Case Study Of Three-Point Estimate Problem
Use the three-point estimating process to determine the expected price of the material. (b) In addition to price fluctuations, it is also uncertain how much of structural steel will be required for the project. Design uncertainties and waste at the project site will affect the amount of structural steel actually needed. The most likely amount required is 40 tons. However, as little as 37 tons and as much as 49 tons might be required. One ton = 2000 lbs.
Use the three-point estimating process to determine to determine the expected amount of structural steel needed for the project?
(c) Using the estimates from 1 & 2, what is the expected cost for structural steel over the life of the project?
(d) Using the "Complex" three-point method, what is the expected cost for structural steel over the life of the …show more content…
This is the cost the retailer thinks they can sell the sandwich and still make money. The average markup from Bill to the Retailer is 150%. New products are targeted for 100% markup by the Retailer to the consumer on introduction, so that price and cost reductions can be taken as required by competitive pressure and still keep the product profitable.
Cowboy Bill's Sandwich shop's estimating department currently defines estimate accuracy as follows: Order of Magnitude -25%, +50% Budget -10%, +20% Definitive -5%, +5%
(a) After applying the appropriate estimate contingency adjustments, what is the cost per sandwich?
(b) After applying your mark-up to the retailer and the retailer's mark-up to the end consumer, what is the cost per sandwich (i.e. the "Retail Price")? (c) If we wish to minimize risk as related to the cost of the product, will the project be approved?
(d) What would you recommend to reduce or eliminate any contingency from the budget?
Retail price based upon contingency budget =