Macage A guide document outlining the process of soliciting and evaluating construction bids, and awarding the construction contract. Documents CCDC Documents are relied on as familiar industry standards for their fairness and balance for all parties involved in a construction project. CCDC 3 — Cost Plus Contract Standard prime contract between Owner and prime Contractor to perform the required work on an actual-cost basis, plus a percentage or fixed fee which is applied to actual costs. Please make sure you have at least version 4. Standard rules for mediation and arbitration of CCDC 2 construction disputes to be used in conjunction with the dispute resolution procedures of CCDC 2. However Adobe offers several products available for purchase that do have save functionality.
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During this seminar, CCDC members will explain to you the key philosophy behind these new documents and instructions on their correct use: CCDC 2M — Master Agreement and Work Authorization CCDC 2M is developed to meet the needs of Owners with an on-going construction or maintenance program: to enter into specific work arrangements quickly and easily, without having to review and re-negotiate general terms and conditions for each work order.
The Master Agreement is a contract form between Owner and Contractor that is applicable for a defined period of time and is intended to establish contractual terms and conditions excluding scope, time and cost for multiple projects during that time period. Each project will be ordered by means of Work Authorizations, that define the project specific requirements like scope, price, time.
There will be a detailed analysis of when an Owner should consider using CCDC 3, the pros and cons of the cost-plus contracts, and the roles and risk profiles of the Owner and Contractor. Other key topics include the calculation of fee, GMP option, review and approval of expenses, subcontracting, correction of defects, etc. Owners, Consultants, Construction Managers, Design-Builders to explain and recommend best practices through the entire pre-qualification process.
There will be discussions on how to determine whether pre-qualification is necessary and appropriate during the procurement planning, comparison of various types of pre-qualifications unlimited, short-listing, source-list , best practices for Request for Qualifications checklist, submissions, evaluation and interviews, notification and debriefing.
For each model form the guide contains a brief explanation of each of the administrative processes involved, a short narrative description to guide users of the form, a list of items which should be included in the form, and an example of a model form.
The CCDC members will also provide an update and seek your input on the priority documents that the Committee is working on. Who Should Attend? Owners, executives and managers from construction buyers, architects, engineers, contractors, and allied professionals in the construction industry. The authors of CCDC insurance provisions will explain in simple terms the insurance requirements in CCDC contract forms, the types of policies necessary to comply with such requirements, when there may be a need to require broader or different coverage to the minimum standard insurance provisions specified in CCDC contract forms.
Practical Tips on Critical Insurance Issues — Selection of insurance representatives, claims process reporting, handling, proof of loss , subrogation etc. Come join us in this comprehensive construction insurance seminar and learn from the CCDC insurance experts on how to properly insure construction projects.
Owners, executives and managers from construction buyers, architects, engineers, contractors, insurance service providers, and allied professionals in the construction industry. A lawyer from the Canadian Bar Association, construction law section, sits as an ex-officio member of the committee. All CCDC documents carry endorsement of the four national constituent organizations.
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Receiving Bids Bid closing dates and times, receipt of bids, late bids, bid modifications, bid closing including two-stage closingand single bids. This document is a free download. Please contact your nearest document outlet for further ordering and pricing information. In addition to the common contract terms and conditions for construction projects, CCDC 14 clearly defines the roles and responsibilities of the contracting parties: CCDC 9A — Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Contractor A sworn statement for use by the Contractor as a contdact of receiving payment for either the second and subsequent conteact for progress payment or the release of holdback funds. However if you want all of the CCDC documents it is more economical to purchase a complete set rather than purchase each document individually. CCDC 3 — Cost Plus Contract Standard prime contract between Owner and prime Contractor to perform the required work on an actual-cost basis, plus a percentage or fixed fee which is applied to actual costs.
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