Industrial Piping and Equipment Estimation Manual delivers an invaluable resource for day-to-day operations. Packed full of worksheets covering combined and simple cycle power plants, refineries, compressor stations, ethanol, hydrogen and biomass plants, this reference helps the construction engineer and estimator learn how to create bids where scope and quantity differences can be identified and project impacts estimated. Beginning with an introduction devoted to labor, productivity measurement, estimating methods, and factors affecting construction labor productivity and impacts of overtime, the author then explores equipment through hands-on estimation tables, including sample estimates and statistical applications.
The book rounds out with a glossary, abbreviations list, formulas, and metric/standard conversions, and is an ideal reference for estimators, engineers and managers with the level of detail and equipment breakdown necessary for today's industrial operations.
- Includes day-to-day worksheets to help users estimate equipment and piping for any plant or refinery project
- Presents the comparison method to estimate similarities and differences between proposed and previously installed equipment
- Helps users understand and produce more accurate direct costs with sample estimates
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2. Combined Cycle Power Plant Equipment
3. Simple Cycle Power Plant Equipment
4. Refinery and Hydrogen Plant Equipment
5. Compressor Station Equipment
6. Biomass Plant Equipment
7. Ethanol Plant Equipment
8. Estimates for Piping and Equipment
Kenneth Storm is currently an Independent Consultant and Chief Estimator for ARB, Inc., preparing construction estimates on a variety of projects such as power plants, oil refineries, petroleum industry tank farms, and pipeline compressors ranging in price from $500,000 to over $250 million in scope. Accumulating over 35 years of experience, he worked as a major project engineer and piping engineer for a variety of projects through CBI Services, Tosco, Exxon, and Union Oil Refinery. Kenneth graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics from the University of San Francisco, a BSc in Mathematics and Statistics from California State University, a degree from the Graduate School of Statistics from Oregon State University, and a degree from the Joint Graduate Center at Washington State University and Oregon State. He is licensed and certified as a California General Engineering Contractor, a Certified Welding Inspector, and a member of the American Mathematical Association.