Whether you are a Project Owner, Consultant, Business Development Manager, Project Manager or
Project Coordinator understanding the many different delivery options for a particular project is critical to
the project’s success.
The project’s needs and priorities, the Project Owner’s risk tolerance, the team members’ expertise as
well as budget and schedule, are some of the considerations to be taken into account when deciding the
appropriate delivery method. When the entire team understands their roles and responsibilities for the
delivery method selected, this understanding can work to build trust, honesty and respect between the
participants in the process.
Utilizing the CCDC 10, this Workshop will discuss the characteristics of various project delivery methods
· Construction Management for Services
· Construction Management for Services and Construction
· Integrated Project Delivery
· Methods Involving Land, Finance, Operation or Maintenance
The characteristics, risks, benefits and disadvantages behind each delivery method will be reviewed in
detail. Real understanding will be tested by assisting the “client” in determining an appropriate delivery
method. Through an interactive exercise, the participants will present a proposal to the “client” on why
their delivery method is the best!
Once a delivery method has been selected for the project, the entire project team (Project Owners,
Consultants, General Contractors and Subcontractors) should understand the unique contract clauses
and their inherent challenges.
In this Workshop, we will review the challenging clauses in the CCDC 2, CCDC 14 & 15, CCDC 5A, 5B,
& 17 and CCDC 30 that are differentiated by the delivery method. We will engage in a process to
understand those unique contract clauses to improve decision making, reduce risk of cost and schedule
overruns, reduce administration costs and minimize disagreements regarding contract interpretations.
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Substitution of attendees is permitted up to and including the day of the course.
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