By Jack Masterman
Construction procurement structures are the organisational constructions in which the layout and development of establishing initiatives occur. The purpose of this consultant is to supply development scholars and junior pros with enough information regarding the structures to make sure an know-how of the most tools which are presently to be had and their valuable merits and drawbacks.This transparent, good researched and well-structured consultant can be useful to scholars and practitioners alike as they paintings with a variety of development procurement structures.
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Extra info for Introduction to Building Procurement Systems
Department of the Environment, Transport and Regions (1998) Rethinking Construction. The Report of the Construction Task Force (The Egan Report), London: HMSO. National Economic Development Committee (1991) Partnering: Contracting Without Conflict, London: HMSO. HM Treasury, Central Unit on Purchasing (1992) No. 36 Contract Strategy: Selection for Major Projects, London: HMSO. Cabinet Office Efficiency Unit (1995) Construction Procurement by Government, London: HMSO. HM Treasury (1995) Setting New StandardsÐA Strategy for Government Procurement, London: HMSO.
Apart from the separation of design and construction, the conventional procurement system exhibits a number of other basic characteristics: 1 Project delivery is a sequential process. 2 The design of the project is largely completed before work commences on site. 3 The responsibility for managing the project is divided between the client’s consultants and the contractor, and there is therefore little scope for involvement of either of the parties in the other’s activities. 4 Reimbursement of the client’s consultants is normally on a fee and expenses basis, whereas the contractor is paid for the work completed on an admeasure or lump sum basis.
This trend has continued until the present time, with clients satisfying their needs by increasingly using non-conventional procurement systems to the detriment of the conventional method. 4 Share of the market While a great deal of time and effort has been expended in achieving technical innovation in construction, and refining existing and producing new forms of contract, very little attention had been paid, until comparatively recently, to the rationalisation and reorganisation of the procurement process, thus allowing the conventional system to maintain a major share of the available building work.