Posted on January 10, 2017 by J. Norman Stark
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CCDC 2MA – 2016 Master Agreement is developed to meet the needs of Owners with an on-going construction or maintenance program: to enter into specific work arrangements quickly and easily, without having to review and re-negotiate general terms and conditions for each work order.
The Master Agreement is a contract form between Owner and Contractor that is applicable for a defined period of time and is intended to establish contractual terms and conditions (excluding scope, time and cost) for multiple projects during that time period. Each project will be ordered by means of Work Authorizations, that define the project specific requirements like scope, price, time.
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CCDC 3 – 2016 is a standard prime contract between Owner and prime Contractor to perform the required work on an actual-cost basis, plus a percentage or fixed fee which is applied to actual costs.
CCDC 11 – 2016 Contractor’s Qualification Statement is a standard form for obtaining information on capacity, skill and experience of Contractors bidding on building construction projects.
CCDC 29 is developed for Procurement Authority (e.g. Owners, Consultants, Construction Managers, Design-Builders) to explain and recommend best practices through the entire pre-qualification process.
There will be discussions on how to determine whether pre-qualification is necessary and appropriate during the procurement planning, comparison of various types of pre-qualifications (unlimited, short-listing, source-list), best practices for Request for Qualifications (checklist, submissions, evaluation and interviews, notification and debriefing).
There will also be an explanation of the revised CCDC 11 ‘Contractor’s Qualification Statement’ and its correct use.
CCDC 44 - A guide document designed to assist users of CCDC 14 – 2013 and CCDC 15 – 2013