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CCDC 10 – 2018 A Guide to Construction Project Delivery Methods

What is the document?
The choice of a delivery method is a crucial and strategic decision that should consider the needs of the owner, their organizational resources, and the needs of the project.

CCDC 10 identifies the issues that should be considered when selecting a project delivery method. It examines the characteristics and critical conditions for the following common project delivery methods:

  • Design – bid – build
  • Design – build
  • Construction management for services
  • Construction management for services and construction
  • Integrated project delivery

CCDC 10 also includes a chart showing how different project delivery methods can affect the following common project issues if all critical conditions are met:

  • Scope definition;
  • Performance requirements;
  • Schedule requirements;
  • Costs;
  • Allocation of human resources
  • and construction expertise;
  • Collaboration and communications

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CCDC 30 – 2018 Integrated Project Delivery Contract

What is the document?

CCDC 30 – Integrated Project Delivery Contract addresses issues specific to integrated project delivery (IPD) projects including scope allocation, payments, changes, conflict management, termination, insurance and contract security, and liability allocation.

The pricing structure is cost plus with a target price. The profits of the design/construction team are identified and allocated to a risk pool that remains at risk subject to the achievement of mutually agreed project objectives.

CCDC 30 also outlines the project management structure of an IPD project including the senior management team, project management team and project implementation teams.

The roles and responsibilities of the parties are clearly defined in all phases of the IPD process:

  • Validation phase;
  • Design/procurement phase;
  • Construction phase; and
  • Warranty phase.

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Master Specification for Division 00 – 2018: Procurement and Contracting Requirements

What is the document?

CCDC Division 00 provides a series of editable procurement and contracting templates.

Spec notes are provided to explain the intended use of each section, assist the editing process, and indicate when coordination is required. Microsoft Word format is available to provide maximum editing flexibility.

CCDC Division 00 is organized according to Master Format section numbers and names:

  • 00 11 13 Advertisement for Bids
  • 00 11 16 Letter of Invitation to Bid
  • 00 21 13 Instructions to Bidders
  • 00 31 00 Available Project Information
  • 00 41 13 Bid Form – Stipulated Price
  • 00 41 33 Bid Form – Cost Plus Fee
  • 00 41 43 Bid Form – Unit Price
  • 00 41 45 Bid Form – Combined Stipulated and Unit Price
  • 00 43 23 Bid Form Supplement – Alternative Prices
  • 00 51 00 Notice of Award 00 51 13 Letter to Unsuccessful Bidders

Users of the CCDC Master Specification for Division 00 are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with CCDC 23 as a companion document.
 
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CCDC 9A – 2018 Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Contractor

What is the document?

CCDC 9A – 2018 Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Contractor is a sworn statement for use by the Contractor as a condition of receiving payment for either the second and subsequent applications for progress payment or the release of holdback funds.

For additional information on the Statutory Declarations please see Bulletin #21

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CCDC 9B – 2018 Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Subcontractor

What is the document?

CCDC 9B – 2018 Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Subcontractor is a sworn statement for use by the Subcontractor as a condition of receiving payment for either the second and subsequent applications for progress payment or the release of holdback funds.

For additional information on the new Statutory Declarations please see Bulletin #21

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CCDC 222 – 2002 Labour and Material Payment Bond

CCDC 222 – 2002 Labour and Material Payment Bond
Standard surety labour and material payment bond form guaranteeing that the Contractor will satisfy all labour and material payment obligations incurred in performing the contract.

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CCDC 221 – 2002 Performance Bond

CCDC 221 – 2002 Performance Bond
Standard surety performance bond form guaranteeing performance of the contract by the Contractor.

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CCDC 220 – 2002 Bid Bond

CCDC 220 – 2002 Bid Bond
Standard surety bid bond form guaranteeing the bidder’s intention to enter into a formal contract and to provide the specified contract security if the bid is accepted.

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CCDC 2MA – 2016 Master Agreement between Owner and Contractor

What is the document?

CCDC 2MA – 2016 Master Agreement is developed to meet the needs of Owners with an on-going construction or maintenance program: to enter into specific work arrangements quickly and easily, without having to review and re-negotiate general terms and conditions for each work order.

The Master Agreement is a contract form between Owner and Contractor that is applicable for a defined period of time and is intended to establish contractual terms and conditions (excluding scope, time and cost) for multiple projects during that time period.  Each project will be ordered by means of Work Authorizations, that define the project specific requirements like scope, price, time.

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