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KAON FACTORY STUDY CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND COST ESTIMATE TRIUMF 4004 WESBROOK MALL VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA V6T 2A3 KAOM FACTORY STUDY CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND COST ESTIMATE TRIUMF 4004 WESBROOK MALL VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA V6T 2A3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE 1.1 Overall Construction 1.2 Issues at Startup 1.3 Technical and Conventional Construction 2 COST ESTIMATE 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Objectives 2,3 Organization 2.4 Methodology 2.5 Cost Estimate Basis 2.6 Conventional Construction 2.7 Technical Systems 2.8 Engineering, Design, Inspection and Architecture 2.9 Management and Support 2.10 Statement of Accuracy 2.11 Ancillary Project Costs 2.12 . KAON Factory Cost Summaries APPENDICES A. Work Breakdown Structures and Definitions B. Cost Estimate Details CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE ACTIVITY APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE FUNDING IN PLACE SENIOR KAON STAFF IN PLACE TIME = 0 CONVENTIONAL PROJECT MANAGER IN PLACE KEY TECHNICAL DESIGN STAFF IN PLACE TECHNICAL DESIGN CONVENTIONAL DESIGN CONSULTANTS IN PLACE CONVENTIONAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED FOR EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES BOOSTER TUNNEL & BUILDING CONSTRUCTION BOOSTER TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING 3 GeV BEAM OUT MAIN RING TUNNEL & BLDG CONSTRUCTION MAIN RING TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING 30 GeV BEAM OUT EXPERIMENTAL HALL CONSTRUCTION EXPERIMENTAL HALL TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING 30 GeV TO TARGET EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM BEGINS 1990 • • • 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 I • • • • • --~--... -... • • KAON FACTORY MILESTONE SCHEDULE 1 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE 1.1 Overall Construction Schedule The schedule for construction of the KAON Factory has been developed to provide coor-dination of technical and conventional construction with the objective of accelerating the beam through all five rings and reaching the design target of 30 Ge V at the end of the capi tal program. The overall period for the capital construction program was determined to be five years. The five year program is planned to start formally in January 1991 on the assumption that several very key steps have been completed in the period following submission of this design report. 1.2 Issues at Startup The schedule assumes that approval in principle to fund the KAON Factory is granted in mid 1990 with initial funding in place in October 1990. The schedule also assumes that the senior management and staff for KAON construction, including the Project Leader, will be put in place very shortly after approval in principle has been secured. This is viewed as a very important step as several matters must be attended to in a timely fashion, otherwise the 5-year program will be placed in jeopardy. Some of these key matters include: • Establishment of the organizational structure for design and construction • Establishment of hiring policies and hiring key technical staff • Implementation of the process for further refining the initial experimental program to set the conventional and technical requirements of the experimental facilities by mid 1991. • Establishment of office facilities. 1.3 Technical and Conventional Construction Design, construction and installation periods for the technical components used in the scheduling are based on experiences of accelerator personnel at TRIUMF as well as those at other laboratories, together with vendors and quotations. 1 Separate detailed PERT charts, each dated December 12, 1989, have been established for each of the major technical component groups. Pert No. TUk KF-MAG KF- PS KF - EXPER KF-RF KF- EXTRA KF - DIAG KF - INT KF - VAC KF - CONT KF - KICK1 KF - KICK2 Magnets Power Supplies Experimental Facilities RF Cyclotron Extraction Beam diagnostics System Integration Vacuum Controls Injection and Ext. Kickers Diag. Kickers and 1 MHz Chopper The schedule assumes sequential commissioning of the two accelerators. Achievemen"t of 3 GeV in the Booster is scheduled for early 1995 with 30 GeV in the main rings following at the end of that year. Design work on the conventional facilities is planned to start in mid 1991. This is on the assumption that the technical design will have advanced to the point that the precision of space, mechanical and electrical requirements of the accelerator will permit the most effective utilization of the conventional design consultants. The schedule also assumes that the conventional construction will be tendered in about 8 packages. The construction schedule is presented in two formats . • Milestone schedule • Summary bar chart. 2 COST ESTIMATE Contents 2 COST ESTIMATE 1 2.1 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1 2.2 OBJECTIVES .................................. 2 2.3 ORGANIZATION ................ .... ............ 2 2.4 METHODOLOGy....................... .. ....... G 2.5 COST ESTIMATE BASIS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 12 2.6 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 37 2.7 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS ..................... . . . . . .. 40 2.8 ENGINEERING, DESIGN, INSPECTION AND ARCHITECTURE . . .. 42 2.9 MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 43 2.10 STATEMENT OF ACCURACY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 45 2.11 ANCILLARY PROJECT COSTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 45 2.12 KAON FACTORY COST SUMMARIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 47 APPENDICES A. Work Breakdown Structures and Definitions B. Cost Estimate Details 2 COST ESTIMATE 2.1 INTRODUCTION The cost estimate for the five year capital construction program of the KAON Factory is $693.4 million 1989 Canadian dollars. This report will describe the methods used to develop the cost estimate, and is prescnt.cd within the following sections: • OBJECTIVES Describes the objectives established for the KAON Factory PDS rega.rding costs. • ORGANIZATION Description of KAON Factory PDS Team assembled to develop design and cost basis. • METHODOLOGY Describes procedures used in establishing, gathering and reporting costs. • COST ESTIMATE BASIS Describes the foundation of the cost estimate with respect to assumptions, conditions and methods. • CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION Supply, erection and installation of conventional facilities are reviewed within this section. • TECHNICAL SYSTEMS Supply and installed costs are identified within this section for all technical systems of the KAON Factory. • E, D, I and A. Describes the engineering, design, inspection and a.rchitectural costs of the final de-sign and construction. Conventional and technical systems will be covered wi thin this section. • STATEMENT OF ACCURACY Description of contingency values placed against each of the KAON Factory areas. • OTHER COSTS Identification and discussion of costs which fall outside of the 5 year capital program but which ultimately will be part of the overall KAON Factory prognun. 1 • KAON FACTORY COST SUMMARIES Contained within this section will be various cost summary reports for the KAON Factory. Cost reports will not go below the summary code level. The appendices will contain detailed costs information • APPENDICES Appendix A - Identification and Definitions of Work Breakdown Structure (WDS). Appendix B - Detailed Cost Estimate Reports and Information. 2.2 OBJECTIVES The initial step of the KAON Factory cost estimate program was the establishment of a set of objectives to ensure that the completed costing data would accurately represent the requirements of a KAON Factory. The objectives for the KAON Factory cost estimate are: • Develop a cost estimate that accurately reflects the PDS design and is a realistic cost estimate of the KAON Factory work scope. • PDS cost estimate structure to allow for ease of transition into to a project design and construction budget. • Cost estimate structure to allow for varying degrees of reporting deta.il. • A comprehensive work breakdown structure to be developed. • Estimating practices to provide for a 'cost audit trail' from design documents to final reports. • Cost reporting comparison to historical KAON information. On completion of the KAON Factory cost estimate, subsequent reviews and verifications, we feel that all costing objectives have been met and exceeded. 2.3 ORGANIZATION Work of the KAON Factory PDS has been divided into conventional construction and technical systems. 2 Teams were assembled for each component to develop design basis information, prototyping and costing. Figure 2.3A identifies the overall PDS organization, with Fig. 2.3B identifying the con-ventional construction organization. 3 ~ I BUILDINGS H PIlOJECT KGR. TUNNELS SERVICES UHA SPANTEC I. Thorson CONVENTIONAL FACILITY DESIGN CONSULTS KAON FACTORY STUDY GENERAL ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE DEPUTY I IKAON FACTORY PROJECT LEADER I IADHIN ASST. (M.K.Craddock) 1---1 A. Astbury ~ P.Stevart I SCIENCE DIV. P. Kitching I I-l SCIENCE (P.lC.1tching) (D. Bryman) (J.Ng) (A. Olin) EXPERIMENTAL AREAS J. Beveridge -J.DoornboB -(G.Stinson) -(D.Revell) SHIELDING I. Thorson l-(D.Axen) Figure TECHNICAL DIV. E.Blacklllore SYSTEMS INTEGRATION E.Blackmore t---HI IMAGNETS A Otter -G. Clark -M.Zanolli TARGET AREAS I--T.Hodges I -R.Langstaff -(N.Khan) -C.Baddock -(P.Reeve) -(D.Evans ) -(L.Ellstrolll) -(V.Verma) -P.Schvandt KICKERS G.Wait -M.Baroes -(E.Gathright) -(G.Waters) POWER SUPPLIESI--YIl.F SYSTEMS K. Re1niger R.Poirier I -E.M1ckenhagen -T.Enegren -P.Rarmer -(Il.Burge) -(K.Fong) -J .I.u -(W. Uzat) 2.3A -M.Lear 1 ACCELERATOR 01 H.Craddock ACCELERATOR DESIGN (M.Craddock) -R.Baartman -S .Koscielniak -U.Wienands -F Jones -(G. Mackenzie) -(G.Stinson) -(R.Servranckx) BEAM PIPE C.Oram -(T.Hodges) -(J.Yaodon) CONTROLS D.Dohan -P.BroVD -(R.Burge) -(S.Sarkar) - (D .Bishop) -B. Frallllllery -D.Schultz -(P.Grant) 1 CYCLOTRON DIV G.Dutto I ~ H EXTRACTION H. Zach -R.Laxdal -K.Lukas -P.Verstraaten -D.Ross -(R. Wors ham) -(G.Mackenzie) -(G .Stanford) -(J.Pearson) -(T .ElIIIIII!ns) -(K.Fong) TRIUMF /KAON PROJECT DEFINITION STUDY TEAM I UMA SPANTEC LTD . UMA SP ANTEC LTD. UMA SP ANTEC LTD. PROJECT PRINCIPLE PROJECT MANAGER ASS'T PROJECT MANAGER -G. Ritchie G. Ridout J3. Hawkins I r I I UMA SPANTEC LTD. UMA SPANTEC LTD. UMA SPANTEC LTD. UMA SPANTEC LTD. UMA SPANTEC LTD. DESIGN MGR DESIGN MGR DESIGN MGR DESIGN MGR DESIGN MGR PACKAGE 1 PACKAGE 2 PACKAGE 3 PACKAGE 4 PACKAGE 5 G. Ridout B. Hawkins B. Hawkins D. Docking -G. Ridout I I I I STEWART-EBA D.W.Thomson HIPP ENGINEERING PHILLIPS BARRATT CHERNOFF THOMPSON E.J. Bazett r- T.A. Maranda R. Marek KAISER, D.Summer ARCHITECTS R. Chernoff Cl1 SANDWELL SWAN KELLER & GANNON WOOSTER 10- T.M. Reinarts . J. Rapson CORNERSTONE !-- PLANNING GROUP W. Wood SPECTRUM ENGINEERING - J.G. Biggs BUSH BOHLMAN & PARTNER r-- L. Bohlman R. Prescott KEEN ENGINEERING B. McCarry - K. Hydes ~ GAARDER LOVICK ENGINEERING D. Lovick 2.4 METHODOLOGY In order to ensure that all elements of a KAON Factory would be reviewed in establishillg a design and cost basis, a detailed work breakdown structure (WBS) was established. Due to the complexity of the project and the many groups and individuals involved in producing design and costing information, the WBS is the overall co-ordination tool for establishing a consistent cost estimating structure. Appendix A presents the WBS and definitions. All costs for the KAON Factory are in 1989 dollars. Cost are identified into four main cost classes: M - Material T - TRIUMF Labour E - Equipment C - Contractors. Within the .cost classes of T - TRIUMF labour and C - Contractors, the manhours have been identified where applicable. Labour rates for tradespeople supplied by contractors are charge out rates, that is, the rates include benefits, burdens, overhead and profit. All rates are currently in effect within the Vancouver area of British Columbia, Canada. Rates for trade classifications are as follows: Trade $/hr Carpenter 39.70 Electrical 39.20 Plumber 39.20 Millwright 39.24 Operating Engineer 37.92 Labourer 25.39 Labour rates for TRIUMF-staff, are based on the current salary structure used within TRI-UMF. The rates used include benefits and holiday pay. Rates for TRIUMF classificatiolls are as follows. 6 Classification Scientific Researcher 25.00 - 35.00 Scientific Engineer 25.00 - 35.00 Senior Management 39.00 - 43.00 Administration 28.00 - 33.00 Designers/Draftspersons 20.00 - 25.00 Teclmicians 20.00 - 26.00 Data Processing 23.00 - 30.00 Purchasing 25.00 - 29.00 Personnel 23.00 - 26.00 Clerical 19:00 - 23:00 Occupational Health TRIUMF Cost Centres Machine Shop Design Office Electronics Shop 20.00 - 24.00 46.00 40.00 40.00 Detailed quantity takeoffs, supplier quotes on equipment and materials have been used in establishing KAON Factory quantities and costs. It was decided early on in the Project Definition Study to establish a cost estimate data base, to gather and report project costs and information. The ORA CLE data base program was used to develop the cost data base program wi thin TRIUMF. Figure 2.4A Estimate Sheet was developed to use as the input vehicle for the data base program. Each PDS team member utilized the WBS in conjunction with the estimat.e sheet to record and report their cost information. Explanation of the estimate sheet fields follows: • Description Alpha-numeric field used for identification purposes., i.e., magnets, power supplies, etc. The data base program could provide a sort of information by this description field. • No. Numeric field used to identify the sheet number. Review of data base input can be tracked back to a specific sheet number. • Project Code Alpha numeric field to distinguish PDS phase from other KAON Factory phases. For example the construction phase would be identified by another code. 7 ESTIMATE SHEET TRIUMF KAON ractory Study DescrIption : No. liAJ AREA TITI.£ ISSlIt· CAT Proje::ct Code-: ~ Dtile : By : ~ Rt:v ~ Date : 13y : Cost Onglll ~ - Allowance. S - Supplieor: E - Estimate J1. T E C -Sum Oll. Descriplion Org CC Qly Unil Rale Malerial 'frium{ Equip. S~b TolaJ Code Code Labour !roon racls Figure 2.4A • Issue Date Alpha numeric field to identify the date the estimate sheet was issued for input to the data base program. • By Alpha field identifying person responsible for information contained on estimate sheet. • Rev. Data Alpha Numeric field used to identify a change to estimate information after the initial input into data base program. • By Alpha field identifying person responsible for estimate revision. • Maj. Ca. Major category is a numeric field within the WBS to identify costs in a summary fashion, which corresponds to historical KAON Factory reporting. • Area Numeric field which is the second layer of the WBS used to identify geographic or key systems within each major category. • Title Alpha field used to identify the major category and areas applicable to their respec-tive codes. • Sum Code Surrunary Code is a numeric field which is the third layer of the WBS. The summary code identifies specific work systems, i.e., 03 - Concrete, 19 Power Supplies. • Dtl. Code Detail Code is a numeric field which is the fourth layer of the WBS. The summary code identifies components within a work system or summary code. • Description Alpha-numeric field used to expand the identification of the summary and detail codes. • Org. Cost origin is an alpha field used to identify the source of the cost information. All the costs can be classified by either: A - Allowance, S - Supplier Quotes, or E -Estimate. This particular field allows for the identification and reporting of costs by the A, S or E. This is useful in reviewing contingencies for each summary account. plus the overall project. 9 • CC Cost Class is an alpha field used to identify all costs by the four categories, M - ma-terial, T - TRIUMF Labour, E - Equipment and C - Contractors. Cost reports can be obtained listing only the T - TRIUMF labour on the project, or E - Equipment on the proj ect. • Qty Quantity is an alpha numeric field identifying the number or amount being estimated. • Unit Unit rate is an alpha numeric field used to identify the cost of the unit that is being estimated. • M, T, E and C Material, TRIUMF Labour, equipment and contractor are numeric fields which iden-tify the resulting cost of what is being estimated. Figure 2.4B shows a sample of a completed estimate sheet. The data base program allows the PDS team to sort and review costs in a multitude of formats or within various estimate layers. This has helped a great deal in reviewing of costs and various scenarios of KAON development. Independent review steps were set up to ensure the accuracy of the initial estimate infor-mation, the coding accuracy, data input accuracy and output accuracy. Costs were reviewed by originators of the estimate data, independent costing consultants and visiting personnel from other labs with experience in accelerator construction. 10 ESTIMATE SHEET '1' l~l U Mtl KAON 111 <-1 c t () r y SLU(iy Descriplioll : RF System NO.21001 A MAJ AREA TITLE I~sue 891114 R. Poirier CAT Project Code:...£.illL Dale : By : ~ 04 BOOSTER RINGS Rev . ~ Dale : l3y : 20 IA LINE Cost Origlll . ~ - Allowance, ~ - Supplit>r : ~ - Eslimate M T E C Sum on. Descriplion Org CC Qly Unil Rale Triumf S~b Tolal Code Code Material Labour Equip. Iron racls 21 103 TETRODE TUBE S M 2 EA 5.00( 50~000 50 000 21 104 GRID POWER SUPPLY E E 2 EA :l,00( 6,000 6,000 21 104 SCREEN POWER SUPPLY E E 2 EA 4,00( 8,000 8,000 21 104 FILAMENT POWER SUPPLY E E 2 EA 4,00( 8,000 8,000 21 105 SOCKET AND INPUT CAVITY E C 2 EA O,OO( 60,000 60,000 21 105 ACCELERATING CAVITY E C 2 EA1 O'pOO( 200,000 200,000 21 104 VACUUM SYSTEM E E 2 EA O~OO( 80 000 80.000 21 104 HOM DAMPERS A M 2 EA o ,OO( 20,000 20 000 21 104 COOLING SYSTEM A E 2 EA O,OO( 20,000 20,000 21 204 D.C. POWER SUPPLY E E 2 EA O,OO( 20,000 20,000 21 204 AMPLIFIER ASSEMBLY E E 2 EA O,OO( 40,000 40,000 21 204 COMBINER E E 2 EA O,OO( 20,000 20,000 21 503 FERRITE RINGS S M 18 EA 70( 12,600 12,600 ? 1 SO 1 RpO RINGS E M _.- 16 EA uO( h /,nn h /,nn 21 505 TUNER CAVITY S E 2 EA 5 OOC 10.000 10000 21 504 BIAS COIL AND YOKE E E 2 EA 5.00C 10 000 10 000 _M · _____ 21 504 BIAS POWER 'SUPPLY E E 2 EA O,OOC 20.000 20 000 --_ ._. _ .. _ . . _- ---21 204 R.F. COMPUTER EQUIPMENT E E 2 EA O,OOC 00.000 100 000 Figure 2.4B 2.5 COST ESTIMATE BASIS A. The cost estimate for the KAON Factory PDS has been developed with the following assumptions and conditions: • KAON Factory costs are in 1989 Canadian dollars. • Capital construction program is based on a five year timetable. • T=O is Jan. 01, 1991. • The KAON Factory will be constructed on existing TRIUMF lands plus adja-cent property to the west of the existing meson facility. • Costs for land acquisition, relocation costs of groups currently residing on ad-jacent lands are not included in cost estimate. • Escalation values have been calculated using the following escalation scaling factors: Year % Scaling Factor 1989 0 1.000 1990 4.5 1.045 1991 7.0* 1.120 1992 4.7 1.170 1993 4.7 1.230 1994 5.0 1.290 1995 5.0 1.350 1996 5.0 1.420 *Year 1991 escalation scaling factor has been included for possible effect of the proposed GST. Escalation values are based on data obtained from the Conference Board of Canada, British Columbia Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations a.nd independent financial sources. • Execution of the KAON Factory capital program will be a collaboration between TRIUMF KAON personnel and the private sector Project Manager, consult.ants and contractors. • A work week is based on 37.5 hours. • Power supply to site uses the existing transmission line routing to TRIUMF through Pacific Spirit Park. The new line will also be run overhead. • Facilities quality will compare to those existing at TRIUMF. • All taxes have been included in KAON Factory costs . • An additional access off Marine Drive is required and has been included in KAON Factory costs. 12 • Housing of KAON Factory design team will be on site in temporary trailer structures. • Steel shielding costs reflect the availability of inexpensive steel from an intcnm-tional body. • Tunnelling method employed is cut and cover. • Mechanical cooling space is sized for expansion. Spares for expansion not in-cluded in KAON Factory costs. • Supplier and contractor quotes for various components of the KAON Factory in both the conventional and technical system. • Rand D is not included in capital cost estimate. • Spares are not included in capital cost estimate. • Commissioning costs are not included in capital costs. • Operations costs are not included in capital costs. B. The KAON Factory cost estimate is based on design documents and information developed by the technical systems and conventional facilities design teams. The documents that form the basis of the technical systems are as follows: • DESIGN NOTES 13 KAON FACTORY DESIGN NOTES Number Author Subject Date TRI-DN-88-Kl J .R. Richardson A Possible Future Increase in the Oct 88 Research Capability of the TRIUMF KAON Factory (The TRI-lOO) TRI-DN-88-K2 T. Suzuki Emittance Growth and Beam Loss by Oct 88 Betatron Resonances in High Intensity Proton Synchrotrons. TRI-DN-88-K3 U. Wienands A "Clean" Method to Create the Kicker Oct 88 Hole for KAON Factory B,C,D,E, Rings. TRI-DN-88-K4 D. Wilkinson The KAON Factory and Oct 88 the Atomic Nucleus TRI-DN-88-K5 T. Suzuki Analytical Expressions for Spurious Oct 88 Dispersion. TRI-DN-88-K6 Chris Oram, Vacuum Requirements for the KAON Nov 88 Rick Baartman Factory TRI-DN-88-K7 G.H. Rees Magnet Lattices of a Compatible Form Nov 88 for the A and BRings TRI-DN-88-K8 G.H. Rees Note on the Coherent Motion of a Nov 88 Hollow Longitudinal Distribution TRI-DN-88-K9 G.H. Rees H- Injection Topics Nov 88 TRI-DN-88-KlO G.H. Rees Longitudinal Impedance Estimate for Nov 88 the Distributed Capacitors of the SAIC RF Shield TRI-DN-88-Kll G.H. Rees Kicker Requirements for Booster Dec 88 Extraction and for the A-Ring Injection Line TRI-DN-88-Kl2 Alan J. Otter LAMPF Stranded Magnet Cable Dec 88 TRI-DN-88-Kl3 R. Baartman, Beam Pipe Impedances for the KAON Dec 88 C.Oram Factory 14 Number Author Subject Date TRI-DN-89-K14 G. Clark Support Magnets Jan 89 TRI-DN-89-K15 S. Koscielniak Non-Linearities in the Phase Advance Jan 89 Equation TRI-DN-89-K16 S. Koscielniak Stability Analysis of RF Cavity Jan 89 Tuning Loop TRI-DN-89-K17 C.Oram Revised Estimate of the Longitudinal Jan 89 Impedance for the Distributed Capacitors of the SAIC RF shield TRI-DN-89-K18 A.J. Otter A Prototype for the Booster Dipole Feb 89 TRI-DN-89-K19 J. Doornbos, Layout of Secondary Beams at KAON Jan 89 J. Beveridge TRI-DN-89-K20 E.J.N. Wilson Sextupole Patterns and the 2vx - 2vy Feb 89 Coupling TRI-DN-89-K21 E.J.N. Wilson An Elementary Approach to Synchro- Feb 89 betatron Resonances TRI-DN-89-K22 P. Schwandt Estimation of Specific Core Losses in Feb 89 DC-biased Laminated Magnets TRI-DN-89-K23 M.R. Harold Preliminary Designs for the Driver Feb 89 Quadrupoles QF and QD TRI-DN-89-K24 M.R. Harold A Preliminary Design for the Driver Feb 89 Dipole TRI-DN-89-K25 S. Koscielniak A General Theory of Beam Loading Mar 89 TRI-DN-89-K26 George S. Clark TRIUMF Shielding Cost Experience and Feb 89 KAON Factory Experimental Hall Shielding TRI-DN-89-K27 M. Butler, Scattering Cross-sections for 9Be, Ma.r 89 S. Koscielniak 12C, 160 and 27 Al 15 Number TRI-DN-89-K28 TRI-DN-89-K29 TRI-DN-89-K30 TRI-DN-89-K31 TRI-DN-89-K32 TRI-DN-89-K33 TRI-DN-89-K34 TRI-DN-89-K35 TRI-DN-89-K36 TRI-DN-89-K37 TRI-DN-89-K38 TRI-DN-89-K39 TRI-DN-89-K40 TRI-DN-89-K41 TRI-DN-89-K42 Author Sub ject Date T. Enegren RF Booster Cavity Biasing Ferrite in Mar 89 Radial Direction H. Sasaki Design of the Energy-Storage Choke Apr 89 for the Booster Ring Magnet System B. Frammery Timing for the KAON Factory Apr 989 P. Schwandt Comparison of Realistic Core Losses Mar 89 in the Booster Ring Dipole Magnets for Grain-Oriented and Ordinary Lamination Steels P. Schwandt An Improved Magnetic Design for the Apr 89 Booster Ring Dipoles E.W. Blackmore Experimental Area Design Working Apr 89 Group Summary P.A. Reeve Preliminary Design of Prototype Apr 89 Booster Quadrupole C.Oram, Design of the Vacuum System Jul89 E. Jones E.W. Blackmore Radiation Levels in the KAON Factory May 89 Accelerator Tunnels P. Schwandt Magnetic Design of the Driver Ring May 89 Dipole - A Second Look W. Bothe Driver Dipole Circuits D. Pavlic A Review of Energy Storage Chokes May 89 for Rapid Cycling Synchrotrons R. Baartman Synchrobetatron Resonance Driven By Ma.y 89 Dispersion in RF Cavities: A Revised Theory T. Eaton A Target Study for the Fast Jun 89 Extracted 10 Hz Beam G. Guignard Possible Lattice Design for the Jun 89 Extender Ring 16 Number Author Subject Date TRI-DN-89-K43 R. Laxdal H- Extraction Energy Jun 89 TRI-DN-89-K44 L. Root Preliminary Optical Analysis of the Jul89 H- Extraction System TRI-DN-89-K45 D. Fiander, Electric Field Deflector for the Jul89 G. Wait, 1 MHz Chopper System M. Barnes TRI-DN-89-K46 R. Baartman Optical Effects of Tuner Solenoids Jul89 TRI-DN-89-K47 H. Sasaki Design of the Energy-Storage Choke Jul89 for the Booster Ring Magnet System II TRI-DN-89-K48 R. V. Servranckx, In Search of a Booster Lattice Jul89 U. Wienands, M.K. Craddock TRI-DN-89-K49 M. Barnes, Capacitor Plates Measurements Aug 89 R. Barnes TRI-DN-89-K50 H. Schonauer Addition of Transverse Space Charge Aug 89 to ACCSIM code TRI-DN-89-K51 G. Rees Space for a Longitudinal Beam Loss Aug 89 Collector in the DRing TRI-DN-89-K52 G. Rees A to B Ring Transfer and B Ring Fast Aug 89 Extraction TRI-DN-89-K53 V. Radel, Cooling of the Long Transmission Line Aug 89 G. Wait of the IMHz Chopper TRI-DN-89-K54 V. Radel, Voltage Build-up in the Long Pulse Aug 89 G. Wait Generator Cable of the IMHz Chopper TRI-DN-89-K55 D. A. Reich E Ring Slow Extraction Magnetic Aug 89 Septum: Concept Design TRI-DN-89-K56 C.Oram Beam Pipe Options for the AC Magnets Oct 89 at the KAON Factory TRI-DN-89-K57 A. Otter A Conceptua.l Design for aD-Ring Aug 89 Orbit Correction Dipole 17 Number Author Subject Date TRI-DN-89-K58 R. Servranckx, Report on Lattices for Extender Ring Aug 89 U. Wienands of the KAON Factory TRI-DN-89-K59 G. Wellman Transverse Space Charge Simulation in DIMAD TRI-DN-89-K60 C.Haddock, Prototype Booster Magnet Measurements Aug 89 P.A.Reeve, D. Evans, D. Livesey TRI-DN-89-K61 D.R. Gill Superconducting Technology at KAON Aug 89 TRI-DN-89-K62 R. Baartman, Transport Equations for ACCSIM Sep 89 F.W. Jones TRI-DN-89-K63 E. De Vita A Proposed Design for Extraction Sep 89 Channel No.5 TRI-DN-89-K64 E. De Vita Increasing the Field in the CSC Sep 89 Dipole TRI-DN-89-K65 E. De Vita Attaining a Uniform Field Gradient in Sep 89 Extraction Channel 4 TRI-DN-89-K66 J. Lenz Some Properties of a Plasma Sprayed Sep 89 Aluminum Oxide Film TRI-DN-89-K67 R. Baartman Stability During Slow Extraction in the Moscow Meson Factory Storage Ring TRI-DN-89-K68 S. Koscielniak RF Noise Tolerances for KAON Factory Sep 89 TRI-DN-89-K69 M. Barnes, Attenuation and Dispersion of Pulses G. Wait in Low Loss Coaxial Cable TRI-DN-89-K70 M. Barnes, A IMHz Chopper for the KAON Factory Nov 89 G. Wait TRI-DN-89-K71 G. Clark KAON Factory Mnemonic Device Oct 89 Naming Convention TRI-DN-89-K72 B. Zotter Stability of Hollow Beams Jul89 18 Number Author Subject Date TRI-DN-89-K73 P. Schwandt A New Magnetic Design of the Oct 89 Driver Ring Dipoles TRI-DN-89-K74 S. Koscielniak RF Synchronization During Transfer of Batches from Booster to the Collector Ring TRI-DN-89-K75 M. Barnes, Analysis of the Transient Response of Oct 89 G. Wait Magnetic Kickers for the KAON Factory TRI-DN-89-K76 M. Barnes, Influence of Stray Capacitance on Oct 89 G. Wait IMP's Chopper Performance TRI-DN-89-K77 J.R. Richardson Another Look at the TRI-1OO Oct 89 TRI-DN-89-K78 L. Criegee A Study of the Slow Extraction at the Oct 89 KAON Factory TRI-DN-89-K79 H. Lustig Status Report on the Control of Power Oct 89 Supplies TRI-DN-89-K80 D. Orrell Designs for a Quadrupole in the Oct 89 Driver Ring TRI-DN-89-K8l D. Boussard Scaling up of CERN PS Controlled Blow Oct 89 Up to the Collector Ring TRI-DN-89-K82 D. Boussard Variable Phase Shifter for the Fast Oct 89 RF Feedback in the Booster TRI-DN-89-K83 D. Boussard Study of a Feedback System Against Coupled Bunch Instabilities in the Booster TRI-DN-89-K84 G. F. Wellman Transverse Space Charge Simulation in Aug 89 DIMAD TRI-DN-89-K85 M. Barnes, Effect of Thyratron Displacement Nov 89 G. Wait Current upon Kick Rise-Time in Magnetic Kickers. TRI-DN-89-K86 M. Barnes, Kicker Magnet Fill-Time and Nov 89 G. Wait Parameters 19 Number Author Subject Date TRI-DN-89-K87 M. Barnes, Estimating of Negative Mutual G. Wait, Coupling Between Adjacent R. Barnes Cells of a Kicker Magnet. TRI-DN-89-K88 M.Harold Increasing the Field in the Booster Nov 89 Dipole. TRI-DN-89-K89 M. Harold Summary of Extraction Channel from Nov 89 the Dring. TRI-DN-89-K90 M. Harold Extraction Channel from the Booster Nov 89 TRI-DN-89-K91 D. Orrell Programs to Generate Models for Dec 89 PE2D and TaSCA TRI-DN-89-K92 T. Hodges Beam Heating of Vacuum Components Dec 89 TRI-DN-89-K93 K. Fong Conceptual Design for Magnetic Channel 3 TRI-DN-89-K94 K. Fong Conceptual Design for Magnetic Channel 4 TRI-DN-89-K95 J. Pearson Guide to Using the CHANNEL Group Dec 89 of Programs. TRI-DN-89-K96 J. Pearson Field Design of Magnetic Channel Dec 89 No.1 for the H Extraction Scheme. TRI-DN-89-K97 R. Laxdal H- Extraction Parameters Dec 89 TRI-DN-89-K98 C.W. Planner, A Separated n- Injection System Dec 89 G.H. Rees, In A Modified Accumulator G. Mackenzie TRI-DN-89-K99 D. Orrell TaSCA Modelling of Gower Dec 89 Quadrupole TRI-DN-89-KIOO C. Haddock Evaluation of Eddy Current TRI-DN-89-KIOl C. Haddock Comparison of PE2D Eddy Current Dec 89 Loss Predictions and a Semi-Analytical Calcula.tion 20 Number Author Subject Date TRI-DN-89-K102 G. Rees, Modulation Alternatives for the S. Koscielniak Longitudinal Emittance Dilution Cavities. TRI-DN-89-KI03 D.G. Martin, The Survey and Alignment of the Dec 89 G. Clark KAON Factory Project TRI-DN-90-KI04 T.A. Enegren Measurement of RF Cavity Shunt TRI-DN-90-K105 T.A. Enegren Coupled TL Higher Order Mode Damper TRI-DN-90-K106 G. Spinney, Engineering of H- Beam Extraction Jan 90 G. Stanford, Equipment M. Zach TRI-DN-90-KI07 G.R. Gathright, Booster Quadrupole Laminated Core Jan 90 P.A. Reeve Checks TRI-DN-90-K108 H. Sasaki Separate Energy-Storage Choke for Feb 90 Driver Ring of KAON TRI-DN-90-K109 H. Sasaki Addendum to "Design of the Feb 90 Energy-Storage Choke for the Booster Ring Magnet System II" (TRI-DN-89-K47) TRI-DN-90-KllO T .A. Hodges, Laboratory Prototype of Rotating Jan 90 R. R. Langstaff, Immersed Target M.S. Lenckowski TIU-DN-90-Klll T.A. Hodges, Prototype "Bare" Rotating Target Jan 90 R.R. Langstaff TRI-DN-90-K1l2 C.Oram Comparison of Major Cost Components TRI-DN-90-KU3 R. Laxdal, Tolerances Associated With the P. Cronje, Fields of Extraction Devices L. Root, E. Roosen TRI-DN-90-K1l4 R. Laxdal, Emittances of Extracted P. Cronje, H- Beams L. Root 21 Number TRI-DN-90-K115 TRI-DN-90-K116 TRI-DN-90-K117 TRI-DN-90-K118 Author M. Barnes, G. Wait Subject Assembly Procedure for the Prototype Vertical Extraction Kicker Magnet for the KAON Factory S. Koscielniak Hints to Those Who Would Simulate the Effects of Random Time Perturbations R. Helmer Neutrino Facility N. Wilkinson The VMEbus and Related Real-Time Technology 22 Date Feb 90 Feb 90 • TECHNICAL DRAWINGS PEe CYCLOTRON EXTRACTION Drawing No. PCE - 0001 D PCE - 0002 D PCE - 0003 D PCE - 0004 D PCE - 0005 D PCE - 0006 D PCE - 0007 C PCE - 0008 C PCE - 0009 B Septum and Cane. Coil Assy. Septum Coil-Sections Cancellation Coil Assemblies Inner Cancellation Loops Outer Cancellation Coil Loops Cane. Coil I,oops - 10 and - 11 Jumper Fitting For Septum Elbow Fittings For Septum Offset Fitting for Cane. Coil PSL SITE LAYOUTS Drawing No. PSI, - 0001 D PSL - 0002 D PSL - 0003 D PSL - 0004 D PSL - 0005 D PSL - 0006 D PSL - 0007 D PSL - 0008 D PSL - 0009 D PSL - 0010 D PSI, - 0011 D PSL - 0012 D PSL - 0013 D PSL - 0014 D PSL - 0015 D PSL - 0016 D PSL - 0020 D PSL - 0021 D PSL - 0022 D PSL - 0023 D PSL - 0024 E PSL - 0025 E PSL - 0026 E PSL - 0027 D PSL - 0028 D PSL - 0029 D PSL - 0030 E KAON Factory/Raceway Layout KAON Factory/Raceway Layout KAON Factory/Raceway Layout KAON Factory/Raceway Layout KAON Factory/Raceway Layout KAON Factory /Exp. Hall and Beam lines KAON Factory/Presentation Dwg. KAON Factory Beam Layout KAON Factory Beam Layout KAON Factory and Site Layout Neutrino Facility /KAON Factory Polarized Proton Scattering Dwg. Beam Dump/LH2 Target/KAON Factory Tunnel Mock Up Dwg./KAON Factory Detector/KAON Factory W Blocks Mise Items in Plan/KAON Factory Section at Target Area/KAON Factory Elev. of Target Area Section at Target Area/KAON Factory Beam lines and Booster Ring Modified PSK0032D as Prepared by Underhill Eng. Ltd. Part Plan Exp. Hall Part Plan Exp. Hall Experimental Hall and Beam lines Sections KAON Factory Layout Part Beam Line Layout 23 PSL - 0031 E PSL - 0032 D PSL - 0033 E PSL - 0034 D PSL - 0035 D PSL - 0036 E PSL - 0037 E PSL - 0038 E PSL - 0039 D PSL - 0040 D PSL - 0041 D PSL - 0042 D KAON Factory Study KAON Factory Study Site Plan Part Experimental Hall Layout Part KAON Factory Site KAON Factory Layout Experimental Hall Layout Site Layout Exp. Hall Plan Cross Sect. Through Primary Line Cross Sect . Through Primary Line Longitudinal Section Part Plan Exp. Hall PSK SKETCHES Drawing No. PSI( - 0001 D PSI( - 0002 D PSK - 0003 D PSK - 0004 D PSK - 0005 D PSK - 0006 D PSK - 0007 D PSK - 0008 D PSK - 0009 D PSI( - 0010 E PSK - 0011 E PSI( - 0012 E PSK - 0013 D PSI( - 0014 A PSK - 0015 A PSI( - 0016 A PSK - 0017 A PSI( - 0018 D PSK - 0019 D PSK - 0020 A PSK - 0021 D PSK - 0022 D PSK - 0023 D PSI( - 0024 D PSI( - 0025 E PSI( - 0026 E PSI( - 0027 E PSI{ - 0028 E PSI( - 0029 E Target Area Concept 1 Target Area Concept 11 Concept Service Bid. East Straight C-D-E South End Concept Basement of Service BId. East Straight South End Concept Service DId. East Straight North End Tunnel Concept CIS C-D-E Tunnel Concept Plan View C-D-E Tunnel Concept Side View Tunnel Concept E-Outside - D-Allround Tunnel Concept (Plan) E-Separates from D Tunnel Concept (Plan) South East Entrance D and E Ring Geometry TA Transfer Line Shielding cis 30 GeV Proton Line Beam Stop Shielding 30 GeV Proton Beam Magnets in Air Magnets in Vacuum Driver Tunnel Concept Booster Lattice Typical Circuit for Magnets in Meson Hall Capacitor Stacking Arrangement Booster Sector Accumulator Lattice Accumulator Sector D and E Lattices Option 4 C Lattice Booster Basement Booster Tunnel cis Booster Service Building Floor 2 24 PSK - 0030 D PSK - 0031 E PSK - 0032 D PSK - 0033 D PSK - 0034 E PSK - 0035 D PSK - 0036 E PSK - 0037 D PSK - 0038 D PSK - 0039 D PSK - 0040 E PSK - 0041 E PSK - 0042 E PSK - 0043 E PSK - 0044 E PSK - 0045 E PSK - 0046 E PSK - 0047 E PSK - 0048 E PSK - 0049 E PSI( - 0050 E PSI{ - 0051 E PSK - 0052 B PSI{ - 0053 B PSI{ - 0055 B PSK - 0056 C PSK - 0058 B PSI{ - 0059 B PSI( - 0060 D PSK - 0061 D PSI( - 0062 D PSK - 0063 D PSK - 0064 D PSK - 0065 D PSI{ - 0066 D PSI( - 0067 D PSI< - 0068 D PSI( - 0069 C PSI{ - 0070 D PSI{ - 0071 C PSK - 0072 D PSK - 0073 D Section Booster Service Building Extraction Straight Main Ring Site PIau A-Ring Injection E-Ring Extraction Area Reduction BC Transfer Line UNISTRUT Assembly at Tunnel Cross Section Plan Through Tunnel UNISTRUT Assembly at Tunnel Floor Ply Decking Cutting Layouts Section Through Beam Dump Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Enlargement of PSK-0032D 1:200 Part Beam Line Plan Part Beam Line Plan Part Beam Line Plan Booster Tunnel cis at AA:RFC Booster Tunnel cis at Quads Booster Tunnel cis Dipoles Site Tubes to Surface Concept KAON Alignment Main Tunnel cis at RFC Main Tunnel cis at DMlI Main Ring Tunnel Typical Section Main Ring Tunnel Concept Plan View Main Ring Tunnel Concept Side View Main Ring Tunnel Concept Section Through Bending Mags Main Ring Tunnel Concept Section Through Focusing Magnets Main Ring Tunnel Concept Section Through Defocusing Magnets DD: Snake Straight DD:Sector 1 Driver Snake Main Ring Tunnel Concept Section Through Focusing Magnets Main Ring Tunnel Concept Surveying Arrangements Main Ring Tunnel Concept Magnet Transporter AA: Sector 1.4L (Partial) Booster Ring Components 2 RF Cavities Back to Back KAON Factory Surface Network 25 PSK - 0074 E PSK - 0075 D PSK - 0076 E PSK - 0077 D PSK - 0078 D PSK - 0079 D Side View Booster Extraction AA: Sector 1.4L Booster Extraction Top View Typical Horizontal Collimator Typical Vertical Collimator Driver Ring Arc Segment PMD MAGNET DIPOLE Drawing No. PMD - 0001 E PMD - 0002 D PMD - 0003 E PMD - 0004 D PMD - 0005 D PMD - 0006 D PMD - 0007 D PMD - 0008 D PMD - 0009 D PMD - 0010 E PMD - 0011 D PMD - 0012 D PMD - 0013 E PMD - 0014 E PMD - 0015 E PMD - 0016 D PMD - 0017 D PMD - 0018 D PMD - 0019 D PMD - 0020 D General Assembly Booster Dipole KFPDS Typical Section Through Assembly Booster Dipole KFPDS Steel Sub-Assembly Lamination (Item 1) Sheared Lamination (Item 2, 3) Cooling Array Sub Assembly (Item 4, 5) Cooling Array Details End Region Details (Item 6, 7) End Plates (Item 11) Outer Plates (Item 8,9, 10) Misc. Details (Items 12, 15, 16, 17) Misc. Details (Items 13, 14) Coil Pancake Detail (Item 40, 41) 10 Pancake Coil Sub Assembly Upper and Lower (Items 50a, 50b) 2 Pancake Coil Sub Assembly Upper and Lower Items (51a, 51b) Bus Connections Conductor Support Details Headers and Brackets Bracket Support Plate Support Plate PRF RF Drawing No. PRF - 0001 D PRF - 0002 C PRF - 0003 C PRF - 0004 C PRF - 0005 C PRF - 0006 D PRF - 0007 D PRF - 0008 D A.C. Solenoid Proposal for Biased RF Cavity Pole Lamination Detail for Biased RF Cavity Yoke Lamination Detail for Biased RF Cavity Spacer Rod for Biased RF Cavity Clamp Ring for Biased RF Cavity Coil Assembly for Biased RF Cavity Overall Assembly for Biased RF Cavity Right Clamping Plate 26 PRF - 0009 D PRF - 0010 E PRF - 0011 D PRF - 0012 D PRF - 0013 D PRF - 0014 D PRF - 0015 D PRF - 0016 D PRF - 0017 D PRF - 0018 D PRF - 0019 D PRF - 0020 D PRF - 0021 D PRF - 0022 n PRF - 0023 D PRF - 0024 D PRF - 0025 n PRF - 0026 B PRF - 0027 D PRF - 0028 D PRF - 0029 D PRF - 0030 D PRF - 0031 D PRF - 0032 D PRF - 0033 D PRF - 0034 D PRF - 0035 D PRF - 0036 D PRF - 0037 C PRF - 0038 B PRF - 0039 C PRF - 0040 C PRF - 0041 C PRF - 0042 C PRF - 0043 C PRF - 0044 C PRF - 0045 C PRF - 0046 C PIlF - 0047 C PRF - 0048 D PRF - 0049 D PRF - 0050 D PRF - 0051 D PRF - 0052 D PRF - 0053 D PRF - 0054 C PRF - 0055 B PRF - 0056 E Left Clamping Plate A.C. Perpendicular Biased RF Cavity General Assembly Radial Conductor Axial Conductor RF Right Membrane Assembly Radial Conductor Axial Conductor RF Left Membrane Assy Right Membrane and Cooling Wheel Assy Right Cooling Wheel Right Spoke Wheel Assy Central Outer Ring Peripheral Inner Ring R.II. Spoke Central Inner Ring R.lI. Peripheral Outer Ring R.lI. Insulator Insulator Left membrane and Cooling Wheel Assy Left Cooling Wheel Assy Left Spoke Wheel Assy Peripheral Inner Ring L.1I. Central Inner Ring L.lI. Peripheral Outer Ring L.1I. Central Conductor Assembly Center Conductor Weld Assembly Conductor Sub Assembly Conductor Weld Assembly Cooling Coil Coil Holder Transition Section Flange Centering Tube Sealing Ring Transition Tube Conductor Sub Assembly Cylinder Sealing Disk Capacitor Tip Outer Conductor Assembly Ou-ter Conductor Weld Assembly Conductor Sub Assembly Flange Transition Tube Inner Ring Outer Ring Cooling Line Solenoid and Resonator Assembly 27 PRF - 0057 E PRF - 0058 B PRF - 0059 B PRF - 0060 B PRF - 0061 C PRF - 0062 C PRF - 0063 E PRF - 0064 D PRF - 0065 D PRF - 0066 C PRF - 0067 B Tuner Assy Rings Locating Jig Insulator Mounting Pad Tie Rod Solenoid Support Solenoid Holder Solenoid Supporting Base . Water Jacket Modification Ferrite Cooling Package Left Clamping Plate Adaptor O-Ring 287 LD. PMK MAGNET KICKER Drawing No. PMK - 0001 D PMK - 0002 E PMK - 0003 E PMK - 0004 E PMK - 0005 E PMK - 0006 C PMK - 0007 C PMK - 0008 B PMK - 0009 C PMK - 0010 C PMK - 0011 C PMK - 0012 D PMK - 0013 D PMK - 0014 D PMK - 0015 B PMK - 0016 D PMK - 0017 E PMK - 0018 D PMK - 0019 D PMK - 0020 D PMK - 0021 E PMK - 0022 D PMK - 0023 D PMK - 0024 C PMK - 0025 C PMK - 0026 E PMK - 0027 D PMK - 0028 D PMK - 0029 D Prototype Kicker Magnet Ferrite Details Prototype High Tension/Ground Plate Config .. 25 OHM Test Frame Assy Plate Prototypes 25 OHM Capacitance Tests Prototype III Tension/Ground Plate Configurations 30 OHM Test Frame Assy Plate Prototype Capacitance Tests 30 OHM Insulation Block HI Tension Plate Insulation Block Ground Plate Angle Bracket Prototype Test Frame Frame Plate No.1 Prototype Test Frame Frame Plate No.2 Prototype Test Frame Frame Plate No. 3 Prototype Test Frame High Tension Plate Machining Detail 25/30 OHM Prototypes Ground Plate Machining Detail 25 OHM Prototypes Ground Plate Machining Detail 30 OHM Prototypes Spacer Detail Proposed Vacuum Box Assy (Obsolete Replaced by PMK-0021-E) x-Y Drive Proposal Kicker Test Vac Box (Obsolete Replaced by PMK-0043E) Transition Flange Weld Assy Vac Box Flange Detail (Round) Flange Detail (Rectangular) Vac Box Main Vacuum Cannister Weld Assy Cylinder Detail Vac Box End Flange Detail Vac Box Plexiglass Window Detail Vac Box Window Retainer Ring Vac Box X-Y Table Vac Box Weld Assy Flange Detail Vacuum Box Weld Assy X- Y Table Plate Detail Vac Box Weld Assy X-Y Table Plate Detail Vac Box X-Y Table Weld Assembly 28 PMK - 0030 C PMK - 0031 C PMK - 0032 D PMK - 0033 C PMK - 0034 B PMK - 0035 D PMK - 0036 D PMK - 0037 C PMK - 0038 C PMK - 0039 E PMK - 0040 D PMK - 0041 D PMK - 0042 C PMK - 0043 E PMK - 0044 E PMK - 0045 D PMK - 0046 E PMK - 0047 E PMK - 0048 E PMK - 0049 C PMK - 0050 E PMK - 0051 D PMK - 0052 D PMK - 0053 D PMK - 0054 D PMK - 0055 D PMK - 0056 C PMK - 0057 C PMK - 0058 D PMK - 0059 D PMK - 0060 D PMK - 0061 D PMK - 0062 D PMK - 0063 D PMK - 0064 D PMK - 0065 D PMK - 0066 D PMK - 0067 D PMK - 0068 E PMK - 0069 D PMK - 0070 D PMK - 0071 C PMK - 0072 C PMK - 0073 D PMK - 0074 B PMK - 0075 B PMK - 0076 B PMK - 0077 D Plate Detail Vac Box Weld Assy X-Y Table 6" Marmon Flange Detail Extension Tube Weld Assy X-Y Table Vac Box Ferroftuidic Feedthru Flange X-Y Table Vac Box X-Y Table Shaft Adaptor Universal Joint Telescoping Assy Main Vac Box Upper Cover Weld Assembly Electrical Feedthru Vac Box Gas Feedthru Vac Box X-Y Table Lower Cover Plate Weld Assy Kicker Magnet Test Box 25 OHM Ground Plate Prototype 2 Kicker Magnet Test Box 30 OHM Ground Plate Prototype 2 Kicker Magnet Ground Plate Insulation Block Prototype 2 X-Y Drive System Assembly Kicker Magnet Test Box General Assembly of Kicker Magnet Test Vacuum Box Flange Detail Vacuum Box 25 OHM Plate Configuration Kicker Magnet 30 OHM Plate Configuration Kicker Magnet Tetrode Assembly-Chopper 6" Dia. Viewport Window 25 OHM Prototype Magnet Assy Ground Plate 25 OHM Magnet Prototype High voltage Plate 25 OHM Magnet HI Voltage End Plate 25 OHM Magnet Ground Plate Buss Dar 25 OHM High Voltage Buss Bar 25 OHM High Voltage Insulator 25 OHM Magnet Ground Plate Insulator 25 OHM Magnet Frame Base 25 OHM Magnet Fixed Frame Side 25 OHM Magnet Frame Upper Plate 25 OHM Magnet Ground End Plate Detail 25 OHM Magnet Slotted Ground Plate 25 OHM Magnet Ground Plate Detail 30 OHM Magnet High Voltage Plate Detail 30 OHM Magnet Ground End Plate Detail 30 OHM Magnet Slotted Ground Plate 30 OHM Magnet High Voltage End Plate 30 OHM Magnet 30 OHM Magnet Assembly Ground Plate BUSS Bar 30 OHM Magnet High Voltage BUSS Bar 30 OHM Magnet High Voltage Insulator 30 OHM Magnet Ground Plate Insulator 30 OHM Magnet Central Ferrite Support Rod 25 OHM Magnet Central Ferrite Support Rod 30 OHM Magnet Tie Rod Ferrite Support Rod 25 OHM Magnet Tie Rod 30 OHM Magnet Spacer Bushing 25 OHM Magnet 29 PMK - 0078 B PMK - 0079 C PMK - 0080 C PMK - 0081 B PMK - 0082 B PMK - 0083 B PMK - 0084 B PMK - 0085 D PMK - 0086 E PMK - 0087 E PMK - 0088 E PMK - 0089 E PMK - 0090 B PMK - 0091 D PMK - 0092 C PMK - 0093 C PMK - 0094 C PMK - 0095 C PMK - 0096 B PMK - 0097 B PMK - 0098 D PMK - 0099 B PMK - 0100 C PMK - 0101 C PMK - 0102 C PMK - 0103 C PMK - 0104 C PMK - 0105 C PMK - 0106 E PMK - 0107 E PMK - 0108 E PMK - 0109 E PMK-0110E PMK - 0111 E PMK - 0112 D PMK - 0113 B PMK - 0114 D PMK - 0115 D PMK - 0116 D PMK - 0117 D PMK - 0118 D PMK - 0119 B PMK - 0120 D PMK - 0121 D PMK - 0122 B PMK - 0123 D PMK - 0124 D PMK - 0125 D Spacer Bushing 30 OHM Magnet C'Bored Ground Plate Insulator 25 OHM Magnet C'Bored Ground Plate Insulator 30 OHM Magnet Tie Rod Socket 25 OHM Magnet Tie Rod Socket 30 OHM Magnet Insulating Washer 25 OHM Magnet Insulating Washer 25 OHM Magnet . Frame Top Plate 30 OHM Magnet Frame Bottom Plate 30 OHM Magnet Frame Fixed Side Plate 30 OHM Magnet Frame Floating Side Plate 25 OHM Magnet Frame Floating Side Plate 30 OHM Magnet Tie Rod Washer 25 OHM Magnet Tie Rod Washer 30 OHM Magnet II.T. Cross Bar 25 OHM Magnet II.T. Cross Bar 30 OHM Magnet Ground Cross Bar 25 OHM Magnet Ground Cross Bar 30 OHM Magnet H.T. Cross Bar Tie Rod 25 OHM Magnet ILT. Cross Bar Tie Rod 30 OHM Magnet Ground Cross Bar Tie Rod 25 OHM Magnet Ground Cross Bar Tie Rod 30 OHM Magnet Ground Conductor 25 OHM Magnet Ground Conductor 30 OHM Magnet High Tension Conductor 25 OHM Magnet High Tension Conductor 30 OHM Magnet Modified Bolt Details 25 OHM Magnet Modified Bolt Details 30 OHM Magnet Tetrode Assy Chopper Enclosure Chopper Electrical Cabinet Clipper Boiler Weld Assy Clipper Boiler Assy Charger Boiler Weld Assy Charger Boiler Assy Mounting Collar Tetrode Clamp Side Wall Detail Clipper Tetrode Boiler Top Plate Detail Clipper Tetrode Boiler Bottom Plate Detail Clipper Tetrode Boiler Sight Glass Boss Clipper Tetrode Boiler Component Boss Clipper Tetrode Boiler Top Plate Detail Charger Tetrode Boiler Bottom Plate Detail Charger Tetrode Boiler Side Wall Detail Charger Tetrode Boiler Ferrite Support Rod Washer 25 OHM Magnet Ferrite Support Rod Washer 30 OHM Magnet Electrical Rack Assy Chopper Enclosure Chopper Rack Detail 30 PMK - 0126 D PMK - 0127 D PMK - 0128 C PMK - 0129 D PMK - 0130 D PMK - 0131 D PMK - 0132 D PMK - 0133 D PMK - 0134 B PMK - 0135 E Grid and Screen Detail Misc. Details Rack Ground Plate Support Insulator 30 OHM Magnet Ground Plate Assembly Support Jig H.V. Plate Assembly Side Support Jig Bottom Support Assembly Jig Ground Crossbar Support Jig H.V. Plate Assembly Top Support Jig 1 mm Shim Jigs Assembly PVA VACUUM Drawing No. PYA - 0001 D PYA - 0002 D PYA - 0003 D PYA - 0004 D PYA - 0005 D PYA - 0008 D PYA - 0009 D PYA - 0010 D PYA - 0011 D PYA - 0012 D PYA - 0013 D PYA - 0014 D PYA - 0015 D PYA - 0016 D PYA - 0017 D PYA - 0018 D PYA - 0019 D PYA - 0031 D PYA - 0032 D PYA - 0033 D PYA - 0034 D PYA - 0035 D PYA - 0036 D PYA - 0037 D PYA - 0038 D PYA - 0039 D PYA - 0040 PYA - 0041 PYA - 0042 PYA - 0043 PYA - 0044 PYA - 0045 Dipole Vacuum Chamber Tube Assembly Dipole Vacuum Chamber Standard Segment Dipole Vacuum Chamber Support Segment Dipole Vacuum Chamber Flange Segment Dipole Vacuum Chamber End Segment Dipole Wire Holder RF Screen 1 Dipole RF Screen 2 Dipole RF Screen 3 Dipole RF Screen 4 Dipole RF Screen 5 Dipole RF Screen 6 Dipole RF Screen 7 Dipole RF Screen 8 Dipole RF Screen 9 Dipole RF Screen 10 Dipole RF Screen 11 Dipole RF Screen 12 Vacuum Test Set Up Assembly Chamber Segment c/n Pump Flanges Mid Chamber Segment End Chamber Segment Stand Electron Gun Flange Mobile Pumping Group RF Test Chamber Assembly RF Test Chamber Accumulator Ring Plan View Accumulator Sector Plan View ilooster Ring Plan View Booster Sector Plan View Accumulator /Booster Plan View Collector Sector Elemen t Locations 31 PYA - 0046 D PYA - 0047 D PYA - 0048 D PYA - 0049 D PYA - 0050 D PYA - 0051 D PYA - 0052 D PYA - 0053 D PYA - 0054 D PYA - 0055 D PYA - 0056 D PYA - 0057 D PYA - 0058 D PYA - 0059 D PYA - 0060 D PYA - 0061 D PYA - 0062 D PYA - 0063 D Collector Ring Straight Sectors Collector Ring Sectors 2 to 4 Collector Ring Plan View Collector Ring Sectors 9 to 11 Collector Ring Sectors 12 to 14 Driver Sector Element Locations Driver Ring Straight Sectors . Driver Sector Sectors 2 to 4 Driver Sector Sectors 5 to 7 Driver Sector Sectors 9 to 11 Driver Sector Sectors 12 to 14 Extender Sector Element Locations Extender Ring Straight Sectors Extender Ring Sectors 2 to 4 Extender Ring Sectors 5 to 7 Extender Ring Sectors 9 to 11 Extender Ring Sectors 12 to 14 Combined Sectors Collector, Driver, Extender PMQ QUADRUPOLE MAGNETS Drawing No. PMQ - 0031 D PMQ - 0032 D PMQ - 0033 D PMQ - 0034 D PMQ - 0035 D PMQ - 0036 D PMQ - 0037 D PMQ - 0038 D PMQ - 0039 D PMQ - 0040 D PMQ - 0041 D PMQ - 0042 D PMQ - 0043 D PMQ - 0044 D PMQ - 0045 D PMQ - 0046 D PMQ - 0050 D PMQ - 0051 D PMQ - 0052 D PMQ - 0053 D PMQ - 0054 D PMQ - 0055 D PMQ - 0056 D PMQ - 0057 D Morgan Col. Assy + Winding Detail Morgan Col. Assy + Winding Detail Prototype Booster Quad Lamination Booster Quad Laminated Quadrant Angle Brace End Plate Type 1 Coil Assembly Type 2 Coil Assembly Type 1 Inner Pancake Cooling Pancake Type 1 Outer Pancake Type 2 Inner Pancake Type 2 Outer Pancake Prototype Booster Quad End Packet Conductor Detail Cooling Pancake Miscellaneous Details Sub-Assembly Details Cooling Manifold Bus Details Morgan Coil General Assembly Dipoles Quadrupole Cooling Pancake 32 PMQ - 0058 D PMQ - 0059 D PMQ - 0060 D Decapole Morgan Coil Assembly Alignment End Plate Mineral Insulated Hollow Conductor SCHEDULING PERTS Pert No. KF - MAG KF - PS KF - EXPER KF - RF KF - EXTRA KF - DIAG KF - INT KF - VAC KF - CONT KF - KICKl KF - KICK2 .tex Magnets Power Supplies Experimental Facilities RF Cyclotron Extraction Beam Diagnostics System Integration Vacuum Controls Injection and Ext. Kickers Diag. Kickers and 1 Mhz Chopper 33 • CONVENTIONAL DRAWINGS AND REPORTS DESIGN PACKAGE I - UNDERGROUND STRUCTURES Drawing No. PAB-OOOI D - RO Tunnel System General Arrangements PAB-0002 D - RO Tunnel System Geological Sections PAB-0003 D - RO Tunnel System Horizontal and Vertical Alignments PAB-0004 D - RO Tunnel System Sections PAD-0005 D - RO Tunnel System Technical Construction Method PAC-OOOI D - RO Tunnel System Booster Complex Plans of Levels B3 and B2 PAC-0002 D - RO Booster Building Sections Cyclotron Vault Plan and Section PAC-0003 D - RO Tunnel System Magnet Shafts PAC- 0004 D - RO Tunnel System Service Accesses PAC-0005 D - RO Connection B- C Transfer Tunnel, Main Ring Tunnel DESIGN PACKAGE I - PDS REPORT DESIGN PACKAGE 2 - MECHANICAL SYSTEMS Drawing No. PAF-OOOI D - RO PAF-0002 D - RO PAF-0003 D - RO PAF-0004 D - RO PAF-0005 D - RO PAF-0006 D - RO PAF-0007 D - RO PAF-0008 D - RO PAF- 0009 D - RO PAF-OOlO D - RO PAF- OOll D - RO Site Services - Sanitary Sewers Site Services - Storm Drains Site Services - Water Distribution Site Services - Gas Distribution Site Services - Raw Cooling Water Distribution Booster Complex Cooling Water Systems Flow Schematic Main Ring Cooling Water Systems Flow Schematic Typical Capacitor Building Water Systems Flow Schematic Extraction Hall/Experimental Hall Cooling Water Systems Flow Schemati Experimental Hall cooling Water Systems Flow Schematic Cooling Load Distribution Schematic for Typical Service Building Building and Booster Complex PAF- OOI2 D - RO Ventilation Schematics and Details PAF-OOI3 D - RO Booster Building Levels BI, B2 and B3 PAF-0014 D - RO Booster Building Ground and Mezzanine Levels PAF-0015 D - RO Service Building Floor Plans KAON Factory Study PAF- OOI6 D - RO Tunnel Sections PAF-OOI7 D - RO Extraction Hall, Cooling System Plan PAF-OOI8 D - RO Experimental Hall Plan DESIGN PACKAGE 2 - PDS REPORT 34 DESIGN PACKAGE 3 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Drawing No. ~ PAJ-OOOO D - RO PAJ-OOOI D - RO PAJ-0002 D - RO PAJ-0003 D - RO PAJ-0004 D - RO PAJ- 0005 D - RO PAJ-0006 D - RO PAJ-0007 D - RO PAJ-0008 D - RO PAJ-0008 D - RO PAJ-OOlO D - RO PAJ-OOll D - RO PAJ-0012 D - RO PAJ-0013 D - RO PAJ-0014 D - RO PAJ-OOI5 D - RO PAJ-OOI6 D - RO PAJ-0017 D - RO PAJ-0018 D - RO PAJ- OOI9 D - RO PAJ-0020 D - RO PAJ-0021 D - RO PAJ-0022 D - RO PAJ-0023 D - RO PAJ-0024 D - RO PAJ- 0025 D - RO PAJ-0026 D - RO PAJ-0027 D - RO PAJ-0028 D - RO PAJ- 0029 D - RO PAJ- 0030 D - RO PAJ-0031 D - RO PAJ- 0032 D - RO PAJ- 0033 D - RO PAJ- 0034 D - RO PAJ- 0035 D - RO PAJ-0036 D - RO PAJ- 0037 D - RO PAJ- 0038 D - RO PAJ-0039 D - RO PAJ-0040 D - RO PAJ- 0041 D - RO PAJ- 0042 D - RO PAJ-0043 D - RO PAJ- 0044 D - RO Cover Sheet Site Plan Site Underground Duct Sections Site Power Distribution Manhole Details Incoming Transmission Line Existing Transmission Line Details One Line Diagram Option 2A or 2B (recommended) One Line Diagram Option lA or IB One Line Diagram Option 1 C One Line Diagram Option 2C and 2D Booster Building 25 kV Bus (Partial) One Line Diagram Booster Building 25 kV Bus (Partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 1 25 kV Bus 1 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 1 25 kV Bus 1 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 2 25 k V Bus 2 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 2 25 kV Bus 2 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 3 25 kV Bus 3 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 3 25 kV Bus 3 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 4 25 kV Bus 4 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 4 25 kV Bus 4 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 5 25 kV Bus 5 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 5 25 kV Bus 5 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 6 25 kV Bus 6 (partial) One Line Diagram Main Ring Building 6 25 kV Bus 6 (partial) One Line Diagram Extraction Building 25 kV Bus (partial) One Line Diagram Extraction Building 25 kV Bus (partial) One Line Diagram Experimental Hall 25 kV Bus 1 (partial) One Line Diagram Experimental Hall 25 kV Bus 1 (partial) One Line Diagram Experimental Hall 25 kV Bus 2 (partial) One Line Diagram Experimental Hall 25 kV Bus 2 (partial) One Line DiagTam Primary Substation Outdoor Primary Switchgear Indoor Booster Building Electrical Equipment Layout Service Building 1,2,4,5 Electrical Layout Service Building 3,6 Electrical Layout Experimental Area Electrical Equipment Layout Tunnel Services Emergency Power System Site Electrical Grounding Outdoor Substation Electrical Grounding Overall Legend Main Ring Accelerator Services Booster Accelerator Services 'D' Ring Dipole Magnets Wiring Schematic 4500 A/15 kV Water-Cooled Bus Detail 35 DESIGN PACKAGE 3 - DESIGN REPORT DESIGN PACKAGE 4 - EXTRACTION AND EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES Drawing No. PAK-OOOI D - RO PAK-0002 D - RO PAK-0003 D - RO PAK-0004 D - RO PAK-0005 D - RO PAK-0006 D - RO PAK-0007 D - RO PAK-0008 D - RO PAK-0009 D - RO PAK-OOlO D - RO PAK-OOll D - RO PAK-0012 D - RO PAK-0013 D - RO PAK-0014 D - RO PAK-0015 D - RO PAK-0016 D - RO PAK-0017 D - RO PAK-0018 D - RO PAK-0019 D - RO PAK-0020 D - RO PAK-0021 D - RO PAK-0022 D - RO Architectural Grade and Road Plan Architectural General Arrangement Plan Architectural Extraction Hall Plan Architectural Extraction Hall Elevations Architectural Experimental Hall 52.5 Level Floor Plan Architectural Experimental Hall 60.0 Level Floor Plan Architectural Experimental Hall 65.0 Level Floor Plan Architectural Experimental Hall Sections Architectural Experimental Hall Elevations Architectural 20 GeV Hall Plan, Section and Elevations Architectural 20 GeV Service Building Plan, Section and Elections Architectural Neutrino Facility Plan, Section and Elevations Structural Extraction Hall Foundation Plan Structural Extraction Hall Roof Plan Structural Extraction Hall Sections Structural Experimental Hall Floor Plan Structural Experimental Hall Roof Plan Structural Experimental Hall Sections Structural 20 GeV Hall Plans, Elevations and Sections Structural Neutrino Facility Plans, Elevations and Sections Structural Truss Details Mechanical Extraction Hall Plan-Below E1.63.0 PAK-0023 D - RO Mechanical Extraction Hall Plan-Above E1.63.0 PAK-0024 D - RO Mechanical Extraction Hall Building Sections PAK-0025 D - RO Mechanical Experimental Hall Plan-Below E1.60.0 PAK-0026 D - RO Mechanical Experimental Hall Plan-Above El.60.0 PAK-0027 D - RO Mechanical Experimental Hall Building Sections PAK-0028 D - RO Mechanical Small Buildings Plan-Below Grade PAK-0029 D - RO Mechanical Small Buildings Plan-Above Grade PAK -0030 D - RO Mechanical Details PAK-0031 D - RO Mechanical Equipment Schedules PAK-0032 D - RO Electrical Experimental Area Grounding Plan PAK-0033 D - RO Electrical Experimental Area Single Line Diagram PAK-0034 D - RO Electrical Extraction Hall Plan PAK-0035 D - RO Electrical Experimental Hall Plan PAK-0036 D - RO Electrical 20 GeV /Neutrino Hall Plan PAK-0037 D - RO 480 V MCC's PAK-0032 D - RO Electrical Equipment Schedule PAK-0039 D - RO Electrical Legend and Schedules DESIGN PACKAGE 4 - PDS DESIGN REPORT 36 DESIGN PACKAGE 5 - SITE PROGRAMMING, DEVELOPMENT AND SUP-PORT BUILDINGS Drawing No. PAL-OOOl D - RO PAL-0002 D - RO PAL-0003 D - RO PAL-0004 D - RO PAL-0005 D - RO PAL-0006 D - RO PAL-0007 D- RO PAL-0008 D - RO PAL-0009 D - RO PAL-OOlO D - RO PAL-OOll D - RO PAL-00l2 D - RO PAL-00l3 D - RO PAL-00l4 D - RO PAL-Oot5 D - RO PAL-00l6 D - RO PAL-00l7 D - RO PAN-OOOl D - RO PAN-0002 D - RO PAQ-OOOl D - RO PAQ-0002 D - RO PAQ-0003 D - RO PAP-OOOl D - RO PAP-0002 D - RO Title -Location and Site Context Plans Site Security, Safety, Vehicular Circulation and Access, Site Use Plans , Public Access to Site and Parking, Site Topography / Landscape Plans Overall Site Plan Site Development Plan North East Quadrant Detail Site Plan South East Quadrant Detail Site Plan North West Quadrant Detail Site Plan South West Quadrant Detail Site Plan Overall Site Sections Office Building Group Lower Floor Plan El. 60.32 m Office Building Group Second Floor Plan El. 64.32 m Office Building Group Upper Floor Plan El. 68.32 m Office Building Group Booster Floor Plans and Main Sections Office Building Group Elevations Service Building Floor Plans, Sections and Elevations Receiving, Stores and Helium Building, Main Access Building, Workshop Extension, Plans, Elevations and Sections Office Building Group Plans and Sections Receiving/Stores, Service and Monument Access, Buildings Plans and Sections Office Building Single Line Diagram and Power Riser Diagram Booster Building Single Line Diagram and Power Riser Diagram Miscellaneous Buildings Single Line Diagrams and Office and Booster Buildings Communication Risers Office Building Typical HVAC Layout Office Building Group HVAC Water Systems Schematic DESIGN PACKAGE 5-PROGRAMMING AND DESIGN REPORT 2.6 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION The conventional facilities of the KAON FJctory include meson facility modifications, IA tunnel structure, Booster-Main rings and BC tunnel structures, equipment service buildings and access shafts, Extraction and Experimental Hall structures, mechan-ical and electrical systems, site work and development and miscellaneous support buildings .. Volume 4, Conventional Facilities Design, details each of the conventional facility clements. 37 Cost estimates for the conventional facilities are Identified in Table 2.6A. Cost estimates for the Conventional Facilities were developed from detailed material takeoffs using the design drawings, previously identified in 2.5, Estimate Basis. The cost estimates were developed by: • Design Consultants • Independent Cost Consultants • Contractor Verifications • In-house costing tools such as the means estimating indexes. Table 2.6A Conventional Construction Design Package Description 1989 Can.$OOO % 1 Tunnels and Underground Structures 23,854.3 14 2 Mechanical Systems 27,762.1 17 3 Electrical Systems 36,270.5 22 4 Extraction and Experimental Facilities 39,013.4 24 5 Site Development and Support Buildings 23,967.7 15 Temporary Project Services 13,715.0 ...a TOTAL 164,578.0 100.0 Review of the costing data were completed by UMA Spantec Ltd, prior to data base input. Verification of data base output was carried out by UMA Spantec Ltd. Work scopes for each of the conventional design packages include: • Design Package 1 - Tunnels and Underground Structures - Cyclotron vault modifications - IA Tunnel - Booster Tunnel - BC Tunnel - Main ring tunnel - Tunnel access shaft - Service building access to Main ring tunnel - Booster underground structure • Design Package 2 - Mechanical System Site Services, sanitary, storm and domestic water, gas Cooling systems for tunnels LCW cooling water systems for equipment 38 Air conditioning for equipment Fire system Control systems for mechanical • Design Package 3 - Electrical - Transmission System to site at 69 kV. - Site Distribution system 25 kV - 4.1kV /480 V - Tunnel lighting, communications and access systems - Grounding system - Emergency power system - Cabling from power supplies to magnets, rf and kickers. • Design Package 4 - Extraction and Experimental Facilities - Extraction Hall and canyon - Switchyard - Experimental Hall - 6 GeV Hall Note: Experimental Facility does not include 20 GeV or Neutrino Facilities. • Design Package 5 - Development and Support Buildings - TRIUMF Administration Building Modifications - Site programming - Helium building - Stores building - Booster above ground structure - Equipment service buildings - Capacitor yard structures - Landscaping - Area Lighting - Fencing and Roadways Note: Support buildings do not include the new office building, technical service building or workshop expansion. • Temporary Services for both Design and Construction Period - Design facilities and maintenance trailers installed and maintained on project site. - Equipment and furnishings - Office supplies - Insurance - First Aid - Tools 39 - Expenses - Site Vehicles - Security Section 2.10, Statement of Accuracy, will address contingencies applied to conven-tional facilities. 2.7 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS The cost estimate for the technical systems of the KAON Factory is shown on Table 2.7 A. The costs include supply and installation. Costs of design will be identified in Section 2.8, E, D, I and A. Table 2.7A Technical Systems Sum Code Description 1989 Can.SOOO % 19 Power Supplies 75,517.0 20.0 20 Magnets 85,678.6 23.0 21 RF System 37,528.2 10.0 22 Vacuum System 45,007.5 12.0 23 Targets and Dumps 1,421.1 0.4 24 Shielding 31,146.6 8.0 25 Remote Handling 10,295.0 3.0 26 Safety and Security 3,000.3 0.8 27 Beam Diagnostics 16,735.3 4.0 28 Central Controls 28,930.3 8.0 29 Kickers and Choppers 17,942.5 5.0 31 Separators and Electrostatic Septa 8,593.6 2.0 33 Experimental Channels 371.6 0.1 35 Alignment and Survey 8,993.7 -.1J! TOTAL 371,161.3 100 A review of the major technical systems for the KAON Factory follows: • Power Supplies Total costs of power supplies for the KAON Factory is $74,912.2K. This includes power supplies for the accelerator rings and experimental areas. Costs for the regulated dc power supplies were determined from a study by Inverpower Controls Ltd., who built an 80-V, 3000-A prototype of the dc bias power supply for the Booster and Driver dipole systems, plus a 450 V, 1600 A unit. Costs for the large banks of capacitors and dc bypass chokes required for the resonant systems for the Booster and Driver synchrotrons were developed with 40 industry representatives from Hammond and ABB (Westinghouse) plus visitors, H. Baumann (CERN) and H. Sasaki (KEK). Cabling costs were developed from a detailed study done by Hipp Engineering Ltd. Volume 4 contains the cabling study and costing report. • Magnets The total cost of the magnets for the KAON Factory is $82,390.0K. This includes magnets for the machine and experimental areas. The magnet costs were developed within TRIUMF using an estimating curve based on present experience with magnet design, procurement and bid responses from 7 international firms for 25 Booster dipoles, and a confirmation check with a program used at Argonne National Laboratory. The total number of magnets for the KAON project is approximately 2,000. • RF System Total cost of the RF system for the KAON Factory is $31,768.6K. Costs for the Booster and Driver rf cavities were determined from the develop-ment work carried out at TRIUMF and Los Alamos National Laboratory. The fixed frequency cavities for the lA, A, C and E rings are based on the develop-ment work and construction of the 50 MHz PETRA and HERA ring cavities carried out by AECL at Chalk River. Costs for individual components, such as tetrode tubes, bias power supplies, ferrite, amplifier power supplies and solid state drivers are based on supplier quotes or budgetary estimates from manufacturers. • Vacuum System Total cost of the Vacuum System for the KAON Factory is $41,338.8K. This includes vacuum for the machine plus experimental areas. The costs for the vacuum system are based on detailed quantity takeoffs for each area. Supplier quotes were obtained for approximately 90% of the vacuum system components. The ceramic beam pipe cost was developed from detailed quantity takeoffs and experience of other labs and prototyping of ceramic sections. • Kickers and Choppers . Total cost of the Kickers and Chopper for the KAON Factory is $14,036.0K. The cost of many of the components within the kickers are based on CERN experiences. Items such a thyratron housings, 25 ohm PFN cabling, cable high voltage connectors were based on the CERN information. Manufacturer quotations were received on items such as LX 1171A thyratrons, test equipment, 25 ohm transmission cable, power supplies, high power termi-nation resistor disks, capacitor banks, ferrite and high voltage diode stacks. • Shielding Total cost of the shielding for the KAON Factory is $31,146.6K. This includes shielding costs for the machine and experimental areas. 41 Shielding costs include concrete and steel shielding. A detailed material takeoff was done within each area to determine quantities. The concrete shielding requirements vary from standard concrete blocks, to low sodium, and boron additive concrete. Unit rates for each type of concrete were obtained from local suppliers. The steel shielding costs used the availability of inexpensive steel from an in-ternational source to develop a unit cost rate. The total quantity of shielding is: Concrete 64,377 m3 Steel 49,312 tonne • Beam Diagnostics Total cost of beam diagnostics for the KAON Factory is $15,008.4K. This in-cludes costs for the machine and experimental area. These costs were based on TRIUMF experience and external quotes. Inter-faces with kicker and vacuum groups determined scope of the beam diagnostics program. • Central Controls Total cost for the central control system of the KAON Factory is $24,434.2K. These costs were developed by TRIUMF detailed estimates. A large component of the Control System costs is the programming manhours associated with the control functions. The central control system costs do not include control functions with specific technical components such as power supplies, vacuum or magnets. These con-trols are included within their respective summary accounts. 2.8 ENGINEERING, DESIGN, INSPECTION AND AR-CHITECTURE The cost estimates for the engineering, design, inspection and architectural services for the KAON Factory total $61.1 million. A review of the requirements for the teclmical systems and conventional facilities are presented below. • Technical Systems The E, D and I cost estimate for technical systems is $51.1 million 1989 Cana-dian. The cost estimate was developed by determining E, D and I needs within each technical system area. Detailed manhours and expense estimates were used as a basis rather than applying a gross percentage of constructed value. The execution of the technical systems E,D and I, will be accomplished primarily with TRIUMF staff with support by contract or visiting specialists. 42 The E, D and I cost estimate for the technical systems is based on the as-sumption that detailed production design will start at T=O. This requires that technical parameters have been identified and requirements are in place. E, D and I services for the KAON Factory include: Reporting Detailed design Contract drawings and specifications Interface with conventional facilities Construction contracts review Construction and fabrication inspections - Maintenance of as-constructed drawings - Disbursements • Conventional Facilities The E, D, I and A cost estimate for the conventional facilities is $10.1 million 1989 Canadian. As in the technical systems, the conventional E, D, I and A was developed by determining specific needs for the task. The execution of the conventional facilities E, D, I and A, under the direction of the conventional facilities Project Manager, will be accomplished by using private sector consulting engineering and architectural firms. E, D, I and A services for the KAON Factory include: - Reporting - Detailed design of conventional facilities - Contract . Drawings and specifications - Construction contract reviews - Construction - Maintenance Manuals - Maintenance of as-constructed drawings - Disbursements. 2.9 MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT The cost estimate for provision of management and support services for the KAON Factory five year capital program is $14.4 million. The provision of management and support services is a collaborative effort between TRIUMF resources and private sector firms. 43 • Technical Contained within the scope of TRIUMF supplied management and support services are the following: - KAON Project Manager/Director - KAON Division Heads KAON Group Leaders Scheduling Procurement and quality control Clerical and support staff - Financial Services .- Inventory and warehouse staff The KAON management and support services total 143 person years over the five year capital program. • Conventional A project management approach has been used for the execution of the conven-tional facilities work scope. Reporting to the KAON Project Manager/Director, the conventional project management and support team would include: - Project Manager - Project Services Manager - Design Managers Clerical and support staff - Construction Managers and Co-ordinators - Estimaters - Schedulers Utilization of certain technical management and support services for conven-tional requirements has optimised the cost effectiveness of the overall manage-ment and services requirements. The conventional project management and support services total 68 person years over the five year capital program. The conventional project management team would operate from the project site. • Note It must be pointed out that the cost estimate basis, developed for the man-agement and support services of the KAON capital program, assumes that the KAON Project Manager and other key management members are on board and functioning prior to T=O. 44 2.10 STATEMENT OF ACCURACY The KAON Factory cost estimate information and basis documents have undergone reviews internally as well as externally by various bodies and specialists. The result of these reviews has led to the establishment of the contingency levels applied to the various KAON Factory elements. Table 2.10A summarizes these costs. Table 2.lDA Component Conventional Facilities Conventional Project Management and E,D, I and A Technical Systems Power Supplies Magnets All Other Systems Contingency % 10 10 15 15 20 The overall contingency value applied to the KAON Factory Factory is Can$79.4 million 1989. 2.11 ANCILLARY PROJECT COSTS The KAON Factory cost estimate for the 5 year capital program as defined previously, totals Can$693.4 million 1989. This report section will identify other cost areas not included within the five year capital program . • General - Land acquisition costs - Relocation costs of groups currently occupying land to be acquired - Micro-chip manufacturing facility - Pion therapy facility. • Conventional Facilities - New office and administration building - New technical services building - Workshop expansion - Additional paving requirements - Neutrino Facility - 20 GeV facility - Associated E, D I and A, project management and administration costs. 45 • Technical Systems - Research and development - Spares - Technical systems upgrade - Experimental facilities subsequent to full operational commissioning ofKAON Factory * Fast extraction system * 20 Ge V system * Polarized proton system * Neutrino system • Operations Costs - Utilities Costs - Commissioning costs - KAON operations costs. The funding of the above noted items, with the exception of those identified in the "General" Section, will be accommodated within the proposed KAON Factory funding profile shown on Table 2.11A. Table 2.11A Summary of Overall Operating Costs ($millions (1989)) PHASE Building and Commissioning Running Project Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Budget Category TRIUMF Operations 27 27 23 17 14 0 0 KAON Factory Operations 7 25 43 71 71 Experimental Infrastructure 2 5 10 10 19 19 TRIUMF /KAON Factory Total 27 29 35 52 67 90 90 Support to Researchers (NSERC) 5 8 8 8 8 8 8 TOTAL 32 37 43 60 75 98 98 46 2.12 KAON FACTORY COST SUMMARIES • KAON Factory Cash Flow The annual cash flow requirements for the five year capital program is presented in Table 2.12B. The cash flow has been identified by three categories: construc-tion, contingency and escalation. The construction and contingency costs are derived from the capital cost estimates by summary account within the WBS. The escalation rates applied are based on the scheduled progressed program reflected by the schedule shown in Chapter 1 of this volume. Escalation was calculated annually using scaling factors in Table 2.12A, developed from in-formation obtained from the Conference Board of Canada, British Columbia Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations and reviews with private sector financial bodies. Table 2.12A Escalation Scaling Factors Fiscal Year Escalation % Scaling Factor 1989 0.0 1.000 1990 4.5 1.045 1991 7.0* 1.120 1992 4.7 1.170 1993 4.7 1.230 1994 5.0 1.290 1995 5.0 1.350 1996 5.0 1.420 *Note: 1991 escalation factor of 7% has laken into account the possible effect of the proposed Goods and Services Tax. Cash flow of the five year capital program is shown in Table 2.12B. Table 2.12B Five Year Capital Program Cash Flow ($millions (1989)) Item Year Year Year Year Year 1 2 3 4 5 Construction 42.6 103.4 161.6 164.4 142.0 Contingency 5.4 13.2 20.8 21.1 19.8 Subtotal 48.0 116.7 182.4 185.5 161.8 Escalation 5.8 19.8 41.9 53.8 56.3 TOTAL 53.8 136.5 224.3 239.3 218.1 47 Figures 1 and 2 graphically illustrate cash flow projections . • Summary Cost Estimate Reports The following cost estimate summary reports, for the five year capital program, have been included below: Major Category Summary Report A rea Summary Reports Summary Code Summary Reports 48 KAON FACTORY 5 YEAR CAPITAL PROGRAM CASH FLOW (COSTS IN MILLION FY 1989 CANADIAN DOLlARS) CONSTRUCTION $614 70.4% CONTINGENCY $80 9.2% ESCALATION $178 20.4% YEAR 3 PROJECT COSTS YEAR 2 $137 15.7% YEAR 1 $54 6.2% YEAR4 $239 27.4% $218 25.0% CASH FLOW FIGURE 1 KAON FACTORY 5 YEAR CAPITAL PROGRAM CASH FLOW 300 en 250 a: ~ -J 0 ~200 « Q « z (3150 0) C1l co 0 0) ...->-U-en 100 z 0 :::i -J ~ 50 o YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 CONSTRUCTION ml:m:~ 1 CONTINGENCY hUH ESCALATION FIGURE2 APPENDIX A Work Breakdown Structures and Definitions APPENDIX A WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE AND DEFINITIONS A. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE A detailed work breakdown structure (WBS) was developed to identify project elements needed for the KAON Factory and allowing the costing of those elements to be done in a consistent and effective manner. The various levels of detail within the WBS allows for costing information to be presented in a summary or a detailed level of cost identification. The levels of the WBS for the KAON Factory PDS, from the most summary in nature down to the most detailed is as follows. 1. MAJOR CATEGORY - Major cost centres within the PDS. 2. AREA - A subsection of major category used to identify costs by geographical or specific work systems. 3. SUMMARY - Identifies project costs by technical system or construction trade. 4. DETAIL - Identifies project component costs within an individual technical system or specific construction trade. 5. COST ORIGIN - Identifies the origin of the estimated project costs. Three categories have been allowed for: • A - Allowance • S - Supplier bid or quote information • E - Estimated information 6. COST CLASS - Identifies the most basic of costing information. This level identifies all costs against one of four headings. • M - Materials • T - TRIUMF labour • E - Equipment • C - Subcontracts 1 Major 1 st layer Category t- 2nd layer Summary 3rd layer Area Code f---4th layer Detail r--5th layer Code Cost Class Figure 1: WBS Layers The KAON Factory WBS listing for major categories and their associated areas is as follows: Major Category Description 1 Project Management and Administration 2 3 System Engineering and Design Conventional Construction Area Description 10 Project Management 20 TRIUMF Administration 30 Test and Commissioning 10 Conventional Architectural, and Design 20 System Engineering and Design 1 Offsites 10 Cyclotron Modifications, Booster and Transfer Lines 20 Equipment and Service Buildings -Main Ring 30 Extraction Facility 40 Experimental Hall and Switchyard 41 6 GeV Hall 42 20 Ge V Hall 43 Neutrino Hall 2 50 Landscaping and Site Services 60 Support Buildings 70 Tunnels - Main Ring 4 Booster Rings 5 General 10 TRIUMF Upgrade 20 IA Transfer Line 30 A Ring 31 AB Transfer Line 40 BRing 41 BC Transfer Line 5 Main Rings 5 General 10 BC Transfer Line 20 C Ring 30 CD Transfer Line 40 DRing 50 DE Transfer Line 60 E Ring 6 Shielding 10 IA Transfer Line 20 Booster Complex 30 BC Transfer Line 40 Main Rings 50 Extraction, General 51 Extraction, Slow 52 Extraction, Fast 60 Switchyard, General 61 Switchyard, Line A 62 Switchyard, Line B 63 Switchyard, Proton 70 Experimental Hall, General 71 Experimental Hall, 0.5 GeV Ie Line 72 Experimental Hall, 0.8 Ge V I cLine 73 Experimental Hall, 1.5 Ge V I cLine 74 Experimental Hall, 2.5 Ge V Ie Line 75 Experimental Hall, Line B Target Area 76 Experimental Hall, Line A Target Area 80 Experimental Hall, 6 Ge V I cLine 81 Experimental Hall, 20 Ge V I cLine 82 Experimental Hall, Neutrino and Target 7 Experimental Areas 5 Extraction, General 10 Extraction, Slow 11 Extraction, Fast 20 Switchyard Line A 21 Switchyard Line B 22 Switchyard Proton 3 8 Services and Utilities 30 Experimental Hall, General 31 0.5 GeV Ie Line 32 0.8 GeV Ie Line 33 1.5 GeV Ie Line 34 2.5 GeV Ie Line 36 Target Area Line B (Primary) 37 Target Area Line A (Primary) 40 6 GeV Ie Line 50 20 GeV Ie Line 60 Neutrino 10 Electrical System 20 Mechanical System 30 Operating Utilities 40 Common Equipment and Services 50 Central Systems The KAON Factory WBS listing for the summary level of costing is as follows: Summary Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Description General Requirements Sitework Concrete Masonry Metals Carpentry Thermal and Moisture Protection Doors and Windows Finishes Specialities Equipment Furnishings Special Construction Conveying Systems Mechanical Electrical Power Supplies Magnets RF Systems Vacuum System Targets and Beam Dumps Shielding Remote Handling Safety and Security Beam Diagnostics 4 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers and Choppers 30 Collimators, Scrapers and Slits 31 Separators and Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment and Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management and Services 45 Research and Development 46 Technical Engineering and Design 47 Conventional Engineering and Design 50 Contingency - Capital Program 51 Escalation - Capital Program 60 Systems Commissioning 70 Operations 90 Contingency - Operations 91 Escalation - Operations The KAON Factory WBS listing for the detail level of costing follows. 5 04 Piezometers SUMMARY 1 GENERAL 10 Drainage, Foundation REQUIREMENTS 11 Drainage, Underslab 20 Storm Drain Manholes 01010 Summary of Work 21 Storm Drain Catchbasins 01020 Allowances and Contractor Markups 22 Storm Drain Culverts 01030 Project Procedures 23 Storm Drain Pipe 01040 Coordination 50 Fence, Chain Link 01050 Registry Agencies 51 Fence, Other 01200 Project Meeting 75 Trees/Shru bs 01300 Submissions 76 Groundcover 01400 Quality Control 77 Grass/Sod 01800 Maintenance Manuals 78 Irrigating Systems 79 Planting Area Preparation SUMMARY 2 SITEWORK 02000 DEMOLITION 02500 PAVING, SURFACING, PONDS 01 Major Structure Demolition AND RESERVOIRS 01 Paving, Asphalt 02100 SITE PREPARATION 02 Temporary Roads AND UNDERPINNING 03 Temporary Parking 01 Clear and Grub 20 Base Course 02 Large Track Tree Removal 21 Pavement Marking 03 Strip and Stockpile Topsoil 22 Curbs 50 Underpinning 50 Ponds, Stabilization 51 Ponds, Storm Water Holding 02200 EARTHWORK 52 Sewage Lagoons 01 Mass Excavation/Embankment 90 Liners and Covers 02 Mass Structure Excavation/Backfill 03 Footing and Trench Excavation/Backfill 02600 PIPED UTILITIES 04 Rock Excavation/Disposal 01 Reinforced Concrete Sewer Pipe 05 Hand Excavation/Grading 08 Sewer Manholes 06 Machine Grading 09 Prepackaged Lift/Pump Stations 07 Ordinary Earth/Borrow Fill 10 Water Pipe, Steel 08 Granular Base or Fill 18 Water Valves 09 Dispose Surplus Spoil 19 Backflow Preventors 10 Slope Erosion Control 20 Fire Pipe, Steel 11 Reclaim and Spread Topsoil 28 Fire Hydrants 29 Fire Valves 02300 TUNNELING, PILES, CAISSONS 30 Gas/Oil Systems AND COFFERDAMS 01 Thnnel Excavation SUMMARY 3 CONCRETE 50 Piles, Wood 51 Piles, Precast 03100 CONCRETE FORMWORK 52 Piles, Sheet 53 Piles, Shaped Steel Sections 03200 REINFORCEMENT 60 Caissons, Excavated 01 Bar at Foundations 61 Caissons, Drilled 02 WWF at Slabs 62 Caissons, Open 03 Bar at Slabs on Grade 63 Caissons, Box 04 Bar at Suspended Slabs and Beams 64 Caissons, Bell 05 Bar at Tilt-up 71 Cofferdam, Cellular 06 Bar at Walls 72 Cofferdam, Double Wall 07 Miscellaneous Bar Reinforcing 90 Cribbing 08 Post Tensioning 09 Grout Post Tension Tendons 02400 DRAINAGE, SITE IMPROVEMENTS AND LANDSCAPING 03300 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE 01 Dewatering, Well points 01 Footings, Spread 02 Dewatering, French Drains 02 Footings, Continuous 03 Dewatering, Relief Wells 03 Footings, Mass and Pile Caps 6 04 Beams, Grade and Tie 05100 STRUCTURAL METAL FRAMING 05 Walls, Foundation 01 Columns 06 Walls, Retaining 02 Beams and Purlins 07 Walls, Superstructural 03 Cold Rolled Purlins and Subpurlins 08 Wa.lls, Radius 10 Architectural Structural Steel, Bea.ms 10 Slab on Grade 11 Slabs, Suspended Waffle 05200 METAL JOISTS 12 Slab and Beams, Suspended 01 Open Web Steel Joists 13 Slabs, Topping 02 Custom Fabricated Steel Joists 14 Ad Mixtures 03 Steel Trusses 15 Columns, Pilasters and Piers 04 Open Web Girders 16 Stairs/Landings 17 Pits/Trenches 05300 METAL DECKING 18 Gunite 01 Roof Deck, Steel 19 Grouting 02 Roof Deck, Aluminum 40 Finish/Cure Flat Slabs 05 Floor Deck, Steel 41 Sacking 06 Floor Deck, Aluminum 42 Point/Patch 43 Hardeners/Sealers 05400 COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING 44 Sand Blasting 45 Special Treatments/Finishes 05500 MISCELLANEOUS METAL 60 Pumping 01 Stairs, Steel Pan 61 Hoisting 02 Stairs, Open Grating 03 Catwalks 03400 PRECAST CONCRETE 04 Ladders 01 Form/Pour Tilt-up 05 Handrails/Railings, Industrial 02 Precast 06 Gratings and Floor Plates 03 Erect Precast/Tilt 07 Miscellaneous Metal, Unspecified 04 Grout/Caulk Precast 08 Welding 03500 CEMENTITIOUS DECKS 05600 EQUIPMENT SUPPORTS 01 Equipment Supports 03600 SUPPORTS 02 Slide and Wear Plates 01 Magnets 03 Grouting/Shims 02 Misc. Equipment 05700 ORNAMENTAL METAL 03700 CONCRETE RESTORATION 01 Handrails and Railings AND CLEANING 05800 EXPANSION CONTROL 03800 ACCESSORIES 01 Expansion Joints 01 Anchor Bolts 02 Expansion Joint Covers 02 Embedded Steel 03 Misc. 05900 Pipe Racks SUMMARY 6 CARPENTRY SUMMARY 4 MASONRY 06100 ROUGH CARPENTRY 04200 UNIT MASONRY 01 Framing, Wall 01 Brick 02 Framing, Floor 02 Concrete 03 Fra.ming, Roof 03 Split Faced 04 Sheathing, Wall 05 Sheathing, Floor and Roof 04400 STONE 06 Siding, Wall 07 Underlayment 04600 CORROSION RESISTANT MASONRY 08 Decking 09 Furring/Stripping 10 Blocking/Ledgers/Cants SUMMARY 5 METALS 20 Glu-Iams 21 Trusses 7 22 Truss, Joists 01 Flashing and Trim 20 Gutters and Downspouts, Sheet Metal 06200 FINISH CARPENTRY 30 Gravel Stops 01 Trim, Standing and Running 02 Plastic Laminate 07800 ROOF ACCESSORIES 01 Sky Lights, Plastic 06400 ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 10 Hatches, Smoke 01 Prefinished Siding and Paneling 11 Hatches, Man 02 Floor and Wall Cabinets 20 Ventilators, Gravity 03 Wood Stairs and Rails 30 Curbs/Expansion Joints, Fiber 07900 JOINT SEALANTS SUMMARY 7 THERMAL AND 01 Joint Fillers MOISTURE PROTECTION 02 Gaskets 10 Compression Seals, Neoprene 07100 WATERPROOFING AND 20 Caulking DAMPROOFING 01 Waterproofing, Membrane 02 Waterproofing, Elastomeric SUMMARY 8 DOORS AND WINDOWS 03 Waterproofing, Bituminous 60 Damproofing, Bituminous 08100 METAL DOORS AND FRAMES 61 Damproofing, Silicone 01 Standard Steel Doors/Frames 62 Water Repellent Coatings 02 Custom Steel Doors/Frames 03 Packaged Steel Doors/Frames 07200 INSULATION AND FIREPROOFING 04 Aluminum Doors/Frames 01 Batts 05 Stainless Steel Doors/Frames 02 rugid 03 LOO8eFill 08200 WOOD AND PLASTIC DOORS 04 Roof and Deck Insulation AND FRAMES 05 Hot Pipe Insulation 01 Wood 06 Cold Pipe Insulation 02 Plastic Faced 10 Hot Vessel and Heat 03 Steel Faced Exchanger Insulation 11 Cold Vessel and Heat 08300 SPECIAL DOORS Exchanger Insulation 01 Access Doors 15 Hot Special Insulation and 02 Fire/Blast Doors Refractory 03 Safety Doors 16 Cold Special Insulation and 04 Radiation Doors Refraction 05 Air Seal Doors 50 Fireproofing, Cementitious 10 Coiling Doors, Overhead 20 Folding Doors, Panel 07300 SHINGLES AND ROOFING TILES 30 Overhead Doors, Steel 01 Shingles 40 Sliding Glass Doors 02 Tile, Clay 03 Tile, Concrete 08400 ENTRANCES AND STOREFRONT 01 Aluminum Entrances/Storefronts 07400 PREFORMED ROOFING AND SIDING 02 Automatic Entrances/Storefronts 01 Roof Panels 03 Revolving Doors 50 Siding, Metal 51 Siding and Panels, Composition 08500 METAL WINDOWS 52 Siding and Panels, Cladding 01 Aluminum 02 Steel 07500 MEMBRANE ROOFING 03 Stainless 01 Bituminous, Built-up 04 Security 02 Fluid Applied 03 Membrane, Protected 08600 WOOD, PLASTIC AND 04 Membrane, Reflective SPECIAL WINDOWS 01 Wood 07600 SHEET METAL 02 Metal Clad 8 03 Plastic Clad 11 Wallpaper 08700 HARDWARE 01 Finish Hardware SUMMARY 10 SPECIALTIES 10 Automatic Door Equipment 11 Weatherstripping and Seals 10100 BOARDS AND COMPARTMENTS 01 Chalk Boards 08800 GLAZING 02 Tack Boards 01 Glass, Plate 50 Toilet Compartments and 10 Plastic, Insulated Urinal Screens 51 Shower and Dressing 08900 GLAZED CURfAIN WALLS Compartments 01 Steel 02 Aluminum 10200 FILTRATION AND PROTECTIVE 10 Wall and Skylight Systems, SYSTEMS Translucent 01 Louvers, Metal, Wall and Door 10 Grilles, Metal 11 Screens, Metal SUMMARY 9 FINISHES 30 Wall and Corner Guards 40 Access Flooring 09200 LATHE, PLASTER AND DRYWALL 01 Lathe and Plaster, Gypsum 10300 PREFABRICATED SPECIALTIES 02 Lathe and Plaster, Veneer 01 Fireplaces and Stoves 03 Lathe and Plaster, Cement 20 Flagpoles 50 Gypsum Drywall, Walls 51 Gypsum Drywall, Ceilings 10400 IDENTIFYING/CONTROL DEVICES 52 Gypsum Drywall, Furred 01 Directories/Bulletin Boards 53 Drywall, Fireproofing 40 Signs 50 Pedestrial Control Devices 09300 TILE 01 Ceramic 10500 LOCKERS, PROTECTIVE AND 02 Quarry POSTAL DEVICES 01 Lockers 09400 TERRAZZO 20 Fire Extinguishers, Portable 01 Terrazzo 30 Protective Cover and Walkway 50 Postal Specialties, Mailboxes 09500 ACOUSTIC TREATMENT AND WOOD FLOORING 10600 PARTITIONS, SCALES AND 01 Acoustic Ceilings SHELVING 50 Wood, Parquet 01 Mesh Partitions 02 Demountable Partitions 09600 STONE, BRICK CARPET AND 50 Scales, Truck RESILIENT FLOORING 70 Shelving, Storage 01 Stone 25 Brick 10700 SUN CONTROL AND TELEPHONE 75 Resilient Tile SPECIALTIES 76 Resilient Sheet 01 Shades 77 PVC 50 Telephone Enclosures 09700 SPECIAL FLOORING AND TREATMENTS SUMMARY 11 EQUIPMENT 09800 SPECIAL COATINGS 11100 SPECIALTY AND COMMERCIAL 01 Tunnel Wall Finishes 01 Maintenance Equipment 65 Loading Dock Shelters 09900 PAINTING AND WALL COVERING 66 Levelers 01 Painting, Exterior 67 Ramps 02 Painting, Interior 68 Bumpers 10 Wall Covering, Vinyl 70 Incinerators 9 90 Detention equipment, SUMMARY 13 SPECIAL cell doors CONSTRUCTION 11200 WATER SUPPLY AND TREATMENT 13100 SPECIALTY ROOMS AND STRUCTURES 01 Gates, Sliding 01 Air Supported Structures 10 Pumps, Water 02 Clean Rooms 20 Mixers and Flocculators 25 Insulated Rooms 30 Areation Equipment 30 Sound, Vibration and Seismic Control 11300 FLUID WASTE DISPOSAL AND 50 Pre-engineered Structures TREATMENT 51 Metal Buildings 01 Sewage Ejectors 60 Vaults 02 Pa.cka.ged Pump Lift Stations 70 Pools 10 Sewage Pumps 20 Grit Collection 13200 INSTRUMENTATION 30 Screening and Grinding 40 Skimming Tank 13400 LIQUID AND GAS STORAGE TANKS 50 Sedimentation 60 Sludge Handling 13500 WASTE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS 70 Filter Press Equipment 80 Sludge Digestion Equipment 13600 UTILITY CONTROL SYSTEMS 11400 FOOD SERVICE, DARKROOM 13700 INDUSTRIAL AND PROCESS AND ATHLETIC CONTROL SYSTEMS 01 Food Service 02 Custom Fabricated 13800 OIL AND GAS REFINING PLANTS 50 Residential Equipment, Kitchen AND CONTROL SYSTEMS 70 Darkroom Equipment, Processing 80 Athletic, Recreational and 13900 TRANSPORTATION, AUTOMATION Therapeutic AND ENERGY SYSTEMS 11500 INDUSTRIAL 01 Paint Booths SUMMARY 14 CONVEYING SYSTEMS 11600 LABORATORY AND OBSERVATORY 14100 DUMBWAITERS 02 Fume Hoods 14200 ELEVATORS 11800 COMMUNICATIONS AND NAVIGATIONAL 01 Telecommunications Equipment 14300 HOISTS AND CRANES 50 Navigational Equipment 14400 LIFTS SUMMARY 12 FURNISHINGS 14500 MATERIALS HANDLING 12100 ARTWORK 14600 TURNTABLES 12300 MANUFACTURED CABINETS AND 14700 MOVING STAIRS AND WALKS CASEWORK 14800 POWERED SCAFFOLDING 12500 WINDOW AND FABRIC TREATMENT 14900 TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 12600 FURNITURE, RUGS AND 01 Magnet Transporter ACCESSORIES 02 Magnet Carrier 12700 MULTIPLE SEATING SUMMARY 15 MECHANICAL 12800 INTERIOR PLANS AND PLANTING 15000 SUPPLY WATER 01 Piping, valves and fi t tings 10 02 Equipment 05 Fixtures 03 Installation 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 04 Ducting 07 Excavation and Backfill 05 Fixtures 08 Testing 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 09 Special Coatings 07 Excavation and Backfill 10 Removal and Relocation of 08 Testing Existing Services 09 Special Coatings 11 Insulation 10 Removal and Relocation of Existing Services 11 Insulation 15500 PROCESS VENTILATION 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 15100 LCW - NON ACTIVE SYSTEM 02 Equipment 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 03 Installation 02 Equipment 04 Ducting 03 Installation 05 Fixtures 04 Ducting 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 05 Fixtures 07 Excavation and Backfill 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 08 Testing 07 Excavation and Backfill 09 Special Coatings 08 Testing 10 Removal and Relocation of 09 Special Coatings Existing Services 10 Removal and Relocation of 11 Insulation Existing Services 11 Insulation 15600 ACTIVE WASTES 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 15200 LCW - LOW ACTIVE SYSTEM 02 Equipment 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 03 Installation 02 Equipment 04 Ducting 03 Installation 05 Fixtures 04 Ducting 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 05 Fixtures 07 Excavation and Backfill 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 08 Testing 07 Excavation and Backfill 09 Special Coatings 08 Testing 10 Removal and Relocation of 09 Special Coatings Existing Services 10 . Removal and Relocation of 11 Insulation Existing Services 11 Insulation 15700 PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 15300 LCW - HIGH ACTNE SYSTEM 02 Equipment 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 03 Installation 02 Equipment 04 Ducting 03 Installation 05 Fixtures 04 Ducting 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 05 Fixtures 07 Excavation and Backfill 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 08 Testing 07 Excavation and Backfill 09 Special Coatings 08 Testing 10 Removal and Relocation of 09 Special Coatings Existing Services 10 Removal and Relocation of 11 Insulation Existing Services 11 Insulation 15800 FIRE PROTECTION 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 15400 PROCESS COOLING 02 Equipment 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 03 Installation 02 Equipment 04 Ducting 03 Installation 05 Fixtures 04 Ducting 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 11 07 Excavation and Backfill 55 Ground Fault Protection 08 Testing 60 Transformers 09 Special Coatings 70 480 V Distribution 10 Removal and Relocation of 71 480 V Power Existing Services 72 Branch Circuits 11 Insulation 73 Convenience Power-Tunnel 15900 BUILDING MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 16500 LIGHTING 01 Piping, Valves and Fittings 01 Office 02 Equipment 02 Warehouse 03 Installation 03 Industrial Plant 04 Ducting 04 Tunnel Ligh ting 05 Fixtures 10 Luminous Ceiling 06 Supports, Racks and Hangars 07 Excavation and Backfill 16600 SPECIAL SYSTEMS 08 Testing 01 Emergency Light and 09 Special Coatings Power 10 Instrumen tation 02 Emergency Management 11 Insulation Systems 10 Emergency Distribution SUMMARY 16 ELECTRICAL Switchgear 12 Emergency Generators 16100 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 01 Substation Work 16700 COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 02 Distribution Transformers 01 Telephone 03 Distribution Switchgear - 25 Kv 02 Alarm System 04 Primary Distribution System 03 Clock and Program 05 Distribution - 5 Kv 21 Fire Alarm System 06 Yard Lighting 27 Security System 07 Underground Cabling 60 Intercom System 70 PA System 16200 BC HYDRO SYSTEM EXTENSION 80 Television System 01 Generators 02 UBC System Modifications 03 Transmission Service 16800 HEATING AND COOLING 04 UBC Relocated Feeders 01 Cooling Equipment 05 UBC Abandoned Feeders 20 Heating Equipment 06 Open Accounts 07 Station Modifications 16900 CONTROLS AND 16300 POWER TRANSMISSION INSTRUMENTATION 01 Vaults 10 Packaged Substation 15 Power Controls SUMMARY 19 POWER SUPPLY 30 Capacitors 19100 MAGNETS (AC) RESONANT 16400 SITE SERVICE AND 02 Prototype DISTRIBUTION 03 Material Supply 01 Overhead Electrical Service 04 Equipment 02 Underground Electrical Service 05 Fabrication 03 Emergency Electrical Service 06 Assembly 10 Power Factor Correction 07 Installation 20 Service Entrance 08 Accessories 21 Lighting Arrestors 09 Test and Measurement 30 Metering 10 Cabling 31 Relay Protection 11 Inspections 40 Service Disconnect 12 Transportation 41 Primary Load Interrupters 50 Grounding 19200 MAGNETS (AC) PROGRAM 12 02 Prototype 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 Assembly 10 Transportation 07 Installation 11 Support 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurement 20200 QUADRUPOLES 10 Cabling 02 Prototypes 11 Inspections 03 Material Supply 12 Transportation 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 19300 MAGNETS (DC) 06 Assembly 02 Prototype 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 10 Transportation 06 Assembly 11 Supports 07 Installation 08 Accessories 20300 SEXTUPOLES 09 Test and Measurement 02 Prototypes 10 Cabling 03 Material Supply 11 Inspections 04 Equipment Supply 12 Transportation 05 Fabrication 19400 MAGNETS (PROGRAMMED) 06 Assembly 02 Prototype 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 10 Transportation 06 Assembly 11 Supports 07 Installation 08 Accessories 20400 OCD 09 Test and Measurement 01 Open Account 10 Cabling 02 Prototypes 11 Inspections 03 Material Supply 12 Transportation 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 19900 CONTROLS 06 Assembly 07 Installation 02 Prototype 08 Accessories 03 Material Supply 09 Test and Measurements 04 Equipment 10 Transportation 05 Fabrication 11 Supports 06 Assembly 07 Installation 20500 BUMP 08 Accessories 02 Prototypes 09 Test and Measurement 03 Material Supply 10 Cabling 04 Equipment Supply 11 Inspections 05 Fabrication 12 Transportation 06 Assembly 07 Installation 08 Accessories SUMMARY 20 MAGNETS 09 Test and Measurements 10 Transportation 20100 DIPOLES 11 Supports 02 Prototypes 03 Material Supply 20600 SEPTA 04 Equipment Supply 02 Prototypes 05 Fabrication 03 Material Supply 13 04 Equipment Supply 10 Transportation 05 Fabrication 11 Supports 06 Assembly 12 -99 Open Accounts 07 Installation 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 21500 TUNER MATERIALS 10 Transportation 02 Prototypes 11 Supports 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 20900 CONTROLS 05 Fabrication 01 Open Account 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 10 Transportation 06 Assembly 11 Supports 07 Installation 08 Accessories 21600 RF STATION ASSEMBLY 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 10 Transportation 03 Material Supply 11 Supports 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication SUMMARY 21 RF SYSTEMS 06 Assembly 07 Installation 21100 MAIN AMPLIFIER 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 10 Transportation 03 Material Supply 11 Support 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 21700 CONTROLS 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 10 Transportation 06 Assembly 11 Supports 07 Installation 08 Accessories 21200 SOLID STATE AMPLIFIER 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 10 Transportation 03 Material Supply 11 Support 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly SUMMARY 22 VACUUM SYSTEM 07 Installation 08 Accessories 22000 VACUUM SYSTEM 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 10 Transportation 03 Material Supply 11 Supports 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 21300 H.V. POWER SUPPLY 06 Assembly 01 Open Account 07 Installation 02 Prototypes 08 Accessories 03 Material Supply 09 Test and Measurements 04 Equipment Supply 10 Transportation 05 Fabrication 11 Support 06 Assembly 07 Installation 22100 BAKE OUT AND CLEAN AREAS 08 Accessories 02 Prototype 09 Test and Measurements 03 Material Supply 14 04 Equipment Supply 06 Assembly 05 Fabrication 07 Installation 06 Assembly 08 Accessories 07 Installation 09 Test and Measurements 08 Accessories 10 Supports 09 Test and Measurements 10 Supports 22700 ACCESSORIES 01 Design 22200 CERAMIC VESSELS 02 Prototype 02 Prototype 03 Material Supply 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 06 Assembly 07 Installation 07 Installation 08 Accessories 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 09 Test and Measurements 10 Supports 22800 POWER SUPPLIES 22300 STAINLESS STEEL VESSELS 01 Design 02 Prototype 02 Prototype 03 Material Supply 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 06 Assembly 07 Installation 07 Installation 08 Accessories 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 09 Test and Measurements 10 Supports 22400 FLANGE, HARDWARE, SUMMARY 23 TARGETS AND VALVES AND FITTINGS BEAM DUMPS 02 Prototype 03 Material Supply 23100 TARGETS 04 Equipment Supply 02 Prototype 05 Fabrication 03 Material Supply 06 Assembly 04 Equipment Supply 07 Installation 05 Fabrication 08 Accessories 06 Assembly 09 Test and Measurements 07 Installation 10 Supports 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 22500 PUMPS 02 Prototype 23200 BEAM DUMPS 03 Material Supply 02 Prototype 04 Equipment Supply 03 Material Supply 05 Fabrication 04 Equipment Supply 06 Assembly 05 Fabrication 07 Installation 06 Assembly 08 Accessories 07 Installation 09 Test and Measurements 08 Accessories 10 Supports 09 Test and Measurements 22600 CONTROLS 01 Design 23900 CONTROLS 02 Prototype 02 Prototype 03 Material Supply 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 05 Fabrication 15 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 07 Installation SUMMARY 24 SHIELDING 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 24100 CONCRETE 10 Supports 02 Prototype SUMMARY 26 SAFETY AND SECURITY 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 26000 SAFETY AND SECURITY -05 Fabrication GENERAL 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 24200 STEEL 07 Installation 02 Prototype 08 Accessories 03 Material Supply 09 Test and Measurements 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 26100 RADIATION PROTECTION 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 20 Vacuum Envelope 06 Assembly 30 Mass Iron 07 Installation 31 Mass Iron - Open 08 Accessories 32 Mass Iron - Proton 09 Test and Measurements 33 Mass Iron - Material 26200 PERSONNEL ACCESS CONTROL 02 Prototypes 24300 NEUTRINO SHIELD 03 Material Supply 02 Prototype 04 Equipment Supply 03 Material Supply 05 Fabrication 04 Equipment Supply 06 Assembly 05 Fabrication 07 Installation 06 Assembly 08 Accessories 07 Installation 09 Test and Measurements 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 26300 FIRE SAFETY 02 Prototypes 03 Material Supply SUMMARY 25 REMOTE HANDLING 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 25100 Systems 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 26400 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 07 Installation AND SAFETY 08 Accessories 02 Prototypes 09 Test and Measurements 03 Material Supply 10 Supports 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 25900 CONTROLS 06 Assembly 16 07 Installation 06 Assembly 08 Accessories 07 Installation 09 Test and Measurements 08 Accessories 20 Access Control System 09 Test and Measurement 30 Radiation Monitor - Environment 40 Radiation Monitor - Personnel 27300 PROFILE MONITORS 50 Radiation Assay Equipment 02 Prototypes 60 Radiation Gas Monitor 03 Material Supply 70 Radiation Monitor- Beam Spill 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 26500 TRAINING 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurement 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 27400 BEAM LOSS MONITORS 07 Installation 02 Prototypes 08 Accessories 03 Material Supply 09 Test and Measurements 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 26600 REGULATORY AGENCIES 06 Assembly 01 Program Design 07 Installation 02 Modelling 08 Accessories 03 Submissions 09 Test and Measurement 04 Licences 05 Reviews 27900 SPECIALIZED MONITORING 02 Prototypes 26700 WASTE DISPOSAL 03 Material Supply 01 Chemical Wastes 04 Equipment Supply 02 Radioactive Wastes 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 07 Installation SUMMARY 27 BEAM DIAGNOSTICS 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurement 27000 BEAM DIAGNOSTICS GENERAL 02 Prototypes 03 Material Supply SUMMARY 28 CENTRAL CONTROLS 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 28000 GENERAL CONTROLS - GENERAL 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes and Modeling 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurement 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 27100 INTENSITY MONITORING 07 Installation 02 Prototypes 08 Accessories 03 Material Supply 09 Test and Measurements 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 28100 CENTRAL CONTROL AND 07 Installation TIMING SYSTEM 08 Accessories 02 Prototypes and Modeling 09 Test and Measurement 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 27200 POSITIONING MONITORING 05 Fabrication 02 Prototypes 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 17 30100 COLLIMATORS SUMMARY 29 KICKERS, 02 Prototypes AND CHOPPERS 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 29000 KICKERS AND CHOPPERS - GENERAL 05 Fabrication 02 Prototypes 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply . 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 Assembly 07 Installation 30200 SCRAPERS 08 Accessories 02 Prototypes 09 Test and Measurements 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 29100 KICKERS 05 Fabrication 02 Prototypes 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 Assembly 07 Installation 30300 SLITS 08 Accessories 02 Prototypes 09 Test and Measurements 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 29200 CHOPPERS 05 Fabrication 02 Prototypes 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 Assembly 07 Installation 30900 CONTROLS 08 Accessories 02 Prototypes 09 Test and Measurements 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 29900 CONTROLS 05 Fabrication 02 Prototypes 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 Assembly 07 Installation 08 Accessories SUMMARY 31 SEPARATORS AND 09 Test and Measurements ELECTROSTATIC SEPTA 31000 SEPARATORS AND ELECTROSTATIC SUMMARY 30 COLLIMATORS, SEPTA - GENERAL SCRAPERS AND SLITS 02 Prototypes 03 Material Supply 30000 COLLIMATORS, SCRAPERS 04 Equipment Supply AND SLITS - GENERAL 05 Fabrication 02 Prototypes 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 Assembly 07 Installation 08 Accessories 31100 SEPARATOR 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 18 03 Material Supply 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 04 Equipment Supply 05 Fabrication 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 06 Assembly 07 Installation 07 Installation 08 Accessories 08 Accessories 09 Test and Measurements 09 Test and Measurements 31200 ELECTROSTATIC SEPTA 02 Prototypes 33100 EXPERIMENT CHANNELS 03 Material Supply 01 General 04 Equipment Supply 02 Prototypes 05 Fabrication 03 Material Supply 06 Assembly 04 Equipment Supply 07 Installation 05 Fabrication 08 Accessories 06 Assembly 09 Test and Measurements 07 Installation 08 Accessories 31900 CONTROLS 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 10 Transportation 03 Material Supply 11 Supports 04 Equipment Supply SUMMARY 35 ALIGNMENT 05 Fabrication AND SURVEY 06 Assembly 07 Installation 35000 ALIGNMENT AND SURVEY 08 Accessories 01 Design 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply SUMMARY 32 EXPERIMENTAL 05 Fabrication SUPPORT 06 Assembly 07 Installation 32000 EXPERIMENTAL SUPPORT 08 Accessories - GENERAL 09 Test and Measurements 02 Prototypes 03 Material Supply 35100 SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE NETWORK 04 Equipment Supply 01 Design 05 Fabrication 02 Prototypes 06 Assembly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply 08 Accessories 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 Assembly 07 Installation 32100 CENTRAL SYSTEMS 08 Accessories 02 Prototypes 09 Test and Measurements 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 35200 STRUCTURES 05 Fabrication 01 Design 06 Assembly 02 Prototypes 07 Installation 03 Material Supply 08 Accessories 04 Equipment Supply 09 Test and Measurements 05 Fabrication 06 Assembly 07 Installation SUMMARY 33 EXPERIMENTAL 08 Accessories CHANNELS 09 Test and Measurements 33000 CONTROLS 35300 MAGNETS 02 Prototypes and Modeling 01 Design 19 02 Prototypes 06 AlI8embly 03 Material Supply 07 Installation 04 Equipment Supply 08 AcceB80ries 05 Fabrication 09 Test and Measurements 06 AlI8embly 07 Installation 35900 COLLIMATORS, SCRAPERS 08 AcceB80ries AND SEPARATORS 09 Test and Measurements 01 Design 02 Prototypes 35400 RF SYSTEMS 03 Material Supply 01 Design 04 Equipment Supply 02 Prototypes 05 Fabrication 03 Material Supply 06 All8embly 04 Equipment Supply 07 Installation 05 Fabrication 08 AcceB80ries 06 AlI8embly 09 Test and Measurements 07 Installation 08 AcceB80ries 09 Test and Measurements SUMMARY 39 SPARES 35500 BEAM LINE 39001 01 Design 01 Doors, Windows 02 Prototypes 02 Furnishings 03 Material Supply 03 Conveying Systems 04 Equipment Supply 04 Mechanical 05 Fabrication 05 Electrical 06 AlI8embly 10 Power Supplies 07 Installation 11 Magnets 08 AcceB80ries 12 RF 09 Test and Measurements 13 Vacuum 14 Targets and Beam Dumps 35600 TARGETS AND DUMPS 15 Shielding 01 Design 16 Remote Handling 02 Prototypes 17 Beam Diagnostics 03 Material Supply 18 Central Controls 04 Equipment Supply 19 Kickers and Choppers 05 Fabrication 20 Collimators Scrapers and Slits 06 AlI8embly 21 Separators and Electro-07 Installation static Septa 08 Acce880ries 22 Experimental Support 09 Test and Measurements 23 Alignment and Survey 35700 REMOTE HANDLING 01 Design SUMMARY 40 TEMPORARY 02 Prototypes PROJECT SERVICES 03 Material Supply 04 Equipment Supply 40100 TEMPORARY SERVICES 05 Fabrication 01 Trailers/offices 06 Assembly 02 Warehousing/Space rental 07 Installation 03 Communications Equipment 08 Acce880ries 04 Sanitation 09 Test and Measurements 05 Trash Disposal 06 Security Services 35800 KICKERS, CHOPPERS AND SEPTUMS 07 Project Identification/Signs 01 Design 08 Traffic Control 02 Prototypes 09 Weather Protection 03 Material Supply 10 Site Office Furniture 04 Equipment Supply Equipment and Supplies 05 Fabrication 11 Site Vehicles 20 12 Delivery Charges 02 Support Staff 13 Postage and Printing 03 Equipment 14 First Aid 04 Furnishings 15 Telephone 05 Communications 16 Reproduction 06 Postage and Delivery 17 Expenses 07 Travel 08 Expenses 40200 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION 09 Publicity and Advertising 01 Access Roads 10 Facilities 02 Barricades/Fences 11 Printing 03 Bridging 12 Computer Services 04 Storage Yards and Fences 13 Permits and Fees 40300 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS 44200 TRIUMF ADMINISTRATION 01 Noise Control 01 Management/Director 02 Dust Control 02 Support Staff 03 Pollution Control 03 Equipment 04 Erosion Control 04 Furnishings 05 Radiation 05 Communications 06 Chemical Wastes 06 Postage and Delivery 07 Travel 40400 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 08 Expenses AND TOOLS 09 Publicity and Advertising 01 Elevators/Hoists 10 Facilities 02 Cranes 11 Printing 03 Miscellaneous Tools 12 Computer Services 13 Permits and Fees 40500 QUALITY CONTROL 01 Soils Testing/Inspection 44300 ESTIMATING 02 Concrete Testing/ 01 Managemen t /Director Inspection 02 Support Staff 03 Reinforcing Testing/ 03 Equipment Inspection 04 Furnishings 04 Structural Testing/ 05 Communications Inspection 06 Postage and Delivery 05 Radiation 07 Travel 06 Roofing 08 Expenses 09 Publicity and Advertising 40600 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS 10 Facilities 01 Licenses 11 Printing 02 Permits 12 Computer Services 03 Utilities Fees 13 Permits and Fees 04 Systems Development Fees 05 Misc. Assessments 44400 PLANNING AND SCHEDULING 06 Environmental Clean Up 01 Managemen t /Director 07 WCB/Safety/Fire 02 Support Staff 03 Equipment 40700 INSURANCE AND BONDS 04 Furnishings 01 Performance Bond 05 Communications 02 Payment Bond 06 Postage and Delivery 03 Insurance 07 Travel 04 Taxes 08 Expenses 09 Publicity and Advertising 10 Facilities SUMMARY 44 PROJECT MANAGE- 11 Printing MENT AND PROJECT SERVICES 12 Computer Services 13 Permits and Fees 44100 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 01 M anagemen t /Director 44500 PROCUREMENT 21 01 Management/Director DEVELOPMENT 02 Support Sta.f£ 03 Equipment 45000 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 04 Furnishings - GENERAL 05 Communications 01 Design 06 Postage and Delivery 02 Prototypes 07 Travel 03 Material Supply 08 Expenses 04 Equipment Supply 09 Publicity and Advertising 05 Fabrication 10 Facilities 06 Assembly 11 Printing 07 Installation 12 Computer Services 08 Accessories 13 Permits and Fees 09 Test and Measurements 14 VVarehouses/Stores 10 Expenses 20 Physicists 21 Engineers/Programmers 44600 ACCOUNTING 22 Technicians 01 Management/Director 23 Designers 02 Support Staff 24 Support Staff 03 Equipment 04 Furnishings 45100 ACCELERATOR AND BEAMLINES 05 Communications 01 Design 06 Postage and Delivery 02 Prototypes 07 Travel 03 Material Supply 08 Expenses 04 Equipment Supply 09 Publicity and Advertising 05 Fabrication 10 Facilities 06 Assembly 11 Printing 07 Installation 12 Computer Services 08 Accessories 13 Permits and Fees 09 Test and Measurements 10 Expenses 20 Physicists 44700 TRAINING 21 Engineers/Programmers 701 Controls 22 Technicians 702 Accelerator 23 Designers 703 Experimental 24 Support Staff 704 SaIety 45200 SCIENCE AND EXPERIMENTAL GROUP 44900 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 01 Design 01 Management/Director 02 Prototypes 02 Support Sta.f£ 03 Material Supply 03 Equipment 04 Equipment Supply 04 Furnishings 05 Fabrication 05 Communications 06 Assembly 06 Postage and Delivery 07 Installation 07 Travel 08 Accessories 08 Expenses 09 Test and Measurements 09 Publicity and Advertising 10 Research Scientists 10 Facilities 11 Engineering Support 11 Printing 12 Theory Group 12 Computer Services 13 Detector Group 13 Permits and Fees 14 Data Acquisition/ 14 VVarehouse (Field) Computing Group 15 VVatchmen and Security 15 Instrumentation and 16 First Aid and Safety Electronics 16 Administration 17 Library SUMMARY 45 RESEARCH AND 18 Expenses 22 09 Printing 45300 ADMINISTRATION AND 10 Communications GENERAL SERVICES 11 Inspections 01 Design 12 Expenses 02 Prototypes 46200 MAGNETS 03 Material Supply 01 Physicists 04 Equipment Supply 02 Engineers 05 Fabrication 03 Specialists 06 Assembly 04 Designers 07 Installation 05 Technical 08 Accessories 06 Draftpersons 09 Test and Measurements 07 Support Personnel 10 Machine Shop 08 Computer Aided Design 11 Support Staff 09 Printing 12 Business Office 10 Communications 13 Electronics Services 11 Inspections 14 Personnel and Housing 12 Expenses 15 Buyers/Stores 16 Expenses 46300 RF 01 Physicists 45400 APPLIED PROGRAMS 02 Engineers 01 Design 03 Specialists 02 Prototypes 04 Designers 03 Material Supply 05 Technical 04 Equipment Supply 06 Draftpersons 05 Fabrication 07 Support Personnel 06 Assembly 08 Computer Aided Design 07 Installation 09 Printing 08 Accessories 10 Communications 09 Test and Measurements 11 Inspections 10 Expenses 12 Expenses 46400 VACUUM SUMMARY 46 TECHNICAL 01 Physicists ENGINEERING AND DESIGN 02 Engineers 03 Specialists 46000 ALIGNMENT AND SURVEY 04 Designers 01 Physicists 05 Technical 02 Engineers 06 Draftpersons 03 Specialists 07 Support Personnel 04 Designers 08 Computer Aided Design 05 Technical 09 Printing 06 Draftpersons 10 Communications 07 Support Personnel 11 Inspections 08 Computer Aided Design 12 Expenses 09 Printing 10 Communications 46500 TARGETS AND BEAM DUMP 11 Inspections 01 Physicists 12 Expenses 02 Engineers 03 Specialists 46100 POWER SUPPLIES 04 Designers 01 Physicists 05 Technical 02 Engineers 06 Draftpersons 03 Specialists 07 Support Personnel 04 Designers 08 Computer Aided Design 05 Technical 09 Printing 06 Draftpersons 10 Communications 07 Support Personnel 11 Inspections 08 Computer Aided Design 12 Expenses 23 ENGINEERING AND DESIGN 46600 SHIELDING 01 Physicists 47100 ARCHITECTURAL 02 Engineers 01 Architects and Engineers 03 Specialists 02 Designers 04 Designers 03 Technicians 05 Technical 04 Specialists 06 Draftpersons 05 Draftspersons 07 Support Personnel 06 Clerks 08 Computer Aided Design 07 Computer Aided Design 09 Printing 08 Printing 10 Communications 09 Communications 11 Inspections 12 Expenses 47200 CIVIL/STRUCTURAL 01 Engineers 46700 REMOTE HANDLING 02 Designers 01 Physicists 03 Technicians 02 Engineers 04 Specialists 03 Specialists 05 Draftspersons 04 Designers 06 Clerks 05 Technical 07 Computer Aided Design 06 Draftpersons 08 Printing 07 Support Personnel 09 Communications 08 Computer Aided Design 09 Printing 47300 MECHANICAL 10 Communications 01 Engineers 11 Inspections 02 Designers 12 Expenses 03 Technicians 04 Specialists 46800 CENTRAL CONTROLS 05 Draftspersons 01 Physicists 06 Clerks 02 Engineers 07 Computer Aided Design 03 Specialists 08 Printing 04 Designers 09 Communications 05 Technical 06 Draftpersons 47400 ELECTRICAL 07 Support Personnel 01 Engineers 08 Computer Aided Design 02 Designers 09 Printing 03 Technicians 10 Communications 04 Specialists 11 Inspections 05 Draftspersons 12 Expenses 06 Clerks 07 Computer Aided Design 46900 KICKERS AND SEPARATORS 08 Printing 01 Physicists 09 Communications 02 Engineers 03 Specialists 47500 INSTRUMENTATION 04 Designers 01 Engineers 05 Technical 02 Designers 06 Draftpersons 03 Technicians 07 Support Personnel 04 Specialists 08 Computer Aided Design 05 Draftspersons 09 Printing 06 Clerks 10 Communications 07 Computer Aided Design 11 Inspections 08 Printing 12 Expenses 09 Communications SUMMARY 47 CONVENTIONAL SUMMARY 50 CONTINGENCY 24 - CAPITAL PROGRAM 01 Wages and Salaries 02 Materials 03 Equipment 50100 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION 04 Design 05 Chemicals 50200 TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT 06 Utilities 201 Power Supplies 07 Contractors 202 Magnets 08 Permits and Fees 203 RF System 09 Safety and Security 204 Vacuum System 205 Targets and Beam Dumps 60400 EXTRACTION 206 Shielding 01 Wages and Salaries 207 Remote Handling 02 Materials 208 Kickers and Choppers 03 Equipment 209 Collimators, Scrapers 04 Design and Slits 05 Chemicals 210 Separators and 06 Utilities Electrostatic Slits 07 Contractors 211 Experimental Support 08 Permits and Fees 09 Safety and Security 50300 ENGINEERING AND DESIGN 60500 SWITCHYARD 50400 MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 01 Wages and Salaries 02 Materials 50500 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 03 Equipment 04 Design 05 Chemicals SUMMARY 51 ESCALATION 06 Utilities - CAPITAL PROGRAM 07 Contractors 08 Permits and Fees 51100 ESCALATION 09 Safety and Security 60600 EXPERIMENTAL AREAS SUMMARY 60 COMMISSIONING 01 Wages and Salaries 02 Materials 60100 CONVENTIONAL FACILITIES 03 Equipment 01 Wages and Salaries 04 Design 02 Materials 05 Chemicals 03 Equipment 06 Utilities 04 Design 07 Contractors 05 Chemicals 08 Permits and Fees 06 Utilities 09 Safety and Security 07 Contractors 08 Permits and Fees 09 Safety and Security SUMMARY 70 OPERATIONS 60200 BEAMLINES 70100 WAGES AND SALARIES 01 Wages and Salaries 70200 POWER 02 Materials 03 Equipment 70300 ACCELERATOR DEVELOPMENT 04 Design 301 Accelerator Operations 05 Chemicals 06 Utilities 70400 EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES 07 Contractors DEVELOPMENT 08 Permits and Fees 401 Experimental Facilities 09 Safety and Security Operations 60300 TARGETS 70500 GENERAL SERVICES 25 AND ADMINISTRATION 70600 NSERC SUPPORT OPERATING GRANTS 601 NSERC Support Major Equipment 70700 OUTSIDE FUNDING SUMMARY 90 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS SUMMARY 91 ESCALATION OPERATIONS 26 B. WBS DEFINITIONS B-1 Major Categories 01 Project Management and Administration This includes all management, administrative, and construction management activities for the execution of the design and construction of the project. The work required for this category will be conducted by TRIUMF and/or contracted people. 02 Systems Engineering and Design This includes all architectural, engineering, and construction inspection services for the project. Included are the R&D functions related to the project. The work required for this category will be conducted by TRIUMF and/or contracted people. 03 Conventional Construction This includes all work associated with the nontechnical areas of the project such as civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and tunnels, as they relate to the physical envelope that houses and services the technical equipment. 04 Booster Rings This includes technical equipment, components, and services from the cyclotron vault and machine to the booster ring injection port, booster rings, up to and including the injection port to 'e' ring. 05 Main Rings This includes technical equipment, components, and services from the injection port to 'C' ring to the extraction port of 'E' ring. 06 Shielding This includes all material, equipment and fabrication of all shielding systems for the project. 07 Experimental Areas This includes all technical equipment, components and their services from extraction point of D and E rings to the experimental areas of the project. Beam lines, targets, dumps, and safety are included in this category. Building, tunnels and conventional services are not included in this category (see '03' Major Categor). 08 Services and Utilities This includes all common site services for the KAON Factory plus equipment not associated with a particular area. This includes the main electrical supply, mechanical and cooling systems, operating utilities, magnet carriers and gantry cranes. 50 Contingency This includes an allowance for cost of work not identified but likely to occur. 51 Escalation This includes increases in project costs due to financing, currency value changes, industry condition changes, etc. B-2 Area Categories Within the major cost categories, geographic or work system groups have been established. These are: 27 Major Area Description 01 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 02 03 10 Project Management This includes the overall management, administrative support and construction management for the design and construction phase of the project, provided by outside project management sources. 20 TRIUMF Administration 10 20 30 01 . This includes the management and administrative support by TRIUMF, for the design and construction phase of the project. SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND DESIGN Conventional Architectural, Engineering and Design Includes all work associated with the provision of architectural, engineering, design and construction inspection services for the conventional portion of the project System Engineering and Design Includes all work associated with the technical engineering, design and inspection services for the machine and its related components. Test and Commissioning Includes all work to test and commission the technical and conventional components of the project. CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION Offsites Work associated with the demolition, relocation and reconstruction of facilities not currently part of the existing TRIUMF site and will not form part of the KAON factory facility. This would include relocation of UBC storage building and the agricultural sciences area. 10 Cyclotron Modifications, Booster Complex and Transfer Lines Work associated with conventional construction modifications to the existing TRIUMF cyclotron vault area. Technical modifications are not included in this area. (See major classification 04 Booster Rings Area 10 TRIUMF Upgrade). Work associated with the IA transfer tunnel and access shafts are included in this area. 20 Equipment and Service Buildings - Main Rings Work associated with the construction of the service buildings and access shafts along the main ring tunnel. Included in this area are the service shafts linking the service buildings and main tunnel. 28 04 30 Extraction Facility Work associated with the construction of the extraction building and underground canyon. The main ring tunnel construction, Area 80, ends at the transition point from main tunnel to canyon structure. Included in this area is the structure for the services area on the building's west side. 40 Experimental Hall and Switchyard Work associated with the construction of the switchyard, experimental hall. Work includes the buildings and underground structures, tunnels access shafts and berming. 41 6 GeV Hall Work associated with the construction of the 6 GeV Hall. Work includes buildings, underground structures, tunnels, access shafts and berming 42 20 Ge V Hall Work associated with the construction of the 20 GeV Hall. Work includes buildings, underground structures, tunnels, access shafts and berming 43 Neutrino Hall Work associated with the construction of the neutrino hall, tunnel and access points. All work within the experimental hall required for the provision of a neutrino facility will be included in this area. 50 Site Services and Systems Work associated with the provision of site services to and within the KAON site. Systems which cannot be allocated to a specific area, such as personnel detection or communication would be included here. Site services such as landscaping, paving, parking, sanitary and raw water are also included in this area. 60 Support Buildings Work associated with the construction of all support buildings for the KAON Project. Included in this area are: new administration buildings such as the administration building, helium building and receiving and stores. 70 Tunnels-Main Rings 10 Work associated with the construction of the tunnel structure for for the main rings and access shafts. Service building access shafts are not included in this area, see Area 20. Independent access shafts, tunnels and structures for equipment and personnel are included in this area. Rough grading of berming is also included in this area. BOOSTER COMPLEX TRIUMF Upgrade 29 05 20 30 31 40 41 10 Work associated with the technical modifications to the existing TRIUMF cyclotron and equipment up to an including the H- beam exit port 'lA' Transfer Line this area includes all beamline related components from TRIUMF cyclotron port to the injection port of 'A' ring. 'A'Ring This area includes all 'A' ring components from the injection port of 'A' ring to the 'A' to 'B' transfer line 'AB' Transfer Line This area includes all A to B transfer line components to the injection port to 'B' ring. 'B'Ring This area includes all 'B' ring components from the injection port of 'B' ring to the extraction port to the 'BC' transfer line. 'BC' Transfer Line This area includes all B to C transfer line components from Bring extraction port to the BC transfer tunnel intersection point with the main ring tunnel MAIN RINGS 'BC' Transfer Line This area includes all BC transfer line components from the intersection of BC transfer and main ring tunnels 20 'C'Ring This area includes all C ring components from the injection port of 'c' ring to the extraction port to the 'CD' transfer line 30 'CD' Transfer Line This area includes all CD transfer line components from the 'c' ring extraction port to the 'D' ring injection port. 40 'D'Ring This area includes all 'D' ring components from 'D' ring injection port to the DE transfer line injection port. 50 'DE' Transfer Line This area includes all DE transfer line components from the 'D' ring extraction port to the 'E' ring injection port. 60 'E'Ring This area includes all E ring components from 'E' ring injection to extraction ports. 30 06 SHIELDING This account will accommodate all work and costs associated with provision of shielding including beam dump and target shielding for the KAON Project. The shielding does not include that work incorporated as part of the permanent foundation or structure of a tunnel, building or facility. 10 IA Transfer Line Includes all shielding and from the cyclotron vault to the Booster complex. 20 Booster Complex Includes all shielding and for the Booster complex and tunnel. 30 BC Transfer Line Includes all shielding requirements from the intersection point of the Booster tunnel and BC transfer tunnel to the intersection of the BC transfer tunnel and the main rings tunnel. This will include the maze structure at the entrance into the main ring tunnel. 40 Main Rings Includes all shielding and dump requirements within the main rings tunnel with the exception of the extraction canyon. Also included in this area are the requirements for the service building and independent service shafts shielding requirements 50 Extraction Hall, General 51 Extraction, Slow Includes all shielding from the E-Ring to and including QA9. 52 Extraction, Fast Includes all shielding from the D-Ring to target of neutrino line (does not include neutrino target) 60 Switchyard, General General Collection Account for miscellaneous shielding requirements within the switchyard area. 61 Switchyard, Line A Includes shielding from QA 11 to Target AT1 (Does not include target ATl) 62 Switchyard, Line B Includes shielding from septum after QA9 to target BTl (does not include BTl) 31 63 Switchyard, Proton Includes shielding from septum 3 to polarized dump (includes dump) 70 Experimental Hall, General General collection account for miscellaneous shielding requirements within the Experimental Hall 71 0.55-GeV/c Line Shielding requirements from BTl (does not include traget BTl) to end of experiment line 72 0.8-GeV Ic Line Shielding requirements from BT2 (does not include target BT2) to end of experiment line 73 1.5-Ge V I cLine Shielding requirements from AT1 (does not include target AT1) to end of experiment line 74 2.5-GeV Ic Line Shielding requirements from AT1 (does not include target AT1) to end of experiment line 75 Line B, Target Area (primary) Shielding requirement from and including target BTl, to and including BT2, to and including the dump 76 Line A, Target Area (primary) Shielding requirement from target AT1, to and including AT2, to and including the dump 80 6-GeV Ic Line Shielding requirement from target BTl (does not include target) to the Experimental Area 81 20-GeV Line Shielding requirement from target BT2 (does not include target) to and including the 20-GeV Hall area 82 Neutrino and Target Shielding requirements from neutrino target to and including neutrino hall area 07 EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES This account will accommodate all work and costs associated with the provision of the technical equipment and components within the experimental facilities. 32 05 EXTRACTION, GENERAL General collection account for miscellaneous items within the extraction facility. 10 Extraction - Slow Includes components and costs from the E ring to and including QA9 11 Extraction - Fast Includes components and costs from D ring to target of neutrino line (does not include neutrino target) 20 Switchyard Line A Includes components and costs from QA 11 to target ATI (does not include target ATl) 21 Switchyard Line A Includes components and costs from septum after QA9 to target BTl (does not include BTl) 22 Switchyard Polarized Includes components and costs from septum 3 to polarized dump (includes dump) 30 Experimental Hall General collection area for miscellaneous items within experimental hall 31 0.55 GeV Ic Line Includes components and costs from BTl (does not include target BTl) to end of experimental line. 32 0.80 Ge V I cLine Includes components and costs from BT2 (does not include terget BT2) to end of experimental line. 33 1.5 GeV Ic Line Includes components and costs from ATI (does not include target ATl) to end of experimental line 34 2.5 GeV Ic Line Includes components and costs from ATI (does not include target ATl) to end of experimental line. 36 Target Area Line B (Primary) Includes components and costs from and inclUding target BTl to an including BT2, to and including the dump 37 Target Area Line A (Primary) Includes components and costs from and including target ATl, to and 33 including target AT2 to and including the dump 40 6 GeV Ie Line Includes components and costs from target BTl (does not include target) to the experimental area 50 20 GeV Ie Line Includes components and costs from target BT2 (does not include target) to and including 20 Ge V hall areas 60 Neutrino Includes components and costs from netrino arget to and including neutrino hall area 08 COMMON SERVICES AND UTILITIES 10 Electrical System All work associated with the provision of the transmission lines to the KAON site, main substation, site power distribution system, uninterruptable power supply (UPS) and cabling systems are included in this area. 20 Mechanical System All work associated with the provision of the cooling distribution system, machine heating and ventilation system and machine fire protection system are included in this area. 30 Operating Utilities This area includes utility costs of operating all or portion of the KAON Facility prior to overall commissioning completion. 40 Common Equipment and Services Equipment that wjll operate in many areas and cannot be classified to one area are included in this account. Items such as gantry cranes and magnet carriers would be included here. 50 Central Systems Technical systems that are site or project wide and cannot be assigned to a specific area. The central control system is an example of this requirement. 34 APPENDIXB Cost Estimate Details APPENDIX B COST ESTIMATE DETAILS This appendix contains the cost estimate data sheets as produced by the ORACLE date base costing program. The estimate sheets are arranged by: • Design Package 1 through 5 - Conventional Facilities. • Summary Codes of WBS Estimate backup documentation which includes notes, sketches and takeoffs are avail-able at TRIUMF and not contained within this cost estimate volume. 35 TRIUHF Kaon Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY COST ESTIMATE Report ESTMAJTOT rl.l'l on 09-MAR-9O MAJOR CATEGORY DESCRIPTION MATERIAL TRllJIIF EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR CATEGORY TOTAL ........ _--_ .... _ ... _---_ .. _----_ .. -... --------------- ----------- ----- .......... _---------_ .. ----------- .. ---- ---------------- ----------------1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ADMIN 16,931,964.25 $2,080,000.00 $19,119,531.29 $28,131,495_54 2 SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND DESIGN $10,084,048_65 $10,084,048.65 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION $93,664 , 995 • 39 $93,664,995.39 4 BOOSTER RINGS $15,017,502.24 SS,695,842.00 $34,663,566.08 16,632,110.00 165,009,020.32 5 MAIN RINGS $34,272,688.32 $17,101,393.00 $112,730,500.48 $12,681,080.00 $176,785,661.80 6 SHiElDING $31,146,600.00 $31,146,600_00 7 EXPERIMENTAL AREAS $7,954,460_80 $34,625,625.00 $49,662,642.64 $11,295,560.00 $103,538,288.44 8 SERVICES AND UTILITIES $2,108,548.00 $15,310,269.00 $27,291,545.84 $60,902,363.54 $105,612,726.38 39 SPARES 50 CONTINGENCY $11,480,494.38 $37,694,829.46 $30,297,804.35 $79,473,128.22 0 .. _____ ---------- ---------------- ---------- .. ----- - .. -------------- ------------- .. - .. COST CODE TOTALS $70,833,693.74 SS2,665, 093. 25 $264,123,084.50 $275,824,093.22 PROJECT TOTAL 1693,445,964.74 TRIUMf KAON factory five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA REPORT SUMMARY This page gives grand totals for the MAJOR CATEGORY range fro. ° to 99 Details on following pages. MATERIAL TRIUMf LABOUR EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR GRAND TOTAL $70,833,693.74 $82,665,093.25 $264,123,084.50 $275 , 824 , 093.22 ------------- --$693,445,964 . 74 Page: 1 of 10 Report ESTAREAFULL rill on O9-MAR-9Q TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY Page: 2 of 10 Report ESTAREAFULL run on Q9-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FROM: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ADMIN Area Descripion Material TRIUMF E""ipment Contractor Area Total --- ----------------------------- ------------ --- --------------- --------------- --------------- -------------_ .. 10 Project Mana9ement $7,404,531.29 $7,404,531.29 20 TRIUMF AdminIstration 16,931,964.25 $2,080,000.00 $11,715,000.00 $20,726,964.25 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------- -----TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY 16,931,964.25 $2,080,000.00 $19,119,531.29 $28,131,495.54 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Area Descripion 10 Conventional Arch & Eng Design 20 System Engineering and Design 30 Test and Commissioning TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY Page: 3 of 10 Report ESTAREAFUll run on Q9-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FROM: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 2 SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND DESIGN Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor Area Total S10,084,048.65 S10,084,048.65 S10,084,048.65 S10;084,048.65 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY Page: 4 of 10 Report ESTAREAFULL run on 09-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FROM: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION Area Descripion Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor Area Total -------------------------------- --------------- --------------- ---- ----------- --------------- ---------------1 Offsites 10 Cycl Mods, Booster, Xfer Lines S13,473,239.12 S13,473,239.12 20 Equip & Service Bldgs Main Ring S13,488,549.91 S13,488,549.91 30 Extraction Facility S1',603,995.9O S1',603,995.9O 40 Experimental Hall and Switchyard S25,488,952.85 S25;488,952.85 41 6 Gev Hall S1,920,543.80 S1,920,543.80 42 20 Gev Hall 43 Neutrino Hall 50 Landscaping and Site Services S14,716,337.65 S14,716,337.65 60 Support BU1ldings S2,178,003.25 S2,178,003.25 70 Tunnels - Main Rings S10,795,372.91 S10,795,372.91 80 Power House --------- ----- - ......... ------------ -------- ------- -----------_ ... _- ---------------TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY S93,664,995.39 S93,664,995.39 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY Page: 5 of 10 Report EST AREA FULL rl.n on O9-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FROM: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 4 BOOSTER RINGS Area Oescripion Material TRIlJ4F Equipment Contractor Area Total -_ .. _------------------ .. -------- --------------- --------------- --------------- -----------_ .. -.. ---------------5 General 1402 480.00 $758,960.00 $1,161,440.00 10 TRIUMF Upgrade $175,705.92 1466,465.00 5759:616.00 S66 000.00 $1,467,786.92 20 IA Transfer Line 52,312,978.72 $1,057,205.00 14,584,045.44 5531:000.00 S8,485,229.16 30 A Ring 52~68,855.76 52.057,725.00 14,232,015.84 $1,916,530.00 $11,175,126.60 31 AB Transfer line 28,147.20 318,062.00 51,339,576.16 191,460.00 $2,277,245.36 40 BRing S8ill8,516.96 14.244,925.00 519,175,497.12 $2.809,820.00 $34,678,759.08 41 BC Transfer line 3,297.68 551,460.00 14,170,335.52 358,340.00 55,763,433.20 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- ------_ .. _------TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY 515,017,502.24 S8,695,842.00 534,663,566.08 56,632,110.00 565,009,020.32 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY Page: 6 of 10 Report ESTAREAFULL run on 09-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FRC»4: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 5 MAIN RINGS Area Descripion Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor Area Total -------------------------------- --------------- --------------- -------------_ .. ------------- .. - ---------------5 General $1.184,560.00 $57,000.00 $1,241,560.00 10 BC Transfer Line $1,312,288.64 $259,050.00 146,013.92 $15,000.00 $1,732,352.56 20 C Ring $7iA69,540.56 S4.4n,853.00 $14,937,957.84 $3.182,730.00 $29,763,081.40 30 CD Transfer Line 53,737.04 331,310.00 $1,573,m.76 128,460.00 $2,887,280.80 40 DRing $18.601,820.64 $7.979,610.00 $66,425,355.36 $6.465,840.00 $99,4n,626.00 50 DE Transfer Line . 730,185.04 341,010.00 $2,184,461.76 118,900.00 $3,374,556.80 60 E Ring $5,605,116.40 $3,717,560.00 $26,278,377.84 $2,713,150.00 $38,314,204.24 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY $34,2n,688.32 $17,101,393.00 $112,730,500.48 $12,681,080.00 $176,785,661.80 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY Page: 7 of 10 Report ESTAREAFUll run on"09-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FROM: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 6 SHIELDING Area Descripion Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor Area Total 10 IA Transfer line 20 Booster Complex 30 BC Transfer line 40 Main Rings 50 Extraction General 51 Extraction, Slow 52 Extraction, Fast 60 Switchyard, General 61 Switchyard, line A 62 Switchyard, line B 63 SwitchrardL Proton 70 Exp Ha l, ueneral 71 Exp Hall, 0.5 Gev/c line 72 Exp Hall, 0.8 Gev/c line 73 Exp Hall, 1.5 Gev/c line 74 Exp Hall, 2.5 Gev/c line 75 Exp Hall, line B Target Area 76 Exp Hall, Line A Target Area 80 Exp Hall, 6 Gev/c line 81 Exp Hall, 20 Gev/c Line 82 Exp Hall, Neutrino Target TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY S17,500_00 S24,500.00 S37,500.00 S37,500.00 S6,351,600.00 S3,,597,830.00 ~382,750.00 S11,839,670.00 S8,,461,000.00 ~396,750.00 S17,500.00 S24 500.00 S37:500.00 S37,500.00 S6,351,600.00 S3,,597,830.00 ~382,750.00 S11,839,670.00 S8,,461,000.00 ~396,750.00 531,146,600.00 531,146,600.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SlM4ARY Page: 8 of 10 Report ESTAREAFULL run on 09-MAR-9O MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FRCJt: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 7 EXPERIMENTAL AREAS Area Descripion Material TRI~F Equipment Contractor Area Total ----------- .. -------------------- .. _-----------_ ... .. ........... _--------- ... ----------- .. -- ----- .. -- .. ------ ------------ .. - ... 5 Extraction, General 5101,400.00 512,510.00 5301,600.00 530 000.00 5445,510.00 10 Extraction, Slow 14,936,025.12 5633,270.00 55,655,447.20 5111:320.00 511,336,062.32 11 Extraction, Fast 20 Switchyard Line A $1,016,166.32 $218 960.00 54,993,707.68 5104 800.00 56,333,634.00 21 Switchyard Line B $81,432.00 5178:400.00 54,794,400.00 5112:800.00 55,167,032.00 22 Switchyard Proton 30 Ex~rimental Hall General $1,039,634.96 53\069,335.00 5668,421.52 59l947,400.00 542,724,791.48 31 O. 5 Gev/c Line 532,240.00 253 650.00 52,821,520.00 105,320.00 53,212,730.00 32 0.80 Gev/c Line 582,368.00 5341:450.00 54,359,160.00 5124,680.00 54,907,658.00 33 1.5 Gel//c Line 34 2.5 Gev/c Line $87651.20 5369,750.00 54,842,760.00 5110 720.00 55,410,881.20 36 Target Area, Line B (Primary) 5249:329.60 $662 250.00 $5,415,933.12 $258:020.00 56,585,532.72 37 Target Area, Line A (Primary) $221,509.60 $525:850.00 $3,427,453.12 $244,420.00 54,419,232.72 40 6 Gev/c Line 5106,704.00 5360,200.00 512,382,240.00 5146,080.00 512,995,224.00 50 20 Gel//c Line 60 Neutrino ---- ... ----- ... -- ... - ------ ... --- .. - .. -- --------------- --------------- ---------------TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY 57,954,460.80 534,625,625.00 549,662,642.64 511,295,560.00 5103,538,288.44 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Area Descripion 10 Electrical System 20 Mechanical System 30 Operating UtIlities 40 Common Equipment & Services 50 Central Systems TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FROM: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 8 SERVICES AND UTILITIES Material TRllJIIF Equipment $276,016.00 $4,357,875.00 °$4,769,149.84 $1,832,532.00 $10,952,394.00 $22,522,396.00 --------------- --------------- ---------------$2,108,548.00 $15,310,269.00 $27,291,545.84 Page: 9 of 10 Report ESTAREAFULL run on 09-MAR-9O Contractor Area Total $36,270,500.00 $36,270,500.00 $20,942,189.84 $20,942,189.84 $2,409,673.70 $11,812,714.54 $1,280,000.00 $36;587,322.00 $60,902,363.54 $105,612,726.38 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program MAJOR CATEGORY BY AREA SUMMARY Page: 10 of 10 Report ESTAREAFULL rlM'l on Q9-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY RANGE FRa4: 0 TO: 99 MAJOR CATEGORY: 9 CONTINGENCY Area Descripion Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor Area Total ----------- ---- --------------- -- ----- ---------- ----------- ---- --------- -- ---- --------------- ---------------10 Conventional $1,560.00 $259,5n.34 $18,208,542.11 $18,469,679.47 20 Technical $11,478,934.38 $37,435,252.12 $12,089,262.24 $61,003,448.75 -------- ... ------ ----------- --- - ----------- ---- --- ---- ... --- .. --- -----_ .. - .. ------TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY $11,480,494.38 $37,694,829.46 $30,297,804.35 $79,473,128.22 TRIUMF Kaon Factory Five Year Capital Program COST REPORT - BY SUMMARY CODE Report ESTSUMTOT run on 09-MAR-90 SUMMARY CODE DESCRIPTION MATERIAL TRIUMF EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR CODE TOTAL ~-------- - ------- - - - ------------ ----- .. ------_ ..... - ---------------- ---------------- --------------- - ---- ------------1 General Requirements S11,142,937.00 S11,142,937.00 2 Sitework S18,032,416.64 S18,032,416.64 3 Concrete S26i758,227.21 S26i 758,227.21 4 Masonry 522,524.60 522,524.60 5 Metals S10i 507,002.56 S10i507,002.56 6 carpentrr 216,953.64 216,953.64 7 Thermal Moisture Protection S5,482,717.88 S5,482,717.88 8 Doors & Windows S1,146,935.32 S1,146,935.32 9 Finishes S2i 666,934.04 S2i666, 934. 04 10 Speci al ities 209 481.50 209 481.50 11 Equipment S58:013.00 S58:013.00 14 Conveying Systems 16,251,000.00 16,251,000.00 15 Mechanical 18,320.00 S1,000.00 14,160.00 S25,408,137.84 S25,421,617.84 16 Electri cal S7,280.00 S2,080.00 144,478,564. 00 144,487,924.00 19 Power Supplies 16,417,247.20 1604 , 830 • 00 165,508,112.80 S2,986,810.00 S75,517,000.00 20 Magnets S1,271,262.n S3,288,655.00 180,018,515.20 S1,100,200.00 185,678,632.92 21 RF Systems 16,628,232.00 S5,759,685.00 S19,275,360.00 S5i 865,000.00 S37,528,277.00 22 VacUUll srstem S24i894,315.68 S3i668,692.00 S16i154,526.96 290,000.00 145,007,534.64 23 Targets Beam Dumps 380,099.20 378,420.00 250,906 •. 24 1411,680.00 S1,421,105.44 24 Shielding S31,146,600.00 S31,146,600.00 25 Remote Handl in9 S178,400.00 S241,280.00 S9i875,400.00 S10,295,080.00 26 safet~ & Security S2i752,360.00 248 000.00 S3,000,360.00 27 Beam iagnostics S13,791,440.00 S1,n6,880.00 949,520.00 S267:500.00 S16,735,340.00 28 Central Controls S1,832,532.OO 14,496,169.00 S22,601,644.00 S28,930,345.00 29 Kickers & Cho~rs S3,917,590.56 S3i 906,500.00 14,949,880.00 S5,168,540.00 S17,942,510.56 31 Separators & ectrostatic Septa Sn,800.00 303,800.00 18 164 208.00 S52,800.00 S8i593,608.00 33 Experimental Channels 162,400.00 144,000.00 i265:200.00 371,600.00 35 Alignment & Survey 148,880.00 S2,462,920.00 S2,426,408.40 14,055,533.70 18,993,742.10 40 Temporary Project Services S2i464,733.44 S11,715,000.00 S14,179,733.44 44 pro~ect Management & Services 16,931,964.25 124,800.00 S7,404,531.29 S14,461,295.54 46 Tec nical Engineering & Design S20,800.00 148,913,178.00 S274,56O.00 S1,9n,800.00 S51, 181 ,338.00 47 Conventional Engineering, Design S10,084,048.65 S10,084,048.65 50 Contingency S11,480,494.38 S37,694,829.46 S30,297,804.35 S79,473,128.22 - .. ---.. .. _ ............ _-- ... -----------_ .. _-- -- -----_ .. _------ -------------_ ... - --- -- -----------COST CODE TOTALS S70,833,693.74 182,665,093.25 S264,123,084.50 S275 , 824,093.22 PROJECT TOTAL 1693,445,964.74 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Sl.UIllIIry for all MAJOR CATEGORIES and AREAS Code RANGE OF SUMMARY CODES TOTALLED --------------------------------95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 96 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 40-43 97 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 44-49 98 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 50-54 TOTAL FOR EACH EXPENDITURE GROUP SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA CODES from 1 to 99 Page 1 of 53 Report ESTCODEFULL rlM"l on O9-MAR-90 followed on ensuing pages by details for above specified region. Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor Range Total --------------- ----_ ... _------- - ---------- .. --_ .. --------------- ._-------------559,332,399.36 526,819,951.00 5223,564,161.60 5214,349,908.93 5524,066,420.89 52~464, 733.44 511,715,000.00 514,179,733.44 520,800.00 555,845,142.25 399,360.00 519,461,379.94 575,726,682.19 511,480,494.38 537,694,829.46 530,297,804.35 579,473,128.22 570,833,693.74 S82, 665,093.25 5264,123,084.50 5275,824,093.22 5693,445,964.74 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Sl.IlIlI8ry COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Special ities 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 ShieLding 25 Remote HandLing 26 Safety & Secur1ty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 CentraL ControLs 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 CoLLimators Scrapers & SLits 31 Separators t ELectrostatic Septa 32 ExperimentaL Support 33 ExperimentaL ChanneLs 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & DeveL~t 46 TechnicaL Engineering & Design 47 ConventionaL Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 EscaLation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 97 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 44-49 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ADMIN AREA 10 Project ManageMent MateriaL TRIUMF Equipnent Page 2 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on 09-MAR-90 Contractor S7,404,531.29 S7,404,531.29 S7,404,531.29 Sl.IlIlI8 ry code TOTAL S7,404,531.29 S7,404,531.29 S7,404, 531. 29 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Sl.IlIll8ry CODE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi~nt 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam D~ 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin~ 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 ALIgnment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Cont i ngeney 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 96 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 40-43 97 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 44-49 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Page 3 of 53 Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA CODES frOll1 1. to 99 Report ESTCODEFULL run on 09-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY 1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ADMIN AREA 20 TRIUMF Administration Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor 56,931,964.25 $2,080,000.00 $11,715,000.00 56,931,964.25 $2,080,000.00 $11 , 715,000 .00 56,931,964.25 $2,080,000.00 $11,715,000.00 SI.IIII18 ry code TOTAL $13,195,000.00 56,931,964.25 $20,726,964.25 $13,195,000.00 56,931,964.25 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SUIIlliIry CODE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Special ities 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & Security 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 ALignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 97 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 44·49 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA CODES from 1 to 99 Page 4 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on 09-MAR-9Q MAJOR CATEGORY 2 SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND DESIGN AREA 10 Conventional Arch & Eng Design Material TRIUMF Equipll1ef1t Contractor SUIIIlIIry code TOTAL 510,084,048.65 510,084,048.65 510,084,048.65 510,084,048.65 510,084,048.65 510,084,048.65 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Surmary CODE Description -------------._.-.-----_._------1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi~t 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators' Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 ALIgnment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES frOll 1 to 9 and AREA CODES fro. 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION Page 5 of 53 Report ESTCODEFULL rU"l on 09-MAR-90 AREA 10 Cycl Mods, Booster, Xfer Lines Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor 51,,661,670.00 ~906,979.90 14,855,160.02 166,641.40 . S864, 168.06 . 5n,670.50 5739,766.50 5285 848.27 5707:456.97 525,992.50 1471,100.00 51,024,485.00 51,791,300.00 SI.n1ary code TOTAL 51,,661,670.00 ~906,979.90 14,855,160.02 166,641.40 S864,168.06 5n,670.50 5739,766.50 5285 848.27 5707:456.97 525,992.50 1471,100.00 51,024,485.00 51,791,300.00 513,473,239.12 513,473,239.12 513,473,239.12 513,473,239.12 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SUTIIlary COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & ~indows 9 Finishes 10 Special ities 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION Page 6 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL rIon on 09-MAR'90 AREA 20 Equip & Service Bldgs Main Ring Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor 511.I41,056.00 ~37, 167.40 531.886 ,502.21 ~121,363.20 51,969,292.20 526,460.00 511.568 ,568.50 ~176 109.00 5925: 541.40 $6,300.00 S450,190.00 51,780,000.00 SUIIlI8ry code TOTAL 51 1.I41,056.00 ~37,167.40 531.886 ,502.21 ~121,363.20 51,969,292.20 526,460.00 511.568 ,568.50 ~176, 109.00 5925,541.40 $6,300.00 S450,190.00 51,780,000.00 513,488,549.91 513,488,549.91 513,488,549.91 513,488,549.91 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlmlI8ry CODE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & ~indows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA CODES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION AREA 30 Extraction Facility Material TRIUMF Equipment Page 7 of 53 Report ESTCODEFULL r1.l"l on 09-MAR-90 Contractor $1,,513,564.00 ~325,470.80 $5,,465,630.60 ~103,810.00 $1,551,227.00 S6,000.00 S664 126.50 $107:615.00 $139,466.00 $2,800.00 5432,500.00 $766 569.00 $525:217.00 Summary code TOTAL $1,,513,564.00 ~325,470.80 $5,,465,630.60 ~103,810.00 $1,551,227.00 S6,000.00 S664 126.50 $107:615.00 $139,466.00 $2,800.00 5432,500.00 $766 569.00 $525:217.00 $11,603,995.90 $11,603,995.90 $11,603,995.90 $11,603,995.90 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Page 8 of 53 Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 Report ESTCODEFULL rl.l"l on 09-MAR-90 and AREA CODES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION AREA 40 Experimental Hall and Switchyard Sl.IlI1I8ry CODE Description Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor SI.IlI1I8 rx code TOT L -------------- --- --------------- --------- -_ ... --- --------------- ------ .. _------- -- ------------- ---------------1 General Requirements S3~,646_00 53~,646.00 2 Sitework ,634.85 ,634.85 3 Concrete 56.184,420.00 56.184,420.00 4 Masonry 225,750.00 225,750.00 5 Metals 55,477,534.00 55,477,534.00 6 carpentrl 525,000.00 525,000.00 7 Thermal Moisture Protection 51.227,075.00 51.227,075.00 8 Doors & Windows 16 505.00 16 505.00 9 Finishes 5142:215.00 5142:215.00 10 Specialities 526,000.00 526,000.00 11 Equi~nt 12 FurnIshings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 53,670,000.00 53,670,000.00 15 Mechanical 52,254,776.00 52,254,776.00 16 Electrical 51,778,397.00 51,778,397.00 19 Power Suppl i es 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 VaCULm Slstem 23 Targets Beam DLmpS 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl in9 26 safet~ & SecurIty 27 Beam iagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Cho~rs 30 Collimators crapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Cont i ngeney 51 Escalation ...... _----- --- ---- ------- ----- --- --------------- ------- ------- .. ...--- ----- ------TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 525,488,952.85 525,488,952.85 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 525,488,952.85 525,488,952.85 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year CapitaL Program SlmIIary COOE Description 1 GeneraL Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 MetaLs 6 Carpentry 7 ThermaL & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 SpeciaLities 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 SpeciaL Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 MechanicaL 16 ELectricaL 19 Power SuppLies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 ShieLding 25 Remote HandLin9 26 Safety & Security 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 CentraL ControLs 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 CoLLimators Scrapers & SLits 31 Separators' ELectrostatic Septa 32 ExperimentaL Support 33 ExperimentaL ChanneLs 35 ALignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & DeveLopment 46 TechnicaL Engineering & Design 47 ConventionaL Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 EscaLation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE IncLudes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION AREA 41 6 Gev HaLL MateriaL TRIUMF Equipment Page 9 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL rll"l on Q9-MAR-9Q Contractor S250,506.00 S44 761.80 S520:,77.00 14 960.00 S305:240.00 S2 000.00 S119:945.00 S17,450.00 S5,000.00 1400,000.00 S1n,762.00 S77,742.00 S1,920,543.80 S1,920,543.8O SU1I1I8ry code TOTAL S250,506.00 144 761.80 S520:,77.00 14 960.00 S305:240.00 S2 000.00 S119:945.00 S17,450.00 S5,000.00 1400 000.00 S172:762.00 S77,742.00 S1,920,543.8O S1,920,543.8O TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Page 10 of 53 Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 Report ESTCODEFULL M.I'I on 09-MAR-90 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION AREA 50 Landscaping and Site Services SLmIIBry COOE Description Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor SLmIIBry code TOTAL ---- .......... --------------- .. ---_ .. -- -_ .. .. .. .. ---_._----1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi pment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl i"9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 AlIgnment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 S1,102,536.00 S12.,661,063.15 S116,035.50 180,955.00 S20,748.00 S735,OOO.00 S1,102,536.00 S12,661,063.15 S116,035.50 180,955.00 S20,748.00 S735,OOO.00 S14,716,337.65 $14,716,337.65 $14,716,337.65 $14,716,337.65 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Sl.IlIII8ry COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl i"9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION AREA 60 Support Buildings Material TRIUMF Equipment Page 11 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on 09-MAR-90 Contractor $140,840.00 $77,731.34 $89,850.37 $220,305.80 S84 823.14 $242:739.48 $143,408.05 $381 089.07 $148:389.00 $58,013.00 $110,250.00 $240,156.00 $240,408.00 $2,178,003.25 $2,178,003.25 Sl.IIII1IIry code TOTAL .--------------$140,840.00 $77,731.34 $89,850.37 $220,305.80 S84 823.14 $242:739.48 $143,408.05 $381 089.07 $148:389.00 $58,013.00 $110,250.00 $240,156.00 $240,408.00 $2,178,003.25 $2,178,003.25 TRlUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Page 12 of 53 lncludes MAJOR CATEGORlES from 1 to 9 Report ESTCODEFULL rill on 09-MAR-9O and AREA CODES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 3 CONVENTlONAL CONSTRUCTlON AREA 70 TU'II1els - Main Rings Surrnary CODE Description Material TRlUMF Equipment Contractor sLlllllllrX code TOT L ... _---------------------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------1 General Requirements S1,408,119.00 S1,408,119.00 2 Sitework S2,342,607.40 S2,342,607.40 3 Concrete S5,756,487.01 S5,756,487.01 4 Masonry 5 Metals S3,200.00 S3,200.00 6 carpentrl 7 Thermal Moisture Protection S939,541.9O S939,541.9O 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes S345,417.60 S345,417.60 10 Special ities 11 Equipment 12 Furm sh i ngs 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Suppl i es 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacul.lll Slstem 23 Targets Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl i09 26 safet~ & Security 27 Beam iagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Ch~rs 30 Collimators crapers & Slits 31 Separators L Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 ALignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Develo~nt 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation ---_ .. _-----_ ......... ............ _-------_ ... ._------------- .. -- ... _---------- ...----_ .. _-------TOTALS FOR THlS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA S10,795,3n.91 S10,795,3n.91 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 S10,795,372.91 S10,795,3n.91 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlIlIT\ary COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & ~indows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi~nt 12 Fur01 sh i ngs 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl i"9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators 1 Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 4 BOOSTER RINGS AREA 5 General Material TRIUMF Equipment 1402,480 _ 00 1402,480.00 $402,480.00 Page 13 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on 09-MAR-90 Contractor $716,960.00 142,000.00 $758,960.00 $758,960.00 SI.III1I8 ry code TOTAL $716,960.00 1444,480.00 $1,161,440.00 $1,161,440.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlIl'I1\8ry COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equ i pmer:!t 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & Security 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 separators! Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Develo~nt 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Cont i ngeney 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 44-49 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 4 BOOSTER RINGS AREA 10 TRIUMF Upgrade Material S8,320.00 S7 280.00 S103: 168.00 S20,537.92 S5,200.OO S31,200.oo ------ ... --------S175,705.92 S175,705.92 TRIUMF S1,000.00 S181,820.00 S19,700.00 S20,000.00 S15,000.00 S119,000.00 S109,945.00 ....... -- .. __ ..... _----S466,465.00 S356,520.00 S109,945.00 Equipment S4 160.00 S2'080.00 S497:120.00 S52,000.00 S79,248.00 S125,008.oo .. --.......................... S759,616.00 S759,616.OO Page 14 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on O9-MAR-9Q Contractor S7,200.00 S9 600.00 S10:000.00 S24,000.00 S15,200.00 ---------------$66,000.00 S50,800.00 S15,200.00 SlIl'I1\8 ry code TOTAL S20,680.00 S9,36O.00 S609 888.00 S212:357.92 S76,9OO.00 S20,000.00 S94, 248. 00 $299,208.00 S125,145.00 -- ... --------- ... --S1,467,786.92 S'.342,641.92 125,145.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year ·CapitaL Program SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA CODES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 4 BOOSTER RINGS AREA 20 IA Transfer Line Page 1.5 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on O9-MAR-90 SLIIIlIIIry Sunnary code CODE Description Material TRIUMF Equipment Contractor TOTAL -------------------------------- ._------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------. 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & ~indows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi~t 12 Furnl sh i ngs 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 ShieLding 25 Remote HandLi~ 26 Safety & Security 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 CentraL ControLs 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 ColLimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators' ELectrostatic Septa 32 ExperimentaL Support 33 ExperimentaL ChanneLs 35 ALignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & DeveLopment 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Cont i ngency 51 EscaLation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 44-49 S333,320.00 S26,416.00 S740,810.72 S1,025,232.00 S187,200.00 S2,312,978.7~ S2,312,978.72 S34,480.00 S147,78O.00 S194,400.00 S165,870.00 S514,675.00 S1,057,205.00 S542,530.00 $514,675.00 S1,952,828.80 S1,633,663.20 S571,153.44 140,560.00 S354,640.00 S31,200.00 14,584,045.44 14,552,845.44 S31,200.00 S165,600.00 S71,440.00 S10,000.00 16,000.00 S23,OOO.OO $60,760.00 S84, 600. 00 S109,600.00 S531,OOO.00 1421,400.00 S109,600.00 S2,486,228.8O S1,879,299.20 S1,506,364.16 S10,000.00 146,560.00 S1,214,102.00 $602,600.00 S84,6OO.00 1655,475.00 S8,485,229.16 S7L~,754.16 Ml55,475.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Page 16 of 53 Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on O9-MAR-90 and AREA CODES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 4 BOOSTER RINGS AREA 30 A Ring SlmII8ry CODE Description Material TRIUMF Equipnent Contractor SIIIIII8 rx code TOT L ---------------.---------------- _ .. _------------ --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 carpentrI 7 Thermal Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Yindows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi~nt 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Suppl i es S2n,264.00 S16 800.00 S480,282.40 S85,350.00 S859,696.40 20 Magnets S73 840.00 S192: 180.00 S1 i 870,284.00 S96 960.00 S2,233,264.00 21 RF Systems S143:832.00 $363,690.00 715,520.00 S405:000.00 S1,628,042.00 22 Vacuua SIstem S712,285.6O S155,520.00 S834,741.44 S276,000.00 S1,978,547.04 23 Targets Beam D~ S10,000.00 S10,OOO.00 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl in9 26 safet~ . & Secu~lty 27 Beam lagnostlcs S1,454,960.00 S1n,OSO.00 S20,800.00 S43,000.00 S1,69O,840.00 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Ch~rs S306,674.16 S274,600.00 S287, 508. 00 S564,860.00 S1,433,642.16 30 Collimators crapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Chamels 35 ALIgnment & Survey $171,360.00 $171 ,360.00 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Develo~nt 46 Technical Engineering & Design S882,855.00 S22,880.00 $264 , 000.00 $1,169,735.00 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation -.----_ ..... ------ ......... _----------- --------------- --------------- .------ .. _---- .. -TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA $2,968,855.76 S2,057,n5.00 S4,232,015.84 $1,916,530.00 $11,175,126.60 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 $2,968,855.76 $1~4,870.00 S4,209,135.84 $1 i 652,530.00 $10,005,391.60 97 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 44-49 2,855.00 $22,880.00 264,000.00 $1,169,735.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlmII8ry COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi prne!Jt 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES fro. 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 4 BOOSTER RINGS AREA 31 AB Transfer line Material TRIUMF Equipment 19 Power Supplies 510,608.00 20 Magnets 52,912.00 510,300.00 146,760.00 1665 454.40 5578:708.00 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 143,867.20 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 5370,760.00 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 ALIgnment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 44-49 _ ........ _---_ ................ 1428,147.20 1428,147.20 515,552.00 579,813.76 593,900.00 5151,550.00 515,600.00 .. ..... ---_ ..... _- ... _- .. _----_ ...... -... _---5318,062.00 51,339,576.16 5166 512.00 51,323,976.16 5151:550.00 515,600.00 Page 17 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFUll rU'l on 09-MAR-9O Contractor 144,280.00 518,480.00 514,000.00 510,000.00 57,500.00 525,200.00 5n,000.00 ... --_ ... _- ------ .. -5191,460.00 5119,460.00 5n,000.00 SUIIII8ry code TOTAL 5730,642.40 S646, 860.00 5153,232.96 510,000.00 S4n,160.00 525,200.00 5239,150.00 -_ ....... -........ _-----52,277,245.36 52,038,095.36 239,150.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlII'I1l8ry COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Special ities 11 Equ i JlIIlent 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl in9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Coll imators Scrapers & Sl its 31 separators' Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 44-49 SUMMARY BY SUlfitARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES frOll 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 4 BOOSTER RINGS AREA 40 BRing Material TRIUMF Equipment S175 240.00 S78,300.00 S4,779,320.00 S127:920.00 S201,840.00 S4,894,749.60 S3, 191, 136.00 S1,754,700.00 S7,348,640.00 S3,184,598.56 155,520.00 S1,200,563.52 S1,006,nO.00 S157,08O.00 S44,nO.OO S762,902.40 S907, 000 .• 00 S886,184.00 5990,485.00 S21,320.00 ----_ ... -... _------ --------------- _ ...... _-----_ .. _---S8,448,516.96 S4,244,925.00 519,175,497.12 S8,448,516.96 . 53,254,440.00 990,485.00 519,154,177.12 521,320.00 Page 18 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on Q9-MAR-9O Contractor S192,520.00 S88,68O.00 S1,020,000.00 S1,073,26O.00 5171,360.00 5264,000.00 -------- ... ------52,809,820.00 52,545,820.00 264,000.00 Sl.IIII18ry code TOTAL S5,225,380.00 S5,313,189.6O S13,314,476.00 S4,540,682.08 S1,208,520.00 S3,629,346.40 5171,360.00 51,275,805.00 -------------_ .. 534,678,759.08 533,402,954.08 S1,275,805.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlSI'III8ry COOE Descri pt i on 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & ~indows 9 Finishes 10 Special i ties 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electr ical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl i"9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators 1 Electrostat ic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 44-49 SlM4ARY BY SlM4ARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 4 BOOSTER RINGS AREA 41 BC Transfer Line Material TRIUMF Equipment S247,520.00 S7,696.00 $19,800.00 $65,120_00 S2,573,750_40 S1,332,302. 40 $428,081.68 S116,640.00 S208,122 . n $40,560_00 S349,900.00 S15,600.00 . ...... ..... __ .. __ ........... .......... ..... _-_ ......... _-- --- ....... _-_ .... _---S683,297.~ S551,46O.00 $4,170,335 .52 $683,297.68 S201,56O.00 S349,900.00 $4,154,735.52 S15,600.00 Page 19 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL rill on Q9-MAR-9O Contractor S184 160.00 S32:000.00 S15,000.00 $6,000 . 00 $49,180.00 sn,ooo.OO ---------_ ... _---S358,340.00 S286,340.00 sn,ooo.OO SlSI'III8ry code TOTAL S3,025,230.40 S1,437,118.40 $752,844.40 S15,000.00 $46,560.00 $49,180.00 $437,500.00 ..... _- -_ ... - ... - ...... ---S5,763,433.20 S5d25 ,933.20 37,500.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlIIIlI8ry COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi~t 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handling 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 separators! Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Cont i ngency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES frOll 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 5 MAIN RINGS AREA 5 General Material TRllI4F Equipment $1,184,560.00 $1,184,560.00 $1,184,560.00 Page 20 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL rlMl on Q9-MAR-9Q Contractor $57,000.00 $57,000.00 $57,000.00 SlIIIlI8ry code TOTAL $1,241,560.00 $1,241,560.00 $1,241,560.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program Sl.IlII18ry CODE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi[llllent 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets SUMMARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA CODES frOll 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 5 MAIN RINGS AREA 10 BC Transfer Line Material TRllJtF Equipllleflt Page 21 of 53 Report ESTCODEFULL rl.l'l on 09-MAR-90 Contractor Sl.IlII18ry code TOTAL 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System $262,096.64 $77,760.00 $146,013.92 1485,870.56 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & Secur1ty 27 Beam Diagnostics $1,050,192.00 $181,290.00 $15,000.00 $1,246,482.00 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators 1 Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Al1gnment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 $1,312,288.f?/t $259,050.00 $146,013.92 $15,000.00 $1,732,352.56 $1,312,288.64 . $259,050.00 $146,013.92 $15,000.00 $1,732,352.56 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Progra. Sl.III1l8ry CODE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equ i pment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlin9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnostics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 Separators £ Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 Alignment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Cont i ngency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM CODE RANGE 44-49 SLM4ARY BY SLM4ARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES frOll 1 to 9 and AREA CODES frOll 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 5 MAIN RINGS AREA 20 C Ring Material TR'IUMF S\266,200.00 S59,350.00 302 848.00 S598,nO.00 S322:400.00 S788,940.00 S2,455,043.76 Sm,600.00 S2,166,320.00 S178,560.00 S656, 728.80 S827, 600. 00 S1,242,033_00 Equipment S2,370,16O.00 sa,573,240.oo S1,162,720.OO S2,170,m.24 S20,800.00 S616,865.6O S23,400.00 .... - .... __ ...... _----- .................... -.-............ .. ---------_ .. _---S7,169,540~56 S4,472,853.00 S14,937,957.84 S7,169,540.56 S3,230,820.00 S1,242,033.00 S14,914,557.84 S23,400.00 Page 22 of 53 Report ESTCODEFULL run on 09-MAR-9Q Contractor S459 690.00 S236:560.00 S660,000.00 S58,000.00 S1,022,200.00 S434, 280. 00 S312,000.00 _ ... _------_ .... _--S3,182,730.00 S2~870,730.00 312,000.00 Sunnary code TOTAL S4,155,400.00 S9,711,418.00 S2,934,060.00 S5,403,416.00 S2,423,68O.00 S3,123,394.40 S434, 280 _ 00 S1,5n,433.00 ----------- ... ---S29,763,081.40 S28,185,648.40 S1,5n,433.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital PrograM SLIlIl\ary COOE Description 1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 Carpentry 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Wi ndows 9 Finishes 10 Specialities 11 Equi~nt 12 Furm sh i ngs 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Supplies 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuum System 23 Targets & Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handlil'l9 26 Safety & SecurIty 27 Beam Diagnost ics 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Choppers 30 Collimators Scrapers & Slits 31 separators' Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 ALIgnment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 44-49 SUMMARY BY SUMMARY COOE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 5 MAIN RINGS AREA 30 CD Transfer Line Material TRIUMF Equi~t S216,840.00 S7 800.00 1614,224.00 S2,496.00 S28:250.00 $833,352.00 S159,745_04 S38,880 .00 S101,477.16 1474,656.00 S104, 730.00 S151,650.00 S18,120.OO _ .. _---- ..... __ ... _-- --------_ ... ... ---- -_ ... _- ----------S853,737.Q4 S331,310.00 S1,573,m.76 S853,737.04 ' $119 660.00 S1,555,053.76 S151:650.00 S18,120.00 Page 23 of 53 Report ESTCOOEFULL run on 09-MAR-90 Contractor S27,000.00 S10,8OO.00 S15,000.00 S7,500.00 S20,16O.OO 148,000.00 -------------- .. S128,46O.00 $80,460.00 148,000.00 SlIIII18ry code TOTAL S865,864.00 S874,898_oo S306,102.8O S15,000.00 S586,886.00 520,160.00 5218,310.00 ----- -_ .. -------52,887,280.80 S2i2668,91 0.80 18,310.00 TRIUMF KAON Factory Five Year Capital Program SlIIIIIIIry COOE Description ........ --------------------------------1 General Requirements 2 Sitework 3 Concrete 4 Masonry 5 Metals 6 carpentrl 7 Thermal Moisture Protection 8 Doors & Windows 9 Finishes 10 S~ialities 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 19 Power Suppl i es 20 Magnets 21 RF Systems 22 Vacuua Slstem 23 Targets Beam Dumps 24 Shielding 25 Remote Handl ir19 26 safet~.& SecurIty 27 Beam lagnostlcs 28 Central Controls 29 Kickers & Ch~rs 30 Collimators crapers & Slits 31 Separators t Electrostatic Septa 32 Experimental Support 33 Experimental Channels 35 ALIgnment & Survey 39 Spares 40 Temporary Project Services 44 Project Management & Services 45 Research & Development 46 Technical Engineering & Design 47 Conventional Engineering, Design 50 Contingency 51 Escalation TOTALS FOR THIS MAJOR CATEGORY & AREA 95 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 01-39 97 TOTAL FOR SUM COOE RANGE 44-49 SlMIARY BY SUMMARY CODE Includes MAJOR CATEGORIES from 1 to 9 and AREA COOES from 1 to 99 MAJOR CATEGORY 5 MAIN RINGS AREA 40 DRing Material TRIUMF Equi~t --------------- --------------- ----.----------$2d02, no.oo $254,800.00 $28,4n,600.00 84,224.00 5652,320.00 $24,863,342.40 $2,643,264.00 $2i 461,