Standard subcontract form between prime contractor and subcontractor where payment is based on a stipulated or fixed price. Users can choose between the refer-by-reference or stand-alone approaches simply by completing either page 2A or 2B (not both) and discarding the other page.
Standard form of agreement between Owner and Construction Manager to provide site management, administrative and technical services for a fixed fee. The Construction Manager serves as the Owner's agent and adviser on construction matters, and works in conjunction with the Owner and the Consultant as part of a construction management team from the initial design-development stage through to completion of the project. The Owner engages the trade contractors directly and generally assumes the role and responsibility of the traditional general or prime Contractor.
A guide document outlining a change-order checklist and including a model change-order quotation form.
Standard contract form between Owner and Trade Contractor to perform the required work for a single, pre-determined fixed price, regardless of the Trade Contractor's actual costs. It is specifically for use where the project is performed under the construction management method of contracting.
A guide document outlining the project management concept and describing the project manager's role and standard of performance in managing a project from conception through design to construction and commissioning.
A guide document describing the construction management method of contracting. It explains the recommended roles and qualifications for a construction manager as well as providing guidelines for the selection process and fee schedule.
A guide document outlining sound environmental practices in the construction industry. It serves to assist contractors in developing an Environmental Management Program.
A guide document identifying where cash flow problems generally occur in a construction project and suggests possible solutions.
CAPEI Members may download this document from their account on CINet.ca.
CCA 50 offers detailed guidance to prime contractors on understanding their client's financial strength and how they are financing your project. This guide shows how a prime contractor can minimize the risk of non-payment prior to bidding on a project, prior to signing a contract, and during the administration of a contract. A financing risk management checklist is also provided to list questions that a prime contractor should ask during the bidding and contracting stages, and types of security available to minimize the risk of non-payment.
A guide document recommending best practices in all aspects of the bid calling and award subcontract process.
A guide documents that introduces the concept of a joint venture involved in commercial construction, outlines the potential advantages and risks inherent, identifies keys to a success joint venture, and provides a checklist of commercial consideration of a joint venture agreement.
A guide document that explains the costs and risks associated with pre-purchasing equipment and materials, which may outweigh any anticipated economic and scheduling advantage.
A guide document providing an overview of federal, provincial and municipal waste guidelines and the CCA's Waste Management Code of Practice.
A guide document offering practical advice on mould-related issues (legal, insurance, and health considerations). It also offers helpful information on how to minimize its presence, identify and measure it, and step-by-step instructions on remediation.
This guide provides owners and operators of hot mix asphalt plants with information and guidance related to the management of their plant assets in a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly fashion. The guide contains checklists that owners can use to improve their plant's environmental performance. (Note: The guide is only available electronically - it can be downloaded for free at www.tripcanada.org).
A guide document offering the value and benefits of electronic procurement. It identifies the key issues and recommended "best practices" for the process.
A guide document jointly developed with the Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada to assist Owners, Consultants and Contractors in overcoming problems associated with geotechnical information provided in construction contracts.
A guide document outlining certain contractual provisions which can adversely affect the trade contractor's rights and obligations. It includes a checklist for trade contractors.