CEE_595__Lecture_7_2008_Web_Bid___GC

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Cornell University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering CEE 595 – Construction Planning and Operations Management of The Construction Process for Professionals Professor Paul G. Carr, Ph.D., P.E. Lecture 7 Friday 11:15 – 2:00 366 Hollister Hall
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ourse Syllabus CEE 595 Construction Planning and Operations 2008 Topic 29-Aug Module 1 Introduction and Course Objectives Module 2 Conceptual Design and Estimating (Owner) 5-Sep Module 2 Introduction to Planning, Design, Estimating and Scheduling Module 3 When Projects Go Bad - Introduction to Disputes and Resolution 12-Sep Module 1 Conceptual Design and Estimating Location, Time, Scope Module 1 19-Sep Module 1 Construction Contracts - LS, DB, CM at Risk, CM, DBB, etc. Module 1 Estimating Conceptual Level + Design Fee Introduction 26-Sep Module 1 Module 1 3-Oct Team Presentation Interviews for the A/E, CM, Program Manager Teams Project 10-Oct Module 2 Issues During Construction; Award, Agreement, Time, Changes, Payments Module 2 General Conditions to the Contract - The Rules 17-Oct Module 2 Exam No. 1 In Class Module 2 Take Home Section 24-Oct Module 2 Introduction to Estimating Concrete Slab and Walls Module 2 Introduction to Scheduling Masonry, Carpentry and Exterior Walls 31-Oct Module 2 Project Estimate Structural , Metals, Roofing, Waterproofing Module 2 Wage Rates and Labor Specialties and Quotations 7-Nov Module 2 Proposal Due Module 3 Dispute Resolution Assignment of Case 14-Nov Module 3 Work Sessions Case Preparation Module 3 Work Sessions Case Preparation 21-Nov Module 3 Mini - Trial Presentations Module 3 28-Nov Module 3 Thanksgiving Break Module 3 5-Dec Module 3 Organized Crime, Corruption and Influence In the Construction Industry Module 3 Hand out Final ates/Session Syllabus, will change as the Semester flows General echanical Modern Marvels the Envelope Systems
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Construction Contracting and Obligations Invitation to Bid - Contractors Bid Form of Proposal Contractor’s Agreement with the Owner E WILL LOOK AT PUBLIC OWNERS INSTEAD OF PRIVATE OWNERS SINCE THE RULES ARE STRICTER AND ARE IN PLACE TO PROTECT AGAINST RISK AND PROTECT THE PUBLIC’S MONEY – PRIVATE CONSTRUCTION HAS THE LATIUTDE TO USE THESE RULES OR RELAX AND/OR MODIFY….
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What Constitutes a Project’s Bid Package?
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How do you get the word a Project Needs a Bid?
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Bid Bond
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Bid Bonds on Public Work (4/92) 4. Capital Construction Bids (4/92) Reference Guide #D.4 Under certain circumstances, it is possible for a contractor who has made an error in bidding a public works project to withdraw his bid without having to forfeit his bid bond or other bid security. Chapter 491 of the Laws of 1991 adds paragraph 11 to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law. That paragraph reads as follows: Bid mistake; public projects. (a) In all contracts governed by this section, where a unilateral error or mistake
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