Construction Management (CM) form of project delivery takes a team approach to the construction process. The concept joins the Owner, Consultant and Contractor in a team whose objective is to deliver the project with emphasis on time, budget and constructability. The CCDC developed three CM contract forms:
Eric Lee, Executive Secretary of CCDC, will explain to you the key provisions and philosophy behind these contract forms, e.g. the schedule of services that are considered necessary for CM projects, important considerations if a Construction Manager is required to perform part or all of the construction work, construction estimates, administration of trade contracts, insurance requirements etc. You will better understand the risks and rewards of Construction Management.
Includes Valuable References: You will receive a hardcopy of CCDC 5A/5B/17 and the accompanying guides CCDC 45/47/47.
Eric Lee, the Secretary of the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) and Vice-President, Industry Practices of the Canadian Construction Association.
This session is ideal for:
Owners, executives and managers from construction buyers, architects, engineers, contractors, and allied professionals (lawyers, insurance/surety advisors) in the construction industry.