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Contracts, Organization, Risk

Contracts, Organization, Risk

  • Introduction
    This module briefly describes the natural competitiveness of traditional practices within the construction industry. It also illustrate risk allocation.
  • Instructional Objectives
    • Students must be able to list conflicts as seen by the Owner, the Designer, and the Builder
    • Students must be able to site the general risk allocation rule.
    • Students must be able to list the allocation of specific risks to the usual three parties.
    • Students should be able to list and/or describe the three basic forms of ownership.
    • Students should be able to sketch and annotate the basic forms of project organization.
    • Students should be able to list, briefly describe, and state the advantages and disadvantages of each of the various types of construction and consulting contracts.
  • Student Materials
    Complex Process: PPT
  • / PDF
    Forms of Organization: PPT/ PDF
    Types of Contracts: PPT/ PDF
  • Instructor guide
  • Reading Assessment
  • Assignment
  • Case Study


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