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102 CAPTool User Guide Step 5a: Countermeasure Costs Introduction The Basic CAPTool uses logical cost assumptions based upon information from the RS Means cost estimating manual, practitioner advice, and the experience of the research team. In this enhanced feature, the user may enter the screen and change any of the assumptions con- cerning costs. Purpose This step allows the user to apply local cost information. Local cost information provides more accurate cost estimates in the reports summary. Assumptions The user desired to apply local cost figures using the Enhanced CAPTool. User Inputs The user manually enters cost data for selected countermeasures (Figure 16). Output The user has access to more accurate costs for countermeasures to be considered.
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1 1a 2 3 4 5a 5b 5c 5 6 Expanded CAPTool Reset Previous Review Countermeasure Unit Costs Instructions If you wish to modify any of the per-unit countermeasure costs, please do so below by entering the new value into the appropriate field. When Next finished modifying, or if the defaults are acceptable, click "Continue." "Reset" restores the defaults. ESTIMATED PER- UNIT COST (x1000) Comments Unit of measure one per 100 feet of road or perimeter. Assumes nearby power connection, no 1 Lighting $11.30 demolition or excavating. 1 10 jersey barriers and two end planters to 2 Barriers & Berms $3.30 cover 100 feet of space 1 12 foot height security fence, in concrete with 4 Physical Security gates (6 feet high, 3 feet wide). Infrared detection system. Power install, relay to central Countermeasures monitor. Excludes central monitoring station 3 Fences $21.00 operation. 100 linear feet 4 CCTV $17.50 4 remote PTZ cameras, one control panel 1 5 Intrusion Detection Devices $0.90 1 burglar alarm with remote signal installed 1 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee 1 FTE employee 6 Physical Inspection of asset $30.00 dedicated to this task per year 7 ID Cards $10.00 6 zone system with database, installed 6 zones 6 facial and fingerprint scanners, database, 8 Biometrics $50.00 installed 6 zones 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 9 Background Checks $57.00 dedicated to this task year 6 portals, 4 handhelds, installed. Assumes no 10 Metal Detectors $138 .00 demolition and nearby power source 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 11 Restricted Parking $18.45 dedicated to this task year 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per Access Control 12 Random Inspections $30.00 dedicated to this task year 1 FTE contract Countermeasures 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 13 Visible Badges $30.00 dedicated to this task year 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 14 Limited Access Points $30.00 dedicated to this task year 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 15 Visitor Control & Escort $30.00 dedicated to this task year 1 cipher lockset, installed. Assumes no 16 Locks $1.20 demolition or heavy construction Each 17 Explosive Detection $257 .00 2 portals, 2 handhelds, with power 2+2 18 Establish Clear Zones $0.10 100 sq yards. Assumes no demolition 100-SY 19 Visible Signs $0.09 1 aluminum sign 18 inches high, with base Each Estimates must be changed to reflect local 20 Seismic Retrofitting $10,000.00 variation Per application Class III standpipe system with Type 2 water Asset supply to 10,000 sf building. System includes Design/Engineering minimum 20 pull stations with master box, annunciator, and central station relay. 21 Fire Detection & Supression $459 .99 Assumes minimal demolition. Estimates must be changed to reflect local 22 Encasement, Wrapping, Jacketing $0.60 variation 100-SF 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 23 Patrols $30.00 dedicated to this task year 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 24 WX/Seismic Information $100 .00 dedicated to this task year 1 FTE contract 1 full time equivalent (FTE) contract employee employee per 25 Intelligence Networking $100 .00 dedicated to this task year Assumes complete start up of hazmat Operational remediation program providing 24 hour coverage. Mechanized crew of 8 persons. Countermeasures 26 HAZMAT Mitigation $1,329.60 Excludes material dumping costs 1 crew 27 Security Awareness Training $100 .00 Contracted 1 program 28 Emergency Response Training $100 .00 Contracted 1 program 29 Emergency Evacuation Planning $100 .00 Designed program for structures and stations 1 program Pre-staged and marked detours. Deploys one $9,000 fixed cost FT traffic engineer, 1 PT carpenter, 1 PT - $211,000 per 30 Planned Redundancy (e.g., detours) $220 .00 operating engineer, year 2FT employee 31 Public Information and Dissemination $150 .00 1 PIO, 1 web technician. per year Figure 16. Countermeasure cost entry.