Pulling it All Together - Appendices

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Example Summary Arrangements

The possible arrangement for summaries is infinite, as projects/programs vary widely and will usually be unique in one way or another. Note: the following examples are hierarchical in layout, and this is indicated by text indentation. Group sub-totals may be included for each level leading to a final Grand Total(these are not shown in the following examples).

Simple -Aggregation

Word-based reports will use similar arrangements being like chapter headings in a typical book Table of Contents. This same arrangement may also be used for monetary summaries. Total sums (the bottom line of each “chapter”) are included against each title, and sub-totalled and totalled as necessary. This summary may be called a Grand Summary.

Simple Single Building

Building

Related Sitework

 

Simple Highway Program

Road Section 1

Main Highway

Service Roads

Bridge 1

Bridge 2

Bridge …

Tunnel …

Service Area

Building

Related Sitework

Road Section 2

Ditto. as above

Road Section

Ditto. as above

 

Simple Campus Like

Building 1

Building 2

Building …

Sitework

 

Simple Airport

Air-Side

Runway 14/32

Runway

Taxiway Alpha

Taxiway …

Ramp/Apron

Service Roads (location)

Service Roads …

Tunnel 1

Tunnel …

Bridge 1

Bridge …

Sitework

Ground-Side

Building 1

Building 2

Building …

Entrance Road

Tunnel 1

Tunnel …

Bridge 1

Bridge …

Sitework

 

Complex - Abstractions

Word-based reports might well use similar arrangements, as shown above and below, working like chapter headings in a book as in a Table of Contents too. However, in monetary summaries each space type would be represented by a full and complete Elemental Cost Summary OR a full and complete Elemental Analysis. The complete building would be represented by an elemental summary OR an elemental cost analysis which will be an aggregation of the space type summaries OR analyses. These aggregations may perhaps be called an Elemental Grand Summary OR Elemental Grand Analysis.

Complex Buildings

 

Shopping Mall

Retail Space

Mall

Support Space

Related Sitework

 

Mixed Use Building

Parking

Retail

Office Space

Residential Space

Related Sitework

 

Hotel

Front of House

Back of House

Food and Beverage Services

Meeting and Banquet

Guest Accommodation

Parking

Related Sitework

 

Complex Bridge

            (Long bridges often use differing design solutions for specific spans)

            Approach spans

             Main spans

            etc

 

Additional Background Notes

Referred directly to the Ministry of Transport Ontario web page the following two links will demonstrate that programs carried out under constraints of time, money, approvals, land acquisition, and other impediments will generate many projects (contracts and cost divisions) and that, when using UNIFORMAT II, each entity, within each contract or division, will be dealt with individually creating a very ‘granular’ level of description and control.

Highway 416

North

From Highway 417 to Century Road http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/traveller/416/north.shtml

South

From Century Road to Highway 401 http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/traveller/416/south.shtml