Project #40994 - Chapter 10 DIFFERING SITE CONDITIONS and Chapter 11 SCHEDULES, DELAYS, AND ACCELERATION

 

CTP is based on Chapter 10 DIFFERING SITE CONDITIONS and on Chapter 11 SCHEDULES, DELAYS, AND ACCELERATION

 

 Textbook : Common Sense Construction Law: A Practical Guide for the Construction Professional, 4th Ed

 

Chapter Topic Paper Requirements/Specifications

Use complete sentences for everything you write except for Headings and Lists.

 

 Use proper grammar for everything you write in these documents.

 

Never use 1st Person Narrative--always third person narrative (look it up).

 

Heading-1 First Level Headers>Font: Arial, Bold, 11 pt, Left Justified, Numbered

 

Heading-2 Second Level Headers>Font Arial, Bold, Italicized, 11 pt, Left Justified, Numbered

 

Numbering system uses decimals (see Example Document):

 

1.

 

1.1

 

1.1.1

 

Body Text or Normal, non-heading text: Arial, 10 pt, no spacing between lines

 

Margins: Top, Bottom, Left, Right 0.5 inches

 

 Layout: Portrait

 

Size: Letter

 

Setup

 

1. Definition of Chapter Topic(s)and Chapter:

 

This is where you will define, in your own words as much as possible, why the textbook chapter topic is relevant to construction project delivery.

 

• Include Chapter Name and Title in Level-1 Header.

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Header.

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

2. Principles Applicable to Construction Project Delivery

 

Based upon your reading, identify principles which should be observed in the delivery of construction projects.

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Header.

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

3. Duties of Stakeholders Associated with Topic

 

Document/Explain how the topic(s) imposes duties upon construction project stakeholders:

 

Use Level-2 Headings for the stakeholder titles and number as shown below (the numbers shown do not have to correspond with a specific stakeholder name)

 

3.1. Owner

 

3.2. Designer

 

3.3. CM

 

3.4. Builder

 

3.5. Subcontractor

 

3.6. Supplier/Vendor

 

If there are no duties associated with a stakeholder simply write 'N/A'

 

• One line space after Level-1 Heading.

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Level-2 Heading

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

4. Risk(s) of Stakeholders Associated with Topic

 

Document/explain what risk(s) the topic(s) expose the contract stakeholders to:

 

• Use Level-2 Headings for the stakeholder titles and number as shown below (the numbers shown do not have to correspond with a specific stakeholder name)

 

4.1. Owner

 

4.2. Designer

 

4.3. CM

 

4.4. Builder

 

4.5. Subcontractor

 

4.6. Supplier/Vendor

 

If there are no risks associated with a stakeholder simply write 'N/A'

 

• One line space after Level-1 Heading.

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Level-2 Heading

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

5. Functional Areas affected by Topic

 

Based upon the reading, list which functional areas are affected by the topic?

 

Business Management

 

Design

 

Accounting

 

Project Management

 

Equipment Management

 

Estimating

 

Construction

 

Engineering

 

• A list only, unnumbered. Only include the name of the Functional Area if it is affected.

 

•ï€ No line spaces (0pts) after Level-1 Heading

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

6. Functional Roles affected by Topic

 

List which functional roles are affected by the topic(s)?

 

Business Manager

 

Estimator

 

Project Manager/Controller

 

Planner/Scheduler

 

Superintendent

 

• A list only, unnumbered. Only include the name of the Functional Role if it is affected.

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Level-1 Heading

 

•One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

7. Best Practice(s) Associated with Topic

 

List and explain the tasks and procedures which should be performed according to #2 and #3. Based upon the principles you have defined, what specific tasks should be performed to deliver construction and mitigate risk(s)? I found it useful to use the principles which I defined in Section 1.1 for generating the best practices.

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Level-1 Heading

 

• Number the Best Practice statements, but do not make them headers-use normal text.

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

8. Barriers to Implementation of Best Practice(s)

 

What could keep the identified best practices from being performed or practiced? Time, lack of resources, cost, etc.?

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Level-1 Heading

 

• Number the Barriers statements, but do not make them headers-use normal text.

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

9. Enabling Factors to the Implementation of Best Practice(s)

 

What is required to allow the best practice to be performed? Tools, training, corporate culture, education, awareness, etc?

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Level-1 Heading

 

• Number the Enabling statements, but do not make them headers-use normal text.

 

• One space after last line of normal (body) text.

 

10. Ethical Issues or Concerns

 

Are there any ethical considerations which should be identified in the performance of the best practices?

 

• No line spaces (0pts) after Level-1 Heading

 

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