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  • 1. NAMA KURSUS: BUILDING ESTIMATING AND TENDERINGKOD KURSUS: SGH 4813TAHUN: 4SESI: II 2011/2012PENSYARAH: MAT NAIM ABDULLAHMASA KULIAH: MONDAY 11AM – 1PM THURSDAY 4PM – 6PM (C02 – 406 - BK1)
  • 2. INTRODUCTION AND LESSON PLANWeek Topic 1 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND ESTIMATING & TENDERING TENDERING 2 ASSIGNMENT 1 3 PRE-ESTIMATING REQUIREMENTS CONSTRUCTION METHOD – PRELIMINARIES, OVERHEAD AND 4 4M 5 EXCAVATION AND PILING WORKS 6 CONCRETING WORK BRICK AND BLOCKWORKS 7 TEST 8 MID-SEMESTER BREAK 9 ROOF AND ROOF COVERING, WOODWORK 10 EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL FINISHES, SERVICES 11 SERVICES 12 EXTERNAL WORKS 13 PRESENTATION 14 PRESENTATION 15 STUDY WEEK16-20 FINAL EXAM
  • 3. KULIAH 1: INTRODUCTION TO ESTIMATING AND TENDERINGCONTENT• Construction industry market• Contractual arrangement• The construction parties• Estimating
  • 4. CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY1. Building and civil engineering works2. Construction related industries • Building materials manufacturer • Consultants – Architect, Engineer, QS etc.3. Government Agency • Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) • Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK) – Contractor Services Centre • DOSH • DOE • Local authorities4. Sources of Projects • Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR) – Public Work Department (PWD) • Jabatan – jabatan kerajaan yg lain – Other government’s departments
  • 5. CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Land acquisition etc Project development FM – maintenance etc PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT Tender/procurement DLP Construction Design PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
  • 6. CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENT Building ContractsCost Plus Target Cost Measure & ValueContracts Contracts Contracts Contracts based on Package Deals Drawings & Contracts Specification Termed Contract Vs One Off Contract
  • 7. CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENT (Cont’d) Client Principal Advisor Organization for the management of the project External Project In-house Project In-house/External Manager Manager Project Management Team Organization for design and construction Design & Build Traditional ManagementDesign & Turnkey Construction Management Build Management Contracting Sequential/ Accelerated/ Package Design & Single stage Two stages Deal Manage tendering tendering
  • 8. CONSTRUCTION PARTIES1. Design – Client (PM) and Consultants (Architect, Engineer, ID, QS etc) – depend on contractual arrangement2. Tendering/Procurement – Consultants (QS, Architect, Engineer etc) and tenderers3. Construction – Construction team (Contractor, sub- contractor, supplier etc) and Consultants (Engineer, Architect, QS, LS)4. Handing over – Building authorities, construction team and consultants etc5. DLP – Consultants, client, construction team
  • 9. CONSTRUCTION PARTIESClient Consultant Contractor SupplierClient, Architect, Main contractor, Supplier,Project manager, Civil Engineer, Sub contractor, NominatedArchitect, QS, Nominated sub supplierCivil Engineer, Planner, Logistic contractorQS, Project manager, M&Ecoordinator, Engineer, QualityPlanner, consultant, TrafficLogistic consultant etc.manager, M&EEngineer, Qualitymanager etc.
  • 10. ESTIMATING1. What is estimating?2. Why we do estimating?3. When we do estimating?4. How we do estimating?
  • 11. ESTIMATING Tender/procurement DLP Construction Design PROJECT DEVELOPMENTEstimate Land acquisition etc Project development FM – maintenance etc PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
  • 12. TENDERING1. What is tendering?2. Why we do tendering?3. When we do tendering?4. How we do tendering?