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05 TTSS Solutions WG Report Volume 1_Feb05

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8.2.15.1

Discussion of Study

The budget costs for the each potential solution at each level of intervention have been
derived from the following elements:

1. Tunnel & Civil construction
2. Screening plant and structures
3. Treatment plant and structures
4. Pump and power plant and installation
5. Risk and contingency
6. Resource costs
7. Land costs
8. Update from 2002 to 2010 prices

Tunnel & Structures Construction

These budget costs are based on the upper values originally prepared by Halcrow for
potential solutions A to E. These have been verified and supplemented by EC Harris where
appropriate.

EC Harris also prepared more detailed budget estimates for potential solutions A(med),
A(low), G and H. The detailed breakdown of these were used to build up budget estimates
for the various additional partial solutions to supplement potential solution H as described in
the addendum report Variations on H.

Screens

In general these have been obtained from the budget estimates produced by Black and
Veatch in the Treatment Study.

The budget costs for the screening plant in underground chambers for potential solutions C, D
and F have been developed pro-rata from estimates built up by Network North Alliance of
Thames Water for AMP3 fine-screening options and supplemented with the budget costs built
up by EC Harris for underground tanks.

Treatment

These have been derived from the budget estimates produced in Treatment Study by Black
and Veatch and are based on enhanced primary treatment only. The allowance for
contingency and risk has been removed in favour of the overall contingency and risk
allowance. The additional costs for secondary treatment, based on submerged aerated
filters, are included below, following the summary table.

Pump & Power

Pumping plant costs have been extrapolated from budget estimates produced in Pumping
Study by KSB. The power costs extrapolated from budget estimates produced in Power
Study by McLellan. Estimates were produced for both network supply and on-site generation.
Generally there was little difference between the capital cost for network supply and on-site
generation. The highest cost of either has been included in the overall budget costs.

Contingency and Risk

This has been based on 30% of sum of Tunnel Costs, Screens, Treatment and Pump &
Power.

Resource Costs

This has based on 12% of sum of Tunnel Costs, Screens, Treatment and Pump & Power.
This sum is intended to cover planning, design, project management by Thames Water,
specialist consultancy and similar.

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Land Costs

This has been based on outline costs of land acquisition from Land, Environment and
Planning Study by LUC.
Preliminary estimates for compensation costs for suspension/diversion of railways and roads,
relocation of businesses, loss of amenity and similar also been included under this item.
These preliminary estimates for compensation are, unavoidably, very approximate and are
intended to demonstrate the likely scale of disruption.

Update from 2002 to 2010 prices

This allowance was estimated by EC Harris to indicate the likely increase in cost due to
general inflation to the year 2010. This allowance is excluded from the summary table below
for clarity, but is included in the summary table in Section 9 – Conclusions.

8.2.15.2

Application to Potential Solutions

All the above budget costs are included on Thames Water Engineering spreadsheet, filename
“Tideway Capex June03.xls”. The summary table (Table 43) is included below for reference.

Table 43 : Summary June03 Capex budget costs

Estimated Cost (£M)

Potential
Solution
/Intervention Tunnels
&
Structures

Screens TreatmentPump
&
Power

Contingency
& Risk 30% Resource

Costs Land

Costs Total
Costs

A Maximum 1,673

95

49

77

568

227

94

2,784

A Medium 1,058

60

26

40

355

142

94

1,776

A Low

763

32

20

25

252

101

94

1,287

B Maximum 1,062

450

0

241 526

210

159 2,648

B Medium 718

225

0

125 320

128

159 1,676

B Low

400

95

0

72

212

85

159 1,164

C Maximum 812

1,167 0

331 836

334

194 4,149

C Medium 515

714

0

144 434

173

194 2,246

C Low

348

448

0

93

272

109

194 1,480

D Maximum 1,550

1,199 20

353 1,012

405

194 4,983

D Medium 981

732

10

155 625

250

194 3,153

D Low

633

456

4

100 358

143

194 1,889

E Maximum 2,112

99

30

59

690

276

202 3,467

E Medium 1,320

51

15

31

425

170

202 2,213

E Low

881

24

6

17

278

111

202 1,518

F

0

3,045 0

192 971

389

7,115 11,713

G

1,033

225

480

98

551

220

106 2,714

H

388

9

14

8

126

50

55

650

The total capital costs are included in the summary table Section 9 – Conclusions and Section
0 – Executive Summary.

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The additional capital costs for the implementation of secondary treatment for each potential
solution, as appropriate, is illustrated in Table 44.

Table 44 : Secondary treatment costs

Additional Cost for Secondary Treatment (£M)

Potential Solution
/Intervention

Treatment Contingency &
Risk 30%

Resource
Costs

Total Costs @
2002

A Maximum

44

13

5

63

A Medium

44

13

5

63

A Low

44

13

5

63

D Maximum

44

13

5

63

D Medium

22

7

3

31

D Low

20

6

2

28

E Maximum

44

13

5

63

E Medium

33

10

4

47

E Low

29

9

3

41

The maximum capacity of the secondary treatment plant is 10m3/s, capital costs are therefore
capped to plant of this capacity.

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