Building Construction: Principles, Materials, & Systems (2nd by Medan Mehta, Walter Scarborough, Diane Armpriest

By Medan Mehta, Walter Scarborough, Diane Armpriest

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Design-bid-build method. b. design-build method. c. CM method. d. CMAR method. e. IPD method. 36. BIM is the most recently developed project delivery method. a. True b. False PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS AT A GLANCE Project Delivery Method Description Design-Bid-Build (DBB) Delivery (Competitive Sealed Bids) The oldest and most familiar project delivery method. Construction work is awarded to the general contractor (GC) with the lowest bid through open aggressive bidding. There is no design-phase assistance from the GC, and hence a lack of coordination between the design and construction processes.

B. Division 06. c. Division 07. d. Division 08. e. none of the above. 18. In the traditional competitive bidding method, the owner has separate contracts with the general contractor and the subcontractors. a. True b. False 19. Who is responsible for ensuring the safety of workers on the construction site of a typical building project? a. The architect b. The structural engineer c. The general contractor d. The owner e. All of the above collectively 20. In the traditional competitive bidding method for a building, there is generally a.

C. general contractor. d. all of the above. 27. In the traditional project delivery (design-bid-build) method, who is typically responsible for obtaining the certificate of occupancy from the local jurisdiction? a. The architect b. The structural engineer c. The general contractor d. The owner 28. The certificate of occupancy predates substantial completion inspection of the project. a. True b. False 29. The final completion inspection of the project is generally conducted by the a. architect. b.

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