10.2_Introduction%20rev

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Week 1 – Lecture 2 Agenda Construction Team  Basic Construction Concepts Owner, Architect, and Builder Relationships Contract Administration Standards and Codes
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Construction Team Construction Team Company Owner Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Estimating / Scheduling / Contracts Safety
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Project Management Focus on: Contract/Legal agreements Profit Cash flow Communication skills – both oral and  written Company goals and employee  improvement Company image Future relationships with Owner
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Superintendent Focus on: Field coordination Plan – Scheduling (P3) Material – Deliveries Access – Coordination of equipment Equipment – Right size for the job / sharing equipment Labor – Both the subs and self perform Ability to “motivate” Ability to think outside the box Masterbuilder
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Tradeoffs  PM – Typically working towards an  office/non-travel job.  Success  dependent on internal team. Super – Will always work on a jobsite.   Success dependent on external team. Which one makes more money?  (hint:  it depends)
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Design Professionals Architect is the Lead Designer What are the five responsibilities of an  architect?  (hint:  answer is in readings for  week 1) Consultants Engineers (HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing,  etc) Experts (Equipment sales reps, e.g.  medical equipment or food service  equipment)
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Types of Structures Buildings are identified by their use – Commercial Residential Industrial Institutional Non-building Common Use (also known as Mixed  Use) serves as more than one use.
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Commercial – Office Space
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Residential Residential tends to fall into two  categories Single Family Homes  Multi-Family Housing 
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Residential Single Family homes tend to fall into  two categories: Track homes – Typical Florida  Subdivisions Custom Homes - $300,000 plus unique  homes built for a known buyer. Speculative Homes – High-end homes built for  unknown buyer – greater risk for developer
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Residential Multi-Family housing has multiple  categories: Duplexes Apartment Buildings Condominiums (residential building with a  commercial structure)
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Residential / Development
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Industrial Manufacturing and production facilities. Tends to include: Warehouses Transportation Centers Laboratories
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Industrial / Manufacturing
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Institutional Hospitals Schools Jails
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Non-building Bridges / Roads Power line towers Cell phone towers
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Construction System and  Methods Basic criteria for construction methods – Functional requirements Cost Desired appearance Contractor is responsible for methods of 
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course BCN 1210 taught by Professor Fobair during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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