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Bureau of Engineering Project Delivery Manual Chapter: 1 – OVERVIEW OF PROJECT DELIVERY Procedure: 1.3 PROJECT DELIVERY FLOWCHART Revised: February 9, 2009 PURPOSE The Bureau has divided the project delivery process into five distinct phases, Pre-Design, Design, Bid and Award, Construction, and Post-Construction. The attached flowchart ( Attachment 1.3-1 ) shows the first three phases of project delivery and depicts the major steps required to successfully take a project from initiation to the start of construction. The Construction and Post-Construction phases are described later in this Manual. The purpose of this Procedure is to summarize the project delivery process depicted in the attached flowchart. REFERENCES N/A RESPONSIBILITIES Project Manager (PM): The Project Manager assumes overall responsibility for delivery of the project. During Pre-Design, the PM is specifically responsible for opening the project work order, verifying project funding, defining the project scope, selecting the Project Delivery Team, and negotiating a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) as required for the particular project. The PM oversees the analysis of project alternatives and assists the PE in identifying utility conflicts, property needs, and environmental and geotechnical issues. The PM also oversees development of the Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) Program that will be used for the project, the Class “C” cost estimate, and the pre-design report. During design, the PM is responsible for requesting preparation of plans from the Bureau of Street Lighting, Department of Transportation, and others as required. The PM also ensures proper completion of the QA/QC program adopted for the project. The PM is responsible for all cost estimates conducted for the project. The PM must also obtain approval to advertise the project for bid. Project Engineer (PE): The Project Engineer is responsible for all technical aspects of the project including the analysis of project alternatives, preparation of the pre-design report, and actual management of the selected QA/QC program. The PE may provide assistance to the PM in preparation of cost estimates for the project. Procedure 1.3 –Project Delivery Flowchart Page 1
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Bureau of Engineering Project Delivery Manual ATTACHMENTS / LINKS 1.3-1 Project Delivery Process Flowchart 1.3-2 Project Manager / Project Engineer Checklist PROCEDURE The Bureau of Engineering has created a Project Manager / Project Engineer Checklist (Attachment 1.3-2) as a reference tool to assist Project Managers by
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