Con 101 Exam 2
Terms in this set (37)
What are the Drawings and Project Manual?
What are vertical "cuts" through a building?
What are: Bidding Documents, Agreement, General Conditions, Supplementary Conditions, Technical Specifications
What is arranged using the CSI MasterFormat?
Technical Specifications (Know Standard Divisions).
What does CSI stand for?
What is the section that provides fundamental definitions for the contract, the work, and the drawings and specifications?
Who determines which type of contact will be used on a project?
What is a written request from the owner to change the scope of the project?
What contract balances risk between the owner and the contractor?
GMP (garunteed max price)
Who bears the burden of a cost over-run in a Lump Sum Contract?
How does an owner generally pay for construction?
series of monthly payments given the application
What are final drawings used for the construction.
working drawings or contract documents
What are the steps in the design process?
(1) Programming and Feasibility, (2) Schematic, (3) Design Development (4) Contract Documents
What is the step in the design phase when the financial feasibility of the project is first evaluated?
Programming and Feasibility
What is the process in which the architect sends the documents to the building department to determine if the plans follow code?
Who is responsible for ensuring that the design meets all building codes?
What is one of the most underutilized resources available to the design team?
Construction field personnel who actually install the building systems•Or users of the project/building
What is the process of identifying the best solution relative to cost?
What is the process of identifying problems or areas of concern that exist with a project so that information can be factored into the decision-making process during the pre-construction phase?
Which team member is tasked with assisting the PM and Super Intendent with managing the details of the contract?
Which team member moves back and forth between the jobsite and the office?
Which team member is the daily point of contact for the owner?
What agreement is used to purchase labor and possibly materials?
What are materials, labor, equipment and subcontract costs?
What is the agreement between a vendor and a customer for the provision of certain products that meet a particular specification for a specified price?
What is a contractor that self-preforms very little work?
What is construction work that is preformed with the general contractor's own crews called?
What are the three components of the Construction Stage?
(1) Mobilization, (2) Staging and Layout Plans (3) Construction Operations
What is the process of getting the project ready to start construction called?
When are subcontractors and vendors provided information about the schedule?
What will fundamentally impact how well construction proceeds?
Job Site Layout
The process of actually putting materials into place.
The final step in the construction process?
List of items that need to be completed or repaired.
Who certifies final completion of the project?
What allows owner to move into building?
certificate of occupancy
What is the point at which all punch list work has been completed and the owner releases final payment less retainage to the contractor?
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