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|OCTOBER 2005||TABLE PT-4|
|TYPE OF MATERIALS AND LABOR||UNIT||NUMBER OF UNITS
PER MILLION DOLLARS
|Cement (excludes cement in concrete pipe)||Ton||475|
|Purchased (by contractors)||Ton||12,300|
|Produced (by contractors)||Ton||2,497|
|Structural (shapes, plates, H and sheet piling)||Ton||16|
|Reinforcing (pavement and structural reinforcement)||Ton||37|
|Culvert pipe (corrugated metal and structural plate, pipe arches and arches)||Ton||1|
|Miscellaneous (joint devices, tubular piling, etc.)||Ton||2|
|Concrete pipe (plain and reinforced)||Ton||52|
|Clay pipe and title (includes some PVC pipe)||Ton||-|
|Lumber (all lumber products except timber piling)||Board foot||5,576|
|Petroleum products 4/||Gallon||12,279|
|Guardrail (all types)||Linear foot||582|
|Bridge railing (all types)||Linear foot||97|
|Corrugated aluminum culvert||Pound||90|
|Signs (complete in place)||Dollar||8,969|
|Lighting (complete in place)||Dollar||10,571|
1/ For comparable standards of design, the usage of materials and labor on Federal-aid work is not appreciably different from their usage on non-Federal-aid work. The data in this table are obtained from Form FHWA-47, prepared by the Office of Program Administration in the Office of Infrastructure.
2/ Right-of-way, preliminary engineering, and construction engineering costs excluded.
3/ Includes sand, gravel, clay gravel, slag, crushed stone, etc.; used for all highway construction including bases, subbases, concrete surfaces, bituminous surfaces, structural concrete, and drainage work.
4/ Fuel and lubricants for equipment and trucks. Grease converted to gallons on basis of 8 pounds per gallon.
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