Flashcards in Project Delivery Methods Deck (44):
What are the owner's responsibilities in design-build?
Duties normally performed by the architect:
-construction contract administration
-reviewing and approving submittals
-approving changes submitted by the designer-builder
-visiting the site
-rejecting nonconforming work
-certifying substantial completion
Who provides GMP?
How many agreements does the owner need in IPD?
Typically multiple with independent firms.
How many agreements does the owner need in design-build?
Is attorney a consultant?
Implicit client of the job?
All building users
What is a significant component if the project quality?
What is often refined during design?
Legal obligation of parties
Risks for the architect
Can this be accomplished with standard of care?
Level of quality.
What affects the project delivery selection for the owner?
Three main types of PD
Design-bid-build, Construction management, Design-Build. (IPD is sometimes considered the 4th)
Negotiated select team
A variation of DBB. A contractor is selected early in the design process. Subcontractors are selected after that. The final contract is based on early pre-negotiated terms.
Cost plus fixed fee
Contractor is selected at the completion of CD. The scope is unpredictable, the GC is paid for labor, overhead and fee for profit that is fixed and won't change regardless of increase in project cost.
Acts only as constructability and cost management consultant during design and construction, will NOT build the building. CM adviser can be used with any of PD.
Draw a CM adviser diagram
Provides early consulting.
Acts on behalf of the owner in assembling and coordinating construction trades prior to and during construction.
CM-Agent typical fee
Draw CM-Agent diagram
Does CM agent assume any risks for construction cost?
No, but inform the owner about savings and overruns
Constructability and cost adviser on early stages who builds as a contractor later.
GMP-Commitment set based on early design documents.-This places the CM-C at risk for the constuction.
Draw CM-C diagram
Difficulty for CM-C?
The cost decisions made early in design directly affect the CM's profitability
When CM is needed?
When complexity, schedule or commitment to budget are critical
Single team of architect, contractor,subcontractor. Single contract, joint responsibility.
Draw a table if driving factors
What tracks construction cost?
Cost estimates at design milestones
Possibility of multiple bid-packages with CM?
Should the architect read A133-CM contract?
Yes, to understand thr matters of payment, dispute resolution, cost of work method.
Construction experience, cost estimation, scheduling, coordination
Should the architect meet with the owner to discuss scope of the project for the CM?
Does CM perform preliminary evaluation of program, schedule, and budget?
Does CM develop subcontractors' ans suppliers' interest in the project?
Can CM pre-purchase materials?
GMP consists of:
Cost of the work, contingencies, CM's fee
Does CM obtain bids from subcontractors to review them with thr architect and the owner?
What needs to be done for CM selection?
Interview with the team and architect
Should the CM review drawings?
Who must establish the roles for the architect and CM?
The owner. The contracts must be aligned with each other.
What should be included in both CM and architect contracts?
Matrix or narrative description clearly defining roles.
2 main CM's responsibilities
Construction schedule and construction cost