ProLCCA is a life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA) tool for assessing transportation investments from start to end. Try a free two-week trial now!
Coming Soon: Version 2
An upgraded version 2 of ProLCCA will be released September 2018. This version allows users to define pay items.
Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
LCCA allows agencies to evaluate the initial and future costs of investments (the whole iceberg), making the best use of their budgets.
ProLCCA is a unique customized tool to fit your needs. TEST can work with agencies and engineers to tailor the LCCA to the requirements and characteristics of specific jurisdiction. This may include storing agency-specific pay item databases, user cost parameters and models, estimating methodologies or even design procedures to streamline the use of LCCA and ultimately provide more complete information for decision-makers to initiate effective transportation infrastructure investments. ProLCCA is fully supported by the TEST’s team of transportation experts.
Based on the building blocks you already use.
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Store all information for your projects in one place.
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Add confidence to decision making with statistical analysis.
The Life-Cycle Cost Analysis Process
Various alternative construction designs can be considered. The costs associated with engineering and administration costs can be estimated as a percentage of the pay items used.
Minor repairs and maintenance occur thorough the life of the pavement. The frequency and type depend on the initial infrastructure design.
Construction includes all upfront, initial capital costs of the agency. Costs for maintenance of traffic is also be included.
The use of the infrastructure consists main of costs to the user (e.g., vehicle operating costs for roadways).
The infrastructure will need to be rehabilitated periodically through its lifespan to restore functionality. The frequency and type can vary.
If the infrastructure remains at the end-of-life, it will be credited a salvage value depending on its expected remaining life.
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