Residual dose rate measurements were conducted on target vessel #13 and proton beam window #5 after extraction from their service locations. These measurements are used to verify calculation methods of radionuclide inventory assessment that are typically performed for nuclear waste characterization and transportation of these structures. Neutronics analyses for predicting residual dose rates are carried out using the transport code MCNPX and the transmutation code CINDER90. For transport analyses a complex and rigorous geometry model of the structures and their surroundings are applied. The neutronics analyses are carried out using the Bertini and CEM high energy physics models for simulating particles interactions above the table-based cross section range. Obtained calculational results are analyzed and compared to the measured dose rates and overall show good agreement within 25%, which shows applicability of the methods used in analyses.