305chap16 - Approval Process Contractor is required to make...

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Material Management Chapter 16
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Materials Ordered from a supplier - Order - Approval process - Fabrication and delivery - Installation
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Figure 16.2 (p. 276) Material life cycle.
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Purchase Order Purchase contract between contractor and supplier Can be simple or complex Special Instructions - Delivery Information FOB-Free on Board CIF-Cost, Insurance and Freight COD-Cash on Delivery
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Figure 16.3 (p. 277) Field purchase order (courtesy of Henry C. Beck Co.).
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Figure 16.4 (p. 278) Formal purchase order (courtesy of Henry C. Beck Co.).
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Figure 16.5 (p. 279) Procurement documents and title transfer sequence.
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Figure 16.6 (pp. 280-281) Typical bill of lading (courtesy of Augusta Meadow Steel Products, Inc.) (Continued on next slide.)
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Figure 16.6b (cont.)
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Figure 16.7 (p. 282) Typical invoice (courtesy of Bibb Steel & Supply Company).
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Unformatted text preview: Approval Process Contractor is required to make submitals to further amplify original design.-Shop drawings-Product data-Samples What is a shop drawing? Design done by architect or engineer may not be specific enough to be fabricated. Contractor prepares a detailed drawing that is approved by the designer. Most often seen with structural plans-connnections Exact details left to the contractors discrection Approval cycle Submitted by sub or supplier Reviewed by the prime contractor Reviewed by the designer Approval granted and submital returned to supplier or sub. Timing of submitals Must include lead time If notproject may be delayed awaiting approvals...
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