 4.56 1.92 5.36 -0.24 -4.24 2.87 -1.36 -7.97 1.69 6.03 1.45 5.29 -0.50 -3.88 2.

Cost Estimating 1 .Seneca CAES Project .

Cost Estimate Total Project Estimate Overview CAES Total Project Estimated Costs Plant Capital Costs (WorleyParsons) Cavern Capital Costs (NYSEG) Owners Costs (NYSEG) 2 .

transmission line and interconnect substation – Raw water pump house and pipeline to plant 3 .20% ( see separate slide for explanation ) – Cycle 2: Detailed. Bottom-Up. +/-10% – Cycle 1A: Factored from Cycle 1. +/.10% • Estimate Scope includes: – All scope within the plant boundary – Switchyard. Bottom-Up. +/.Plant Capital Cost Estimate Overview • Plant Capital Cost Estimates were developed for the following cases: – Cycle y 1 (170MW ( / 135MW Compression/Generation) p ) – Cycle 1A (170MW / 210MW) – Cycle 2 (170MW / 210MW) • Estimate Approach & Accuracy: – Cycle 1: Detailed.

P&ID’s Equipment Lists.Plant Capital Cost Estimate Scope Development Cycle 1 & Cycle 2 •Scope of project defined through the engineering process: – Layouts. •Material Material Take Take-Offs Offs developed for bulk materials including: (but b t not t limited li it d t to) – – – – – – – – – – – Excavation Concrete Reinforcing g Steel Structural Steel Siding Roofing Pipe p Valves Cable Conduit Cable Tray y 4 . etc. Single Line Diagrams.

Plant Capital Cost Estimate Components Major j Equipment Minor Equipment Bulk Materials CAES Equipment Construction Labor Overnight Capital Cost E ti t Estimate Professional Services Construction Indirects Material Take-Off and Design Allowances Contingency 5 .

Balance-of-Plant equipment such as sump pumps and small transformers. Pricing developed based on WorleyParsons in-house cost data. 6 .Plant Capital Cost Estimate Equipment Pricing CAES Equipment Vendor pricing received for the following CAES Equipment: Air Compressors Combustion Turbine Air Expanders Recuperator Major Equipment Vendor pricing received for the following Major equipment: Bridge Crane Field Erected Tanks Vertical Pumps GSU Transformer CEMS Cooling Tower Circ Water Pumps Fire Protection Skid Emergency Generator Fuel Gas Compressor Minor Equipment Includes minor.

7 .Plant Capital Cost Estimate Bulk Material Pricing Bulk Materials Vendor pricing received for the following bulk materials: Aggregate Reinforcing Steel Roofing ARC Valves FRP Piping Control Valves Ready-Mix Concrete Siding (Insulated & Uninsulated) Noise Enclosures U/G Valves Ductile Iron Piping The balance of bulk material pricing is based on WorleyParsons – in in-house house cost data data.

t Labor Productivity based on published information for the Watkins Glen. 8 Installation Hours Labor Productivity Work Week Travel . Estimate based on working 5 days per week. An allowance for casual overtime is included. weight. NY WorleyParsons standard crew configurations used used. NY area. size and fabrication completeness upon delivery. Hours to install permanent plant equipment developed based on equipment type. Crews consist of a blend of crafts required for a specific task as well as the construction supervision and construction indirects needed to perform the task.Plant Capital Cost Estimate Construction Labor Wage Rate Crew Rates Davis Bacon rates for Schuyler County. The estimate is based on 50% of the craft receiving $80/day per diem allowance. Hours to install bulk materials b based d on W WorleyParsons l P i in-house h i installation t ll ti d data. 10 hours per day.

Plant Capital Cost Estimate Construction Indirects Construction Indirects include the following: – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Payroll Taxes & Insurance Contractor’s General Liability Insurance Construction Supervision Indirect Craft Labor Scaffold Erection Temporary Facilities Field Office Small Tools & Consumables Material Handling Safety / Incentives Mobilization / Demobilization Construction Equipment Fuel Oil & Maintenance Contractor’s Contractor s Overhead & Profit 9 .

Plant Capital Cost Estimate Procurement Packages The estimates are based on the following Procurement Packages: Air Turbine Generator Combustion Turbine Emergency Generator Large Circuit Breakers Iso phase Bus Duct Iso-phase Non-Seg Bus Duct Raw Water Pumphouse MCC Step-Up Transformer Aux Transformers Miscellaneous Transformers DCS CEMS Ammonia Unloading & Forwarding Water Treatment Oil / Water Separator Packaged Sanitary System Fuel Gas Compressor Fuel Gas Conditioning Fuel Gas Chromatograph Bridge Crane Circ Water Pumps Circ. Water Pipe Power Distribution Centers 10 . Recuperator Process Air Compressor Air Receiver & Dryer Air Stack Circ.Horizontal Pumps Misc Vertical Pumps Misc. Sump Pumps Fire Water Pumps Misc .

Plant Capital Cost Estimate Construction Packages The estimates are separated into the following Construction Packages: Cooling Tower Field Fabricated Tanks Initial Sitework Final Sitework Offsite Pipeline Foundations & U/G Utilities Generation Building Erection Admin/Maint.5kV Distribution Line Electrical and I&C Start-up Subcontracts 11 . & Mech Eq. Pre-Engineered Buildings Raw Water Pumphouse Mechanical Erection Piping Fire Protection Insulation Plant Switchyard Interconnect Switchyard 115kV Transmission Line 34. Bldg.

Rather. For instance. WorleyParsons had insufficient time to develop a detailed design and associated estimate for this case. – Revised Dresser-Rand Pricing was used directly 12 . Mechanical Erection was broken into equipment type. The Foundations and U/G Utilities contract was broken down by foundation. For instance.Plant Capital Cost Estimate Cycle 1A Approach Cycle 1A Estimate approach is different from that of Cycle 1 and Cycle 2. the GSU transformer foundation was multiplied by a factor based on plant output. D Dresser-Rand R d provided id d pricing i i f for Ai Air E Expanders d capable bl of f generating 210MW (Cycle 1 is 135MW). WorleyParsons developed a ‘factored” estimate as follows. – Starting point is Cycle 1 – Each Procurement Package and Construction Package was broken down into logical buckets. labeled Cycle 1A. – Factors were applied where appropriate. Late L t in i th the process.

Plant Capital Cost Estimate MTO & Design Allowances Material Take-Off and Design Allowances – Considered a “known unknown”. 13 . which differentiates this allowance from contingency – Intended to compensate for the degree of engineering that is incomplete at the time of estimate preparation. – Calculated by applying percentages to the estimated costs for major bulk commodities – Percentages based on a number of factors including: • Historic percentage changes • Degree of certainty in design features • Overall confidence in developing quantities for respective systems.

Plant Capital Cost Estimate Professional Services Professional Services includes: – Engineering – Design D i – Procurement Services – Project Management – Site Construction Management – Plant Startup Services 14 .

compounded annually. Escalated values determined by multiplying overnight costs against annual escalation percentages for the required duration as determined above. m 15 • • • • . Escalation a averaged eraged slightl slightly o over er 2% per ann annum.Plant Capital Cost Estimate Escalation • • Escalation is intended to capture predicted changes in costs between Estimate Development and Project Execution Escalation development involves two major steps: – Development of Annual Escalation percentages – Application of Annual Escalation percentages Forecasted percentages provided by CERA Project j schedule used to determine the length g of time between overnight cost estimate data date and mid-point of scheduled expenditure.

4% 16 .0 – 6.0 – 18.0% Overall average contingency percentage ranges from 9.5 – 10.0 – 24.0% 10.0% 20.0% 10.: : – Permanent Plant Equipment – Bulk Material Purchase – Installation Labor – Professional Services • 3.Plant Capital Cost Estimate General Contingency • • • Addresses unforeseen elements of cost within the defined scope Calculated by applying a range of factors to individual systems or components Major Categories and the respective range of percentages for contingency are as follows follows.

Specific Contingencies included for the following: – Commercial Terms & Conditions on CAES Equipment – Licensing Fee ( Cycle 2 only ) 17 .Plant Capital Cost Estimate Specific Contingency • • Addresses foreseen elements of cost that have undefined value.

0 0.7 3.00 50.00 15.0 188.08 0.0 0.1 2.8 0.0 166.8 Steel Total (tons) 0.12 10.1 4.02 13.1 19.00 720.9 2 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 5 5 Column Foundation Air Inlet Filter Fdn (Assumed) Column Piers Concrete Concrete 8 8 8.7 Recuperator Fdn (72'X35'X4.2 1170.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.4 Total (yd ) 107.4 320.00 2.0 17.1 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 9 9 Fire Water Pump House Fdn (21'X7'X1.5' deep) 107.0 3.5 147.5' thick) Steel Steel Steel Concrete 1 72.9 64.00 16.4 1.6 12953.3 20.1 Optional Steel Total (tons) 794.00 9.50 2.0 19.7 10854.8 412.50 187.00 30.7 2860.5' wide X 4' deep) Mat Foundation (1.25 Total (yd ) 154.1 1.00 2.7 420.3 472.00 2.1 566.00 40.0 CAES Quantities-R4.00 No.4 1215.5' thick) Mat Foundation (4.50 1.3 1360.0 4.4 112.00 18.25 5.3 20.00 0.0 0.50 3 10.375.1 Total (yd 3 ) 42.41 29.50 2.50 1.5' thick) Concrete Concrete Concrete 8 4 1 8.4 152.00 1.0 400.3 Steel Total (tons) 0.35 0. 3.0 3.0 32.00 150.4 16.25' thick) Fire Wall (25' high X 1.8 3.00 24.50 72. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Structural Steel Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) 794. 33.00 Waterstop (FT) 0 38.00 90.26 Total (yd 3 ) 2.9 47.0 94.9 2549.75 52.90 0.50 3.3 92.00 0 255. 6.7 2240.1 4523.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 4.83 0.3 39.0 Grating (SF) 4332.50 29.5 372.0 21.0 0.6 640.98 0.3 1576.41 50.7 41.0 70.10 0 0.4 294.75 0.2 513.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.00 Design Steel-Medium (Tons) 400.00 2.00 192.0 7.00 38.00 90.0 27.00 25.00 7.0 30.0 0 Grating (SF) 188 Handrail (FT) 40 Waterstop (FT) 1450 13 13 Cooling Tower Chem Feed Bldg Fdn (32.0 7.0 393.6 200.0 858.00 18.7 165.1 1540.0 1.1 15936.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.5' wide X 4' deep) Mat Foundation (1.4 1734.0 1.0 50.00 10.00 7.0 0.8 266.0 312.5 372.7 118.67 1.00 28 28 4 8 2 3 36 48 21.7 323.0 38.00 12.9 39.50 5.00 32.50 4.0 2176.00 86.5' thick) Concrete Concrerte 1 1 84.7 13.7 Total (yd 3 ) Base Plate Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolts 4.0 42.00 25.00 0.7 727.00 8.00 2.7 15.2 57.485.0 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 11 11 Demin Water Tank (18'-0" Dia) Perimeter Beam (2' wide X 4' deep) Concrete 1 57.6 27.80 0.48 Total (yd 3 ) Beams & Column Purlins Girts Base Plate & Anchor Bolts 8 8 Mechanical Equip Bldg (90'X90'X25' high) Exterior Columns Interior Columns Interior Mat (1.00 4332.0 42.7 18.5' Thick) Perimeter Beam (1.5'X244'X4.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.25 25.5' thick) Pedestal (15'X12'X3' high) Pit Wall (4' high X 1.00 4.2 29.84 20.00 4.29 9.0 0.0 0.5 7.9 16.00 18.90 6.50 1.00 394.00 28.00 510.0 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 2 24 21.67 7.2 518.00 2.7 776.00 150.50 2. 7 4.00 1.00 1300.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 50.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.003.9 448.9 47.50 3.7 534.00 24.9 Steel Total (tons) 0.4 1562.3 75.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 83.3 36.0 24.0 4. 38 33.30 Total (yd 3 ) 46.50 4.00 27.72 1.0 0.0 24 6 18 6 4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 30.0 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.00 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 85.81 Total (yd 3 ) 382.2.7 Steel Total (tons) 83.NYSEG .0 7.0 88.5'X32.0 0.83 30.0 1.50 33. 14 359.21 1.80 7.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 2.0 60.0' High & 25'X50'X18' Deep) Cooling Tower Basin Mat Cooling Tower Basin Wall Pump Chamber Mat Pump Chamber Wall Pump Chamber Roof Steel Steel Steel PVC PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 244.5 0.8 412.72 0.00 Waterstop (FT) 0 25.00 1.5' Thick) Perimeter Beam (1.1 39.0 2550.00 10.19 31.2 24.00 18.0 40.2 74.0 450.1 259.00 2.19 W H Quantity Main dimensions (ft) Crushed Stone (CY) Des.00 170.540.1 Total (yd 3 ) Guardrail Platform Grating Waterstop for Cooling Tower Basin Waterstop for Pump Chamber Cooling Tower Basin & Pump chamber (79.00 0.00 4.0 5122.00 170.00 2.00 115.00 2.00 35.0 14.25' thick) Steel Steel Steel Steel PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 51. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-101 Rev B Location Old GA Item No.0 18.0 0.8 311.00 17.0 507.1 16.50 2.0 58.75' high) 523.1 711.0 12900.0 260.00 79.00 150.2 23.00 0 40.0 0.00 12. 1.50 8.00 20. 6.25 31.50 892.2 513.8 131.1 486.7 50.0 10.10 1.0 240.25 1.0 27.4 Steel Total (tons) 26.4 7.08 2.0 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 40.0 60.2 17.00 1.60 6.0 0.2 57.00 21.6 1040.0 3.5 73.4 490.76 Total (yd 3 ) 7.00 8.00 1.00 3. 3.17 Total (yd ) Guardrail Platform Platform Grating Waterstop Mat Foundation (1.6 48.65 0.5' thick) Description Type of Material L Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 6 6 1 1 28 28 6 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 8.0 5472.1 0.4 963. 38 Turbine/Compressor Bldg (394'X120'X59.00 1.7 202.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.50 1300.00 1.00 12.13 0.xls Cycle 1 6/7/2012 .0 3.00 23.00 639.00 2.0 48. Ref.00 18.00 10.00 Steel Total (tons) 26.0 75.00 4.3 6.4 298.00 6.00 27.12 16.50 1.4 37.0 1.Vol Conc.50 12.5 0.79 29.3 8.05 7.50 1.0 12.0 472.00 30 24.00 1.0 Waterstop (FT) 510.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate (Cycle 1) NOTE: MUD MATS ARE NOT INCLUDED.0 464.0 3.4 137.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 12.0 400.0 42.50 3.00 29.3 11.14 19.00 3 4.3 66.0 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 10 10 Service/Fire Water Tank (62'-0" Dia) Perimeter Beam (2' wide X 4' deep) Concrete 1 195.5' Thick) Perimeter Beam (1.85 140.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.00 8.50 4.00 2.50 54.4 266. (CY) Des.0 1.00 1.00 120.50 2.00 3 8.2 29.9 17.69 6.00 12.7 420.1 1077.0 Handrail (FT) 255.7 1.28 3.0 2.00 2.0 1. 14 12.00 12.25 1.0 0.00 17 17 (3) Aux Transformer (50' X 37' X 5.9 51. Beams & Columns Purlins Girts Grating Handrail Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Exterior Columns Interior Columns Intercooler Fdns Aftercooler Fdns Expander & Generator Fdn Expander & Generator Fdn Compressor & Motor Fdns Compressor & Motor Fdns Compressor & Motor Fdns Interior Mat (1.9 73.0 507.00 Design Steel-Light (Tons) 133.6 1.7 202.5'X1.0 627.00 4.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 124.00 1.00 12 4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 48.0 0.3 1576.2 187.0 2156.50 2.2 200. New GA Item No. of Base Pl No.0 0.3 66.00 4.0 4032.8 131.54 Grating (SF) 720 Handrail (FT) 192 Waterstop (FT) 0 46.4 963.50 4.00 21.00 145.6 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.48 6.0 40.1 1.0 74.7 23.4 54.50 1.0 0.0 34.0 9. Excav.00 9 1.0 101. 2.00 2.00 20. of AB per Base Pl Anchor Bolt Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) 20.0 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 16 16 Cooling Tower PDC (30'X15'X1.00 38.4 320.0 858.5' X 4' deep) Mat Foundation (1.0 0.

2 220. Description Type of Material L W H Quantity Main dimensions (ft) Crushed Stone (CY) Des.9 66. 25 22.4 61.7 7834.00 1.0 0.0 0. New GA Item No.3 16.7 90.NYSEG .0 0.1 15.00 17.0 Grating (SF) 800.0 0.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 37 37 Storm Water Transfer Pump Fdn (20' X 20') Perimeter Beam (1.00 0.0 35.0 0.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.0 2.50 1.6 Total (yd ) 20.00 7.0 1.3 83.00 120.00 77.9 567.0 2.3 67.1 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.50 52.00 150.5' thick) Pedestal (9'X5'X3' high) Pit Wall (4' high X 1' thick) Steel Steel Steel Steel PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 55.50 1.00 255.00 0 60.7 13.1 6.00 204.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.21 26.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 136.50 1.4 2.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 249.2 120.25 1.8 6.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 112.3 1100.8 6.0 376.0 900.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 12.3 94.00 17.3 376.0 1280.50 6.8 256.0 Grating (SF) 0.0 119.0') 16') Mat Foundation (1.0 0.50 1.6 27.0 2.6 138.96 2.0 139.01 1.00 Waterstop (FT) 0.0 4.3 1100.7 1.00 106.0 0.22 1.5 1.0 8.0 1.12 Total (yd ) 3 37.00 213.00 52.50 12.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.4 265.8 Steel Total (tons) 26.0 0.1 6.0 0.1 5.50 22.0 21.09 6.5' thick) Concrete 1 15.00 4.xls Cycle 1 6/7/2012 .0 12.0 Grating (SF) 0.50 3. 23.0 1644.0 0.00 4.0 4.0 77.00 2. of Base Pl No.3 200.5' deep) Mat Foundation (1.0 493.00 1.00 20.3 16.00 115.95 6.00 10.00 28.18 0.6 24.00 20.5') Mat Foundation (1.0 0.00 2.00 7.00 0.0 0.00 1.2 35.0 99.0 12.0 1.0 25.3 45.87 0.0 Handrail (FT) 0.0 68.0 Handrail (FT) 0.0 Grating (SF) 255.86 0.9 Total (yd 3 ) Guardrail Platform Platform Grating Waterstop Mat Foundation (2' thick) Pedestal (30'X28'X3' high) Pit Wall (4' high X 1.4 20.1 119.50 1.25 2.0 16.2 0.1 43.3 0.3 31.00 Total (yd 3 ) 1.0 25.0 0.0 0.4 2.07 2.Vol Conc.7 604.00 15.7 90.9 55.4 Steel Total (tons) 154.6 24.00 20.00 1.8 12.50 5.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.00 30.00 213.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate (Cycle 1) NOTE: MUD MATS ARE NOT INCLUDED.7 31.0 Handrail (FT) 0.2 48.0 Grating (SF) 0.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 204.0 0.97 0.8 0.3 37.04 0.0 0.50 2.4 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.00 41.7 348.50 3.00 3 3 12.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.6 79.8 0.0 7.1 145.50 2.00 4.0 Handrail (FT) 144.5' thick) Concrete 1 55.0 119.2 42.0 61.04 CAES Quantities-R4.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.05 Total (yd 3 ) 73.0 0.0 1.00 2.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.0 0.00 1.46 10.5'X4.0 24 24 Potable Water Tank (14'-4" Dia) Perimeter Beam (2' wide X 4' deep) Concrete 1 45.8 Total (yd 3 ) 31.50 20.0 68.0 0.3 43.0 4.25' thick) Fire Wall (32' high X 1.8 79.00 1.0 Waterstop (FT) 150.36 0.0 0.00 44.0') 55') Mat Foundation (1.3 31. 23.0 720.0 1020.0 21 21 Oil Water Separator Fdn (15' X 7.0 154.0 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 34 34 Switchyard Control Bldg (55' X Perimeter Beam (1.00 144.3 0. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-101 Rev B Location Old GA Item No.5'X4.00 1.00 10.0 0.3 21.00 3.4 16.0 3.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.00 1.00 28.00 1. Excav.0 77.0 12.0') Mat Foundation (1.41 Total (yd ) Beams & Column Purlins Girts Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Guardrail 22.0 0.0 0.0 16.00 150.00 4.00 Steel Total (tons) 26.0 Handrail (FT) 0.00 1936.00 4. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Structural Steel Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) Design Steel-Medium (Tons) Design Steel-Light (Tons) No.0 1644.5 2.0 94.0 29 29 Guard House (10' X 7.00 4.0 100.4 61.00 Waterstop (FT) 0 44.2 35.0 0.0 Grating (SF) 0.00 19 19 20.0 35.5 1.00 1.2 80.0 Handrail (FT) 144.5') Mat Foundation (1' thick) 1 10.3 83.00 69.9 43.4 45.00 32.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.4 85.3 2.0 Handrail (FT) 150.0 16.00 20. 25 Admin/Maint/Storage Bldg (120' Grating X 115' X 25' high) Exterior Column Fdn Interior Column Fdn Mat Foundation (1.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 144.00 19.50 3 3 2.4 93.8 142.00 150.16 5.5' thick) Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 2 16 9 1 8.00 10.0 2004.18 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.00 150.0 Handrail (FT) 0.0 20.0 9.6 493.0 0.97 Total (yd 3 ) 20.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.0 28.0 0.0 Waterstop (FT) 150.9 0.5'X4.0 2004.0 0. (CY) Des.5'X2.0 Grating (SF) 0.13 12.42 49.1 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 800.4 119.50 1.00 28 28 Step-up Transformer (60' X 46' X 5.7 229.50 13.8 145.3 2.0 6.0 0.4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.00 150.5 30.0 7.50 17.00 1.0 Handrail (FT) 60.0 Grating (SF) 1936.00 150.2 37.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.1 3.0 35 35 Gas Compressor Fdn (72.0 0.0 0.25' thick) Steel Steel Steel Steel PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 60.83 Total (yd ) 262.0 1.0 6466.0') Mat Foundation (1.39 5.0 0.50 3.5') Mat Foundation (1.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.1 3.00 1.00 8.1 9.0 0.07 1.0 0.78 Total (yd ) Guardrail Platform Platform Grating Ammonia Storage Tank (55' X Waterstop 20' X 5.3 13.2 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 1.0 Waterstop (FT) 213.0 0.0 36 36 Gas Metering Stn Fdn (55' X 20') Mat Foundation (1.00 4.0 0.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 74.0 0.5' X Perimeter Beam (1.4 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 3.8 157.5' deep) 31. of AB per Base Pl Anchor Bolt Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) 18 18 Ammonia Unloading Area (44' X 15') Perimeter Beam (1.3 314.79 0.8 314.1 0.31 0 0.0 0.44 Total (yd ) 3 16.1 412.00 0.2 24. Ref.8 83.0 Grating (SF) 0.00 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 60.9 567.8 0.4 16.4 61.6 858.3 766.1 124.60 13.5'X4.0 20 20 Electrical PDC (80' X 25') Perimeter Beam (1.7 944.50 2.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 1.3 0.4 2180.0 39.3 45.

Description Type of Material L W H 3 Structural Steel Quantity Main dimensions (ft) Crushed Stone (CY) 7. (CY) 32.0 Design Steel-Medium (Tons) 0. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-101 Rev B Location Old GA Item No.5 Des.0 Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) 0.0 Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) 0.Vol Conc.0 Design Steel-Light (Tons) 0.0 Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) 0. New GA Item No.1 Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) 0. of Base Pl No.4 Des.7 Design Formwork (SF) 604.0 No.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate (Cycle 1) NOTE: MUD MATS ARE NOT INCLUDED.NYSEG . of AB per Base Pl Anchor Bolt Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) 0.xls Cycle 1 6/7/2012 . Ref.2 Backfill Volume (CY) 24. Excav.0 Total (yd ) Steel Total (tons) Base PL + Anchorage (tons) Grating (SF) Handrail (FT) Waterstop (FT) CAES Quantities-R4. Volume (CY) 43.0 Design Rebar (Tons) 2.0 Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) 0.

3 46.5'X4.NYSEG .75 50.50 13.00 1.75 0.9 55.2 Grating (SF) 0.6 83.0 3.00 1.5' X 4.7 29.0 Grating (SF) 0.50 3.9 500.9 500.4 39.4 26.8 41.0') 22.7 53. (CY) Des.0 100.7 964.Vol Conc.9 79. Description Type of Material L W H Quantity Main dimensions (ft) Crushed Stone (CY) Des.00 1.0 18.0 4.0 Grating (SF) 0.00 4.0 3.01 4.0 Grating (SF) 0. New GA Item No.5 4.9 Steel Total (tons) 26.3 1080.00 4.0 0.6 79.5' X 2. of Base Pl No.3 24.75 4.0 500. Medium Steel .00 37.69 0.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 119.3 93.5') Mat Foundation (1.8 4.0 0.00 1. of AB per Base Pl Anchor Bolt Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) 39 39 Gas Fired Generator Fdn (40' X Perimeter Beam (1.0 15.5 69.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.3 13.0 6.0 15.0 18.0' Cubes 30" dia sonotubes Concrete Concrete 50 100 2.50 2.0 1.50 2.>20 lbs/ft but <80 lbs/ft.16 YY (5) Generator Breakers (15' X 10') Mat Foundation (2' thick) Concrete 5 15.0 1.50 4.7 964.60 3.3 46.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.61 Total (yd 3 ) 13.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.0 0.50 4.0 0.8 41.3 13.0 18.0 0.4 46.3 13.00 13.8 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.0 1.50 3.0 40 40 (2) Variable Frequency Drive Fdn (20' X 16') Perimeter Beam (1.25 2. Bus Duct Supports etc Steel Steel 1 3.7 0.00 XX XX 2.0 Handrail (FT) 0.5'X4.0 3.0 7.75 1.0 0.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.xls Cycle 1 6/7/2012 .0 4. Ref.0 Steel Total (tons) 19.4 40.7 66.0 Crushed Stone (CY) Design Concrete Volume (CY) Design Excavation Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (ton) Design Heavy Steel (ton) Design Medium Steel (ton) Design Light Steel (ton) Design Base PL (ton) Design Anchor Bolts (ton) Grating (SF) Handrail (ft) Waterstop (ft) FOUNDATION GRAND TOTALS 1 2172 10437 10147 3776 67158 678 STEEL TOTALS (tons) 1031 538 561 BASE PL + ANCHORAGE (tons) 19 12 GRATING TOTALS (SF) 8231 HANDRAIL TOTALS (FT) 841 WATERSTOP TOTALS (FT) 2473 Heavy Steel .61 Total (yd 3 ) 16.91 1.0 0.0 6. Light Steel <20 lbs/ft CAES Quantities-R4.20 0.0 Handrail (FT) 0.3 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0') Mat Foundation (1.0 19.4 39.00 5.0 0.25 4.2 121.0 93.3 1080.0 0. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Structural Steel Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) Design Steel-Medium (Tons) Design Steel-Light (Tons) No.7 2000. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-101 Rev B Location Old GA Item No.9 55.2 0.3 75.50 19.00 10.5 Total (yd 3 ) Misc Support steel Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Misc Pipe Supports.0 0.88 Total (yd 3 ) Misc Support steel Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Steel Steel 5 5 15.72 2.0 0.1 69.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate (Cycle 1) NOTE: MUD MATS ARE NOT INCLUDED.7 2000.0 0.6 83.0 4.0 Handrail (FT) 0.0 4.>80 lbs/ft.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 2.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 2 2 66.8 9. Excav.0 Handrail (FT) 0.00 17.

4 1562.0' thick) Mat Foundation (5' thick) Steel Steel Steel Comcrete 1 96.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 1.7 2240.00 25.0 21.00 36.5 372. (CY) Des.0 0.41 50.0 1.16 Total (yd ) Base Plates & Anchor Bolts Base Plates & Anchor Bolts Column Foundation Air Inlet Filter Fdn (Assumed) Column Piers Concrete Concrete 8 8 8.00 30.0 0.50 2.NYSEG .8 166.60 6.50 24.84 8.00 12.00 25.00 Design Steel-Light (Tons) 239. 3.0 12900.00 639.0 1.14 19.4 7.0 30.4 147.2 74.25' thick) Fire Wall (25' high X 1.1 4.0 7.0 111.00 20.5' thick) Description Type of Material L Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 28 28 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 8.50 3 Structural Steel Quantity Main dimensions (ft) W H Crushed Stone (CY) Des.0 Handrail (FT) 255.5 147.0 CAES Quantities-R4.0 32.8 817.0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 10 10 Service/Fire Water Tank (62'0" Dia) Perimeter Beam (2' wide X 4' deep) Concrete 1 195.50 4.0 3.08 0.7 165. of Base Pl No.5'X244'X4.75 52.4 1.0 0.5' thick) Pedestal (15'X12'X3' high) Pit Wall (4' high X 1.7 13.00 1.0 7.0 227.6 1040.90 0.7 23.3 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 9 9 Fire Water Pump House Fdn Perimeter Beam (1.0 4026.0 74.0 3.50 3.Vol Conc.00 150.7 323.0 0.00 18.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 12.7 534.0 0.00 2.80 0.0 Total (yd 3 ) 382.0 5122.50 2. 38.50 3.1 39.3 1576.98 0.3 6.9 47.00 12.84 56.19 31.00 30.00 7.0 17.00 90.0 70.9 47.00 415.0 0.0 60.5' Thick) Mat Foundation (1.50 72.4 37.7 133.2 66.0 0.5' thick) Interior Mat (1.00 0.3 1.7 25.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 21.4 320.9 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.00 17.67 24.6 Steel Total (tons) 1432.3 1.2 17.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 0.76 Total (yd 3 ) 7.5 0.00 1.26 Total (yd ) 2.7 18.1 566.00 1300.0 0.00 1275.00 25.5' wide X 4' deep) Mat Foundation (1.25 1.53 0.0 42.0 53.5 43.0 0.2 58.50 2.54 Grating (SF) 960 Handrail (FT) 256 Waterstop (FT) 0 81. 33.00 3.50 1300.0 5472.1 1.50 2.81 2.00 15.4 1360.00 Total (yd ) Guardrail Platform Grating Waterstop for Cooling Tower Basin Waterstop for Pump Chamber Cooling Tower Basin & Pump chamber (79.3 66.50 2.0 166.5' Thick) Perimeter Beam (1.0 2. 7 Recuperator Fdn (41.4 54.0 0.3 1576.8 958.33 14.00 0 40.00 24.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 518.8 412.0 94.0 0.1 711.7 1420.0 88.00 1.0 8 8 4 4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 2 2 36 36 30.0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 40.50 1.6 6532.2 727.00 No.00 6.4 4.4 137.3 36.00 20. 6.5' thick) Concrete Concrete Concrete 8 4 1 8.6 27.50 1.1 1540.50 2.00 167.68 16.00 40.485.9 0.0 19.1 2859.50 29.0 450.00 79.33 8.00 1.0 400.0 858.00 50.0 Waterstop (FT) 510.0 0.0 0.0 555.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate(Cycle 2) NOTE: MUD MATS ARE NOT INCLUDED.50 1.00 5.4 1559.00 4.0 288.3 3.00 21.7 15.00 150.00 24.0 1.12 10.08 2.xls 1 .4 320.2 513.6 6.13 0.00 12.10 0.0 42.75 0.00 13.7 118.4 16.00 28.00 170.5 7. Ref.00 12.4 530.50 8.79 29.00 4332.00 960.0 10.7 311.00 2.0 0.8 131.00 27.51 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 9.0 0. 1. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) 1432.0 0.1 13.00 55.375.0 0.35 0.00 30 24.8 0.1 1.0 2550.00 90.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.50 3.00 29.4 Total (yd 3 ) 107.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.1 4. 7 4.00 80.0 0.38 135.50 1.29 9.7 50.81 7.9 1.0 12.25'X25'X5.003.00 36.00 23.00 8.83 30.0 14.2 424.540.0 188.0 3. 6.00 7.00 12.00 0.0 101.00 4.00 150.00 6.5 573.0 18.00 256.8 158.90 6.9 51.0 57.0 42.25' thick) Steel Steel Steel Steel PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 51.0 716.00 18.2.6 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 11 11 Not Used Perimeter Beam (2' wide X 4' deep) Concrete 0 57.0 34.0 0.00 12 4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 3.7 18.4 1734.00 10.00 2.00 6.00 4.72 0.17 Total (yd 3 ) Guardrail Platform Platform Grating Waterstop Mat Foundation (1.00 4.8 266.0' High Cooling Tower Basin Mat & 25'X50'X18' Deep) Cooling Tower Basin Wall Pump Chamber Mat Pump Chamber Wall Pump Chamber Roof Steel Steel Steel PVC PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 244.69 6.85 3.00 3 81.00 17 17 (3) Aux Transformer (50' X 37' X 5.00 Waterstop (FT) 0 38.0 37.0 4032.2 29.00 212.00 1.1 19.1 48.00 15.0 0. Excav.0 Grating (SF) 188 Handrail (FT) 40 Waterstop (FT) 1450 13 13 Cooling Tower Chem Feed Bldg Fdn (32.00 48 32 32 33.50 4.00 2.84 4 8 1 2.2 0.00 21.00 3.0 464.00 Waterstop (FT) 0 25.6 200.50 12.6 48.0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 16 16 Cooling Tower PDC Fdn (30'X15'X1.3 8.51 6.00 31.5'X1.4 Steel Total (tons) 26.7 3.00 10.25 31.0 866.7 202.50 3 1.00 7.50 1.0 0.3 75.0 3.00 2.0 480.00 86.48 5 5 Total (yd ) Beams & Column Purlins Girts Base Plate & Anchor Bolts 8 8 Mechanical Equip Bldg (90'X90'X25' high) Exterior Columns Interior Columns Interior Mat (1.4 16.00 2.00 159.0 861.0 0.0 14.8 197.21 1.50 4.2 58.00 21.5 135.1 1.00 Total (yd ) Base Plate Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolts 4.4 53.7 2522.07 13.0 0.4 152.00 10.1 16179.0 260. 5.76 12.0 0.00 48.00 2.0 858.9 73.0 50.67 2.5 372.0 0.8 0.0 0.81 23.5' deep) 107.50 4.0 53.00 Design Steel-Medium (Tons) 716.50 1.3 66.00 0 255.00 2. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-201 Rev C Location Old GA New GA Item No Item No Beams & Columns Purlins Girts Grating Handrail Base Plates & Anchor Bolts Base Plates & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolts (CTG) Exterior Columns Interior Columns Intercooler Fdns 1.5' thick) Interior Mat (1.00 27.2 57.00 170.50 54.0 24. 38.25 1.50 3 3 10.00 2. of AB per Base Pl Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop (ft) 1 1 1 8 8 20.0 83.41 29.50 3 3.5 11.1 0.00 14.2 120.50 4.2 1077.00 18.50 1.53 1.00 1.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 618.8 131.5 259.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 50. 43 Turbine/Compressor Bldg (415'X110'X76' high + 415'X49'X31' high + 25'X80'X31' high) Aftercooler Fdns Expander & Generator Fdn Expander & Generator Fdn Compressor & Motor Fdns Compressor & Motor Fdns Compressor & Motor Fdns Lube Oil Skids CTG Foundation CTG Foundation CTG Foundation CTG Foundation Interior Mat (1.2 57.25 Total (yd ) 154.0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 1.8 11.2 200.00 2.8 412. 3. 39 42.00 46.6 7.5' Thick) Perimeter Beam (1.0 0.00 0.00 16.1 486.5' thick) Concrete Concrerte 1 1 84.00 2.7 10854.0 0.5' wide X 4' deep) (21'X7'X1.7 41.7 Steel Total (tons) 83.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 0.50 187.7 776.6 640.8 3.02 13.67 7.00 30.00 38.00 4.8 817.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 124.1 92.00 32.0 1.51 0.05 7.5 73.50 1.5 0.00 8.0 0.9 448.00 6.0 75. 5.7 202.00 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 85.1 0.00 2.00 25.55 0.00 4.0 2176.6 1. 33.08 8.22 185.86 6.0 7.0 60.00 8.1 15936.2 29.9 64.00 12.8 Steel Total (tons) 0.5' X 4' deep) Mat Foundation (1.0 3.00 1.0 0.00 28.0 0.2 513.53 1.414.88 30.0 0.4 266. 2.9 17.00 10.0 Steel Total (tons) 26.4 112.9 Total (yd ) 42.85 0.2 1.00 25.83 0. 14 12.5'X32.25 25.4 490.8 958.7 1420.00 25.00 7.00 2.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.65 0.00 2.0 58.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.3 11.00 1.0 38.4 298.00 1.0 24 6 18 6 4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 30.7 2860. 14 359.67 1.00 30.0 Grating (SF) 4332.50 5.00 1.2 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 3 0.00 38.00 510.

0 2.50 20.1 0.44 Total (yd 3 ) 16.0 61.0 0.0 1644.4 16.97 Total (yd 3 ) 20.1 119.00 2.50 3.0 Handrail (FT) 0.1 15.7 5150.00 10.9 0.3 37.50 3.0 0.0 119.0 Handrail (FT) 144.0 0.00 150.79 0.36 0.0') X 22.00 7.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.3 43.1 3.00 1.4 40.86 0.5 1.41 Total (yd ) Beams & Column Purlins Girts Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Guardrail 22.7 90.0 28.00 69.0 0.00 1.00 800.7 13.6 79.1 Steel Total (tons) 0.5') Mat Foundation (1.00 1.00 0.0 2.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 0.50 2.4 2.0 Handrail (FT) 60.0 24 24 Potable Water Tank (14'-4" Dia) Perimeter Beam (2' wide X 4' deep) Concrete 1 45.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 Handrail (FT) 144.0 0.0 1020.2 35.9 Steel Total (tons) 26.0 35 35 Not Used Perimeter Beam (1.3 45.0 Handrail (FT) 60.00 1936.00 150.8 91.0 40 39 Gas Fired Generator Fdn (40' Perimeter Beam (1.00 144.00 Waterstop (FT) 0.5'X4.0 Handrail (FT) 0.6 27.00 32.0 0. 25 22.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 136.7 604.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 204.0 1.00 150.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.31 0.0 8.8 79.5'X4. 23.0 4.00 213.00 150.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate(Cycle 2) Ref.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 9.00 1.07 1.4 26.0 0.0 154.00 Grating (SF) 0.0 Grating (SF) 1936.00 4.00 19 19 20.0 1.0 25.0 0.00 Total (yd 3 ) 0.0 0.00 3 4.04 0.3 31.0 0.00 20.01 1.00 28.00 1.3 314.1 124.00 4.0 0.5') Mat Foundation (1' thick) 1 10.0 Handrail (FT) 0.2 37.0 Handrail (FT) 0.4 85.0 0.0') X 16') Mat Foundation (1.00 8.0 68.00 4.50 19.00 1.0 944.4 20.0 720.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 112.0 7.00 1.0 77.0') Fdn (20' X 20') Mat Foundation (1.4 39.0 0.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.0 0.3 2.5'X2.6 24.1 9.00 20.0 0.72 2.5'X4.0 Handrail (FT) 150.0 Grating (SF) 0.13 12.2 0.00 Total (yd ) 1.0 0.3 2.0 Grating (SF) 0.00 1.00 62. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Structural Steel Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) Design Steel-Medium (Tons) Design Steel-Light (Tons) No.00 0.3 1100.0 Waterstop (FT) 150.4 493.00 3 1.0 1644.8 0.3 67.00 41.0 0.00 52.3 1100.0 Grating (SF) 0.00 3 12.00 15.4 61.3 31.4 93.0 5.0 39.50 22.00 28.07 2.5 24.50 52.7 31.0 0.9 567.2 Steel Total (tons) 0.60 150.0 0.0 119.3 94.0 0.0 Grating (SF) 255.0 139.7 229.4 2180.95 6.0 36 36 Gas Metering Stn Fdn (55' X 20') Mat Foundation (1.3 21.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 4.5' thick) Concrete 1 15.2 120.25' thick) Steel Steel Steel Steel PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 60.00 4.00 204.50 2.50 3 1.1 6.00 3.00 120.4 119.0 60.0 77.78 Total (yd ) Guardrail Platform Platform Grating Ammonia Storage Tank (55' X Waterstop 20' X 5.25' thick) Fire Wall (32' high X 1.50 3.3 45. 25 Admin/Maint/Storage Bldg (120' X 115' X 25' high) Grating Exterior Column Fdn Interior Column Fdn Mat Foundation (1.04 Total (yd ) 7.0 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 1.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 Grating (SF) 0.00 7.2 24.0 Waterstop (FT) 213.00 Waterstop (FT) 0.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.7 142.5' deep) Mat Foundation (1.0 35.00 115.0 0.1 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.7 348.0 Handrail (FT) 0.50 1.22 1.5'X4.50 2.NYSEG .0 0.0 0.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.6 24.42 49.6 858.0 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 74.50 3 2.8 262.00 0.0 900. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-201 Rev C Location Old GA New GA Item No Item No Description Type of Material L W H Quantity Main dimensions (ft) Crushed Stone (CY) Des.50 1.0 2.0 0. (CY) Des.0 3.0 1280.9 567.4 Steel Total (tons) 0.00 19.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.xls 2 .9 493.50 3 1.0 29 29 Guard House (10' X 7.5' deep) 31.0 1.25 2.0 0.00 1.0 0.2 80.0 Grating (SF) 0.83 Total (yd ) 265.4 61.0 0.1 347.5 1.0 21.00 1.0 0.0 0.0 3782.12 Total (yd ) 37.8 12.8 83.0 0.0 0.0 16.7 604.00 1.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 22.96 2.00 1.00 37.0 1.1 5.5') Mat Foundation (1.0') Mat Foundation (1.0 0.00 2.8 0.5 43.0 100.3 0.8 314.0 1.1 43.50 0.0 4.0 Grating (SF) 0. 23.9 43.0 0.00 1.00 150.3 376.4 61.00 20.0 0.0 0.4 2.50 1.0 0.5'X4.0 16.00 1.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.8 6.97 0.1 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.Vol Conc.50 12.3 766.0 Waterstop (FT) 150.0 0.50 3.8 6.0 2.0 0.0 20.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 12.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 0. of AB per Base Pl Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop (ft) 18 18 Ammonia Unloading Area (44' X 15') Perimeter Beam (1.00 255.0') Mat Foundation (1.0 34 34 Switchyard Control Bldg (55' Perimeter Beam (1.0 12.97 Total (yd 3 ) 31.87 Total (yd ) Guardrail Platform Platform Grating Waterstop Mat Foundation (2' thick) Pedestal (30'X28'X3' high) Pit Wall (4' high X 1. of Base Pl No.0 12.0 0.0 7.00 0.00 44.7 13.3 13.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.00 3 4.0 Grating (SF) 0.3 376.3 0.5 2.25 1.0 25.50 4.0 0.8 Steel Total (tons) 26.2 220.3 0.0 0.00 10.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 0 0 249.4 16.0 37 37 Storm Water Transfer Pump Perimeter Beam (1.0 12.18 0.5' thick) Concrete 1 55.4 32.2 48.0 0.18 0.0 0.09 6.00 1.5' thick) Pedestal (9'X5'X3' high) Pit Wall (4' high X 1' thick) Steel Steel Steel Steel PVC Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 55.3 16.00 28 28 Step-up Transformer (60' X 46' X 5.50 5.4 94.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 1 1 119.46 5.2 42.50 13.0 6.0 Grating (SF) 0.00 1.50 17.50 1.0 99.00 30.00 17.7 964.6 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 0.0 68.00 3 2.4 Steel Total (tons) 0.0 Handrail (FT) 0.8 0.7 90.00 10.16 5.0 0.5' thick) Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 2 16 9 1 8.00 4.0 20 20 Electrical PDC (80' X 25') Perimeter Beam (1.0 0.5') Mat Foundation (1.61 CAES Quantities-R4.3 16.4 45.4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 144.4 Steel Total (tons) 154. Excav.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.2 24.0 Handrail (FT) 0.00 213.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.00 20.0 21 21 Oil Water Separator Fdn (15' X 7.00 0.0 1.39 Total (yd ) 20.5 30.1 6.00 17.00 77.0 35.0 44.2 35.1 69.0 0.1 3.6 Grating (SF) 800.0 0.6 138.

0 0. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) Design Steel-Medium (Tons) Design Steel-Light (Tons) No.0 CAES Quantities-R4.7 964.0 4.4 39.0 Grating (SF) 0. (CY) Des.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 Waterstop (FT) 0. Excav.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate(Cycle 2) Ref. of AB per Base Pl Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop (ft) Total (yd ) 16.7 66.xls 3 .NYSEG .3 Steel Total (tons) 0.5 69.0 0. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-201 Rev C Location Old GA New GA Item No Item No Description Type of Material L W H 3 Structural Steel Quantity Main dimensions (ft) Crushed Stone (CY) Des.0 0.Vol Conc.0 Handrail (FT) 0. of Base Pl No.

50 2.0 18.47 6.5 Total (yd ) Beams & Columns Purlins Girts Grating 42 40 Air Stack (7.6 126.3 11.0 16.0 3.0 Handrail (FT) 0.5' X 2.0 0.7 36.2 0 Grating (SF) 0 Handrail (FT) 0 Waterstop (FT) 0 1.50 3. (CY) Des.4 90.0 Handrail (FT) 0.8 9.4 Grating (SF) 0.0 1 1.35 4.0 0.0 18.0 Grating (SF) 0.0 1720.xls 4 .25 3 4. Medium Steel .4 100.0 0.0 9.0 0.>20 lbs/ft but <80 lbs/ft.00 1.8 41.5' X 4.88 Total (yd ) Misc Support steel Base Plate & Anchor Bolts (13) Generator Breakers (15' X 10') Mat Foundation (2' thick) Steel Steel 13 13 15.9 47.00 36.2 0.0 Crushed Stone (CY) Design Concrete Volume (CY) Design Excavation Volume (CY) Backfill Design Volume (CY) Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (ton) Design Heavy Steel (ton) Design Medium Steel (ton) Design Light Steel (ton) Design Base PL (ton) Design Anchor Bolts (ton) Grating (SF) Handrail (ft) Waterstop (ft) FOUNDATION GRAND TOTALS 1 2540 12646 12082 4087 67211 822 STEEL TOTALS (tons) 1669 865 793 BASE PL + ANCHORAGE (tons) 26 17 GRATING TOTALS (SF) 8471 HANDRAIL TOTALS (FT) 905 WATERSTOP TOTALS (FT) 2473 Heavy Steel . GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-111-002-201 Rev C Location Old GA New GA Item No Item No Description Type of Material L W H Quantity Main dimensions (ft) Crushed Stone (CY) Des.CAES Project Material Quantities Estimate(Cycle 2) Ref.4 90.2 121.4 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.0 6.9 12.0 0.0 1.0 9.4 216.7 2000.0 100.79 0.0 500.0 0.00 5.90 4.0 0.0 18.0 0.50 30 188.5' diameter assumed) Handrail Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Mat Foundation (3' thick) Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7.3 11.0 4.8 0.0 4.00 1.0 0.0 0.3 93.0 15.0 Steel Total (tons) 0.8 41.0 Waterstop (FT) 0. Light Steel <20 lbs/ft CAES Quantities-R4.1 144.24 0.0 93.00 5.50 2.4 46.7 4.1 1300.00 37.06 3.0 Handrail (FT) 0.4 Grating (SF) 0.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 0.7 4.20 0.00 6.08 Total (yd 3 ) Misc Support steel Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Misc Pipe Supports.25 2.41 10 1.0 73.75 1.0 Waterstop (FT) 0. of AB per Base Pl Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop (ft) 41 41 (2) Variable Frequency Drive Fdn (40' X 16') Perimeter Beam (1.8 1.1 1300.>80 lbs/ft.50 3 5.50 7.39 Total (yd 3 ) 36.0 1720.4 Steel Total (tons) 0.4 Optional Steel Total (tons) 19.5' thick) Concrete Concrete 2 2 106.7 36.5'X4.3 75.1 144.4 216.8 12. of Base Pl No.0 3. Excav.00 4.50 13.0 0.0 18.00 4.00 2.40 XX XX 2.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 7.NYSEG .0 0.0 19.0 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 1.0 16.Vol Conc.50 0.1 53.42 YY Concrete 13 15.0 6. Bus Duct Supports etc Steel Steel 1 1.0') Mat Foundation (1. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Structural Steel Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) Design Steel-Medium (Tons) Design Steel-Light (Tons) No.9 126.00 10.9 Steel Total (tons) 26.01 4.0 4.75 50.0 73.7 2000.0 Waterstop (FT) 0.0' Cubes 30" dia sonotubes Concrete Concrete 50 100 2.00 1.0 15.

Gravel area add ex gravel area. laydown & construction parking Aggregate.12" thick Seed and Mulch Subgrade prep / shape. laydown & construction parking Cut / fill .balance on site Excavate / load / haul topsoil Place topsoil. 1ac Date: 9/21/11 Page 1 of 5 . assume 6" thick.medium Strip. laydown & construction parking Silt fence.20 40910 AC CY CY CY SY AC SY 2.CAES: Cycle-1 Civil Quantities. 60 weeks at 8 hr/wk 11105 CONSTRUCTION LAYDOWN 11105 Clear & Grub .5 AC 1000 LF total 5 ac assume 1 ac ex. laydown & construction parking Remove aggregate and stockpile. 6" ABC.medium.2 ac gravel areas decrease due to CT areas increase 6818 CY 40910 SY 20 2. haul. 6" ABC stone. 8 oz.NYSEG . assume 6" thick Cut / fill . install / remove. & Stockpile Topsoil.balance. laydown & construction parking Subgrade prep / shape.00 AC 807 CY 3227 CY 13890 CY 24200 SY 448 CY 0. laydown & construction parking Strip. yard areas Geotextile fabric. & Stockpile Topsoil.topsoil piles. yard areas Aggregate. perimeter Temporary erosion control maintenance. install / remove. furnish and install. 811 SITE DEVELOPEMNT 11100 SITE PREPARATION 811 11100 Clear & Grub . laydown & construction parking 17 13713 77924 10164 10648 2.topsoil piles Super Silt fence. yard areas E&S CONTROL Inlet protection Seed and Mulch . laydown & construction parking Seed and Mulch .00 2550 1 EA AC LF LS 4. and compact . haul. nonwoven.

stormwater detention pond 11601 STORMWATER DISCHARGE SYSTEM Excavate/stockpile drainage ditch. lined ditch Geotextile fabric. stormwater detention pond Rip-rap. drainage ditch Culvert. 2. furnish and install .asphalt roads Aggregate base course. nonwoven. 8 oz/sy nonwoven. stormwater detention pond Pipe.asphalt roads Aggregate subbase.66ac-ft 1 EA 100 LF 1450 LF finished ditch 2'wx2'depth. 6" thick. 8 oz. 2.asphalt roads Geotextile fabric. furnish & place. storm water detention pond Manhole riser. stormwater detention pond Geotextile fabric. 12" thick.5'w bot x3'd (2:1 slope).asphalt roads Surface wear course + binder.Geotextile fabric. 24"RCP 24' RCP FES 812 SITE IMPROVEMENTS 11301 ROADS AND PARKING LOTS Subgrade prep / shape roads . diversion ditch Rip-rap.asphalt roads 4291 5808 1 93 236 CY SY EA CY SY 2.5'w bot x3'd (2:1 slope). for rip-rap. 60 weeks at 8 hr/wk 24200 SY 1 LS 1 LS 11202 STOMWATER RUNOFF POND Excavation/fill berm. 4 oz/yd nonwoven. furnish and install . diversion ditch Haul / place drainage ditch. balance on site Finish grade. 12" ABC. 4' thick. road stabilization fabric . furnish & place. extra excavation for 12" lined ditch 1369 CY 854 CY 2562 SY 40 LF 2 11890 SY 11890 SY 11890 SY 11890 SY 11890 SY Date: 9/21/11 Page 2 of 5 . laydown & construction parking Demolish the existing Waste Transfer Building Temporary erosion control maintenance. 4' x 10'd. furnish and install . stormwater detention pond 24" RCP FES. 24" RCP.

storm sewer Pipe. CWS Backfill .storm sewer Catch Basin. 10' high Fence. chain link. maintenance access Gate 4' wide. CWS Backfill .11304 FENCING & ENTRY CONTROL Fence.storm sewer Pipe. double gate. 36" RCP . storm sewer Sand bedding . single swing gate.CWS Sand Bedding .storm sewer 24" RCP FES. storm sewer Backfill trench.stormsewer Catch Basin. 24" RCP . 4' dia x 10' deep . chain link.CWS RAW WATER (PBS 511) Spoils 600 3350 1 1 2 1 LF LF EA EA EA EA 1590 1404 2994 1156 14 6 1160 1720 690 1 1 CY CY CY CY EA EA LF LF LF EA EA 2301 2407 4708 1366 CY CY CY CY 1067 1778 2844 788 CY CY CY CY 926 CY Date: 9/21/11 Page 3 of 5 . 4' dia x 6' deep . 12' wide. storm sewer Trench. storm sewer TRENCHING FOR ME PIPES CWS (PBS 461) Spoils. 10' high with barbed wire Gate. 24' wide. emergency exit Gate.storm sewer Pipe. random fill. 24' wide. storm sewer 36" RCP FES.CWS Trench .15" RCP . double gate.CWS Sand Bedding . automatic Gate.CWS Trench . slider. personnel access 11600 STROMWATER DISCHARGE PIPES Haul spoils.CWS Process Air to Well head (PBS 411) Spoils.

road & yard areas Geotextile fabric.medium Strip. yard areas Install/remove Silt fence. haul. yard areas Aggregate.Backfill Trench Sand Bedding Jack and bore for 6" dia raw water pipe.CWS Trench .CWS Sand Bedding .CWS FUEL GAS (PBS 561) Spoils Backfill Trench Sand Bedding FIRE PROTECTION (PBS 572) Spoils Backfill Trench Sand Bedding Raw Water Intake at Seneca Lake Clear & Grub .13 105 390 65 390 AC CY SY CY SY 200 LF Date: 9/21/11 Page 4 of 5 . 6" ABC stone. 8 oz. assume 6" thick Subgrade prep / shape. & Stockpile Topsoil. disturbed area 3114 4040 878 200 CY CY CY LF 211 734 945 202 CY CY CY CY 87 160 247 87 CY CY CY CY 58 157 215 52 CY CY CY CY 567 1465 2032 498 CY CY CY CY 0. under highway WASTEWATER TREATMENT (PBS 526) Spoils Backfill Trench Sand Bedding COMPRESSED AIR (PBS 543) Spoils. CWS Backfill . nonwoven.

Protective Steel Piles, 40' long, 15' underground Install/remove silt curtain Jack and bore or horizontal directional drilling, 24" intake pipe 24" dia, Polyethylene intake pipe, with 6 pipe supports Intake wedge wire screen, StaticORB S26, special copper-bearing alloys for Zebra & Quagga mussel control. Install Intake screen, underwater Riprap protection, waterfront

3 400 240 316

EA LF LF LF see website http://www.screenservices.com/S taticOrb.htm 45Lx20Wx2D

1 EA

1 LS 67 CY

Notes: 1. The quantities for civil engineering listed above is a site specific estimate, topographic is based on USGS 10-ft contours. 2. The quantities listed is based on General Arrangement WorleyParsons drawing CAES-1-DW-111-002-101, Rev. B 3. Cut and fill quantities are based on 3 levels, i.e.. Plant-El 995, switch yard-El 985 and laydown-El 980, the bottom of the stormwater pond is at El 970. 4. The Fence length is based on the entire site as shown in General Arrangement listed above. 5. The frost depth is 54", therefore, all mechanical pipes are considered have 5.5 ft cover. 6. The lengths and sizes of mechanical pipes are provided by mechanical department. And they are revised per latest revisions on 9/21/11.

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NYSEG - CAES: Cycle-2 Civil Quantities, 811 SITE DEVELOPEMNT 11100 SITE PREPARATION 811 11100 Clear & Grub - medium Strip, haul, & Stockpile Topsoil, assume 6" thick Cut / fill - balance on site Excavate / load / haul topsoil Place topsoil, and compact - 12" thick Seed and Mulch Subgrade prep / shape, yard areas Aggregate, 6" ABC stone, yard areas Geotextile fabric, 8 oz, nonwoven, yard areas E&S CONTROL Inlet protection Seed and Mulch - topsoil piles Super Silt fence, install / remove, perimeter Temporary erosion control maintenance, 60 weeks at 8 hr/wk 11105 CONSTRUCTION LAYDOWN 11105 Clear & Grub - medium, laydown & construction parking Remove aggregate and stockpile, laydown & construction parking Strip, haul, & Stockpile Topsoil, assume 6" thick, laydown & construction parking Cut / fill - balance, laydown & construction parking Subgrade prep / shape, laydown & construction parking Aggregate, 6" ABC, furnish and install, laydown & construction parking Seed and Mulch - topsoil piles, laydown & construction parking 18 AC 14520 CY 82199 CY plant 44.65+ switch yard 6.3 acft 10164 13068 2.70 46000 7667 46000 CY SY AC SY CY SY 2.7 ac

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Silt fence, install / remove, laydown & construction parking Geotextile fabric, 8 oz, nonwoven, laydown & construction parking Demolish the existing Waste Transfer Building Temporary erosion control maintenance, 60 weeks at 8 hr/wk

1000 LF 24200 SY 1 LS 1 LS

11202 STOMWATER RUNOFF POND Excavation/fill berm, balance on site Finish grade, storm water detention pond Manhole riser, 4' x 10'd, stormwater detention pond Rip-rap, furnish & place, stormwater detention pond Geotextile fabric, 8 oz/sy nonwoven, for rip-rap, stormwater detention pond 24" RCP FES, stormwater detention pond Pipe, 24" RCP, stormwater detention pond 11601 STORMWATER DISCHARGE SYSTEM Excavate/stockpile drainage ditch, 2.5'w bot x3'd (2:1 slope), diversion ditch Haul / place drainage ditch, 2.5'w bot x3'd (2:1 slope), diversion ditch Rip-rap, furnish & place, 12" thick, lined ditch Geotextile fabric, 4 oz/yd nonwoven, drainage ditch Culvert, 24"RCP 24" RCP FES 812 SITE IMPROVEMENTS 11301 ROADS AND PARKING LOTS Subgrade prep / shape roads - asphalt roads Surface wear course + binder, 4' thick, furnish and install - asphalt roads Aggregate base course, 6" thick, furnish and install - asphalt roads Aggregate subbase, 12" ABC, furnish and install - asphalt roads

4291 5808 1 93 236

CY SY EA CY SY

2.66ac-ft

1 EA 100 LF

1450 LF finished ditch 2'wx2'depth, extra excavation for 12" lined ditch 1369 CY 854 CY 2562 SY 40 LF 2

12865 SY 12865 SY 12865 SY 12865 SY

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Geotextile fabric, road stabilization fabric - asphalt roads 11304 FENCING & ENTRY CONTROL Fence, chain link, 10' high Fence, chain link, 10' high with barbed wire Gate, 24' wide, slider, automatic Gate, 24' wide, double gate, emergency exit Gate, 12' wide, double gate, maintenance access Gate 4' wide, single swing gate, personnel access 11600 STROMWATER DISCHARGE PIPES Haul spoils, storm sewer Backfill trench, random fill, storm sewer Trench, storm sewer Sand bedding - stormsewer Catch Basin, 4' dia x 6' deep - storm sewer Catch Basin, 4' dia x 10' deep - storm sewer Pipe,15" RCP - storm sewer Pipe, 24" RCP - storm sewer Pipe, 36" RCP - storm sewer 24" RCP FES, storm sewer 36" RCP FES, storm sewer TRENCHING FOR ME PIPES CWS (PBS 461) Spoils, CWS Backfill - CWS Trench - CWS Sand Bedding - CWS Process Air to Well head (PBS 411) Spoils, CWS Backfill - CWS Trench - CWS Sand Bedding - CWS RAW WATER (PBS 511)

12865 SY

600 3513 1 1 2 1

LF LF EA EA EA EA

1688 1498 3185 1228 14 6 1160 1930 700 1 1

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2301 2407 4708 1366

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13 105 390 65 390 AC CY SY CY SY CAES-C2 4 of 5 9/22/2011 . yard areas Aggregate. under highway WASTEWATER TREATMENT (PBS 526) Spoils Backfill Trench Sand Bedding COMPRESSED AIR (PBS 543) Spoils. assume 6" thick Subgrade prep / shape. yard areas 923 3111 4035 876 200 CY CY CY CY LF 234 807 1041 223 CY CY CY CY 132 244 376 132 CY CY CY CY 48 131 179 43 CY CY CY CY 567 1465 2032 498 CY CY CY CY 0. & Stockpile Topsoil. 8 oz. 6" ABC stone. nonwoven. road & yard areas Geotextile fabric. haul. CWS Backfill .Spoils Backfill Trench Sand Bedding Jack and bore for 6" dia raw water pipe.CWS Trench .medium Strip.CWS Sand Bedding .CWS FUEL GAS (PBS 561) Spoils Backfill Trench Sand Bedding FIRE PROTECTION (PBS 572) Spoils Backfill Trench Sand Bedding Raw Water Intake at Seneca Lake Clear & Grub .

screenservices. 15' underground Install/remove silt curtain Jack and bore or horizontal directional drilling. the bottom of the stormwater pond is at El 970. Cut and fill quantities are based on 3 levels. i.htm 45Lx20Wx2D 1 EA 1 LS 67 CY Notes: 1. all mechanical pipes are considered have 5. 2.e. The quantities for civil engineering listed above is a site specific estimate. 5. therefore.. 6. The Fence length is based on the entire site as shown in General Arrangement listed above. special copper-bearing alloys for Zebra & Quagga mussel control. underwater Riprap protection. Polyethylene intake pipe. Install Intake screen. 24" intake pipe 24" dia. Plant-El 995. And they are revised per latest revisions on 9/21/11. disturbed area Protective Steel Piles. with 6 pipe supports Intake wedge wire screen.5 ft cover. Rev. CAES-C2 5 of 5 9/22/2011 . The frost depth is 54". C 3. switch yard-El 985 and laydown-El 980. StaticORB S26. topographic is based on USGS 10-ft contours. 40' long. The quantities listed is based on General Arrangement WorleyParsons drawing CAES-1-DW-111-002-101. 4. waterfront 200 3 400 240 316 LF EA LF LF LF see website http://www. The lengths and sizes of mechanical pipes are provided by mechanical department.Install/remove Silt fence.com/ StaticOrb.

900 4 BOM # M11 M12 M13 M14 M15 M16 M17 M18 Medium Voltage Power Cable Terminations Cable Description 1‐1000 KCMIL SH 1‐750 KCMIL SH 1‐500 KCMIL SH 1‐350 KCMIL SH 1‐250 KCMIL SH 1‐4/0 KCMIL SH 1‐2/0 KCMIL SH 1‐1/0 KCMIL SH Termination  Count EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 6 24 5 BOM # P 1 P 2 P 3 P 5 P 6 P11 Low Voltage Power Cable Cable Description 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 750KCMIL   600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 500KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 350KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #4/0 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #2/0 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #1/0 (+GND) Cable Length 8. 6000A 3 BOM # M11 M12 M13 M14 M15 M16 M17 M18 Medium Voltage Cable Cable Description 1‐1000 KCMIL SH 1‐750 KCMIL SH 1‐500 KCMIL SH 1‐350 KCMIL SH 1‐250 KCMIL SH 1‐4/0 KCMIL SH 1‐2/0 KCMIL SH 1‐1/0 KCMIL SH Cable Length LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% 2.900 6.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 1 of 9 .300 3. Random lay power CAES Electrical Qty.8KV.8KV.8KV. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.8KV. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. 4000A VFD‐1 to 4000A Bus: 13.8KV. 4000A 4000A Bus to 4000 Compressor: 13. 6000A VFD‐1 to 5000A Bus: 13. 6000A "T" @ (3a/b/c) to VFD‐1: 13. 6000A "T" @ (3a/b/c) to 5000A Bus: 13.6/7/2012 Item 1 Desc Main Iso Phase Bus Duct ‐ 3 ph@ Iso Phase Bus Duct Tap ‐ 3 ph@ Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (1a) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (2a) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (2b) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (2c) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3a) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3b) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3c) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3d) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3e) Qty Unit LF LF Notes 2 130 38 80 95 38 80 55 85 60 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF GSU‐1 Transformer to Generator: 13. 6000A 5000A Bus to 5000 Compressor: 13. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.100 7.8KV. 8000A Transformer T‐1 to 4000A Bus: 13.000 10.8KV.500 LF LF LF LF LF LF Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.8KV. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. 4000A Transformer T‐19 to "T" @ (3a/b/c): 13.8KV.

6/7/2012 Item P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 Desc 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #2 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #4 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #6 (+GND)  600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #8 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 (+GND) Qty 200 2.000 Unit LF LF LF LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.550 1.800 20. Random lay power CAES Electrical Qty.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 2 of 9 . Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.

xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 3 of 9 . Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.050 6 BOM # P 1 P 2 P 3 P 5 P 6 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P22 P23 P24 P31 P32 P33 P34 P36 P37 P38 Low Voltage Power Cable Terminations Cable Description 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 750KCMIL   600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 500KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 350KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #4/0 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #2/0 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #1/0 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #2 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #4 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #6 (+GND)  600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #8 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 4/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 1/C‐ 500KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ 250KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #4/0 BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #2/0 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #2 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #4 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #6 BARE CU GND Termination  Count 24 30 36 12 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 40 64 232 128 10 7 BOM # C  1 C  3 C11 C12 Control Cable Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 3/C ‐ #14 Cable Length 600 LF LF LF LF Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. CAES Electrical Qty.6/7/2012 Item P17 P22 P23 P24 P31 P32 P33 P34 P36 P37 P38 Desc 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 4/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 1/C‐ 500KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ 250KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #4/0 BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #2/0 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #2 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #4 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #6 BARE CU GND Qty 9. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.200 Unit LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits 2. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.

CAES Electrical Qty.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 4 of 9 .000 Unit LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.6/7/2012 Item C13 C14 Desc 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 7/C ‐ #14 Qty 25. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.

OA SH.OA SH 600V ‐ 1TRI‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH. switchyard CT circuits 8 BOM # C  1 C  3 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C52 C53 Control Cable Terminations Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 3/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 7/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 9/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 12/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 4/C ‐ #10 SH 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #6 SH  Termination  Count 8 390 192 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 9 BOM # L  1 L  2 L 3 L  4 L  5 L11 L12 L21 L41 L42 Instrument Cable Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 3/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 5/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 7/c‐ #16 SH  600V ‐ 9/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH.TC‐K Cable Length LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF 24.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 5 of 9 .600 Unit LF LF LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.TC‐K 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH. switchyard CT circuits Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.000 1.6/7/2012 Item C15 C16 C52 C53 Desc 600V ‐ 9/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 12/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 4/C ‐ #10 SH 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #6 SH  Qty 3.100 10 BOM # L  1 L  2 L  3 L  4 L  5 L11 Instrument Cable Terminations Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 3/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 5/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 7/c‐ #16 SH  600V ‐ 9/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH Termination  Count LF LF LF LF LF LF 198 CAES Electrical Qty.

6/7/2012 Item L12 L21 L41 L42 Desc 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 6 of 9 .210 1.000 2.070 10.210 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Galvanized Steel Solid Bottom Tray Galvanized Steel Solid Bottom Tray Galvanized Steel Solid Bottom Tray 13 Above Grade Conduit 3/4" 3/4" 1" 1" 1 1/2" 1 1/2" 2" 2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 3" 3" 40.OA SH 600V ‐ 1TRI‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH.080 2.000 1.000 10.210 18" x 4" Straight section 1.800 1.700 270 20.000 1.000 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit CAES Electrical Qty.TC‐K 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH.TC‐K Qty 30 Unit LF LF LF LF LF Notes 11 Grounding Ground Cable Ground Cable Ground Rods Exothermic welds Exothermic welds Exothermic welds Exothermic welds Bolted Connections Equipment Stingers Equipment Stingers Static Ground Reel Ground Test Well Ground Step Mat 28.700 4.000 10.000 150 110 602 110 22 31 78 100 2 1 2 LF LF EA EA EA EA EA EA LF LF EA EA EA 4/0 bare copper Ground Cable 4/0 insulated copper Ground Cable 3/4" x 10' Copper clad steel Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/cable Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/rod Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/steel Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/rebar cable/lug/equipment 4/0 bare copper Ground Cable with 10' coil for later connection to equipment 4/0 insulated copper Ground Cable with 10' coil for later connection to equipment 12 Cable Tray 24" x 6" Straight section 18" x 6" Straight section 1.OA SH.

 Outdoor Stanchion  Mount Light Fixture. B7 HPS. 8W 24 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA CAES Electrical Qty. 400W. Wall Mount with  photo Control Light Fixture.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 7 of 9 .900 26. B3 HPS. B4 HPS. Emergency Lighting Remote head (1)  12V DC. High Bay with 250W  Tungsten Halogen Lamp for Standby Lighting Light Fixture. 70W. B5 HPS.6/7/2012 Item 4" 4" 5" 5" Desc Qty 3. 250W. C2 HPS. A6 HPS.105 3. 1000W. with sealed battery pack. Emergency Lighting remote Heads(2)  12V DC.553 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit 15 Pre‐Cast Electrical Manholes 10x10x10 4 EA 16 Lighting Fixtures Light Fixture. E2 Halogen. outdoor stanchion  mount Light Fixture. High bay Light Fixture.000 100 Unit LF LF LF LF Notes Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit 14 Underground Ductbank\Embedded conduits CTG Embedded Conduits 2" 2" 3" 3" 4" 4" 5" 5" 1. 8W E3 Exit Sign ‐ 20Yr Life E4 Halogen. 400W. High Bay with 250W  Tungsten Halogen Lamp for Standby Lighting E1 Halogen.600 360 1. 100W. C1 HPS.  (Roadway Lighting) includes excavation and  conduit Light Fixture. w/30' pole. High bay Light Fixture. 150W. A1 HPS. 1000W.000 2. 70W. Emergency Lighting Unit 12VDC (2)  8W. Wall Mount with  Photo Control Light Fixture. B6 HPS.

6/7/2012 Item Desc Qty Unit Notes CAES Electrical Qty.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 8 of 9 .

xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 9 of 9 .6/7/2012 Item 17 Desc Communications Indoor Wall Station Indoor Speaker Amplifier Outdoor Wall Station Outdoor Speaker Amplifier Desktop Station Horn Speaker ‐ with driver Horn Speaker Ceiling Cone Speaker Telephone Interface Line Balance Assembly Qty Unit Notes 8 7 8 20 27 1 1 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA CAES Electrical Qty.

xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 1 of 9 .100 7.900 4 BOM # M11 M12 M13 M14 M15 M16 M17 M18 Medium Voltage Power Cable Terminations Cable Description 1‐1000 KCMIL SH 1‐750 KCMIL SH 1‐500 KCMIL SH 1‐350 KCMIL SH 1‐250 KCMIL SH 1‐4/0 KCMIL SH 1‐2/0 KCMIL SH 1‐1/0 KCMIL SH Termination  Count EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 6 24 5 BOM # P 1 P 2 P 3 P 5 P 6 P11 Low Voltage Power Cable Cable Description 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 750KCMIL   600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 500KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 350KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #4/0 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #2/0 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #1/0 (+GND) Cable Length 8.6/7/2012 Item 1 Desc Main Iso Phase Bus Duct ‐ 3 ph@ Iso Phase Bus Duct Tap ‐ 3 ph@ Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (1a) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (2a) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (2b) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (2c) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3a) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3b) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3c) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3d) Non Seg Bus Duct ‐ (3e) Qty Unit LF LF Notes 2 130 38 80 95 38 80 55 85 60 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF GSU‐1 Transformer to Generator: 13. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. 6000A 5000A Bus to 5000 Compressor: 13. Random lay power CAES Electrical Qty.8KV.8KV. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.000 10.8KV. 4000A 4000A Bus to 4000 Compressor: 13. 6000A 3 BOM # M11 M12 M13 M14 M15 M16 M17 M18 Medium Voltage Cable Cable Description 1‐1000 KCMIL SH 1‐750 KCMIL SH 1‐500 KCMIL SH 1‐350 KCMIL SH 1‐250 KCMIL SH 1‐4/0 KCMIL SH 1‐2/0 KCMIL SH 1‐1/0 KCMIL SH Cable Length LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% Insulation Voltage Class: 15KV‐133% 2. 6000A "T" @ (3a/b/c) to 5000A Bus: 13.8KV.500 LF LF LF LF LF LF Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.8KV. 4000A Transformer T‐19 to "T" @ (3a/b/c): 13. 6000A "T" @ (3a/b/c) to VFD‐1: 13.8KV. 8000A Transformer T‐1 to 4000A Bus: 13.900 6.8KV.8KV. 6000A VFD‐1 to 5000A Bus: 13. 4000A VFD‐1 to 4000A Bus: 13.8KV. single lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.300 3.

 Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.000 Unit LF LF LF LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 2 of 9 .800 20. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.6/7/2012 Item P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 Desc 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #2 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #4 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #6 (+GND)  600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #8 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 (+GND) Qty 200 2. Random lay power CAES Electrical Qty.550 1. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.

 Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 3 of 9 .050 6 BOM # P 1 P 2 P 3 P 5 P 6 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P22 P23 P24 P31 P32 P33 P34 P36 P37 P38 Low Voltage Power Cable Terminations Cable Description 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 750KCMIL   600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 500KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ 350KCMIL 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #4/0 600V ‐ 1/C ‐ #2/0 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #1/0 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #2 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #4 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #6 (+GND)  600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #8 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 4/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 1/C‐ 500KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ 250KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #4/0 BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #2/0 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #2 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #4 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #6 BARE CU GND Termination  Count 24 30 36 12 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 40 64 232 128 10 7 BOM # C  1 C  3 C11 C12 Control Cable Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 3/C ‐ #14 Cable Length 600 LF LF LF LF Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.6/7/2012 Item P17 P22 P23 P24 P31 P32 P33 P34 P36 P37 P38 Desc 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 (+GND) 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 4/c ‐ #10 600V ‐ 3/c ‐ #12 1/C‐ 500KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ 250KCMIL BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #4/0 BARE CU GND  1/C‐ #2/0 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #2 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #4 BARE CU GND 1/C‐ #6 BARE CU GND Qty 9. Random lay power ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits ground cable for single conductor circuits 2. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.200 Unit LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Random lay power Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. CAES Electrical Qty. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.

xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 4 of 9 .6/7/2012 Item C13 C14 Desc 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 7/C ‐ #14 Qty 25. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.000 Unit LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V. CAES Electrical Qty.

TC‐K 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH. switchyard CT circuits 8 BOM # C  1 C  3 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C52 C53 Control Cable Terminations Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #12 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 3/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 5/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 7/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 9/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 12/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 4/C ‐ #10 SH 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #6 SH  Termination  Count 8 390 192 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA 9 BOM # L  1 L  2 L 3 L  4 L  5 L11 L12 L21 L41 L42 Instrument Cable Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 3/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 5/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 7/c‐ #16 SH  600V ‐ 9/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH.100 10 BOM # L  1 L  2 L  3 L  4 L  5 L11 Instrument Cable Terminations Cable Description 600V ‐ 2/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 3/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 5/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 7/c‐ #16 SH  600V ‐ 9/c‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH Termination  Count LF LF LF LF LF LF 198 CAES Electrical Qty. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.OA SH. Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 5 of 9 .600 Unit LF LF LF LF Notes Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.6/7/2012 Item C15 C16 C52 C53 Desc 600V ‐ 9/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 12/C ‐ #14 600V ‐ 4/C ‐ #10 SH 600V ‐ 2/C ‐ #6 SH  Qty 3. switchyard CT circuits Insulation Voltage Class: 600V.000 1.TC‐K Cable Length LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF 24.OA SH 600V ‐ 1TRI‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH.

210 1.700 270 20.TC‐K 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH.000 10.OA SH.800 1.OA SH 600V ‐ 1TRI‐ #16 SH 600V ‐ 1P‐ #16 SH.TC‐K Qty 30 Unit LF LF LF LF LF Notes 11 Grounding Ground Cable Ground Cable Ground Rods Exothermic welds Exothermic welds Exothermic welds Exothermic welds Bolted Connections Equipment Stingers Equipment Stingers Static Ground Reel Ground Test Well Ground Step Mat 28.000 2.000 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit CAES Electrical Qty.000 1.700 4.210 18" x 4" Straight section 1.000 10.080 2.000 150 110 602 110 22 31 78 100 2 1 2 LF LF EA EA EA EA EA EA LF LF EA EA EA 4/0 bare copper Ground Cable 4/0 insulated copper Ground Cable 3/4" x 10' Copper clad steel Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/cable Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/rod Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/steel Exothermic type Cadweld connections ‐ cable/rebar cable/lug/equipment 4/0 bare copper Ground Cable with 10' coil for later connection to equipment 4/0 insulated copper Ground Cable with 10' coil for later connection to equipment 12 Cable Tray 24" x 6" Straight section 18" x 6" Straight section 1.000 1.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 6 of 9 .070 10.6/7/2012 Item L12 L21 L41 L42 Desc 600V ‐ 2P‐ #16 SH.210 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Aluminum Ladder Tray Galvanized Steel Solid Bottom Tray Galvanized Steel Solid Bottom Tray Galvanized Steel Solid Bottom Tray 13 Above Grade Conduit 3/4" 3/4" 1" 1" 1 1/2" 1 1/2" 2" 2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 3" 3" 40.

 250W. outdoor stanchion  mount Light Fixture. w/30' pole. with sealed battery pack. E2 Halogen. C2 HPS.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 7 of 9 . High Bay with 250W  Tungsten Halogen Lamp for Standby Lighting Light Fixture. B4 HPS. 150W.900 26. Wall Mount with  photo Control Light Fixture. High bay Light Fixture. 100W. 1000W. 8W E3 Exit Sign ‐ 20Yr Life E4 Halogen. Emergency Lighting Unit 12VDC (2)  8W.  (Roadway Lighting) includes excavation and  conduit Light Fixture.553 LF LF LF LF LF LF LF LF Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Schedule 40 PVC Conduit 15 Pre‐Cast Electrical Manholes 10x10x10 4 EA 16 Lighting Fixtures Light Fixture. C1 HPS. High Bay with 250W  Tungsten Halogen Lamp for Standby Lighting E1 Halogen. 400W. Emergency Lighting Remote head (1)  12V DC. 8W 24 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA CAES Electrical Qty. Outdoor Stanchion  Mount Light Fixture.000 100 Unit LF LF LF LF Notes Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit Rigid Galvanized metallic conduit Flexible (liquid‐tite) conduit 14 Underground Ductbank\Embedded conduits CTG Embedded Conduits 2" 2" 3" 3" 4" 4" 5" 5" 1. 70W. A6 HPS.600 360 1.000 2. A1 HPS.6/7/2012 Item 4" 4" 5" 5" Desc Qty 3. High bay Light Fixture. 1000W. B3 HPS. 70W. Wall Mount with  Photo Control Light Fixture. Emergency Lighting remote Heads(2)  12V DC. 400W. B6 HPS. B7 HPS.105 3. B5 HPS.

6/7/2012 Item Desc Qty Unit Notes CAES Electrical Qty.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 8 of 9 .

6/7/2012 Item 17 Desc Communications Indoor Wall Station Indoor Speaker Amplifier Outdoor Wall Station Outdoor Speaker Amplifier Desktop Station Horn Speaker ‐ with driver Horn Speaker Ceiling Cone Speaker Telephone Interface Line Balance Assembly Qty Unit Notes 8 7 8 20 27 1 1 EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA EA CAES Electrical Qty.xlsx ‐ Bulk ‐ Case 1 Pg 9 of 9 .

11 -0.7 -2.7 519.13 76.8 13.38 10.NOTE: MUD MATS ARE NOT INCLUDED.00 1.00 12.00 35.6 -0.00 35.5' thick) Bldg Slab (1.2 385.17 4 2 36 21.00 35.87 -0.2 5.2 33.00 6.2 385.5 103.00 100.00 36.00 4.2 608.00 21.14 6.50 2.Vol Conc. of Base Pl No.00 2. (CY) Des. Light Steel <20 lbs/ft .00 6 3.5 Base PL + Anchorage (tons) 0.0 0.50 3.4 519.81 3.00 35.00 1.5' thick) Pump Chamber Base (2' thick) Location Description Type of Material L Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete Concrete 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 -1 13.00 1.20 0.>20 lbs/ft but <80 lbs/ft. Ref.7 12.00 24.00 20.2 6.56 0.6 0 Grating (SF) 100 Handrail (FT) 35 Waterstop (FT) 35 Crushed Stone (CY) Design Concrete Volume (CY) Design Excavation Volume (CY) Backfill Design Volume (CY) Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (ton) Design Heavy Steel (ton) Design Medium Steel (ton) Design Light Steel (ton) Design Base PL (ton) Design Anchor Bolts (ton) Grating (SF) Handrail (ft) Waterstop (ft) FOUNDATION GRAND TOTALS 1 11 103 519 386 2342 7 STEEL TOTALS (tons) 2 1 6 BASE PL + ANCHORAGE (tons) 1 0 GRATING TOTALS (SF) 100 HANDRAIL TOTALS (FT) 35 WATERSTOP TOTALS (FT) 35 Heavy Steel .>80 lbs/ft. of AB per Base Pl Dia (in) Base Plate & Anchor Bolts Anchor Bolt Anchor Bolt Length (in) Base Pl Length (in) Base Pl Width (in) Base Pl Thickness (in) Design Base Pl (Tons) Design Anchor Bolts (Tons) Length of Grating (ft) Grating Width of Grating (ft) Area of Grating (SF) Length of Guardrail (ft) Handrail Total Length of Guardrail (ft) Length of Waterstop Total Length of Waterstop (ft) Waterstop (ft) 10.13 2.00 Total (yd ) 10.00 No.00 10.5' thick) chamber) Bldg Perimeter Beam (3' X 4') Bldg Slab (1.5 48.3 -1.00 3.00 4.00 3 Structural Steel Quantity Main dimensions (ft) W H Crushed Stone (CY) Des.6 1734.4 -0. Excav.4 1. Medium Steel .7 Optional Steel Total (tons) 2.40 Design Steel-Medium (Tons) 1.50 1.20 Design Steel-Light (Tons) 0.1 4.50 0.6 2342. Beams & Columns Purlins Girts Grating Handrail Base Plate & Anchor Bolts ?? Intake Pump House Bldg (26'X18'X14' high + 10'-0" Pump Chamber Base (2' thick) diameter X 24'-0" long pump Pump Chamber Wall (1.2 4.50 1. GA Drawing: CAES-1-DW-177-002-101 & 111-002-103 Rev A GA Item No.00 13. Volume (CY) Backfill Volume (CY) Design Formwork (SF) Design Rebar (Tons) Heavy1 Steel (lbs/ft) Medium1 Steel (lbs/ft) Light1 Steel (lbs/ft) Length (ft) Design Steel-Heavy (Tons) 2.

132 .873 $809.333 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1.457.563 $121.000 $707.904 $67.873 $0 $710.959 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2.066.907 $10.203 $0 $40.680.860 $0 $2.190 $0 $1.834 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $79.903.780 $0 $125.040 $2.845 $1.545 $0 $3.514 $1.867 $0 -$10.959 $536.890 $0 $536.709.209 $125.571 $0 $2.667 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 -$10.235 $0 $705.024 $599.956 $305.604 $0 $121.873 $0 $90.151 $1.270 $751.682.066.010.907 $0 $2.057 $79.686 $0 $1.680.134.270 $0 $132.057 $0 $822.157.709.422 $1.545 $2.972 $0 $616.571 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2.726 2015 Total↓ $0 $0 $0 $0 $751.780 $547.638.545 $2.209.545 $2.563 $0 $583.545 $2.860 $278.225 $13.468.972.010.078 $0 $278.004 $710.134.571 $0 $2.374.603 $822.514 $0 $889.333 $90.726 $2.603 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1.545 $3.904 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $442.785.190 $889.709.571 2012 Total↓ -$10.235 $583.907 $0 $2.209 $0 $305.667 $616.422 $0 $2.078 $442.173 2013 Total↓ $0 $0 $0 $0 $547.203 $0 $40.763 2016 Total↓ $0 $0 $0 $0 $354.638.834 $132.867 $2.956 $0 $304.004 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $77.209.159 $354.000 $0 $599.903.686 $2.680.024 $0 $1.159 $0 $67.785.066.680.203 2011 Total↓ $2.890 $77.203 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $40.845 $0 $707.873 $304.763 $1.374.157.151 2014 Total↓ $0 $0 $0 $0 $809.867 $0 $440.066.Total Project Owner's Costs through June 2016 Total Phase 1 Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total Project Management Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total Corporate Support Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total Article X Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total PSC Rate Proceeding Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total Interconnection Process Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total Inergy/US Salt Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total Plant Staffing Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total Phase 3 Costs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Total of all Project Owner Cost Tabs Actuals Forecast Actuals & Forecast Month → Total↓ 2010 Total↓ $40.972 $705.604 $440.

400 $ 90.663 110.603 681.419 97.513 14.976 $ 301.140 $ 196.235.000 $ 47.975.000 $ 2.550 $ 193.670 $ $ 651.224.000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.603 9.ESTIMATE SUMMARY NYSEG NYSEG CAES Cycle One ACCOUNT ITEM Procurement Packages CAES Equipment Black Start Generator Generator & Compressor Circuit Breakers Isolated Phase Bus Duct Non-Seg Bus Duct Raw Water Pumphouse MCC Step-Up Transformer Aux Transformer Miscellaneous Transformers DCS CEMS Ammonia Unloading.445.059 $ 3.000 $ 60.500.532 $ 17.000 $ 298.053 2.544.149.000 $ 1.018.620 $ 20.595.665.306.500 $ 781.474 $ 64.362.000 $ 1.611 $ 3.176 $ 659.5kV Distribution Line Electrical and I&C Start-up Subcontracts Construction Package Subtotal Purchase Order & Subcontract Package Subtotal QTY UNIT MATERIAL LABOR TOTAL COMMENTS 11201 14001 21401 22101 22201 23101 25101 25201 25301 51001 53201 93301 95001 95101 95801 96101 96301 96501 102001 154101 154301 157101 157501 157601 182001 293101 420201 491001 $ 130.000 $ 49.000 $ 1.100 $ $ 2.682.000 $ 427.126.670 $ 36.111.334 692.133 $ 468.300 $ 200.018.100 Included in crew rate None - $ 200.086 CAES Cycle One Estimate Summary 15 2011Nov03 Condensed.238.588.908. Construction Management.500 $ 12.411.375 $ 13.000 $ 24.740 62.079 2.895.256 1.114.799.964.519 380.000 $ 408.740 5.000 $ 49.000 $ 298.000 $ 75.942.828.544.401 9.474 3.793 $ 7.500 $ 781.240.943 $ 2.Major Purchase Order Terms & Conditions Contingency Subtotal TOTAL COST Fees Cavern & Well Sytem Deveopment AFUDC Owner's Costs Licensing Support TOTAL 1 1 1 1 LS LS LS LS $ $ 1.122 $ 54.181 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ - $ 130.486 $ 545.940 $ 1.000 $ 2.784 3.656 $ 13. & Start-up Services Engineering Subtotal OTHER COSTS: Builder's All Risk Insurance Worker's Compensation & Employers' Liability Commercial General Liability Comprehensive Automobile Liability Contractor's Equipment & Automobile Physical Damage Insurance Transportation Insurance Payment & Performance Bond Escalation Sales & Use Tax Warranty Permits & Fees Other Costs Subtotal SUBTOTAL COST Contingency .149 16.211.000 $ 2.666.211.321 Material & Design Development Allowance Subcontractor's Mark-up on Material Additional Premium Time Cost (5-10's) Overtime Productivity Cost Construction Subtotal PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Engineering.181 $ $ $ 2.000 119.012.222 $ 98.235.740 $ 112. Storage & Forwarding Water Treatment System Oil / Water Separator Packaged Sanitary System Fuel Gas Compressor Fuel Gas Conditioning Fuel Gas Chromatograph Bridge Crane Circulating Water & Aux Cooling Water Pumps Sump Pumps Fire Water Pumps Miscellaneous Horizontal Pumps Miscellaneous Vertical Pumps Air Receiver & Dryer Air Stack Circ Water Pipe Power Distribution Center Procurement Package Subtotal Construction Packages Cooling Tower Field Fabricated Tanks Initial Sitework Final Sitework Offsite Pipeline Foundations & U/G Utilities Generation Building Erection Admin / Maintenance and Mech Equipment Buildings Pre-Engineered Buildings Raw Water Pumphouse Mechanical Erection Piping Fire Protection Insulation Plant Switchyard Interconnect Switchyard 115kV Transmission Line 34.940 1.624 $ 4.500 2.000 $ $ 1.111.715.940.175 $ $ 38.150 1.000 Includes Escalation 24.000 $ 75.131 95.244 $ 337.600 $ 92.000 $ 445.486 $ 545.579 619.884 $ 49.943 $ 2.832.772 4.841.657 279.082.841.600 $ $ 230.000 $ 408.931 1 1 LS LS $ $ 28.214.000 $ 60.240.xls 6/14/2012 .980 $ 9.000 $ 427.574 7.521 $ 8.133 $ 710.984 9.324.296.976 - Excluded Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Excluded Excluded Excluded $ 12.803 2.149 468.205 171001 191101 591101 591102 591201 591401 592101 592102 592201 592301 593301 593401 593601 593701 594101 594102 594201 594202 594401 651001 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.586 378.650 2.500.486 200.920.383 366.000 $ 508.778.072 $ 579.222 $ 98.640.196 5.991.759.000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 12.000 $ 508.955 1 LS $ $ 24.600 $ $ 230.072.481 $ 264.137.442 6.665.107 5.362.666.080.000 $ 1.401.General Contingency .500 $ 78.885.783.273.000 $ 47.595.334 $ 2.307.960 $ 146.957.214.612.053 2.670 $ $ 651.619 173.400 $ 90.364.296.884 62.024 $ 258.000 $ 24.161.597 - $ $ $ $ 3.210 3.370.378.000 $ 119.500 $ 78.083.181.600 $ 92.000 $ 2.222 $ 854.674.242 $ 729.370.842.353.727.300 $ 200.960 $ 146.000 $ $ 1.

181.265.433.940 $ 1.000 $ 555.156 $ 172.395 380.402 10.000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 13.043.584 $ 3.666.283 $ 212.229 $ 545.000 $ $ 1.278 $ 4.600 $ $ 253. Storage & Forwarding Water Treatment System Oil / Water Separator Packaged Sanitary System Fuel Gas Compressor Fuel Gas Conditioning Fuel Gas Chromatograph Bridge Crane Circulating Water & Aux Cooling Water Pumps Sump Pumps Fire Water Pumps Miscellaneous Horizontal Pumps Miscellaneous Vertical Pumps Air Receiver & Dryer Air Stack Circ Water Pipe Power Distribution Center Procurement Package Subtotal Construction Packages Cooling Tower Field Fabricated Tanks Initial Sitework Final Sitework Offsite Pipeline Foundations & U/G Utilities Generation Building Erection Admin / Maintenance and Mech Equipment Buildings Pre-Engineered Buildings Raw Water Pumphouse Mechanical Erection Piping Fire Protection Insulation Plant Switchyard Interconnect Switchyard 115kV Transmission Line 34.571.362.100 $ 49.242 $ 729.885.857.131 Assumes no Cap Bank Req'd $ 468.672 $ 2.533 $ 21.200 $ 60.5kV Distribution Line Electrical and I&C Start-up Subcontracts Construction Package Subtotal Purchase Order & Subcontract Package Subtotal QTY UNIT MATERIAL LABOR TOTAL COMMENTS 11201 14001 21401 22101 22201 23101 25101 25201 25301 51001 53201 93301 95001 95101 95801 96101 96301 96501 102001 154101 154301 157101 157501 157601 182001 293101 420201 491001 $ 155.000 $ 2.659. Construction Management.007.100 $ 49.469.425 - Excluded Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Excluded Excluded Excluded $ 13.689.000 $ 555.683 2.542 $ 24.496 2.052 $ 224.384 415.406 1 LS $ $ 24.206 4.000 $ 2.222 $ 98.500 $ 781.980 $ 9.000 $ 641.107 6.201.781 692.879 $ 584.132 $ 2.672 $ 2.362.768 2.927.500 $ 781.072.670 $ $ 707.012.000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.598 Material & Design Development Allowance Subcontractor's Mark-up on Material Additional Premium Time Cost (5-10's) Overtime Productivity Cost Construction Subtotal PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Engineering.124 $ 92.717 $ 293.128.433.144.670 $ 44.831 2.326.753 1.241.797 $ 13.000 $ 298.957.244. & Start-up Services Engineering Subtotal OTHER COSTS: Builder's All Risk Insurance Worker's Compensation & Employers' Liability Commercial General Liability Comprehensive Automobile Liability Contractor's Equipment & Automobile Physical Damage Insurance Transportation Insurance Payment & Performance Bond Escalation Sales & Use Tax Warranty Permits & Fees Other Costs Subtotal SUBTOTAL COST Contingency .General Contingency .263 171001 191101 591101 591102 591201 591401 592101 592102 592201 592301 593301 593401 593601 593701 594101 594102 594201 594202 594401 651001 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.670 $ $ 707.483.550 $ 106.835 3.778.938 $ 300.486 200.735.124 $ 92.381 192.983 11.149 21.666.613.000 $ 298.179 3.689.546 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ - $ 155.895.018.580 5.132 $ 2.784 3.000 119.926 $ 659.212.327.326.546 $ $ $ 2.682.639 $ 14.636 $ 383.210 3.435.468 $ $ 38.214 6.163 750.414.620 $ 21.842.000 $ 54.544 $ 942.ESTIMATE SUMMARY NYSEG NYSEG CAES Cycle One A ( Indicative ) ACCOUNT ITEM Procurement Packages CAES Equipment Black Start Generator Generator & Compressor Circuit Breakers Isolated Phase Bus Duct Non-Seg Bus Duct Raw Water Pumphouse MCC Step-Up Transformer Aux Transformer Miscellaneous Transformers DCS CEMS Ammonia Unloading.156 $ 172.400 $ 90.018.200 $ 60.623.196 5.636.364.665.468 $ 71.665 $ 51.073 $ 579.469.230.513 15.222 $ 98.126.000 $ 75.000 $ 54.375 $ $ 2.588.600 $ $ 253.587 378.220.099 1.781 $ 2.700.617.531 279.Major Purchase Order Terms & Conditions Contingency Subtotal TOTAL COST Fees Cavern & Well Sytem Deveopment AFUDC Owner's Costs Licensing Support TOTAL 1 1 1 1 LS LS LS LS $ $ 2.831 1 1 LS LS $ $ 35.550 $ 106.432 10.682 105.520 .602 107.148 468.122 $ 60.000 $ 641.415 $ 8.735.229 $ 545.022.043.483.542 $ 24.940 1.227.413.000 $ 119.307.571.579 619.000 $ $ 1.308.000 $ 2.370.300 $ 200.177.740 $ 121.665 69.222.300 $ 200.000 $ 2.663 110.271 $ 1.425 $ 338.665.228.375 Included in crew rate None - $ 228.007.500 3.400 $ 90.689.966 9.897 $ 8.920.412.500 $ 14.272 - $ $ $ $ 4.271 $ 1.658.879 $ 584.000 Includes Escalation 24.674.681.144.133 $ 710.000 $ 75.740 69.612 $ 3.224.000 $ 497.149.222.

208 $ 27.862.988 $ 81.350.112 $ $ 201.136 $ 59.225 - Excluded Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Included in crew rate Excluded Excluded Excluded $ 20.497.196 4.149 468.774.000 $ 534.000 $ 29.000 $ 2.229.064 Contingency Subtotal TOTAL COST Fees Cavern & Well Sytem Deveopment AFUDC Owner's Costs Licensing Support TOTAL $ 39.960 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ - $ 121.094 $ 623.122 60.815.815.600 $ 92.943 $ 2.119 $ 321.000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 20.388 Included in crew rate None - $ 206.456 662.000 $ 75.034.709 $ 287.940 904.235. & Start-up Services Engineering Subtotal OTHER COSTS: Builder's All Risk Insurance Worker's Compensation & Employers' Liability Commercial General Liability Comprehensive Automobile Liability Contractor's Equipment & Automobile Physical Damage Insurance Transportation Insurance Payment & Performance Bond Escalation Sales & Use Tax Warranty Permits & Fees Other Costs Subtotal SUBTOTAL COST Contingency .550 $ 637.000 $ 60.816.587.930.728 $ 3.950 380.500 $ 16.000 494.050 $ 24.000 $ 1.000 $ 3.888 12.600 $ 92.735.029.831.300 $ 200.500 3.000 $ 938.872 $ 78.635.000 $ 555.182 $ $ $ $ $ $ 7.039.000 $ 555.222 $ 98. Storage & Forwarding Water Treatment System Oil / Water Separator Packaged Sanitary System Fuel Gas Compressor Fuel Gas Conditioning Fuel Gas Chromatograph Bridge Crane Circulating Water & Aux Cooling Water Pumps Sump Pumps Fire Water Pumps Miscellaneous Horizontal Pumps Miscellaneous Vertical Pumps Air Receiver & Dryer Circ Water Pipe Power Distribution Center Procurement Package Subtotal Construction Packages Cooling Tower Field Fabricated Tanks Initial Sitework Final Sitework Offsite Pipeline Foundations & U/G Utilities Generation Building Erection Admin / Maintenance and Mech Equipment Buildings Pre-Engineered Buildings Raw Water Pumphouse Mechanical Erection Piping Fire Protection Insulation Plant Switchyard Interconnect Switchyard 115kV Transmission Line 34.000 $ 29.850.152 618.654.825 25.554 $ 2.549 $ 230.091 733.344 7.638 5.388 $ 2.172.760 $ 171001 191101 591101 591102 591201 591401 592101 592102 592201 592301 593301 593401 593601 593701 594101 594102 594201 594202 594401 651001 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.895.039.561.222 $ 98.353 406.261 3.500 $ 78.210 2.000 $ $ 674.806 78.319 179.225 $ 333.050 $ 24.740.105.091 $ 2.400 $ 781.000 $ 2.000 $ 534.300 $ 200.5kV Distribution Line Electrical and I&C Start-up Subcontracts Construction Package Subtotal Purchase Order & Subcontract Package Subtotal QTY UNIT MATERIAL LABOR TOTAL COMMENTS 11201 14001 21401 22101 22201 23101 25101 25201 25301 51001 53201 93301 95001 95101 95801 96101 96301 96501 102001 154101 154301 157101 157501 157601 182001 420201 491001 $ 121.298.293 16.061 6.000 $ 4.100 $ 49.566 Material & Design Development Allowance Subcontractor's Mark-up on Material Additional Premium Time Cost (5-10's) Overtime Productivity Cost Construction Subtotal PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Engineering.740.037 $ 468.656 6.260 $ 372.170.432.629 $ 21.477 $ 22.600 $ 1. Construction Management.458.514.640.228.795.682.989.085.000 $ 3.586 $ 545.437.000 $ 938.229.ESTIMATE SUMMARY NYSEG NYSEG CAES Cycle Two ACCOUNT ITEM Procurement Packages CAES Equipment Black Start Generator Generator & Compressor Circuit Breakers Isolated Phase Bus Duct Non-Seg Bus Duct Raw Water Pumphouse MCC Step-Up Transformer Aux Transformer Miscellaneous Transformers DCS CEMS Ammonia Unloading.029.000 $ 119.375 13.379.701.614 3.247.133 710.550 $ 637.726 $ 829.665.741 217.000 $ 298.234 278.270 167.000 119.000 $ 4.697 1 LS $ $ 25.960 $ 141.196 5.362 1.173.000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.139.812 .000 $ 1.987.461.593 110.497.244.190 $ 4.078.413.457 $ 9.694 $ 137.920.General Contingency -Major Purchase Order Terms & Conditions 1 1 1 1 LS LS LS LS $ $ 2.255.100 $ 49.085.066.743 3.549 $ 230.086.561 $ 8.244.184 6.184 $ 659.906 $ 4.745 $ 728.400 $ 90.800 142.631.000 $ 60.627.400 $ 90.586 $ 545.224.147.943 $ 2.235.694 $ 279.686.670.741.922 1 1 LS LS $ $ 34.665.561.862.000 38.500 $ 78.875.000 $ $ 674.363.252 $ 9.568 15.136 $ 141.667 3.828 3.000 $ 75.239 1.327.000 $ 298.363.400 $ 781.182.940 $ 904.000 Includes Escalation 25.760 $ $ $ 2.015 $ $ $ $ 4.383 2.905 2.600 $ 1.824.078.841.

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