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CCDC 24 – 2022 A Guide to Model Forms and Support Documents

What is the document?

CCDC 24 – 2022 is a guide document to assist users of CCDC 2 – 2020 in meeting the administrative requirements outlined in that standard contract form.

For each model form the guide contains a brief explanation of each of the administrative processes involved, a short narrative description to guide users of the form, a list of items which should be included in the form, and an example of a model form.

* Available in electronic and hard copy format.

 

Master Specification for Division 01 – 2020 General Requirements

CCDC Division 01 provides a series of editable specification templates covering the project specific requirements. This document was developed based on the CCDC 2 ‘Stipulated Price Contract’, but with proper editing it can easily be used with other contracts .

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 01 is organized according to Master Format section numbers and names:

01 11 00 Summary of Work

01 11 20 Contract Assignment

01 11 22 Assignable Contracts

01 14 00 Work Restrictions

01 21 00 Allowances

01 25 00 Substitution Procedures

01 26 00 Contract Modification Procedures

01 29 00 Payment Procedures

01 31 19 Project Meetings

01 32 00 Construction Progress Documentation

01 33 00 Submittal Procedures

01 35 00 Special Procedures

01 40 00 Quality Requirements

01 51 00 Temporary Utilities

01 52 00 Construction Facilities

01 56 00 Temporary Barriers and Enclosures

01 57 00 Temporary Controls

01 61 00 Common Product Requirements

01 71 00 Examination and Preparation

01 73 00 Execution

01 73 29 Cutting and Patching

01 74 00 Cleaning and Waste Management

01 78 00 Closeout Submittals

01 79 00 Demonstration and Training

01 91 13 General Commissioning Requirements

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

* Available in electronic and hard copy format.

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.

* Available in electronic format only.

CCDC 29 – 2016 Guide to Pre-Qualification

What is the document?

CCDC 29 is developed for Procurement Authority (e.g. Owners, Consultants, Construction Managers, Design-Builders) to explain and recommend best practices through the entire pre-qualification process.

There will be discussions on how to determine whether pre-qualification is necessary and appropriate during the procurement planning,  comparison of various types of pre-qualifications (unlimited, short-listing, source-list), best practices for Request for Qualifications (checklist, submissions, evaluation and interviews, notification and debriefing).

There will also be an explanation of the revised CCDC 11 ‘Contractor’s Qualification Statement’ and its correct use.

* Available in electronic and hard copy format.