Introduction to building procurement by Brian Greenhalgh

By Brian Greenhalgh

Creation to construction Procurement familiarises the reader with the foundations and techniques of the procurement of structures, beginning on the most simple point. beginning with introductory chapters that specify the constitution of the development undefined, the character of consumers, and the old improvement of the procurement equipment in use this day, the ebook is going directly to tackle middle procurement initiatives. it's the excellent introductory textbook for execs and undergraduates learning volume surveying, development undertaking administration and building advertisement administration. learn more... e-book disguise; name; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Foreword; 1 creation and nature of the development undefined; 2 consumers of the development undefined; three historic improvement of establishing procurement platforms; four Roles performed in a development undertaking; five Tendering and money; 6 Separated procurement platforms; 7 Project-specific procurement: Overlapping roles; eight Project-specific procurement: built-in roles; nine long term relationships: Partnering; 10 long term relationships: Framework agreements; eleven Public-sector tasks; 12 the choice of establishing procurement structures

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Complexity of design – is the building over-designed? design completion before construction – very rarely achieved and therefore a risk for the contractor methods of construction – tried and tested construction methods? health and safety implications – all risk assessments carried out on procedures? programme and duration – are they achievable? quality of resources – sufficient for the project? unforeseen ground conditions – is there a recent ground-condition survey? security – potential for loss owing to theft or damage.

The degree of contribution that the client is making to the actual project management of the facility. A detailed examination of these four characteristics reveals a number of key issues. Ownership structure Clients of the construction industry have traditionally been categorised as ‘public sector’ or ‘private sector’ as a reflection of the ownership or source of funding of the organisation. However, this is not sufficient in the modern world of small government, quangos and the private finance initiative (PFI).

Turnkey 32 • • • Clients of the construction industry quality of estimating and tendering data unrealistic client business plan for the project financial stability of the contractor and other members of the supply chain. g. planning). g. g. distance from road network and other services, rural versus urban) weather conditions (including time of year for proposed project) force majeure (these are defined as situations which neither party could have foreseen). g. ). Risks associated with the organisation of design and construction: • • • • • • • • • • • client organisation – which department of the client is responsible for project liaison?

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