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Construction Documents

Review Questions

1.

The procurement (bidding) requirements are

a. a part of the construction documents, but not the contract documents. b. a part of the project manual. c. a part of the construction documents but not the project manual. d. in the same part as the contract modifications.

1.

The bidding requirements are

a. a part of the construction documents, but not the contract documents. b. a part of the project manual. c. a part of the construction documents but not the project manual. d. in the same part as the contract modifications.

2.

Procurement (Bidding) documents are

a.

Legally enforceable requirements which become part of the signed contract. b. Include all of the construction documents except the bidding requirements. c. Defined as all the construction documents issued to bidders before the signing of an ownercontract agreement. d. Only the documents bound in a three ring notebook.

2.

Bidding documents are

a.

Legally enforceable requirements which become part of the signed contract. b. Include all of the construction documents except the bidding requirements. c. Defined as all the construction documents issued to bidders before the signing of an ownercontract agreement. d. Only the documents bound in a three ring notebook.

3.

EJCDC 1910-16 is a document which

a. Is also called A521 by the AIA. b. Is used to coordinate between construction documents. c. Suggests the primary location for specific information in the construction documents. d. All of the above

3.

EJCDC 1910-16 is a document which

a. Is also called A521 by the AIA. b. Is used to coordinate between construction documents. c. Suggests the primary location for specific information in the construction documents. d. All of the above

4. The Procurement (Bidding) Requirements include

a. The invitation to bid, bid forms, and the agreement. b. The instruction to bidders, the invitation to bid and the bid form. c. The information to bidders, the payment bond and the bid security forms. d. The bid security forms, the information to sub-contractors and the agreement.

4.

The Bidding Requirements include

a. The invitation to bid, bid forms, and the agreement. b. The instruction to bidders, the invitation to bid and the bid form. c. The information to bidders, the payment bond and the bid security forms. d. The bid security forms, the information to sub-contractors and the agreement.

5.

The Contract Documents include

a. The contract forms, the bid forms, the specifications and addenda. b. The drawings, the specifications and the information to bidders. c. The conditions of the contract, the drawings and specifications. d. Everything except the contract modifications.

5.

The Contract Documents include

a. The contract forms, the bid forms, the specifications and addenda. b. The drawings, the specifications and the information to bidders. c. The conditions of the contract, the drawings and specifications d. Everything except the contract modifications.

6.

The Contract Forms include

a. b. c. d.

The agreement. The performance and payment bonds. The certificates. All of the above.

6.

The Contract Forms include

a. b. c. d.

The agreement. The performance and payment bonds. The certificates. All of the above.

7.

The Conditions of the Contract include

a. b. c. d. e.

The General Conditions. The Supplementary Conditions. The Conditions to the Bidders. All of the above. A and B only.

7.

The Conditions of the Contract include

a. b. c. d. e.

The General Conditions. The Supplementary Conditions. The Conditions to the Bidders. All of the above. A and B only.

8.

Addenda are

a. Changes to the contract documents before the agreement is signed. b. Changes to the contract documents at any time. c. Changes to the contract documents after the agreement is signed. d. None of the above.

8.

Addenda are

a. Changes to the contract documents before the agreement is signed. b. Changes to the contract documents at any time. c. Changes to the contract documents after the agreement is signed. d. None of the above.

9.

The Project Manual Concept

a.

Was originated by CSI to replace the title specifications. b. Provides an organizational format and standard location for all documents involved. c. Includes only the specifications in the bound manual. d. Uses the UniFormat system.

9.

The Project Manual Concept

a.

Was originated by CSI to replace the title specifications. b. Provides an organizational format and standard location for all documents involved. c. Includes only the specifications in the bound manual. d. Uses the UniFormat system.

10. What are the three components of project design team coordination?

a. Duplication, omissions and discrepancies. b. Division One, Division Two, and Division Three. c. General, Products and Execution. d. Organization, Execution and Quality Assurance.

10. What are the three components of project design team coordination?

a. Duplication, omissions and discrepancies. b. Division One, Division Two, and Division Three. c. General, Products and Execution. d. Organization, Execution and Quality Assurance.

11. The general clauses that establish how the project is to be administered are known as:

a. b. c. d.

Conditions of the Contract. General Conditions. Supplementary Conditions. Addenda.

11. The general clauses that establish how the project is to be administered are known as:

a. b. c. d.

Conditions of the Contract. General Conditions. Supplementary Conditions. Addenda.

12. On most projects, all of the following are principal entities EXCEPT:

a. b. c. d.

Contractor. Owner Electrical Consultant Architect/Engineer

12. On most projects, all of the following are principal entities EXCEPT:

a. b. c. d.

Contractor. owner Electrical Consultant Architect/Engineer

13. For engineering projects, an Architect serves as a consultant to the Engineer:

a. b. c. d.

Never. Sometimes. Always. Partially.

13. For engineering projects, an Architect serves as a consultant to the Engineer:

a. b. c. d.

Never. Sometimes. Always. Partially.

14. In 1964, the term Project Manual was introduced by the:

a. b. c. d.

American Bar Association American Institute of Architects Construction Specifications Institute Department of Defense

14. In 1964, the term Project Manual was introduced by the:

a. b. c. d.

American Bar Association American Institute of Architects Construction Specifications Institute Department of Defense

15. As part of the __________, the Agreement is considered a Contract Document:

a. b. c. d.

Contract Conditions Contract Forms Bidding Requirements Specifications

15. As part of the __________, the Agreement is considered a Contract Document:

a. b. c. d.

Contract Conditions Contract Forms Bidding Requirements Specifications

16. The Procurement (Bidding) Documents include all of the following EXCEPT:

a. b. c. d. e.

Procurement (Bidding) Requirements Contract Modifications Project Manual Drawings Addenda

16. The Bidding Documents include all of the following EXCEPT:

a. b. c. d. e.

Bidding Requirements Contract Modifications Project Manual Drawings Addenda

17. Project specifications should be directed to which of the following:

a. The Owner. b. The Contractor. c. Contractors, Subcontractors and material suppliers. d. The Owners legal counsel

17. Project specifications should be directed to which of the following:

a. The Owner. b. The Contractor. c. Contractors, Subcontractors and material suppliers. d. The Owners legal counsel

18. The term Contract Documents typically includes:

a. b. c. d.

Contract Forms. Drawings. Specifications. All of the above.

18. The term Contract Documents typically includes:

a. b. c. d.

Contract Forms. Drawings. Specifications. All of the above.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

a c c b c d e a b

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Answers d b c b b b b b d