3 reasons to hire a Certified Cost Consultant from Team Analysis to review your estimates and build Independent Cost Estimates (ICEs) for your programs:
You will have independent assurance that your project is proceeding in the most economical fashion and to the expected quality.
2An Expert Resource
You can supplement your existing staff with a quality resource to meet surge requirements. We offer you immediate availability to expert cost estimating specialists.
We can help you uncover unique or innovative approaches that may not have been previously considered.
Site Remediation and D&D
Team Analysis has extensive experience developing estimates, cost models, and performing in-depth historical cost analysis for site remediation, decontamination and dismantling of the nuclear weapons development process and production facilities.
We have the relevant knowledge and expertise to perform technical evaluation and independent cost estimates and forecast baseline budgets for site remediation and D&D programs.
For over a decade we have worked with clients to develop estimates for site remediation. In fact, we have developed over 100 remediation cost models for estimating the costs of a cleanup project during the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study (RI/FS) phase.
Our Independent cost estimates and evaluations for site remediation are performed in accordance with applicable environmental regulations, including the Comprehensive Environmental Restoration, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
Decontamination & Decommissioning
We will leverage our in-depth expertise with DOE’s ECAS database of decommissioning and decontamination cost data from over 278 DOE D&D projects to perform Independent cost estimates for your program.
For over five years, Team Analysis has been collecting historical project data from 278 projects across the DOE for ECAS. ECAS includes labor, equipment, material, and utilities costs for managing waste operations and construction of treatment storage and disposal facilities for hazardous, radioactive and mixed waste. This has familiarized us with the intricacies of DOE project reports, databases, baseline estimates, and financial information systems. Analyzing these data, applying relevant cost driving attributes and parameters, and assigning the DOE’s Environmental Cost Element Structure (ECES) code of accounts has given us insight into the individual site’s WBS and indirect cost application.