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  1. University of Calgary Continuing Education Construction Contract Law and Documents Week 13 Contract Types Forms of Contract

  2. Types of Contractual Relations • Design-Bid-Build • Stipulated Price • Cost Plus • Construction Management (CCDC5A) • Construction Management at Risk (5B) • Design-Build • EPC/EPCM • Integrated Project Development

  3. Standard CCDC/CCA Contracts • CCDC 2 Stipulated Price Contract • CCDC 3 Cost Plus Contract • CCDC 4 Unit Price Contract • CCDC 5A – Construction Management – for services • CCDC 5B – Construction Management – for services and construction

  4. Standard CCDC/CCA Contracts • CCDC 14 Design-Build Stipulated Price Contract • CCDC 15 Design Services Contract between Design-Builder and Consultant • CCDC 17 Stipulated Price Contract for Trade Contractors on Construction Management Project • Civil Works Project

  5. Standard CCA Contract • CCA-1 Stipulated Price Subcontract • CCA-19 Stipulated Price Sub-Subcontract

  6. Project Documentation • Project budget • Your cost – not revenue • Enumerate all resource profiles • Show all anticipated cost changes (ie: prices)

  7. Project Documentation • Project schedule • Detailed so that changes in order of work can be identified • Show resources on critical activities • Show owner supplied deliveries or work • Allowance for approvals shown explicitely

  8. Project Documentation • Updating Project Plan • Critical to ensure credibility (we do this normally – not just to show the error of the other party) • Must reflect true activity – don’t try to hide your own dirty laundry • Should be accurate record of the plan revisions necessitated by changing conditions

  9. Project Documentation • Correspondence • Must be formal and organized • All formal documentation, initially, should be to the notice address • Subsequent, project kickoff meetings would define operational changes to flow of documents – must be confirmed in writing to notice address • Separate files for each claim – suggested

  10. Project Documentation • Review Contract • Note all notice requirements • Note notice address • No matter what, unless you have a formal instruction, always send Notices to Notice Address • Pay particular attention to notices regarding delays, unexpected work, changes to the work – these are the prime source of claims for extras.

  11. Project Documentation • Routine • Each level of management should review reports from level below • Each level of management should prepare material for level above • Concept of overlapping and complementary information

  12. Project Documentation • Examples • Superintendent daily diary (independent corroboration of all site activity – personnel changes, tardiness, everything) • Weekly site report by superintendent • Perhaps prepared by site engineer by endorsed by site supervisor • Reviewed by Project Manager • Monthly report by project manager • Reviewed by company management.