CAPEX Development

Capexium is an independent cost estimation management firm providing project capital expenditure (CAPEX) development for our clients who are investing in the petrochemical, power, infrastructure,mining and metallurgical sectors. Since our inception, we have been providing clarity and simplicity to a complex world.

Our Services

 
Conceptual
Estimate

Provide quick method of determining the probable cost of a project without the benefit of a detailed scope definition.

Capacity factor
Estimate

The cost of a new facility is derived from the cost of a similar one of a known but usually different capacity.

Parametric
Estimate

Preparing estimates when there is little technical data to provide a basis for detailed estimating  methods.

Deterministic
Estimate

A detailed estimate is one in which each component of a project scope definition is quantitatively surveyed and priced

Material
Take-offs

Estimating take-off is the process of quantifying the material and labor quantities associated with
the project.

Estimate
Reviews

Presenting information to evaluate that the estimate
is of sufficient quality to meet its intended purpose.

AACE Class V

Concept Screening

Level of Definition 0% to 2%

Accuracy Range -50% / +100%

AACE Class II

Control or Bid Tender

Level of Definition 30% to 70%

Accuracy Range -15% / +20%

AACE Class IV

Study or Feasibility

Level of Definition 1% to 15%

Accuracy Range  -30% / +50%

AACE Class I

Check Estimate or Bid Tender

Level of Definition 50% to 100%

Accuracy Range -10% / +15%

AACE Class III

Budget or Control

Level of Definition 10% to 40%

Accuracy Range -20% / +30%

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COST ESTIMATE

From an early phase conceptual estimate to a definitive detail estimate, we ensure the best possible quality and accuracy.

 

Presenting the Estimate

As potential projects are considered as investment opportunities, clients will require various estimates to support key decision points.

At each of these points, the level of engineering and technical information available to prepare the estimate will change. Accordingly, the techniques and methods to prepare the estimates will also vary.