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   CE 332 Page 1 CE 332  Construction Project Development Edward J. Gannon, P.E., PhD 206 C Sackett Building 113 Physical Plant Building 814.863.2176 Office Hours:  by appointment [email protected]
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   CE 332 Page 2 Project Evolution Feasibility Engineering & Design Bidding Construction Inspection Operation Perceived Need D.P. Advertise Award Completion Selected For Bids Contract & Acceptance Owner A/E Design Contractors Owner Consultants Professional Specialists Economic Design & Planning & Management Analyses Engineering A/E Monitoring            The “Project”
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   CE 332 Page 3 Owners Public federal, state, local, authorities and partnerships  (public-private) projects built to meet public needs financing through appropriations, taxes, bonds Private individuals, private partnerships, corporations projects for their own use financing through cash, bonds, borrowed monies
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   CE 332 Page 4 Design Professional (D.P.) Designs and oversees part or all of the  project, responsible for  quality  of  project Can be architects, engineers,  consultants, and specialists Lead D.P. is architect on buildings,  engineer on public works projects,  either for other projects  
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   CE 332 Page 5 Prime or General Contractor Responsible for building entire project;  may perform some or all of the work Essential function : close financial &  management control of total process Chief contribution : ability to marshal  and allocate resources to achieve  objectives of  cost, time, and quality
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   CE 332 Page 6 Specialty or Sub- Contractor Performs selected portions of the work Has special skills and equipment to  conduct limited scope work Much smaller management function  than Prime Contractor.
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   CE 332 Page 7 Project Management
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