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What are the responsibilities of the Owner?

Supplying project concept & requirements; Acquiring land; Obtaining municipal approvals; Providing financing; Contracting architect/engineer; Awarding contracts in connection w/the work; Furnishing property surveys; Providing Insurance; Making payments; Securing & paying for easements

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What are the responsibilities of the Design Professional (Architect/Engineer)?

Representing owner; Advising & consulting w/owner; Coordinating & communicating w/other disciplines; Generating a complete set of drawings & specs; Coordinating all drawings & specs; Participating in bid process & contractor selection; Verifying that workmanship & materials conform to requirements of drawings & specs; Inspecting project; Preparing punch list

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What are the responsibilities of the General Contractor?

Gives personal attention to the work; Complying w/laws & ordinances; Following the drawings & specs; Taking responsibility for materials & workmanship; Supervising subcontractors; Alerting building owner of discrepancies in design; Putting together a bid; Acquiring performance & payment bonds; Following contract

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What are Performance Standards?

State what the final outcome of the project should be.

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What are Prescriptive Standards?

Tell the contractor exactly what to do and how to do it.

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1) Martin is the owner of a new shoe store being built in a local strip mall. Which of the following is his most important contribution to the construction project? a-acquiring land; b-supplying project concept & requirements; c-obtaining municipal approvals; d-obtaining sufficient funding

d-obtaining sufficient funding

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2) As program developer, Jim knows that one of the most critical tasks he faces is to put together a multidisciplinary project team whose members have complimentary skill sets, experience, passion for their task, and ______. a-strong work ethic; b-postgraduate degrees; c-four written references; d-expertise in the local real estate market

a-strong work ethic

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3) Karen is interviewing to be the contractor for a ________ project, which can take many forms. She aims to determine if this project will focus on the rehabilitation, modernization, or remodeling of the building. a-speculative development; b-built-to-suit development; c-renovation; d-energy performance contracting

c-renovation

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4) Miranda relies on both the _________, and the program of requirements to identify the space requirements for a construction project. a-punch list; b-blueprint; c-needs assessment; d-zoning codes

c-needs assessment (Statement of Need)

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5) As an experienced developer, Seth is well-versed in ________, which control the use, height, and mass of a building for a given area. a-industrial codes; b-zoning codes; c-building codes; d-uniform building codes

b-zoning codes

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6) When designing a project, much time is spent developing graphic illustrations of each component of the building. These illustrations, known as _______, are included in construction contract documents. a-Working drawings; b-Schedules; c-Conditions of the contract; d-Specifications

a-working drawings

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7) Predevelopment studies dedicated to analyzing the suitability of a site's soil and other aspects of the site itself are focused on: a-physical feasibility; b-economic feasibility; c-project cash flow; d-lifecycle costing

a-physical feasibility

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8) Through the green approach to program development, ______ help(s) facilitate consensus and an efficient approval process. a-increased funding; b-stakeholder participation; c-strict project team hiring requirements; d-LEED Green Building Rating System

b-stakeholder participation