CCDC 3 – 2016 is a standard prime contract between Owner
and prime Contractor to perform the required work on an actual-cost basis, plus
a percentage or fixed fee which is applied to actual costs.
CCDC 4 – 2011 Unit Price Contract is a standard prime contract between Owner
and prime Contractor to perform the required work for a pre-determined, fixed
amount for each specified unit of work performed. The total price is determined
by multiplying the unit price by the actual, measured quantity of work performed
for each specified unit.
Other webinars in this series include
January 24th 1-3 pm CCDC 5A & 5B
CCDC 5A – 2010 Construction Management Contract – for
Services is a standard contract between Owner and Construction Manager for which
the Work is to be performed by Trade Contractors. The Construction Manager acts
as a limited agent of the Owner providing advisory services and administering
and overseeing the contracts between the Owner and Trade Contractors.
CCDC 5B – 2010 Construction Management Contract – for
Services and Construction is a standard contract between Owner and Construction
Manager to provide advisory services during the pre-construction phase and
perform the required Work during the construction phase.
Join us as we discuss Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP), GMP
Plus Percentage Cost savings, and conversion into a Stipulated Price
February 3rd 1-3pm CCDC 14 & 15
CCDC 14 is a standard prime contract between the Owner and
the Design-Builder where the Design-Builder provides the Design Services and
performs the Work under one agreement, for a single, pre-determined stipulated
or fixed price. In addition to the common contract terms and conditions for
construction projects, CCDC 14 clearly defines the roles and responsibilities of
the contracting parties.
CCDC 15 is a standard contract between the Design-Builder
and Consultant to perform the Design Services required under a design-build
contract between the Owner and Design-Builder.
Based on an approach similar to standard client-consultant
contracts, CCDC 15 lists all the basic design services that are considered
necessary in a design-build contract. These design services are listed in a
Schedule, which allows flexibility for the Design-Builder and Consultant to
establish the scope of services and compensation method.
March 9th 1-3pm CCDC 17 & 18
CCDC 17 – 2010 Stipulated Price Contract for Trade
Contractors on Construction Management Projects is a standard contract form
between Owner and Trade Contractor to perform the Work for a single,
pre-determined fixed price, regardless of the Trade Contractor’s actual costs.
It is specifically for use where the project is performed under the CCDC 5A
Construction Management method of contracting.
CCDC 18 – 2001 Civil Works Contract is a standard prime
contract between Owner and Contractor for civil works construction, e.g. roads,
bridges, dams, underground utilities, etc.
April 7th 1-3pm CCDC 30 & 31
CCDC 30 – Integrated Project Delivery Contract addresses
issues specific to integrated project delivery (IPD) projects including scope
allocation, payments, changes, conflict management, termination, insurance and
contract security, and liability allocation. CCDC 30 also outlines the project
management structure of an IPD project including the senior management team,
project management team and project implementation teams.
CCDC 31 – Service Contract Between Owner and Consultant is
a standard service contract for use between Owner and consulting engineer.
Originally adapted from the ACEC 31 at the request of ACEC, the document was
updated in line with the existing CCDC principles and terminology, consistent
with the CCDC 2.
This contract allows for a variety of types of
remuneration, including the use of fixed fees, fees based on the value of the
Work, fees based on time-based rates, or any combination therein.
The CCDC 31 clearly outlines the scope of the Consultant’s
Professional Services with Schedule A, which allows users to select the specific
duties of the Consultant for the project. Also contained within the CCDC 31 are
provisions addressing the roles and responsibilities of both parties, insurance
requirements, dispute resolution, and more.
You can register for the series or for each session