VA Board of Contract Appeals Permits Application of “Measured Mile” Approach for Determining Inefficiencies Using Similar But Non-Identical Tasks as Standard of Comparison

In re P.J. Dick, Inc.
2002 VA BCA LEXIS 2; 2002-1 B.C.A. (CCH) P31,732 (9/27/01)

The Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) awarded P.J. Dick, Inc. (“PJD”) a contract for the construction of a clinical addition to the Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan (the “Contract”). To complete its work under the Contract, PJD entered into a subcontract with Kent Electric Services (“KES”) pursuant to which KES agreed to perform all electrical work for the project for labor and material costs plus a $10,000 per month management fee. Continue reading “VA Board of Contract Appeals Permits Application of “Measured Mile” Approach for Determining Inefficiencies Using Similar But Non-Identical Tasks as Standard of Comparison”