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which of the following is a member of the project team

a-craft labor unions
b-city planning board
c-facility user
d-code officials
c-facility user
the prime contractor on a project has responsibility for completion of all work including that of the

a-subcontractor
b-designers
c-facility users
d-officials having jurisdiction
a-subs
project conception is to determine the need for the work (new construction, remodeling, or renovation) and is done by

a-architect
b-financial advisor
c-plant manager
d-owner
d-owner
construction documents stage of a project life cycle begins when the design development documents have been approved by the

a-architect
b-owner
c-banker
d-bonding company
b-owner
on a traditional design-bid-build project, the construction stage begins

a-with a groundbreaking ceremony
b-with the execution of the contract agreement by the appropriate parties
c-when the low bidder has been determined
d-as determined by the project schedule
b-with the execution of the contract agreement by the appropriate parties
the first design phase is when the following activities are begun by the A/E

a-write the project specifications and prepare a floor plan
b-determine the project delivery method to be used
c-review budget restraints and prepare preliminary sketches
d- review the design with code officials
b-determine the project delivery method to be used
the purpose of the design team coordination review is to

a-limit duplication, omissions, and discrepancies
b-ensure that all parties are on schedule
c-improve communication among members of the design team
d-make sure the project budget is accurate
a-limit duplication, omissions, and discrepancies
masterformat is used to organize and classify information in the specifications

a-using one of 9 letter designations for functional areas
b-using 6 or 8 digit numbers
c-to designate the trade with responsibility for work
d-to organize the sheets in a set of plans
b-using 6 or 8 digit numbers
uniformat is a standardized classification system that is based on

a-field craft responsibilities
b-environmental/sustainability issues
c-systems and assemblies
d-designer responsibilities prior to bidding
c-systems and assemblies
omniclass is

a-information classification system
b-used for material selection during preliminary design
c-the generic name for all CSI organizational tools
d-a narrative description of the sequence of activities for construction
a-information classification system
as part of the project manual, the technical specifications should

a-be printed in book form
b-be prepared after the plans are completed
c-be clear, concise, correct, and complete
d-be a listing of all materials called out on the plans
c-be clear, concise, correct, and complete
using sectionformat organizational criteria, the technical specifications are divided into three parts; general, products, and

a-pricing
b-inspections
c-execution
d-design
c-execution
coordination of information from the electrical designer with the design by the mechanical designer is the responsibility of the

a-project superintendent
b-electrical designer
c-a/e
d-mechanical contractor
c-a/e
schematic programming is used to

a-provide the owner with preliminary schedules and designs
b-purchase long lead-time materials
c-identify goals, preferences, and functional requirements
d-obtain planning commission approval of the building concept
c-identify goals, preferences, and functional requirements
goals and values are set by

a-architect
b-owner
c-community standards
d-ahj
b-owner
part of the process of making an objective needs assessment is to

a-prioritize needs vs wants
b-ask the owner what he desires
c-use skilled professionals with design experience
d-insure that the budget is adequate to cover contingencies
a-prioritize needs vs wants
a feasibility study should look at

a-labor availability and wage rates for union and open shop forces
b-potential profit on the project for the designer
c-construction costs, life cycle costs, owners financial condition, and revenue potential/return on investment
d-site topography and soil condition
c-construction costs, life cycle costs, owners financial condition, and revenue potential/return on investment
land use restrictions are analyzed in a

a-site study
b-impact study
c-feasibility study
d-physical facilities evaluation
a-site study
allowable site coverage is controlled by

a-planning ordinances
b-ahj
c-zoning
d-building codes
c-zoning
what is the normal accuracy of a construction budget

a-20-30%
b-15-20%
c-10-15%
d-3-10%
d-3-10
what is the primary benefit of a detailed project schedule

a-sequence the work with the contractor
b-roadmap for a logical series of steps
c-purchasing of owner supplied materials
d-convince the owner that the project will be completed on time
b-roadmap for a logical series of steps
what criteria are commonly used to select a design service (a/e) by an owner

a-qualifications and experience
b-availability and proximity to the project site
c-cost of services
d-recommendations by friends and personal relationships
d-recommendations by friends and personal relationships
why would an owner select to use a fast-track project technique?

a-shortens the time the a/e is involved and thus reduces the fees
b-reduces the owners need to be involved with the construction
c-results in faster occupancy due to overlapping of design and construction activities
d-can be coordinated by owner personnel due to smaller packages
c-results in faster occupancy due to overlapping of design and construction activities
a guaranteed maximum price (gmp) is often set for

a-unit price
b-lump sum
c-cm contracts
d-cost plus fee contracts
d-cost plus fee
construction where the owner has the most control over the cost timing, and quality would generally be

a-design build
b-design-negotiate-build
c-owner-build
d-CMc
c-owner build
when the exact extent of quantity of work cannot be calculated in advance, the best method of project delivery may be a

a-cost plus fixed fee
b-stipulated/lump sum
c-unit price
d-negotiated
c-unit price
if a project is constructed by the owner with in-house labor forces or by hiring specialty contractors under his direction, the project would be called

a-design build
b-owner build
c-design negotiate build
d-CMa
b-owner build
if the owner has limited experience he should use

a-design bid build
b-design build
c-owner build
d-CM
d-CM
if the owner is worried about cost, the method that delivers the least cost is

a-design bid build
b-design negotiate build
c-design build
d-CMc
a-design bid build
a problem that can exist with the design build projects is

a-time to make construction changes is increased
b-builder and a/e are both part of the construction team
c-this method is generally only used on time sensitive projects
d-there can be no competitive bidding prior to contract award
b-builder and a/e are both part of the construction team
the delivery method often described as adversarial is

a-design bid build
b-CMc
c-design build
d-design negotiate build
a-design bid build
the effort to create a cooperative work environment though team building is referred to as

a-merit shop
b-work rules
c-management by objective
d-partnering
d-partnering
on an innovative, high profile project, the lead design firm is sometimes selected on

a-previous projects of comparable project cost
b-design competition
c-standard fee schedule
d-working relationship with the GC
b-design competition
an owner should use the owner build method only if he has the following assets

a-plans and specs from a previous successful project
b-available personnel and equipment for field work
c-experience, in house expertise, and financial backing
d-access to reduce prices for materials and cheap labor
c-experience, in house expertise, and financial backing
the process of evaluating the work on a construction project at completion to verify compliance with all the owners requirements is

a-commissioning
b-turnover walkthrough
c-warranty inspection
d-punch list
a-commissioning
a method of selecting a a/e for a project is often based on

a-price
b-recommendations and reputation
c-design competition
d-political consideration
b-recommendations and reputation
project extent, time, and cost are major factors that affect

a-design qualities
b-finish quality
c-suitable locations
d-supplier selection
b-finish quality
the legal requirements put in place on the federal level to protect worker health and safety in the workplace

a-MIOSHA
b-life safety code
c-OSHA
d-ADA
c-OSHA
the goal of protecting natural resources from depletion and preserving the environment for the future generations is termed

a-NISTs and BEES
b-sustainability
c-BIN
d-LEED
b-sustainability
the use of design, materials, operating procedures, maintenance, and resale/salvage/demolition costs to arrive at a total cost is termed a

a-preliminary budget
b-schematic design estimate
c-conceptual estimate
d-life cycle cost
d-life cycle cost
when a complex project is designed, problems may be prevented by having an experienced field person do a

a-constructability review
b-plan review
c-cost review
d-code study
a-constructability review
when materials are specified using a brand name and/or product name, the specification is/are called

a-performance
b-commodities
c-proprietary
d-custom
c-proprietary
the process of reviewing the products and workmanship prior to and during construction is called

a-QC
b-submittals
c-QA
d-punch lists
QA
the process of using an orderly process to find and evaluate potential beneficial improvements to the design or cost savings for the owner is called

a-value analysis
b-cost estimating
c-design development
d-scope modification
a-value analysis
a/e/s and cms prepare budget estimates during the design pahse of a project to

a-provide a price for the construction contract
b-determine unit prices to be used
c-to compare to prices by the contractors
d-provide the owner with the best possible information on the anticipated construction cost so design changes can be made as necessary
d-provide the owner with the best possible information on the anticipated construction cost so design changes can be made as necessary
the minimum standard requirements for construction are stated in the

a-building codes
b-osha requirements
c-schematic drawings
d-epa site recommendations
a-building codes
when the quantity of work is not known or is subject to change due to field conditions, the a/e may request the contractor provide _________ to establish a price for extra work

a-allowances
b-unit prices
c-alternates
d-a not to exceed number
b-unit prices
the information in the project manual

a-gives size and quantity of specified materials
b-is intended to supplement the design drawings
c-is just the legal forms required to bid the project
d-is repeated on the drawings
b-is intended to supplement the design drawings
the schematic drawing phase is

a-developed by the architect to clearly indicate the extent and relationship of project components for owner review
b-a time when the engineers begin design of building systems
c-a role of the owner during project conception
d-initiated by the construction manager during final plan review
a-developed by the architect to clearly indicate the extent and relationship of project components for owner review
coordination of the design team is the responsibility of the

a-CM
b-facility manager
c-owner
d-architect
d-architect
the DBIA standard document set that includes the series 500 forms are used for

a-design bid build projects
b-owner build projects
c-design build projects
d-CM projects
design build projects
the written and graphic documents prepared or assembled by the A/E for communicating the project design for construction and administration is called the

a-construction docs
b-contract docs
c-procurement docs
d-project manual
a-construction docs
b-contract docs
the definition of the processes rights and responsibilities and relationships of the parties to the contract are the

a-contract docs
b-instructions to bidders
c-clarifications
d-contracting requirements
d-contracting requirements
an advertisement for bids is generally printed in a trade publication or a newspaper and may be required on

a-roads and bridges
b-public works project
c-union projects
d-design build projects
b-public works projects
the most common form of bid security is issued by a surety company and is

a-a cashiers check
b-a personal check
c-cash
d-a bid bond
d-a bid bond
a multi table framework for organizing all forms of information used in the construction industry based on ISO standards is

a-uniformat
b-omniclass
c-page format
d-sectionformat
b-omniclass
the system that organizes preliminary construction information based on systems and assemblies is

a-uniformat
b-omniclass
c-page format
d-sectionformat
a-uniformat
the organizational structure generally used for construction specifications is

a-BIM
b-GreenFormat
c-MasterFormat
d-LEED
c-masterformat
masterformat has designated classifications of materials based on work results that are called

a-divisions
b-categories
c-groups
d-types
a-divisions
the most convenient method of locating products and activities in MasterFormat is

a-table of contents
b-database search
c-keyword index
d-dictionary
c-keyword index
sectionformat breaks each section of the specifications into

a-3 parts (general, products, execution)
b-4 groups based on the 4 pairs of digits
c-as many parts as are required based on the number of products
d-4 types including labor, material, equipment, subcontractors
a-3 parts
when the specs list four acceptable suppliers and then use the term or equal similar products can be used at the option of the

a-supplier
b-contractor
c-owner
d-architect
architect
views of vertical planes that show project materials and components in their vertical relationship viewed perpendicularly from the selected plane

a-elevation
b-section
c-plan
d-detail
b-section
a table on the drawings that supplements the specifications by providing data about materials, products, and equipment are

a-schedules
b-plans
c-listings
d-sections
a-schedules
the supplementary conditions are intended to

a-modify the information in part 1-general in the technical specs
b-adjust provisions of the general conditions of the contract
c-make changes to the general requirements
d-alter the information in the project manual
b-adjust provisions of the general conditions of the contract
graphical views that are drawn to a scale so all details remain in proper relationship by looking down on the structure are

a-elevation
b-section
c-plan
d-detail
c-plan
the use of computerized object modules to create electronic drawing files is

a-2D CAD
b-scheduling
c-BIM
d-3D/4D CAD
c-BIM
the purpose of an alternate is to

a-change provisions of the specs
b-allow the A/E and the owner to adjust the price of the contract
c-give the contractor options in selecting products after the bid
d-allow vendors to select the least expensive product from several choices
b-allow the A/E and owner to adjust the price of the contract
when the specification is written with the primary criteria being the end results to be achieved, it is called a

a-performance spec
b-reference standard spec
c-proprietary spec
d-descriptive spec
a-performance spec
the system that provides numbers and titles to organize material used for construction, operation, and maintenance of a facility is

a-technical specs
b-masterformat
c-omniclass
d-general requirements
b-masterformat
a primary benefit of BIM is the information is stored in a file that can be accessed during the operation and use phase of the buildings life cycle by

a-suppliers
b-facility manager
c-contractors
d-building officials
b-facility manager
record drawings made by the ________ during construction to note changes to the work to facilitate operation, maintenance, and future modifications to the facility

a-contractors
b-architect
c-owner
d-engineers
a-contractors
the storage of information on standardized platforms for multidisciplinary retrieval and use is a key advantage of

a-BIM
b-uniformat
c-omniformat
d-project manual
c-onmiformat
masterformats standardized system for organizing information can be used for

a-writing construction textbooks
b-writing the project preliminary description
c-cost classification
d-assigning work to subs
c-cost classification
the term used to mean supply, deliver, and install, ready for intended use, a product is

a-provide
b-install
c-contract
d-furnish
d-furnish
a detailed, written spec description describing the product, material, equipment, or workmanship required is a

a-performance spec
b-reference standard spec
c-descriptive spec
d-proprietary spec
c-descriptive spec
the insurance that protects the named insured party from losses arising out of legal liability to others is

a-builders risk
b-workers comp
c-general liability
d-property insurance
c-general liabilty
the act of restoring a victim of a loss, in whole or in part by payment, repair, or replacement is called

a-claim
b-lawsuit
c-lien
d-indemnify
d-indemnify
the specs are written to convey info to the _________ as a party to the contract, even if not stated

a-owner
b-architect
c-ahj
d-contractor
d-contractor
the storage of information on standardized platforms for multidisciplinary retrieval and use is a key advantage of

a-BIM
b-uniformat
c-omniformat
d-project manual
c-onmiformat
when an insurance policy is issued, normal coverage is on the primary named insured party and may be expanded to also cover _______ in the even of a lawsuit

a-automobiles
b-errors and omissions
c-also named insured parties
d-construction equipment
c-also named insured parties
masterformats standardized system for organizing information can be used for

a-writing construction textbooks
b-writing the project preliminary description
c-cost classification
d-assigning work to subs
c-cost classification
when the spec identifies products by manufacturer, brand name, and model number, it is termed a

a-performance spec
b-reference standard spec
c-descriptive spec
d-proprietary spec
d-proprietary spec
the document under which the legal liability of one party for damages is assumed by the other party to the contract is a

a-hold harmless agreement
b-employers liability policy
c-contractual liability policy
d-comprehensive general liability policy
a-hold harmless agreement
the term used to mean supply, deliver, and install, ready for intended use, a product is

a-provide
b-install
c-contract
d-furnish
d-furnish
a detailed, written spec description describing the product, material, equipment, or workmanship required is a

a-performance spec
b-reference standard spec
c-descriptive spec
d-proprietary spec
c-descriptive spec
the insurance that protects the named insured party from losses arising out of legal liability to others is

a-builders risk
b-workers comp
c-general liability
d-property insurance
c-general liabilty
the act of restoring a victim of a loss, in whole or in part by payment, repair, or replacement is called

a-claim
b-lawsuit
c-lien
d-indemnify
d-indemnify
the specs are written to convey info to the _________ as a party to the contract, even if not stated

a-owner
b-architect
c-ahj
d-contractor
d-contractor
when an insurance policy is issued, normal coverage is on the primary named insured party and may be expanded to also cover _______ in the even of a lawsuit

a-automobiles
b-errors and omissions
c-also named insured parties
d-construction equipment
c-also named insured parties
when the spec identifies products by manufacturer, brand name, and model number, it is termed a

a-performance spec
b-reference standard spec
c-descriptive spec
d-proprietary spec
d-proprietary spec
the document under which the legal liability of one party for damages is assumed by the other party to the contract is a

a-hold harmless agreement
b-employers liability policy
c-contractual liability policy
d-comprehensive general liability policy
a-hold harmless agreement
two common misused words are amount and quantity. which of the four statements is correct

a-the amount of nails ordered was inadequate for the project
b-the quantity listed on the contract did not match the bid price
c-the pay application was prepared for the wrong amount
d-his total quantity estimate for the repair of the equipment was the lowest of three prices obtained
c-the pay application was prepared for the wrong amount
a material specification included in the specification by referring to recognized trade or testing organizations data on the product is a

a-performance spec
b-reference standard spec
c-descriptive spec
d-proprietary spec
b-reference standard spec
extended warranties may be required for some materials and systems used in construction by

a-the specifications
b-the ahj
c-the building code
d-product manufacturers
a-the specifications
the requirement that a victim be restored in whole or in part following a covered loss is to

a-subrogate
b-claim
c-indemnify
d-named perils
c-indemnify
builders risk insurance is written to cover

a-lawsuits by injured parties
b-liability for collateral damage
c-natural disasters
d-personal injuries to the public
c-natural disasters
to reduce the practice of bid shopping in the construction industry, some areas of the country have required the subcontractor quotes be submitted to a ________ who makes the bid available to all prime contractors

a-owner
b-a/e
c-bid depository
d-attorney
c-bid depository
on public projects, if permitted by the bid documents, consideration and approval of substitution requests are done by the _________

a-a/e
b-owner
c-contractor
d-ahj
a-a/e
the process of making the transition from the design stage to the construction stage is referred to as

a-purchasing
b-negotiating
c-procurement
d-bidding
c-procurement
the shipping document term FOB is used to designate when title to the good transfer to the contractor and stand for

a-freight ownership basis
b-free on board
c-freight ocean boarding
d-for overseas billing
b-free on board
the business costs that are unrelated to an individual project are referred to as

a-contractors overhead
b-construction costs
c-contingency
d-profit
a-contractors overhead
the award of the contract after the selection of the best bidder and resolution of issues/clarification of the terms and conditions is by the

a-bonding company
b-architect
c-finance company
d-owner
d-owner
in competitive bidding, prospective contractors are invited to prepare and submit bids stating

a-cost and conditions
b-price and time for completion
c-value and methods
d-completion date and profit margin
b-price and time for completion
a bid may be rejected as not complying with the bid requirements if

a-not submitted prior to the stated bid submittal time
b-the price is incorrect as a result of a bad decision of the bidder
c-the owner does not like the listed sub
d-the contractor furnishes a certified check in lieu of a bid bond
a-not submitted prior to the stated bid submittal time
the time between the receipt of a purchase order by a supplier and delivery of the materials at the designated site is called

a-shipping lag
b-delivery factor
c-expediting
d-lead time
d-lead time
the bidding period is the time allowed for the ___________ to study procurement documents; visit the site; solicit, evaluate, and compile sub/supplier prices; and tabulate and submit bids

a-architect
b-prime contractor
c-owner
d-subcontractor
b-prime contractor
the decision to use design build as the method of project delivery

a-will result in all work being competitively bid
b-is the key to value and analysis to save owner money
c-the selection of the contractor will be made earlier in the process
d-is the essential element to using a construction manager
c-the selection of the contractor will be made earlier in the process
an estimated monetary amount to account for the risk of unknown conditions that may arise during construction is termed

a-contingency
b-overhead
c-profit
d-direct costs
a-contingency
a standard listed in the contract documents that provides specific information that is not written out in the specifications is ofter included in the contract is "___________"

a-as soon as a copy is issued by the a/e
b-when purchased by the contractor
c-incorporated by reference
d-by the owner
c-incorporated by reference
detailed review and approval of submittals by suppliers is the responsibility of the

a-owner
b-ahj
c-architect
d-contractor
d-contractor
expediting work on the site is issued ______________ to verify the required coverage is in effect and cannot be cancelled without proper notification

a- to the ahj
b-by contractors insurance carrier
c-to the contractors by the owner
d-by the surety company
b-by contractors insurance carrier
stopping work on the project can generally be done by the contractor only

a-for failure of payment in a timely manner
b-due to excess costs due to weather conditions
c-to get agreement on cost of extras to the scope of work
d-if there is no liquidated damages clause in the contract
a-for failure to pay in a timely manner
an observer serves as a representative of the architect with responsibility for

a-authorize and issue change orders to the contractor
b-coordination between the design office and the construction team on the site
c-resolve design conflicts between subcontractors
d-negotiate extras to the scope of work
b-coordination between the design office and the construction team on the site
a schedule of values is used to detail all the contract costs and is

a-a supporting document for the certificate of payment
b-to award the contract to the low bidder
c-list of all subs with bid amounts
d-used to issue purchase orders to suppliers
a-a supporting document for the certificate for payment
substitutions may be permitted by the a/e after award of the contract

a-when requested using a standard RFI form
b-as part of a value engineering process authorized by the owner
c-if price and quality are not impacted
d-as part of an approved shop drawing submittal
b-as part of a value engineering process authorized by the owner
review and approval of documents for issuance of permits is the responsibility of the

a-architect
b-contractor
c-ahj
d-owner
c-ahj
when subsurface conditions are materially different from those indicated on a geotechnical report, proper action by the contractor is to

a-take necessary corrective action
b-invoice the owner for all additional costs
c-determine the most economical corrective action and proceed without impacting the schedule
d-promptly give formal notice to the a/e
d-promptly give formal notice to the a/e
the purpose of the construction schedule is

a-to determine the number of craft personnel required on the project
b-to determine the sequence and time requirements for construction activities
c-a method to convey the actual monthly construction cost to the owner
d-to provide the owner with a best estimate of the turnover date
b-to define the sequence and time requirements for construction activities
the first field activity the contractor generally performs at the start of a new project is

a-preparing the estimate
b-securing certificates of insurance
c-mobilization
d-signing the contract
c-mobilization
the progress meetings are conducted by _________ to coordinate work in the field

a-a/e
b-ahj
c-owner
d-general contractor/construction manager
d-GC/CM
a listing of the items requiring correction or completion by the contractor is called a

a-inspection report
b-schedule
c-punch list
d-notice of substantial completion
c-punch list
a legal document that can be filed to ensure payment for goods or services provided is called

a-waiver
b-lien
c-performance bond
d-application for payment
b-lien
liquidated damages are generally assessed against the contractors

a-when the quality of the work is suspected to be less than required
b-by the a/e
c-to recover costs resulting from delay in the completion of the work if materials required for completion are delivered late
c-to recover costs resulting from delay in the completion of the work
arbitration and mediation are alternative methods of

a-assessing legal penalties for construction delays
b-resolving construction disputes
c-determining responsibility and must be presided over by a judge
d-allowing attorneys to reach a binding compromise in lieu of litigation
b-resolving construction disputes
payment for materials are not installed but stored on site of off-site with appropriate insurance and bonds

a-are not eligible for certification for payment
b-must be specifically listed in the schedule of values
c-is not subject to retainage
d-may not be approved if properly documented
d-may not be approved if properly documented
the right to stop work for good cause is a responsibility of

a-owner
b-sub
c-contractor
d-a/e
a-owner
the planning and sequencing of activities, assignment of labor, use of the site, logistics of materials, and executing of the work is the responsibility of the contractor and is called

a-project schedule
b-means and methods
c-preconstruction planning
d-project manual
b-means and methods
planning, maintaining, and supervising construction safety measures and programs is responsibility of

a-the owner
b-the architect through the general conditions requirements
c-the contractor or construction manager
d-the entire construction team
c-the contractor or construction manager
special inspections are generally required by code in certain parts of the construction process by code and may be performed by independent testing laboratories working for the

a-contractor
b-ahj
c-design consultants
d-the owner
a-the contractor
AIA for G-702 is the application and certification for payment and requires the __________________ certify the amounts as correct to the best of their knowledge prior to payment

a-contractor and architect
b-owner and designer
c-architect and engineer
d-contractors and subcontractors
a-contractor and architect
drawings, addenda, specs, and change orders affecting the scope of work must be incorporated into the

a-submittals
b-record documents
c-project manual
d-architectural drawings
b-record documents
when the contract permits the withholding of money from progress payments it is termed

a-claims
b-retainage
c-interest
d-bond
b-retainage
a legal right of one party or control or force the sale of the improved property due, generally, to failure to pay for services rendered is a

a-lien
b-waiver
c-tort
d-claim
a-lien
a facilities life cycle includes all of the following except

a-project conception
b-financing
c-construction
d-facility management
b-financing
the objective of the competitive bidding process is

a-to ensure that all qualified bidders may submit bids on public works projects
b-to ensure that public works contracts are always awarded to the lowest bidders
c-to ensure that the intent of the governing public laws is maintained in the awarding of contracts
d-to ensure that the cost of the project is reasonable and consistent with the prevailing conditions in the building industry
d-to ensure that the cost of the project is reasonable and consistent with the prevailing conditions in the building industry
multiple prime contracts are normally part of

a-turn key construction
b-negotiated contracts
c-long duration construction projects
d-fast track construction
d-fast track construction
the specification type document prepared during the design development phase is called the

a-outline specification
b-rough draft specification
c-uniformat elements
d-cost estimate
a-outline specification
the contractual relationship governed by the conditions of the contract is between

a-owner and contractor
b-a/e and contractor
c-owner and subs
d-a/e and subs
a-owner and contractor
the procurement documents include all of the following EXCEPT

a-procurement requirements
b-contract modifications
c-project manual
d-drawings
b-contract modifications
to be effective in communication, specifications should be

a-complete, concise, and correct
b-concise, clear, and correct
c-clear, correct, complete, concise
d-concise, correct, complete
c-clear, correct, complete, concise
which of the following is NOT a contract modification

a-change order
b-construction change directive/work change directive
c-addendum
d-architects supplemental instruction/field order
c-addendum
who is solely responsible for control over construction means and methods

a-contractor
b-supplier
c-owner
d-a/e
a-contractor