Best Practices Final Document: Scope master document which combines all of the CTPs.
This document is the assemblage of all the Chapter Topic Paper (CTP) documents with a writing component which synthesizes them into a whole. This document will be on format and organization, less on content, as that has been assessed in the collections of the (CTP) section BP documents.
The BP Final Document, the use of outlining, formatting different levels of headers, the citation features, and the use of the document map will aid in your assemblage of this document greatly, see CTP layout.
1- Provide periodic Chapter Topic Papers of its on content.
2- Synthesize all of the Section BPs into a BP Final Document which need to follow the grammar, format, source citation, and organization to create the BP Final Document.
This comprehensive paper which incorporates and synthesizes all of the previous papers-Best Practices Document (BPD) from sections of CTP.
THE DEFINITION OF ‘BEST PRACTICES’ will be as follows:
Procedures or tasks which enable stakeholders (and functional roles) to perform their duties and mitigate their risks.
This information (paper) reveals what you should or should not do when you actually are employed by an organization which delivers construction projects.
So now the following must be defined in order to make application of the law principles (topics and the relationship between all four):
BUSINESS PROCESSES //
FUNCTIONAL AREAS //
FUNCTIONAL ROLES //
of organizations involved in construction delivery.
· Identify construction management/contract administration best practices based upon construction law.
· Consideration of ethical issues involved in construction project delivery.
Finally, such a document could easily be transformed into a ‘Policy and Procedure’ manual as well as a document containing information for job descriptions.
Intended Audience: Estimators, Project Managers, and Planner/Schedulers.
Table of Contents: This is to be automatically generated by the word processor (MS Word). It is to be inserted 24pts below the Line 4 of the Title Block. In order
for the Table of Contents to automatically generate, you will have to utilize Heading Styles as in the BP Section Documents.
Executive Summary: The Executive Summary should have a Level-1 Heading named 'Summary' and consist of the following sections:
Intended Purpose: At least one paragraph describing the purpose of the document and its importance.
List of Best Practices: A numbered list, beginning with '1', consisting of the Best Practices from the Chapter Topic Papers (CTP).
Body of Content:
The Body of the document will consist of all the Best Practice Section Documents which you have completed in this course.
Appendix: You can use One or more appendix sections to incorporate your FIRACs or other pertinent materials into the document.
Citations: Any writing that is not your own, must be cited or quoted. Use American Psychological Association (APA) style for citations.
Bibliography: Any references used must be in this list, such as the textbook, the Excel Claims document, LexisNexis, or any of my slides or other material you have used to develop this document. Use APA style. *Note: MS Word 2007 has an integrated database for citations and references which it will automatically create for you in APA Style. References=>Citations & Bibliography.
|Due By (Pacific Time)||11/26/2014 12:00 pm|
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