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Construction Management - Design, Execution and Supervision

Date: 7 August 2017 - 11 August 2017
Course ID: ADDQ009
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US $: 3950 US$
Venue: London / UK

Introduction:

Construction management involves making decisions and the timely flow of information and decisions to enable completion of the project as required by the contract documents including review and observation of the construction project. This is important to the Owner and contractor not only to determine that the work is proceeding in conformity with the contract documents, but also because it allows a final opportunity to detect any inaccuracies, ambiguities or inconsistencies in the design.

The objective of the program is to improve construction contract management by providing education related to the management and enforcement of contract requirements during the construction phase of the project.

Who should attend:

The course is designed for those individuals involved in construction management, including Contract Administrators, Property Managers, Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers, Specification Consultants, and Building Authorities.

Daily Outlines:

 Construction Project Management

 Construction Project Life Cycle

• Pre-project phase

• Planning and design phase

• Contractor selection phase

• Project mobilization phase

• Project operations phase

• Project closeout and termination phase



 Pre-project phase

• Selection of project delivery system

• Traditional design–tender–build

• Design–build

• Construction manager

• Project manager

• Document and construct

• Separate prime contracts

• Turnkey

• Build–own–operate–transfer

• Joint venture

• Force account

• Phased construction

• Selection of type of contract

• Lump sum/fixed price

• Unit price/measure and value

• Cost plus

• Time and materials



 Planning and design phase

• Planning and feasibility study stage

• Consultant selection

• Program development

• Identification of alternatives

• Site investigation

• Constructability analysis

• Preliminary cost estimate

• Financial feasibility analysis

• Design stage

• Schematic design

• Design development

• Contract document development stage

• Drawings

• General conditions

• Special conditions

• Technical specifications

• Schedule of quantities

• Invitation to tender

• Instructions to tenderers

• Tender form

• Agreement

• Surety bond forms and insurance certificates



 Contractor selection phase

• Methods for contractor selection

• Pre-qualification/post-qualification

• Open tender

• Invited tender

• Negotiation

• The contractor’s tender decision

• Considerations in deciding to tender

• Preliminary job planning

• Method statement

• Constructability analysis

• Jobsite visits and checklists

• Preliminary schedule

• Pre-tender meetings

• Cost estimating

• Levels of detail

• Rough order of costs

• Preliminary assessed costs

• Firm estimate of costs

• The estimating process

• Elements of net project cost

• Labor

• Materials

• Equipment

• Subcontract work

• Provisional and prime cost allowances

• Site overheads

• Company overheads

• Proposal preparation, submittal and opening

• Submittal and opening process

• Selecting the successful contractor

• Criteria

• Qualifications

• Notice to proceed and contract agreement



 Project mobilization phase

• Permits, consents and licenses

• Bonding

• Insurance

• Work breakdown structure

• Bar charts

• Network schedules

• Budgeting and cost systems

 Project operations phase

• Monitoring and control

• Schedule updating

• Cost control

• Cost reports

• Quantity section

• Cost section

• Quality management

• Documentation and communication

• Submittals

• Variations

• Measurement, progress payments and retainage

• Contract documentation

• Communication records

• Project status documentation

• Correspondence

• Materials management

• Financial management

• Legal issues

• Claims process

• Dispute prevention and resolution

• Dispute prevention

• Differing site conditions

• Delays

• Contract termination



 Project closeout and termination phase

• Introduction

• Completing the work

• Closing out the project

• Consent of surety

• Final quantities

• Request for final payment

• Liquidated damages

• Final payment and release of retainage

• Final accounting and cost control completion

• Certificates

• As-built drawings

• Operating and maintenance manuals

• Records archiving and transfer

• Training sessions

• Warranties, guarantees and defects liability periodPost-project analysis, critique and report

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