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[en] Cost estimation using ministerial regulation of public work no. 11/2013 in construction projects

One of the first tasks in starting a construction project is to estimate the total cost of building a project. In Indonesia there are several standards that are used to calculate the cost estimation of a project. One of the standards used in based on the Ministerial Regulation of Public Work No. 11/2013. However in a construction project, contractor often has their own cost estimation based on their own calculation. This research aimed to compare the construction project total cost using calculation based on the Ministerial Regulation of Public Work No. 11/2013 against the contractor’s calculation. Two projects were used as case study to compare the results. The projects were a 4 storey building located in Pantai Indah Kapuk area (West Jakarta) and a warehouse located in Sentul (West Java) which was built by 2 different contractors. The cost estimation from both contractors’ calculation were compared to the one based on the Ministerial Regulation of Public Work No. 11/2013. It is found that there were differences between the two calculation around 1.80 % – 3.03% in total cost, in which the cost estimation based on Ministerial Regulation was higher than the contractors’ calculations.


Arumsari, P., Yuliastuti & Al'farisi, M. K. (2017). [en] Cost estimation using ministerial regulation of public work no. 11/2013 in construction projects. dimensionless discharge, 109(1) 012033 .doi:10.1088/1755-1315/109/1/012033
Keyword
cost estimation, construction project, ministerial regulation, building contractor
Journal
79
Volume
109
Issue
1
Page Start
012033
DOI
10.1088/1755-1315/109/1/012033