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  • 1. Who’s Who in Construction The Support Staff of: Owner □ Architect □ Contractor Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 2. Who are the Players in a Construction Project? AKA The “Golden Triangle” Financial Marketing Legal Property Managers Users Owner
  • 3. Who are the Players in a Construction Project? AKA The “Golden Triangle” Engineers Consultants CADD Design Development Specifier Owner Architect Contract
  • 4. Who are the Players in a Construction Project? AKA The “Golden Triangle” Subcontractors Suppliers Estimating Procurement Scheduling Field Operations Owner Architect Contractor Contract
  • 5. Who are the Players in a Construction Project? AKA The “Golden Triangle” Traditional Design-Bid-Build Owner Architect Contractor Contract Contract
  • 6. Architect Contractor Subcontractors Suppliers Estimating Procurement Scheduling Field Operations Engineers Consultants CADD Design Development Specifier Formed Design-Build Owner Design-Build
  • 7.
    • The Financial People:
      • Insurers:
        • provides insurance
      • Lenders:
        • banks, savings & loans, stock market
      • Investors:
        • the “risk takers”
      • Land Seller:
        • sells property to owner to be used for project
      • Market Analyst:
        • feasibility study and appraisal of the project
    OWNER’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 8.
    • The Legal People:
      • Attorney:
        • provides legal advice, oversees contracts
      • Title Company:
        • title search and title company
    OWNER’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 9.
    • Marketing and Real Estate Brokerage: The People who will buy, sell or lease the project
      • Marketing Team :
        • promotes project
      • Real Estate Broker:
        • lease/sell the project for the owner
      • Subsequent Purchasers:
        • leases/buys project from owner
      • Property Manager:
        • manages project after construction
      • Tenants:
        • people who occupy project; non-owners
    OWNER’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 10. OWNER’s Support Staff/System:
    • The Public Factor
      • Neighbors & Critics:
        • give the owner their opinion, but won’t spend money
      • Federal Government:
        • some design codes and regulations; OSHA
      • Local & State Government:
        • most design codes and regulations
      • General Public:
        • will use project
    Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 11. ARCHITECT/DESIGNER’s Support Staff/System:
    • The Architectural Staff
      • Project Design Team:
        • provides design assistance to Designer/Architect; sketching and rendering
      • Project Architect:
        • responsible for construction documentation and product/material research
      • CADD Operator:
        • responsible for documenting project into construction documents
      • Architectural Intern :
        • provides assistance to entire project team including CADD, research and copying
    Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 12.
    • The Architectural Staff
      • Specifier :
        • prepares written portion of construction documents; aids project architect in product/material research
      • Interior Designer :
        • provides design of interior finishes
      • Space Planner :
        • responsible for planning furniture and storage areas; aids interior designer/architect
      • Landscape Architects :
        • designs plant and landscape layout around project
      • Urban Planners :
        • plan city layouts
    ARCHITECT/DESIGNER’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 13.
    • The Engineers
      • Structural Engineer:
        • provides licensed technical responsibility of building structure once design has been completed
      • Mechanical Engineer:
        • provides licensed technical responsibility of mechanical & plumbing systems once design has been completed
      • Electrical Engineer:
        • provides licensed technical responsibility of electrical system requirements once design has been completed
      • Civil Engineer:
        • provides licensed technical responsibility of land and site design in conjunction with the project design
    ARCHITECT/DESIGNER’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 14.
    • The Consultants
      • Forensic Investigators :
        • studies failures of systems and/or buildings; direct contractual link with the owner
      • Environmental Consultant :
        • studies the effects of proposed or existing project on the environment; works with civil engineer
      • Building Type Consultant :
        • mostly architects who specialize in certain types of buildings (i.e., tent structures, convention centers, skyscrapers, industrial construction)
      • Graphic Designer :
        • aids owner’s marketing team in promoting project with design in graphics for signs, ads, clothing, logos, promo items, etc .
    ARCHITECT/DESIGNER’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 15.
    • The Consultants
      • Preservationalist:
        • technical expert who saves historically significant buildings; also aids in restoration design to architect for historical projects
      • Construction Consultant:
        • advises design team on the practically and feasibility of the project design. Not licensed and cannot make money on project’s construction; so as to give an honest opinion.
      • Specialty System Consultant:
        • knows practically all information on one product or building system (i.e., curtain wall systems, door and windows, finishes, kitchens, playground)
    ARCHITECT/DESIGNER’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 16. NEXT CLASS The Support Staff of: Contractor Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 17. TODAY’S CLASS The Support Staff of: Contractor Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 18. CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System:
    • The Operation Support
      • V.P. of Project Operations :
        • oversees several project managers which are managing one or several projects
      • Project Manager:
        • responsible for overseeing all aspects on the construction of the project including project execution, cost control, scheduling, labor & trades management
      • Office Engineer :
        • responsible for filing and administrative organization of project paperwork; i.e., submittals, project daily logs, safety reports, project meeting summaries, construction documents and CCD’s
    Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 19.
    • The Operation Support
      • Superintendent :
        • responsible for overseeing actual execution of construction; manages foreman
      • Field Engineer :
        • responsible for providing construction documentation to superintendent; also participates in field survey and submittal review
      • Foreman :
        • responsible for directing labor crews in construction execution
      • Subcontractor :
        • responsible for furnishing and installing specialized material not normally executed by the general contractor
    CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 20.
    • The Office Support:
      • V.P. Estimating:
        • oversees several estimators; responsible for obtaining project in planning information
      • Sr. Estimator:
        • responsible for overseeing entire bid to owner
      • Estimator:
        • responsible for taking off material and summarizing estimated costs
        • gathers bids from subcontractors and vendors
    CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 21.
    • The Office Support:
      • V.P. of Safety:
        • oversees several safety engineers & communicates with OSHA personnel; also responsible for comprising company safety policies
      • Safety Engineers:
        • responsible for overseeing safety requirements and performances by labor and crews, including subcontractors
    CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 22.
    • The Office Support:
      • V.P. Project Engineering:
        • responsible for researching new methods and procedures for construction
      • Construction Engineer:
        • responsible for researching new construction material and methods
      • Quality Assurance Engineer:
        • responsible for evaluating project and overseeing the implementation of workmanship and quality according to architect’s specifications
    CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 23.
    • The Office Support:
      • V.P. Finance/Accounting:
        • oversees several procurement officers & operational funds/expenses
      • Procurement Officer:
        • responsible for overseeing project procurement; buying out material
      • Accounts Payable:
        • responsible for paying vendors and subcontractors
      • Accounts Receivable:
        • responsible for obtaining payment for services rendered
    CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 24.
    • The Office Support:
      • V.P. Personnel/Human Resources:
        • oversees personnel department;
      • Personnel Manager (Human Resource Specialist):
        • responsible for hiring new employees for entire company structure and for termination of existing employees.
        • helps determine employee benefit programs, ie, health insurance, 401k, vacations; sick leave
      • Training Specialist:
        • oversees training and education for all company employees in all departments and specialities
    CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 25.
    • The Office Support:
      • V.P. Marketing:
        • oversees marketing department and helps promote construction company to prospective clients
      • Marketing Manager/Specialist:
        • responsible for seeking out new ventures in advertising
        • oversees design and implementation of new marketing material to clients and architects
        • collects prospectives for company for future projects/clients
    CONTRACTOR’s Support Staff/System: Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management
  • 26. The major development of the project revolves around the owner , architect and contractor .
    • The support staffs/systems of each of these major entities are important players in the project as well; each person provides vital information in order for the project to be successful.
    Professor Brandi R. Shepard© ACH 216-Construction Management