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142 Price Street

Savannah, Georgia 31401

Jonathan Hall & Leigh Garst


Table of Content

General History

History & Front Elevation Photographs 1

Building Condition Assessment 2

Remediation Strategies 3

Site Plan 4

Traffic Map 5

First Floor Plan 6

Second Floor Plan 7

Photographic Documentation

First Floor 8

Second Floor 9

Rehabilitation Plan

Design Proposal 10-11

First Floor Plan 12

Second Floor Plan 13

Loft Space 14

Visual and Environmental Impact Study 15

Proposed Site Plan 16

Table of Content I
Cost Estimations

Cost Summary 17-18

Construction Costs 19-39

Photo Log

Site 37-46

Exterior 41-44

Interior 45-66

First Floor 45-58

Second Floor 59-66

Table of Content II
General History

Although documentation for this particular

building is sparse a general history of the location

if not the structure can be traced through the use

of City Directories and Sanborn Fire Insurance

Maps. Dating to the 1880’s use of this parcel of

land has been commercial with primary early use


as a grocer. City Directories as early as 1885

142 Property Record 30 May 2006


list Henry Precht as owner of a grocery at this

location. Subsequent editions of the Directories

through the late 1940’s show a continuous use in that function with several changes in

ownership. Last use listed as a grocer appears in the 1947-48 edition as Brown’s Greengrocer.

A change occurs in the 1951 edition when the building is occupied by Walker’s Grill followed by

Union Social Club in 1954, Zorba’s Tavern in 1980,

Parkaze Liquor and Wine in 1985, Ray’s Lounge

in 1986 and finally Club Asia in 1989. Since the

closing of Club Asia in the 1990’s the building has

essentially been vacant.

Through analysis of architectural features,

underlying construction materials and techniques

the age of the building itself can be dated to the

late 19th century though no specific documentation

has been found to definitively establish an exact date of construction. Later changes made to

the building include a CMU addition to the rear and two small bathrooms to the rear of the

second floor. Exact dates for these additions have not been ascertained but they appear to

have been constructed during the building’s use as a nightclub.

History & Front Elevation Photographs 1


Building Condition Assessment

General condition of the building, though

structurally sound, is poor. Neglect of the exterior

has lead to issues involving the roof, siding, and

windows allowing admission of the elements as well as

roosting pigeons. Stabilization of these issues should

be given primary concern before damage to the


structural portions of the building becomes a serious

issue. The roof and siding in large part will need to

be replaced. Existing windows and doors are either

missing or have been replaced with a variety of sizes

and types of a more modern style. The brick first

floor appears to have had windows at one time that

have been filled with masonry.

The

interior of both

floors have been

altered to the extent that little historic material remains

in tact. Original walls, ceilings and floors have been removed

leaving only framing materials as evidence of original

construction. No original finishes are in evidence. Careful

removal of modern materials such as the oriented strand

board used in lieu of drywall as an interior wall covering

could provide valuable clues as to the original composition of

the interior and exterior of the building and should not be

conducted in a haphazard manner.


Building Condition Assessment 2
Remediation Strategies

As stated previously prominence should be given to securing the exterior of the building

from the elements as soon as possible. Further concerns on the exterior include removal of

asbestos siding from the two bathroom additions on the second floor. All interior spaces will

need to be cleaned thoroughly due to the contamination from roosting pigeons. Secondarily

demolition of interior spaces can begin in preparation for new uses of the building.

Remediation Strategies 3
Site Plan

Site Plan 4
Traffic Map

Traffic Map 5
First Floor Plan

WC WC Locker
Room

50 ft 2 in
Back
Stage

45 ft 8 in

First Floor Plan 6


Second Floor Plan

Bath Bath

Bath

Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom

41 ft 4 in
Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom

45 ft 8 in

Second Floor Plan 7


First Floor

A D

B F E
E

B
D

C
C F

First Floor 8
Second Floor

A D

C
B E
F

B C
D
E A

C F

Second Floor 9
Design Proposal

Re-use of this building, while necessarily a

major undertaking due to its current condition, is

allowed great flexibility considering the absence

of historic materials on the interior. Further

facilitating a re-use plan is the inclusion of an

additional lot to the rear of the property, which can


be utilized for parking and eventual development in

the future. In addition to the remediation of the


Rear Lot Edition
exterior issues addressed above the CMU addition

to the rear of the original structure should be removed as well as the two bathroom additions

on the rear of the second floor. Removal of the first floor addition will allow parking which will

have a lesser impact on the secondary lot.

Current zoning of this property allows only

residential or professional use and a mixture of

these uses can be achieved well working with the

existing construction of the building. Traditional use

of this property was a combination of commercial and

residential and this proposed use is in keeping with that

tradition. The masonry construction of the first floor Comparable Zoned Building in the Area

even with the addition of suspected windows in their original locations does not lend itself well

for use as a residence but can serve well as professional offices. Square footage of the space

after removal of the addition is approximately 2500 square feet which could be subdivided into

two reasonably sized offices with fully modern amenities.

The second floor with similar square footage can reasonably serve as two residential

spaces. Ceiling height and space beneath the slope of the roof is sufficient to allow construction
Design Proposal 10
of lofts in both of the residences increasing the overall

area of each space to approximately 1900 square feet.

Again due to the lack of historic material remaining a

great amount of leeway in the final design and materials

used in construction of the units is allowed with the

benefit of realizing a fully modern living space within this

building.
Current State of the scrollwork compared to the
rehabilitated building next door.
Exterior work should be done with sensitivity

to the original materials which do remain and precedence should be given to replicating them

with care. Existing corbels and scrollwork should be

retained and replacements should match these items

in terms of materials, placement and design. Some

evidence remains to indicate the presence of a deck

protruding over York Lane and this should be rebuilt.

Similar mixed commercial and residential buildings of

the time period of Club Asia feature a full balcony

across the main façade of the building and a similar


Inspiration builing from the same time period
balcony could be constructed here to impressive (Front Facade)

effect. Although there is no readily visible indication that

this building was originally constructed with this feature

further investigations following demolition may reveal


evidence to support this idea.

Since none of the original windows or doors appear

to remain replacements can be of modern energy efficient

design yet reflect traditional proportions, materials and

West Facade of Inspiration Building placement. Furthermore the entire structure can be

thoroughly insulated to current standards allowing for a greater level of energy efficiency than

is often found in structures of a similar age.

Design Proposal Continued 11


First Floor Plan

Office Office Office Office Office Office

Conference Kitchen Kitchen


Room

34 ft 7 in
Conference
WC Room WC

Lobby/
Reception WC WC

Lobby Reception

45 ft 8 in

First Floor Plan 12


Second Floor Plan

Bedroom Bath Bedroom Bath

Closet

39 ft 7 in
34 ft 7 in
WC Closet

Grand Room / Kitchen Grand Room / Kitchen

45 ft 8 in

50 ft 8 in

Second Floor Plan 13


Loft Space

Closet/Storage Closet/Storage

Bath Bath

Bedroom Bedroom

Utility Utility

22 ft 4 in

Loft Space 14
Visual and Environmental Impact Study

As the property stands it detracts from the beauty of the surrounding neighborhood made

up of rehabilitated and well-maintained structure. A successful adaptive rehabilitation of

this building will make a complete and cohesive streetscape. The removal of the contemporary

addition to make way for parking in the rear will add to the current traffic pattern but will not

increase it enough to have an effect on the overall vehicular congestion of the area.

Property to the South of 142 Price Street

Property to the North of 142 Price Street

Visual and Environmental Impact Study 15


Proposed Site Plan

Proposed Site Plan 16


Cost Summary

Roof:
Replace metal roof with new galvanized metal roof including built in gutters and
exterior downspouts

$10,352
2nd floor exterior:

Replace or reuse existing siding, replace missing corbels and scrollwork, repair
rotten soffit, replace windows and doors. Paint all.

$25,063.59
Balconies:

Rebuild balconies across main façade and north side of second floor including
balustrade, stairs, roof system and paint.

$14,261.61
2nd Floor Demolition:

Strip upstairs to original stud walls and plywood subfloor.

$1712.40
2 Floor New Construction:
nd

Build 2 residential units on second floor for sale or rental.

$143,375.13
Build loft space in each of residential units:

$53,157.53
Insulation:

Insulate entire 2nd floor including sound absorption between 1st and 2nd floors:

$10,000.60
1st Floor Demolition:

Removal of CMU addition on rear of building, strip interior of space to brick


exterior walls:

$10,740.00
Cost Summary 17
1st Floor Exterior:

Clean and repair stucco, rebuild rear wall at location of removed addition,
determine location of windows on front and remove infill to allow replacement, new
exterior doors and windows, paint:

$46,624.48
1 Floor new construction:
st

Construct 2 office suites on first floor.

$168,835.15
Parking Lot:

Construct new parking lot at rear of building:

$7589.21
Refuse and disposal fees:

$7500

Total Construction Costs:

$499,210.68
20% markup costs

$99,842.14
10% Contingency Costs:

$49,921.07

Building Acquisition Costs:

$475,000
Project Total:

$1,123,973.89

Cost Summary 18
Construction Costs

Qty Craft Hours Unit Material Labor Equipment Total

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Roof

Galvanized steel corrugated roofing

remove, all gauges

1500.00 1D@ 15.00 SF 0.00 480.00 0.00 480.00

Galvanized steel corrugated roofing

replace, 26 gauge

1500.00 6R@ 37.50 SF 1,705.20 2,055.00 0.00 3,760.20

Rain gutter

replace, tin built-in box

50.00 6S@ 84.50 LF 1,494.50 3,524.50 0.00 5,019.00

Rain gutter downspout

replace, tin built-in box

50.00 6S@ 1.900 LF 1,014.30 79.50 0.00 1,093.80

Total: $10352

2nd Floor Exterior

24” wide wood double-hung window

60” tall

Construction Costs 19
10.00 1C@ 9.910 Ea 3,341.80 480.40 0.00 3,822.20

add 105% for authentic divided lites

1.00 --@ .0000 -- 3,508.89 0.00 0.00 3,508.89

Paint large window

3 coats

8.00 5F@ 9.200 Ea 264.99 458.08 0.00 723.07

Soffit, tongue-&-groove

replace, cedar, simple pattern

100.00 6S@ 6.100 SF 421.40 254.00 0.00 675.40

Paint exterior soffit

3 coats

468.00 5F@ 15.44 SF 252.25 767.52 0.00 1,019.77

Dolly Varden siding

replace, pine, select grade

1880.00 6S@ 73.32 SF 6,079.92 3,064.40 0.00 9,144.32

Paint exterior siding

3 coats

2112.00 5F@ 69.69 SF 1,138.37 3,463.68 0.00 4,602.05

Replace gingerbread corbel

custom grade, longest leg up to 20” long, with very ornate sawn pattern

9.00 1C@ 3.231 Ea 1,058.40 156.60 0.00 1,215.00

Paint gingerbread corbel

3 coats

9.00 5F@ 6.381 Ea 35.19 317.70 0.00 352.89

Construction Costs 20
Entry door fixed transom

replace, single entry door, standard grade

1.00 1C@ 1.000 Ea 147.98 48.48 0.00 196.46

Exterior door jamb & casing

replace, paint-grade pine

1.00 1C@ 1.750 Ea 53.31 84.84 0.00 138.15

Paint-grade wood entry door

replace, standard grade

1.00 1C@ .2120 Ea 279.30 10.28 0.00 289.58

Remove asbestos-based materials

asbestos-based siding

300.00 1H@ 53.70 SF 296.94 2,712.00 62.37 3,071.31

Total: $25063.59

Balconies

Rebuild exterior deck joist system: front and north side

2” x 6” joists

366.00 6C@ 24.52 SF 871.59 1,035.78 0.00 1,907.37

Replace exterior deck railing: front and north side

treated wood

73.00 6C@ 20.07 LF 596.64 847.53 0.00 1,444.17

3’ wide exterior deck stairs, replace north side

treated wood

Construction Costs 21
15.00 6C@ 8.805 Ea 554.19 371.70 0.00 925.89

Build 2 exterior deck joist system east side

2” x 8” joists

70.00 6C@ 4.970 SF 185.22 210.00 0.00 395.22

2’ 6” wide deck stairs, 2 staircases east side

treated wood

30.00 6C@ 16.20 Ea 1,043.70 684.00 0.00 1,727.70

2î x 6î rafters for hipped roof over balcony

4/12 slope, replace

360.00 6C@ 12.60 SF 366.91 532.80 0.00 899.71

Additional costs for hand-framed roofs

for hip roof, per lf of width

5.00 6C@ 1.060 LF 12.05 44.75 0.00 56.80

4î x 4î posts champhered edge

treated pine

10.00 6C@ .4200 LF 42.04 17.70 0.00 59.74

Galvanized steel corrugated roofing-Balcony roof

replace, 26 gauge

360.00 6R@ 9.000 SF 409.25 493.20 0.00 902.45

Exterior doors

-2 French incl all hardware

Exterior French door

replace, full-lite insulated with simulated grid

2.00 1C@ .0000 Ea 3,813.92 0.00 0.00 3,813.92

Construction Costs 22
Exterior Door w/ transom

Paint-grade wood entry door incl transom and hardware

replace, high grade

1.00 1C@ .0000 Ea 1,281.76 0.00 0.00 1,281.76

paint exterior doors

3 coats

3.00 5F@ .0000 Ea 845.88 0.00 0.00 845.88

Total: $14260.61

2nd floor interior

2nd Floor Demolition

Demolition of upstairs: remove OSB and Newer Framing work. Historic framing to be left in
place.

Stripping interiors to bare walls and sub-floor

typical room

1500.00 1D@ 37.50 SF 0.00 1,200.00 0.00 1,200.00

removal of existing bathroom additions on rear of building

2.00 1D@ 16.00 SF 0.00 512.40 0.00 512.40

Total: $1712.40

2nd Floor New Construction

new walls Apt 1: 2” x 4” interior partition wall, per lf

replace, 11’ tall 16” on center

27.00 6C@ 6.588 LF 296.35 278.10 0.00 574.45

New walls Apt 2: 2” x 4” interior partition wall, per lf

Construction Costs 23
replace, 11’ tall 16” on center

5.00 6C@ 1.220 LF 54.88 51.50 0.00 106.38

Additional framing as needed in addition to existing framing

16” on center

1.00 6C@ 40.00 SF 0.17 1,689.00 0.00 1,689.17

Build division wall delineating units 1 and 2: 2” x 6” interior bearing wall, per lf

11’ tall 16” on center

34.00 6C@ 9.078 LF 786.35 383.18 0.00 1,169.53

Apt 1: 1/2” drywall installed

replace, with smooth-wall finish

2987.00 6D@ 122.4 SF 1,785.63 5,406.47 0.00 7,192.10

Apt 2: 1/2” drywall installed

replace, with smooth-wall finish

2871.00 6D@ 117.7 SF 1,716.28 5,196.51 0.00 6,912.79

5/8” Type X drywall installed to provide 2hr fire protection between units

replace, with smooth-wall finish

726.00 6D@ 29.76 SF 638.88 1,314.06 0.00 1,952.94

Reclaimed antique longleaf pine flooring

replace, prime grade

2000.00 5I@ 176.0 SF 24,696.00 7,420.00 0.00 32,116.00

Complete house electrical wiring

replace, high grade

2000.00 9E@ 208.0 SF 4,900.00 9,120.00 0.00 14,020.00

Construction Costs 24
Breaker panel

replace, 200 amp interior panel 40 breaker capacity, 15 breakers installed

2.00 7E@ 19.54 Ea 1,248.52 984.80 0.00 2,233.32

200 amp conduit service entrance

replace

2.00 7E@ 39.80 Ea 2,606.80 2,006.00 0.00 4,612.80

Complete house supply lines, waste lines & finish fixtures

high grade (PVC DWV, Cu supply)

2000.00 7P@ 172.0 SF 8,310.40 8,980.00 0.00 17,290.40

Tile floor- 2 full 1 half bath

replace, high grade

150.00 5I@ 27.00 SF 1,156.89 1,137.00 0.00 2,293.89

7’ tall tile bathtub surround

replace, adhesive set on tile backer board

2.00 1T@ 12.48 Ea 795.76 566.00 0.00 1,361.76

Cultured granite countertop

replace

60.00 2I@ 18.84 SF 1,517.04 755.40 0.00 2,272.44

Lower kitchen cabinet

replace, standard grade

14.00 2I@ 5.040 LF 1,355.54 202.16 0.00 1,557.70

Upper kitchen cabinet

replace, standard grade

14.00 2I@ 4.886 LF 1,266.36 195.86 0.00 1,462.22

Construction Costs 25
Lower kitchen island cabinet

replace, standard grade

12.00 2I@ 4.452 LF 1,211.28 178.56 0.00 1,389.84

Cultured marble countertop

add for integrated sink

2.00 --@ .0000 Ea 333.20 0.00 0.00 333.20

Security Systems 2 Residences

2.00 7S@ .0000 Ea 0.00 0.00 5,500.00 5,500.00

Install appliances

2.00 7P@ .0000 Ea 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,255.84

Kitchen appliance allowance

2.00 7P@ .0000 Ea 0.00 0.00 0.00 10,000.00

Replace 3-1/2” pattern base

finger-joint pine

393.00 1C@ 14.93 LF 1,039.88 723.12 0.00 1,763.00

Paint grade doors incl. jambs, casing and hardware

replace

7.00 1C@ .0000 Ea 4,130.00 0.00 0.00 4,130.00

HVAC Duct work

per sf of floor

1500.00 2H@ 48.00 SF 779.10 2,580.00 0.00 3,359.10

Central air conditioning system

replace, 2 ton

Construction Costs 25
2.00 2H@ 17.04 Ea 2,058.00 917.20 0.00 2,975.20

Thermostat

replace, programmable with zone control

2.00 2H@ 8.580 Ea 227.36 461.80 0.00 689.16

Heat pump with supplementary heat coil

replace, 2 ton

2.00 2H@ 39.00 Ea 5,194.00 2,100.00 0.00 7,294.00

Furnace vent pipe, double wall (all fuels)

replace, 4” diameter

20.00 2H@ 6.360 LF 101.72 342.40 0.00 444.12

Interior Paint

3 coats

5823.00 5F@ 75.69 SF 1,597.83 3,784.95 0.00 5,382.78

Total: $143375.13

Lofts

2” x 8” joist system, loft space

16” on center

1350.00 6C@ 32.40 SF 1,931.58 1,363.50 0.00 3,295.08

Reclaimed antique longleaf pine flooring loft space

replace, prime grade

1350.00 5I@ 118.8 SF 16,669.80 5,008.50 0.00 21,678.30

Prefabricated spiral stairs

replace, standard grade

Construction Costs 27
30.00 1C@ 25.65 st 11,554.20 1,243.50 0.00 12,797.70

matching bulustrade

standard grade

1.00 1C@ .0000 Ea 4,150.00 0.00 0.00 4,150.00

2” x 4” interior partition walls, per sf loft closets

16” on center

140.00 6C@ 4.200 SF 161.90 177.80 0.00 339.70

Bypassing door (per section) loft closets

replace, paint-grade pine panel

4.00 1C@ 3.020 Ea 454.72 144.96 0.00 599.68

Jamb & casing for folding or bypassing door opening

Jamb & casing for folding or bypassing door opening replace, paint grade

72.00 1C@ 7.848 LF 83.26 376.56 0.00 459.82

12î round columns load bearing for loft joist system

replace, composite materials

88.00 1C@ 29.30 LF 3,932.54 1,406.24 0.00 5,338.78

1/2” drywall installed loft

replace, with smooth-wall finish

1350.00 6D@ 55.35 SF 807.03 2,443.50 0.00 3,250.53

Paint lofts

3 coats

1350.00 5F@ 17.55 SF 370.44 877.50 0.00 1,247.94

Total: $53157.53

Construction Costs 28
Insulation

Fiberglass batt insulation in ceiling, attic or floor

R19 (6” deep)

6000.00 1I@ 66.00 SF 3,939.60 2,340.00 0.00 6,279.60

Fiberglass batt insulation in ceiling, attic or floor

R30 (9-1/2” deep)

2500.00 1I@ 30.00 SF 2,646.00 1,075.00 0.00 3,721.00

Tota: $10000.60

1st Floor Demolition

Demolition of addition rear of building

1.00 --@ .0000 Ea 0.00 0.00 0.00 5,000.00

Stripping interiors to bare walls and sub-floor

typical room

2000.00 1D@ 148.0 SF 0.00 4,740.00 0.00 4,740.00

Removal of infill at location of suspected original windows

1.00 --@ .0000 -- 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,000.00

Total: $10740

1st Floor Exterior

Repair existing Stucco replace to match on rear of building

1000.00 6P@ 75.00 SF 401.80 3,460.00 0.00 3,861.80

Rebuild 2” x 4” exterior walls on rear of Building where Addition is to be Removed, per sf

replace, 16” on center

Construction Costs 29
500.00 6C@ 17.00 SF 769.30 720.00 0.00 1,489.30

Steel entry door at north and south of 1st floor to provide emergency exits

replace, high grade

2.00 1C@ .4240 Ea 691.88 20.56 0.00 712.44

Emergency door hardware

high grade

1.00 1C@ .0000 Ea 900.00 0.00 0.00 900.00

36” wide aluminum fixed window rear offices

60” tall

6.00 1C@ 5.946 Ea 1,181.88 288.24 0.00 1,470.12

72” wide aluminum fixed window front and side

72” tall

4.00 1C@ 11.76 Ea 1,818.88 570.00 0.00 2,388.88

Exterior main entry doors Front: Full Lite French Doors

metal

1.00 1C@ .2120 Ea 1,500.00 10.28 0.00 1,510.28

Paint-grade wood entry door front residence entrance

replace, high grade

1.00 1C@ .0000 Ea 0.00 0.00 0.00 795.25

Stain & varnish wood entry door(residence)

3 coats

1.00 5F@ 2.430 Ea 42.73 121.00 0.00 163.73

Paint stucco

Construction Costs 30
3 coats

1700.00 5F@ 51.00 SF 799.68 2,533.00 0.00 3,332.68

Total: $46624.48

1St. Floor Interior

2” x 4” interior partition wall, per lf

replace, 10’ tall 16” on center

702.00 6C@ 171.2 LF 7,705.15 7,230.60 0.00 14,935.75

Conduit, average installation

Flexible metal conduit of various diameters: 72% 1/2”; 13% 3/4”; 15% misc. EMT, IMC and RMC

conduit

2000.00 9E@ 82.00 SF 4,135.60 3,600.00 0.00 7,735.60

Low-voltage wiring runs

Low voltage computer network wiring (per outlet) with up to 28 lf computer network cable

10.00 9E@ 3.580 Ea 314.58 156.90 0.00 471.48

Low-voltage wiring runs

Low-voltage wiring for intercom (per station) with up to 32 lf of #18/2 low-voltage wire

10.00 9E@ 6.190 Ea 156.80 271.30 0.00 428.10

Low-voltage wiring runs

Low voltage wiring for phone wiring (per outlet) with up to 30 lf 4 or 8 bell wire

10.00 9E@ 3.580 Ea 59.68 156.90 0.00 216.58

Breaker panel

replace, 300 amp exterior panel 42 breaker capacity, 30 breakers installed

2.00 7E@ 28.60 Ea 1,358.28 1,441.40 0.00 2,799.68

Construction Costs 31
Complete house electrical wiring

replace, high grade

2500.00 9E@ 260.0 SF 6,125.00 11,400.00 0.00 17,525.00

200 amp conduit service entrance

replace

2.00 7E@ 39.80 Ea 2,606.80 2,006.00 0.00 4,612.80

Complete house rough plumbing (no fixtures)

standard grade (PVC DWV, Cu supply)

2500.00 7P@ 105.0 SF 2,327.50 5,475.00 0.00 7,802.50

plumbing fixtures allowance

standard grade

2.00 7P@ .0000 Ea 0.00 0.00 8,000.00 8,000.00

Security System

2 offices

2.00 7S@ .0000 Ea 0.00 0.00 5,500.00 5,500.00

Central air conditioning system

replace, 3 ton

2.00 2H@ 14.66 Ea 3,332.00 789.20 0.00 4,121.20

Heat pump with supplementary heat coil

replace, 2 ton

2.00 2H@ 39.00 Ea 5,194.00 2,100.00 0.00 7,294.00

Thermostat

replace, programmable with zone control

2.00 2H@ 8.580 Ea 227.36 461.80 0.00 689.16

Construction Costs 32
Duct work

2.00 2H@ 87.60 Ea 1,552.32 4,716.00 0.00 6,268.32

2’ x 4’ narrow suspended grid

baked enamel

2500.00 1S@ 32.50 SF 1,372.00 1,275.00 0.00 2,647.00

2’ x 4’ suspended ceiling tile

textured face

2500.00 1S@ 27.50 SF 2,425.50 1,075.00 0.00 3,500.50

2’ x 4’ suspended ceiling tile

add for fire-rated tile installed with clips

2500.00 1S@ 20.00 SF 1,053.50 775.00 0.00 1,828.50

1/2” drywall installed

replace, with smooth-wall finish

7722.00 6D@ 316.6 SF 4,616.21 13,976.82 0.00 18,593.03

1/2” drywall installed

add for 1/2” type X fire-rated drywall

660.00 --@ .0000 SF 71.15 0.00 0.00 71.15

Jamb & casing for interior doors

replace, paint-grade pine

17.00 1C@ 24.31 Ea 351.53 1,178.61 0.00 1,530.14

Paint grade doors

replace

14.00 1C@ 2.492 Ea 8,135.96 120.82 0.00 8,256.78

Construction Costs 33
Interior door lockset

replace, high grade

14.00 1C@ 5.670 Ea 694.23 274.82 0.00 969.05

Paint interior doors

3 coats

14.00 5F@ 10.20 Ea 256.56 508.20 0.00 764.76

Paint plaster or drywall

3 coats

7722.00 5F@ 100.3 SF 2,118.92 5,019.30 0.00 7,138.22

Tile floor- 4 Baths 3 Kitchens

replace, high grade

266.00 5I@ 47.88 SF 2,051.55 2,016.28 0.00 4,067.83

Cast-in-place thinset terrazzo floor

lobbies and entry

332.00 5I@ 42.49 SF 1,548.71 1,789.48 0.00 3,338.19

Carpet

replace, standard grade

143.00 5I@ 19.73 SY 3,251.25 830.83 0.00 4,082.08

Cherry Floors conference and common areas

replace, unit block

608.00 5I@ 55.93 SF 5,958.40 2,359.04 0.00 8,317.44

Lower kitchen cabinet

replace, standard grade

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28.00 2I@ 10.08 LF 2,711.07 404.32 0.00 3,115.39

Upper kitchen cabinet

replace, standard grade

28.00 2I@ 9.772 LF 2,532.71 391.72 0.00 2,924.43

Cultured granite countertop

replace

56.00 2I@ 17.58 SF 1,415.90 705.04 0.00 2,120.94

Replace 3-1/2” pattern base

finger-joint pine

702.00 1C@ 26.67 LF 1,857.49 1,291.68 0.00 3,149.17

Paint wood trim, simple design

3 coats

702.00 5F@ 16.14 LF 192.63 807.30 0.00 999.93

Total: $168835.13

Parking Lot

Brick, standard grade paving for parking in rear of building

replace, sand base

810.00 4M@ 119.0 SF 2,008.31 5,580.90 0.00 7,589.21

Total: $7589.21

Dumpster and Disposal Fees

Construction Costs 35
30 CY Dumpster @ $360 per week for 4 weeks $1500

120 CY debris disposed of at $50 per CY $6000

Total: $7500

Sub-Total: $499210.68

20% Markup Costs: $99842.14

10% Contingency Costs: $49921.07

Total: $648973.89

Building Acquisition Cost: $475000

Final Cost: $1,123,973.89

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