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CPM

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Pedro Castejon Perez

on 15 November 2013

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To decrease the amount of bids during the tender phase the client has chosen public tender with pre-qualification. The following requested information has to be given by the companies that want to hand in an offer.

The tenderer has to give the following information:

General criteria
Competences
-Stakeholder Analysis (Internal and External
)
Internal:
-Client
-Project Manager
-Architect
-Civil Engineers
-Energy Engineer
-Structural Engineer
External:
-Authority (to give permission)
-Police
-Fire brigade
-Health/Safety
-Building
-Suppliers
-Neighbors
Client:
-Most interested because he will probably use it or sell it in the end
-Most power powerful because he invests money so he has the power to change whatever he doesn’t want.

Project Manager:
-Has the power to choose or suggest engineers and architects(He is the main connection between Architect, Engineer, etc. and the Client)

Architect:
-Has the interest to build up a nice reference for himself.
-Has the power to create the main concept of the final design including sustainability topics etc.
-Have the power to choose suppliers and construction companies.
-Has the interest to build up a nice user environment.

Civil Engineers:
-Have the power to influence the Architects design for structural, service, etc. reasons.
-Have the power to choose suppliers, construction companies for the technical equipment .
-Have the interest to build a safe, economical, environmental friendly.
Risk management
Risk assessment in the design face
Risk tables
Solving the risks
The main activities through the design phases
Contract
Client
Project Manager
Architect
Building companies
Engineers
Responsabilities and decision of internal stakeholders
Suppliers
Advertising the tender
37 days to apply
for prequalification
End of applying
for prequalification
7 th June
14 th July
47 days for choosing the tender


- basic building layout
- special requirements
- budget → quality
- time
- location

30 th August
End of tender phase
Star of stand by phase
Letter of correction
Bid
Negotiation
Letter of acceptance

- finds architect and engineers
- discusses possibilities with both
- creates main time plan (with A&E)
- cares about licenses
- deals with neighbor issues

112-168 days stand-by

- building plan
- side plan
- time plan
- design
- material, quality
- building supervision

2 nd December (112 days)
Brief

1.Incompetent PM
2.Incompetent Engineers
3.Incompetent Architectures

- statics
- energy
- service (electric, heating, cooling, water)
- time plan
- material, quality
- building supervision

Outline

4.Incomplete or inaccurate cost estimate
5.Incomplete or inaccurate calculation
6.Tight project schedule
7.Design variation
14 th February (168 days)
Scheme design proposal

8.Variation by the client
9.Lack of coordination between Project participants
10.Bureaucracy of government
Design detail 1

11.Incomplete or inaccurate calculation
Design detail 2

12.Inadequate or insufficient site information
13.Approval procedures with administration
End of stand still (by post)
End of stand still (by email)

- organization supported by Arc and Eng

End of stand by phase
Start of stand still phase
Sign contract
End of stand by phase
Start of stand still phase
Sign contract
4 th January
30 th December
End of stand still (by post)
1 st March

Basically project meetings should be held every 2 weeks during the design phase and every week during the building phase, depending on the time plan. By this the architect, engineer and project manager can react quickly during the building phase (i.e. if they are on time or not) and exchange necessary information during the design phase. Despite of that the client can get an impression of the project state.



Client has a contract with Project Manager, different main building companies, architect and engineer.

Client pays engineers and architects.

No contract between architect and engineers.

The Building companies have a contract with the client and the suppliers have a contract with building companies.

Contractual matters:
Assignment 1
-experienced project team

-proper price estimation

-same language skills

-Check reviews of team members

-experiences with local authorities
-Eng/ Arc: Choose list prizes from manufacturers and not the cheapest product
-Client/ PM: Never try new things if they could fail
-PM: Plan some extra time for each important step or key point
-PM: Plan extra time and or money depending on the country for long administration/ political problems

Risk management influences
Department of water Management and Transport - Office Building
Budget
white collar workers
Legal Tender Timeline
End of stand still (by email)
24 th February
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
In this table we have seven different possibilities depending on the weight of each criterion:
Then we have four different bidders with their own bid which have been punctuated (0-10) in all the criteria.
Pedro Castejón Pérez
Iris Gil Ojeda
Carlo Winterscheid

After that multiplying the punctuation of each bid by the weight of each criterion, you get the final result for the different possibilities
Construction Project Management
Assignment 4
Assignment 5
Assignment 6
'Finally making the average of the punctuation of each bid, you will get the best one, in our case the option D'
Part A:

The client has chosen a public tender with pre-qualification, so we need to introduce some relevant selection criteria and decide the weight of each criterion.
Part B:

Once you have selected the bidders, you have to desgn awarding criteria.
-And each criteria weight.
-And a table showing how you are to calculate the winter.
-Thank you for your attention-
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