Both the quality and economy of construction projects depend on the efficiency and skills of contractors and consultants. Following the proper procedures when preparing tendering documents and managing risk is a very important step for the evaluation and selection of consultants to achieve high quality and keep projects within budget. Also, design/build projects require a different method to ensure construction on time, within budget and according to specifications.
Prepare better-tendering documents to reflect stakeholders’ objectives, assess potential risks, and devise the tendering strategy to manage such risks
Pre-qualify bidders using qualifications suited to your project
Distinguish among types of bid calls and types of contracts
Make productive use of the bidding period while the contractor is putting together its bid
Use new methods of bidding being contemplated by the industry
Who Should Attend:
Buyers of Construction in Public Works Departments of Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments
Buyers of Construction in the Private Sector
Construction Managers Representing Owners
Engineers and Contractors Who Want to Understand the Process
Importance of Tendering during the Project Life Cycle
Contractual Risk Management
Selecting Contracting Strategies and Procurement Methods, and the Impact of Disputes during the Project
Project Management Delivery System
Project Organization – The Role of the Parties – Responsibility Matrix
Design Management Process
Preparing Tendering Documents
General Aspects of Tendering, Bidding, and Award
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