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Bridging Method Phases 5 & 6

CONCLUDING WITH THE 5TH AND 6TH PHASES OF CARRYING OUT A PROJECT BY THE BRIDGING METHOD. Phase 5. At this point the Owner has the right to terminate the contract without cause by payment of the amount due to the contractor for completion of the CD’s. If the Owner chooses to proceed, the Contractor authorizes […]

Bridging Method Phase 4

Phase 4. During the preparation of the Construction Documents (“CD”) phase the Contractor’s AE completes all detailed engineering design and specifications. Any remaining details of the architectural and site development design are completed in accordance with all applicable codes and fully coordinated these documents. The ODC reviews these documents for full and complete compliance with […]

Bridging Method Phase 3

PHASE 3 : THE RECEIPT OF BIDS FOR OR NEGOTIATION OF THE DESIGN-BUILD FORM OF CONTRACT Phase 3. With the BCDs as the “bidding” documents (see Article 4), the Owner can obtain competitive bids or negotiate with a single selected Contractor for a design-build form of construction contract. This contract price is fully enforceable, with […]

Bridging Method Phase 2

PHASE 2 OF CARRYING OUT A PROJECT BY THE BRIDGING METHOD IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT AND SETS THE METHOD APART FROM OTHER METHODS Phase 2. Design work and specifying done in this phase are referred to as the preparation of the Bridging Contract Documents (BCDs) and involve the ODC developing all important and critical aspects of […]

Bridging Method Phase 1

FIRST DESIGN PHASE IN THE BRIDGING METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DELIVERY Phase 1. The design work and documents prepared in this phase are the same in every respect in both the traditional Design-Bid-Build and the Bridging methods. Prior to this phase, in both methods, the Owner will have selected the design architect, whether an individual, […]