A woman-owned small business enterprise (WBE) providing cost estimating and cost management services with considerable experience spanning a broad range of market sectors, including federal, GSA and private client expertise.Download Firm Brochure
With assessed damages estimated at over $68 billion, Super Storm Sandy was the second-costliest storm in United States history. TCT works with the NYC Office of Management and Budget (NYC OMB) to estimate the cost of repairs, replacement and improvement of facilities owned/operated by various New York City agencies that suffered damage by Super Storm Sandy.
Our Certified Cost Professionals are essential team members in supporting our partnership with professional Disaster Recovery Management Consultants nationwide. TCT’s affiliation with FEMA-approved cost estimates aids disaster recovery consultants as they assist state agencies and local governments with disaster grant applications, appeals and audits through FEMA’s Office of the Inspector General.
We prepare “Cost Reasonableness” or “Fair and Reasonable Analysis’” and comprehensively review FEMA documents:
TCT has estimated over $2 billion of Super Storm Sandy-related work for the NYC Office of Management and Budget (NYCOMB) Disaster Relief Program and collaborates with FEMA to create standards for NYC crew configuration, wage rates, and productivity. To date, we have completed over 200 FEMA Cost Estimating Format-approved estimates on Super Storm Sandy-related projects for numerous agencies including NYC Parks, NYC Sanitation, and the NYC DEP.