PROPOSED

QUEEN OF SHEBA HOTEL

ON

THE SLOPES OF MT. KENYA

PRELIMINARY COST ESTIMATES

Infracost Consultants

P.O.Box 66523 00800

Nairobi

November, 2012

  1. Cost Estimates :02                                Date : 29.09.2011

Preamble

The project consists of the construction of the following

Cultural Museum and School

Cultural school and museum consisting of display areas, teaching rooms, auditorium, staff houses, athletics field, and swimming pool including all associated service

The Queen of sheba springs Hotel

This will consist of main building, back of houses area, administration, cottages, typical rooms, senior and junior staff quarters, swimming pool, changing rooms, suna, gym and associated services.

Project Brief

Cultural Museum and School

The cultural school consists of an administration block, language laboratory, music laboratory, communication and documentation room, drama room, library ,dance/games room, gymnasium ,hostel and cafeteria, athletic field and a swimming pool..

The cultural museum consists of display areas, activity display, administration blocks and complementary gardens.

The display areas shall include the natural history, art, archives and impressions.

Activity display consists of 10No.activity homesteads each with an area of approximately 80m2 each, hall and shops.

Administration block consist of offices and a security station.,

The complementary gardens include, a green arena, hard surface arena, traditional crops gardens ,grass, flowers, shrubs garden, indigenous trees, arboretum/ethno botanical gardens and trees nursery.

The staff houses consist of; a junior and senior staff houses, esoteric and a student centre.

Roads, parking and pavements shall be finished in pre- cast   concrete paving blocks.

The Queen of sheba Springs Hotel

The resort consists of operational areas, public areas, 32No. cottages,40No. standards   rooms.

Public areas include a restaurant, a gym, large meeting areas, a reception, lobby ,lounge, library and a bar .Swimming pool, changing rooms, sauna and gym.

The back of house areas include; stores, mechanical plant room ,IT/PABX room, kitchen, cold room, receiving areas, circulation, staff canteen ,staff changing areas, line room, guest supplies, guest laundry, dispatch receiving and supplies.

The offices include the personnel, CCTV, accounts, security and the general manager’s office.

The electrical rooms include; transformer room, voltage stabilizers switch room, generator room and ducts.

Senior and junior staff quarters, common room and associated facilities.

External works and associated services

Preliminary Cost Estimates

 

Cultural Museum and School

Item

Description

Area

Unit

                   Amounts (Kes)

A

Preliminaries

         

1

Preliminaries

   

13,157,370

   
 

Sub-total

1 preliminaries

 

 

 

13,157,370

 

B

Staff houses

         

1

Junior Staff house

165

M2

4,950,000

   

2

Student centre

1,087

M2

32,610,000

   

3

Staff houses 2No

164

M2

4,920,000

   

4

Senior Staff house

127

M2

3,810,000

   

5

Isoteric centre

644

M2

19,320,000

   
 

Sub-total for

staff houses

 

 

 

65,610,000

 

C

Cultural School

         

1

Administration School

288

M2

8,640,000

   

2

Language Laboratory

288

M2

8,640,000

   

3

Music Laboratory

288

M2

8,640,000

   

4

Communication

and

documentation room

288

M2

8,640,000

   

5

Drama Room

288

M2

8,640,000

   

6

Library

288

M2

8,640,000

   

7

Dance and   games

288

M2

8,640,000

   

8

Gymnasium

378

M2

11,340,000

   

9

Hostel and cafeteria

2,240

M2

67,200,00

   

10

Athletic Field

744

M2

7,440,000

   

11

Swimming pool

400

M2

8,000,000

   
 

Sub-total   for cultural school

     

154,460,000

 

D

Cultural Museum

         
 

Display areas

         

1

Natural history

3,360

M2

26,880,000

   

2

Art

1,120

M2

8,960,000

   

3

Archives

1,120

M2

8,960,000

   

4

Impression

1,120

M2

8,960,000

   
 

Activity display

         

5

10No.

Activity homesteads

800

M2

20,000,000

   

6

Hall

3,360

M2

67,200,000

   

7

Shops

3,360

M2

67,200,000

   
 

Administration

         

8

Block of   offices

1,200

M2

30,000,000

   

9

Security station

400

M2

10,000,000

   
 

Complementary

         

10

Green Arena

20,000

M2

2,000,000

   

11

Hard surface   arena

20,000

M2

2,000,000

   

12

Traditional

crops garden

4,000

M2

400,000

   

13

Grass, flowers and shrubs garden

8,400

M2

840,000

   

14

Indigenous trees

55,000

M2

5,500,000

   

15

Aboretum/Ethnobotanical garden

22,000

M2

2,200,000

   

16

Trees nursery

10,000

M2

1,000,000

   
 

Sub-total   for

cultural museum

     

262,100,000

 

E

External Works

         

1

Boundary wall

2,092

M

12,552,000

   

2

Access road and parking

2,324

M

18,592,000

   

3

Foul drainage installation

12,981

M

10,384,800

   

4

Storm water Drainage

2,596

M

2,596,000

   
 

Sub-total for

external works

     

44,124,800

 
 

Sub-total

for (A=B+C=D+E)

       

539,452,170

F

Contingency ( 2.5%)

   

13,486,304

   

G

Fluctuations (2.5%)

   

13,486,304

   
 

Sub-total contingency and fluctuations

Sub-total

Building costs

     

26,972,608

566,424,778

 

Total estimated cost for

Museum and cultural school

       

566,424,778

Kenya shillings five Hundred Sixty six million ,Four Hundred twenty Four Thousands, Seven Hundred Seventy Eight only.

 

The Queen of Sheba Spring Hotel

Item

Description

Quantity

Unit

Amount (Kes)

1.00

Preliminaries

       

1.01

Preliminaries

   

5,480,118

 
 

Sub-total Preliminaries

     

5,480,118.00

 

SPACES

       

2.00

Operational Areas

       

2.01

Stores

610

M2

18,300,000

 

2.02

Mechanical Plants

258

M2

7,740,000

 

2.03

Electrical room

       
 

Transformer room, voltage stabilizer,switch room, generator room ,electricity room and duties

242

M2

7,260,000

 

2.04

IT/PABX room

62

M2

1,860,000

 

2.05

Kitchen and cold rooms

374

M2

11,220,000

 

2.06

Offices Personnel, CCTV, Accounts and Security

206

M2

6,180,000

 

2.07

Receiving areas

52

M2

1,560,000

 

2.08

Circulation

320

M2

9,600,000

 

2.09

Staff Canteen

104

M2

3,120,000

 

2.10

Staff changing areas

214

M2

6,420,000

 

2.11

Linen room, guest supplies, guest laundry ,dispatch, receiving and supplies

202

M2

6,060,000

 
 

Sub-total for operational areas

     

79,320,000.00

           
  1. Gikuyu and Mumbi Cultural Museum +The Queen of sheba Springs Hotel

Item

Description

Quantity

Unit

Amount (Kes)

3.00

Public Areas

       

3.01

Restaurant –Interior and exterior spaces   occupied by tables

640

M2

19,200,000

 

3.02

Swimming pool

228

M2

9,120,000

 

3.03

Gym

166

M2

6,640,000

 

3.04

Meeting rooms

224

M2

6,720,000

 

3.05

Inside/Outside areas

110

M2

3,300,000

 

3.06

Reception

120

M2

3,600,00

 

3.07

Front of house offices

126

M2

3,780,000

 

3.08

GM’s offices   and PA

64

M2

1,920,000

 

3.09

Lobby/Lounge

432

M2

12,960,000

 

3.10

Lounge/Library

56

M2

1,680,000

 

3.11

Bar

158

M2

4,740,000

 

3.12

Standard rooms (64No.)

5,120

M2

153,600,000

 

3.13

Cottages

32

No

192,000,000

 
 

Sub-total fro Public areas

     

419,260,000

4.00

External Works

       

4.01

Boundary Wall

2,092

M

12,552,000

 

4.02

Access road and parking

2,324

M

18,592,000

 

4.03

Foul drainage   installation

12,981

M

10,384,800

 

4.04

Storm Water Drainage

2,596

M

2,596,000

 
 

Sub-total External   Works

     

44,124,800

 

Total Estimated cost for   Queen

  1. Sheba Hotels

 

 

 

548,184,918

 

Kenya Shillings Five Hundred Forty Eight Million, One Hundred Eighty Four Thousands, Nine Hundred Eighteen Only.

Exclusions

The above estimated costs exclude the cost of the land, professional fees, and local council approval fees, NEMA fees, marketing costs, financial cost and interest.

Assumptions

The following assumptions have been made in preparing this preliminary financial appraisal.

01 The construction process shall be undertaken by building and civil engineering contractors

       procured through an open tender.

02 The fluctuations in the price of materials and labor are expected to follow the

     current   trends.

03 There will be no unreasonable extensions of time during the construction period .