UM = FP
Explosive limit - 200 pounds at the road crater site. Site must be refilled after each use.
Wire obstacle width - seven meters; length - 20 meters. Use one Bangalore kit to breach the obstacle.
Minefield width -10 meters; length - 20 meters. Mines may be placed on the surface or buried.
Steel-cutting chamber has a ledge to mount steel or concrete beams. Steel and concrete beams vary in width and length.
Timber-cutting site - 10 meters wide, 35 meters long. There are eight concrete base supports (four on each side of road) for placement of
logs. Poles should be no larger than 36 cm in diameter nor taller than 10 meters. Charges should be placed to prevent damage to the
concrete base. Concrete obstacle is constructed with concrete cubes or tetrahedrons. It is 10 x 30 meters.
References: FM 5-25, FM 5-34, FM 5-102, FM 20-32.
Construction Cost Factor (CCF)
,839,347.65/FP, based upon data provided by USACE Engineering & Support Center,
Huntsville. FAC is composed of multiple category codes. CCF was based upon Army catcodes 17885 and
17887. Per the Army's inventory, catcode 17885 represents 100% of the total. Values for individual
ranges at the category code level were developed and weighted in accordance with the above percentages.
Sustainment Cost Factor (SCF)
,818.98/FP, based on RS Means data and Source 1 SCFs developed for other FACs (i.e. FAC
8712 Retaining Structure), and using the components listed in the USACE standard drawings. SCF was
based upon Army catcodes 17885 and 17887. Per the Army's inventory, catcode 17885 represents 100%
of the total. Values for individual ranges at the category code level were developed and weighted in
accordance with the above percentages.
Sustainable components for this FAC are:
Steel Cutting Chamber
Timber Cutting Area