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USTCF Cost Guidelines – 2013 Updated Tables

 Important Note:  The Cost Guideline update, including the attached tables, is a work in progress. The Cleanup Fund will use the rates and costs in the current Cost Guidelines version (the 2006 version) when determining reasonable and necessary reimbursement costs until the Cost Guidelines are officially updated.  Claimants should use the current version of the Cost Guidelines until informed by the Cleanup Fund that new Cost Guidelines are in effect.

 View the USTCF-cost-guidelines_comparisons document dated 09-20-2013
Cost Guidelines Table Name
Tab Number
Personnel Labor RatesTab 1
Lab AnalysisTab 2
On-Site LaboratoriesTab 3
Lab Analysis (Air)Tab 4
SuppliesTab 5
Small ItemsTab 6
Equipment (Small)Tab 7
Equipment (Heavy)Tab 8
Equipment (Drilling)Tab 9
DrillingTab 10
Miscellanous Drilling CostsTab 11
Direct Push TechTab 12
Preliminary Site Assessment Phase Work PlanTab 13
Soil And Water Investigation Work PlanTab 14
Interim Remedial Action Work PlanTab 15
Community Health and Safety PlanTab 16
Cone Penetrometer Test: Installation of 8 CPT probes to 30 ftTab 17
Hand Augering: Installation of 5 hand augers borings to 10 ftTab 18
Soil Boring Installation: Installation of 3 borings to 30 ftTab 19
Soil Boring Installation: Installation of 6 borings to 50ftTab 20
Trench/Test Pit Excavation: Excavation of 30 ft of trench to 15 ft.Tab 21
Hydropunchu00ae1:Installation of 6 sample probes to 30 ft to sample groundwaterTab 22
Groundwater Well Installation: Installation of 3 borings to 30 ft; converted to 2 inch monitoring wells.Tab 23
Groundwater Well Installation: Installation of six (6) borings to fifty (50) feet; converted to two inch monitoring wells.Tab 24
Well DevelopmentTab 25
Vapor Test (8 hour)Tab 26
Pump Test (48 hour)Tab 27
Free Product Removal: up to six (6) wellsTab 28
Groundwater Monitoring Event: three (3) wells at thirty (30) feet.Tab 29
Groundwater Monitoring Event: six (6) wells at fifty (50) feet.Tab 30
Periodic Groundwater Monitoring Report: Three (3) wells; no other activity conducted.Tab 31
Periodic Groundwater Monitoring Report: Six (6) wells; no other activity conducted.Tab 32
A)Periodic Update Report: Significant activities conducted. B)Periodic Update Report: No activities conducted during reporting period.Tab 33
Site Assessment Report: six(6) borings to thirty (30) feet; three (3) converted to monitoring wellsTab 34
A)Corrective Action Plan Preparation: Basic site with moderate groundwater and soil contamination. B)Corrective Action Plan Preparation: Complicated site with extensive groundwater and soil contamination; difficult hydrogeology and multiple contaminantsTab 35
A)Remedial Action Plan Preparation: Basic site with moderate groundwater and soil contamination. B)Remedial Action Plan Preparation: Complicated site with extensive groundwater and soil contamination; difficult hydrogeology and multiple contaminants.Tab 36
A) Excavate and segregate overburden and contaminated soil B) Consulting ExcavationTab 37
A) System Operations and Maintenance B) Operations and Maintenance SuppliesTab 38
A) Contaminated Soil B) Contaminated Liquid C) Containerized WasteTab 39
A) Off-site Remediation B) Off-site DisposalTab 40
Clean up Progress ReportTab 41
A) Site Survey B) Underground Utility Check C)Traffic ControlTab 42
Total Subcontract or Equipment Mark-Up AmountTab 43
After Tank Removal; Overexcavate and Dispose of 150 Yd3 of Petroleum Contaminated SoilTab 44

 

View the USTCF-cost-guidelines_comparisons document dated 09-20-2013