UAP Doc 301
Architecture review for the subject of Professional Practice
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The person or entity ordering the project for execution, including duly appointed successors, or authorized representatives
refers to the Architect commissioned by the Owner action personally or through assistants duly authorized in writing by the Architect to act on his behalf
The person so named n the Contract Documents or his representative duly authorized in writing to act for the engineer.
The Full-time Construction Inspector hired by the Owner duly authorized in writing to assist the Architect and the Engineer in the supervision of the work
The person or firm whose proposal has been accepted and to whom the Contract was awarded.
Anyone having a direct Contact with the Contractor who acts for or in behalf of the Contractor in executing any art of the Contract, not including one who merely furnishes materials without labor.
is the person, firm or corporation who provides the guarantee for the Contractor's Bonds.
The offer of a Bidder to perform the work described by the Contract Documents when made out and submitted on the prescribed Proposal Form, properly signed and guaranteed.
the cashier's check or surety bond accompanying the proposal submitted by the bidder, as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the owner for the construction of the work, if the contract is awarded to him.
is the approved form of security furnished by the Contractor and his Surety as a guarantee of good faith on the part of the contractor to execute the work in accordance with the terms of the contract.
is the approved form of security furnished by the contractor and his surety as a guarantee of good faith on the part of the Contractor to pay all obligations arising from the contract.
is the approved form of security furnished by the contractor and is surety as a guarantee to the quality of materials and equipment installed and the workmanship performed by the Contractor.
is the contract between the owner and the contractor undertaking the project described in the Contract Documents including all supplemental agreements thereto and all general and special provisions pertaining to the work or materials therefore.
ADVERTISEMENT or INVITATION TO BID
The notice published by the owner or the invitations issue to perspective bidders, giving information to the nature of the proposed project, conditions for the issuance of the contract documents date of bidding, and estimated cost or information that would give the contractor a general idea of the magnitude and extent of the project.
is additional information on contract documents issued to bidders before date of bidding.
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
The list of instructions stipulating the manner on how bids are to be prepared and conditions for the award of contract.
are graphical presentations of the work involved in the project. They include all supplementary details and shop drawings.
as printed documents stipulating the procedural and the administrative aspects of the contract
are instructions which may be issued prior to the bidding to supplement and/or modify the drawings, specifications, and/or General Conditions of the contract.
are written or printed description of work to e done describing qualities of material and mode of construction.
are additional information which may be issued as an addition or amendment to the provisions of the specifications
SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS ND FINISHES
is an outline specification enumerating the type or trade names of materials be used.
BREAKDOWN OF WORK AND CORRESPONDING VALUE
is a listing of the different parts of the work indicating in each part of the corresponding value in materials and labor, including an allowance for profit and overhead.
it means information, advice a notification pertinent to the project delivered in person or sent by registered mail to the individual, firm or corporation at the last known business address of such individual, firm or corporation.
ACT OF GOD OR FORCE MAJEURE
includes an earthquake, flood, typhoon, cyclone & other cataclysmic phenomenon of nature and all misfortunes and accidents which human prudence could not foresee or prevent, rain, wind, flood or other natural phenomenon of inconsequential degree for the locality shall not be construed as an act of God or Force Majeure and no reparation shall be made to the Contractor for the damages to the work resulting therefore.
is the duration of time allowed by the contract for the completion of the project in any stipulated portions thereof.
applies to all laws, ordinances and other governmental regulations applicable to the project and its undertaking.
includes labor or materials or both as well as equipment, transportation, or other facilities necessary to commence and complete the construction called for in the Contract.
shall be understood to mean "Purchase and/or fabricate and deliver to the jobsite or other location when so designated."
shall mean to build in, mount positions, connect or apply any object specified ready for the intended use.
shall be understood to mean "furnish and install"
APPROVED, DIRECTED AND ACCEPTABLE
words of like import shall mean approved, directed by or acceptable to the architect unless otherwise stipulated in the Contract.
Contractor shall prepare at his own expense and submit ____ copies of all shop drawings to the architect, who will make the necessary corrections, and file the corrected copies.
The Owner shall furnish the contractor free of charge _____ sets of drawings and specifications. All other copies of Drawings and Specifications as required by the contractor will be furnished to him at cost of reproduction.
who shall lay out the lines and grades of the work as per conditions set forth under Article 7.03 (Construction Stakes and Reference Mark) of the General Conditions.
Any claim for adjustment involving questions of fact must be asserted _____ days from the date of charge is ordered unless the Architect shall for proper cause extend such time.
Adjustment of drawings to suit field conditions may be necessary during construction. The contract recognizes the essence of this as long as resulting overruns and underruns do not exceed _____ % Discrepancies shall be submitted immediately to the architect before adjustments.
The contractor shall execute at his own expense all work necessary for making good of known defects within the period of ____ days after the issuance of the certificate of completion
Within ____ days from the date of approval of a request for payment and issuance of certificate of payment, the owner shall pay the amount as certified, or such other amount he deems is due the contractor informing both the contractor and architect in writing his reasons for paying the amended amount.
No payments shall be made in excess of _____ % of the contract price unless a notarized statement is submitted by the contractor to the effect that all bills for labor, other than current wages, and bills for materials have been paid
Guarantee bond equivalent to 30% of the contract price covering a period of _______ year after the final acceptance of the work.
The amount retained by the owner shall be released ______ months after the date of the final payment.
The contractor may suspend or terminate work if Order of court or public authority caused the work to stop or suspension for ______ days through no act of the contractor and employees.
The contractor shall furnish a performance bond of equal to ____% of the contract amount and _____ %payment bond covering payments and obligations arising from the contract, as form of sureties for the owner and will remain in effect until replaced by the guarantee bond.
The contractor hereby agrees to make repairs to correct defective work within a period of ____days after written notice at his own expense within the agreed period of warranty.
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