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Interior Cost Data
Up-to-date costs for estimating commercial interior construction

Interior Cost Data 2012
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RSMeans Interior Cost Data
2012
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C O ST DATA F RO M T H E M O ST Q U OT E D N A M E I N C O N ST R U C T I O N

Designers, architects, contractors, and estimators all face the challenge of finding reliable cost information for interior construction. RSMeans helps you simplify the estimating process by providing the costs for all aspects of finish work in one, easy-to-use cost guide. Find the most accurate, up-to-date information available for equipment, hardware, custom work, furnishings, and labor costs. Cost data you can trust for accurate budgeting and estimating: • Residential • Commercial • Industrial

What you’ll find inside:
• UPDATED! Over 15,000 unit costs and 2,600 assemblies costs for all types of interior construction and finish work • NEW! A complete sample estimate to guide customization and improve accuracy • Includes unit prices for estimating ADA-mandated accessibility construction, selective demolition, building security, and lead paint abatement by encapsulation • City Cost Indexes and Location Factors for over 930 U.S. and Canadian locations • Equipment rental costs • Crew size projections, labor hours, and labor rates

Plus:
• Receive free quarterly cost index updates for a full year!

What’s New for 2012?
• Now includes a full sample estimate—designed to help you apply the data and improve estimating accuracy • A new companion website where you can download and customize the sample estimate • Newly redesigned “How RSMeans Data Works” section • New bookmarks to help you easily find the data you use the most

Interior Cost Data 2012
10 22 Partitions
3260 3310 3320 3330 3340 3350 3360 3410 3420 3430 3440 3450 3460 3510 3520 3530 3540 3550 3560 3910 3920 3930 3940 3950

10 22 23 − Portable Partitions, Screens, and Panels
Daily LaborCrew Output Hours Unit
2 Clab 24 30 29 28 27 26 25 29 28 27 26 25 24 29 28 27 26 25 24 .667 .533 .552 .571 .593 .615 .640 .552 .571 .593 .615 .640 .667 .552 .571 .593 .615 .640 .667 Ea.

10 22 23.23 Movable Panel Systems
72Љ wide N.R.C. => .75, 42Љ high, 24Љ wide 30Љ wide 36Љ wide 48Љ wide 60Љ wide 72Љ wide 60Љ high, 24Љ wide 30Љ wide 36Љ wide 48Љ wide 60Љ wide 72Љ wide 72Љ high, 24Љ wide 30Љ wide 36Љ wide 48Љ wide 60Љ wide 72Љ wide Connector kit, straight Corner, 2-way 3-way 4-way T-leg

Material
241 191 192 194 230 250 276 229 239 269 279 283 287 269 279 298 310 325 335 33 26.50 12.40 12.30 18.50

2012 Bare Costs Labor Equipment
23.50 18.70 19.35 20 21 21.50 22.50 19.35 20 21 21.50 22.50 23.50 19.35 20 21 21.50 22.50 23.50

Total
264.50 209.70 211.35 214 251 271.50 298.50 248.35 259 290 300.50 305.50 310.50 288.35 299 319 331.50 347.50 358.50 33 26.50 12.40 12.30 18.50

Total Incl O&P
300 239 241 244 285 305 340 282 294 330 340 345 350 325 335 360 375 395All RSMeans unit price data is organized in the same way. 405 It is important to understand the structure, so that you can find information 36.50 easily and use it correctly. 29.50 13.65 13.55 RSMeans Line Numbers consist of 12 characters, which 20.50 RSMeans engineers have created reference information to assist identify a unique location in the database for each task. The you in your estimate. If there is information that applies to a section, first 6 or 8 digits conform to the Construction Specifications it will be indicated at the start of the section. In this case, R033105Institute MasterFormat 2010. The remainder of the digits are 10 provides information on the proportionate quantities of formwork, a further breakdown by RSMeans in order to arrange items in reinforcing, and concrete used in cast-in-place concrete items such as understandable groups of similar tasks. Line numbers are consistent footings, slabs, beams, and columns. The reference section is located in across all RSMeans publications, so a line number in any RSMeans 26.50 the back of the book on the pages with a gray edge. product will always refer to the same unit of work. 31 34.50 53 41 RSMeans Descriptions are shown in a hierarchical 53.50 structure to make them readable. In order to read a 61 complete description, read up through the indents to 56 the top of the section. Include everything that is above 64 and to the left that is not contradicted by information 34 below. For instance, the complete description for line 03 30 53.40 3550 is ‘‘Concrete in place, including forms (4 uses), reinforcing steel, concrete, placement, and finishing unless otherwise indicated; Equipment pad (3000 psi), 4' x 4' x 6" thick.’’

How RSMeans Data Works

10 22 33 − Accordion Folding Partitions
10 22 33.10 Partitions, Accordion Folding
0010 PARTITIONS, ACCORDION FOLDING 0100 Vinyl covered, over 150 S.F., frame not included 0300 Residential, 1.25 lb. per S.F., 8Ј maximum height 0400 Commercial, 1.75 lb. per S.F., 8Ј maximum height 0600 2 lb. per S.F., 17Ј maximum height 0700 Industrial, 4 lb. per S.F., 20Ј maximum height 0900 Acoustical, 3 lb. per S.F., 17Ј maximum height 1200 5 lb. per S.F., 20Ј maximum height 1300 5.5 lb. per S.F., 17Ј maximum height 1400 Fire rated, 4.5 psf, 20Ј maximum height 1500 Vinyl clad wood or steel, electric operation, 5.0 psf 1900 Wood, non-acoustic, birch or mahogany, to 10Ј high 2 Carp 300 225 150 75 100 95 90 160 160 300 ᮢ .053 .071 .107 .213 .160 .168 .178 .100 .100 .053

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10 22 39 − Folding Panel Partitions
10 22 39.10 Partitions, Folding Panel
0010 PARTITIONS, FOLDING PANEL, acoustic, wood 0100 Vinyl faced, to 18Ј high, 6 psf, minimum 0150 Average 0200 Maximum 0400 Formica or hardwood finish, minimum 0500 Maximum 0600 Wood, low acoustical type, 4.5 psf, to 14Ј high 1100 Steel, acoustical, 9 to 12 lb. per S.F., vinyl faced, minimum 1200 Maximum 1700 Aluminum framed, acoustical, to 12Ј high, 5.5 psf, minimum 1800 Maximum 2000 6.5 lb. per S.F., minimum

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2.35 3.14 4.70 9.40 7.05 7.45 7.85 4.41 4.41 2.35

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11.75 15.70 23.50 11.75 23.50 14.10 11.75 23.50 11.75 23.50 11.75

65.75 80.20 107 67.25 83 54.60 69.25 94 50.75 70.50 52.75

77.50 95 128 79.50 When using RSMeans data, it is important to read 102 through an entire section to ensure that you use the 66 data that most closely matches your work. Note that sometimes there is additional information shown 81.50 in the section that may improve your price. There 114 are frequently lines that further describe, add to, or 60.50 adjust data for specific situations. 87.50 63 237

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The data published in RSMeans print books represents a “national average” cost. This data should be modified to the project location using the City Cost Indexes or Location Factors tables found in the reference section (see pages 607–655). Use the location factors to adjust estimate totals if the project covers multiple trades. Use the city cost indexes (CCI) for single trade projects or projects where a more detailed analysis is required. All figures in the two tables are derived from the same research. The last row of data in the CCI, the weighted average, is the same as the numbers reported for each location in the location factor table.

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