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Construction Management - The Procurement method of the Future?

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Transcript of Construction Management - The Procurement method of the Future?

Introduction
Construction Management
Methodology
1. Introduction
2. Project Delivery Methods
3. Construction Management Method
4. Methodology
5. Future use of the CM approach
6. Conclusion

Project Delivery Methods
Construction Management (CM) -
The Procurement method of the Future?


Presented By: Maria B. Pinto
Overview
Types of Contracts allow projects to run: Smooth, Feasible, Efficient
"The role of procurement methods are both organizing the works and allocating risks to different stakeholders" (Udom, 2012)
Assessment of Project Level Risk Categories
(Banaitiene, et al, 2012)
Design-Build:

Pro
One entity responsibility
Consolidated risks (Owner/Contr.)
Flexible early planning
Early confirmation price
Time compression

Con
Complex planning
No direct control from owner
higher risk for contract=higher $

Unit Price:

Pro
Complete drawings not needed
Easy to select contr.
Early project start date
Low owner risk

Con
Unknown final cost
Contractor needs specs.
Unbalanced bids may occur
Stipulated Price:

Pro
supports owner's goal at competitive price
Final price known
Drawings are finalized
Owner has large amount of control

Con
Owner has most risk
Ability to make changes= change in price and/or time
Longer start date
Cost-Plus:

Pro
Early start date
Flexible scope of work
Maintained budget and
schedule
GMP method available

Con
High risk for owner
price fluctuations if GMP not used
Scale of Contractual Risk Distribution
(Nichols, 2013)
CM- 5A:

Pro
early start date
Budget control
Schedule control

Con
Many parties involved
higher owner risk
construction cost not known
CM- 5B:

Pro
CM expertise
Budget control
Schedule control
GMP availability
Suitable for large projects
low owner risk

Con
price is unknown
upfront cost may be high
limited law precedent
The Construction Management approach will be the future's most common and beneficial procurement method for all parties involved.
Mr. John ****
Senior Project Manager - **** Construction Company
Mr. Andrew ***
Senior Architect - ****
Mr. Joe *****
Project Manager - ***** Construction
Mr. Gavin *****
Senior Partner - **** LLP
Mr. Sal *****
Senior Project Manager - ***** Inc.
The Future's Procurement Method?
Ranking
Three key terms for a successful project.
Future use of the CM approach
"Watching these changes, many public-sector owner construction managers are struggling with their changing roles and struggling to obtain the skills required to coordinate the efforts of the designer and the contractor or design-builder to meet the expectations of partners or customers" (Smith, 2014)
Conclusion
Thank you!
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