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Building Process & Parties

Involved
Quantity Surveyors & His
Duties
by

AHMAD ARZLEE HASSAN

PART 1: Building Process & Parties Involved • • • • • The Construction Industry The Construction Categories Features of Construction Industry Design & Construction Process Forms of Construction Project Procurement • Project Participants .

PART 2: Quantity Surveors & His Duties Roles and Responsibilities of a Quantity Surveyor .

What is Construction? TERMS? TYPE? APPROACHES? COST? TIME? WEEKS? MONTHS? YEAR? CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES? SEQUENCES? SOURCES? RESOURCES? Man? Machine? PARTIES? WORKS? RULES? REGULATIONS? .

Town & Country Planning Act 1971 The carrying out of building.What is Construction Industry? P1 S2 CIDB Act 1994 Act 520 Construction Industry is an industry concerning all construction works. engineering. on. over or under land or the making of material change in the use of any building or other land . mining or other operations in.

MECH & ELEC SEWERAGE WORKS & PIPE SOIL. EARTH & WATER CONTROL .Construction?? CIDB 1994 Act 520 Installation Renewal Maintenance Construction Dismantling Demolition Renovation Extension Repair Alteration OF BUILDING TYPE STRUCTURE CIVIL ENG STRUCTURE CANAL.

5% of construction volume consists of residential. maintenance and repair • 42K over construction firms recorded as of 2002 with many firms capable of million RM projects locally and internationally • Construction caters for employment in Malaysia .3% to 4% of GDP contributed by construction industry (MOF 2001) • The government sectors accounts for 52. mix development incl.Economy  Construction • 3.

Property Development CAPITAL to finance the development process LAND to be develope d RESOURCE S in the form of labour and material Essential elements ENTREPRENEUR to initiate and manage the development FUND from public or private sources .

Production. BSC Others Long term. Entertainment etc. One-off Building. R&D. Engineering. Admin Building. Heavy Construction. Building. . Major overhauls etc. Repetitive. Non residential. Health Welfare Building. Major Engineering. Residential. M&E Land.The Construction Categories Generally CIDB CI/SfB Sytem Housing. Industrial Civil Engineering. CE. Capital Plant. Industrial etc. Distribution. Building. Highways.

Parties involved Conditions. Circumstances etc. Combined effort. Design.Design. Complex. Characters. Location. Crafts. Product. .Features of Construction Industry • Each are • FRAGMENTATION UNIQUE . Experts.

Design and Construction Process INTITIAL STAGE DETAILED DESIGN STAGE TENDER STAGE CONTRACT STAGE .

drawings and specs Arch. procedures and schedule Cont K Operation on site Construction. payment All & Cont L Completion Handover and DLP All & Cont M Feedback Legal responsibility. Arch B Feasibility Established technical possibilities & specialist CRep. supervision. Eng. Eng. response etc. QS F Production information Complete drawing and spec for tender Arch Eng G Bill of Quantities BQ production with queries answered Arch QS H Tender action Tender process All J Project planning Agree on timetable.A Inception Establish appointments & requirements CL. QS C Outline proposal Briefs and approaches All D Scheme design Spatial arrangements & materials All E Detailed design Detail design. All Sketch Plans PROFESIONAL Working Drawings TASK Site Operations STAGE Briefing RIBA Plan of Work . meetings. Arch.

Forms of Construction Project Procurement Procedure of converting a requirement or requisition into a performable contract TRADITIONAL MANAGEMENT INTERGRATED METHODS METHODS METHODS .

Planners. Other specialist Main Contractor. ID. Subcontractor. Landscape. Land Surveyors. Design & build contractors . Architect. Labour only subcon. Quantity Surveyors. Developer CONSULTANT CONTRACTOR Project Manager. Engineer. Designers.Project Participants CLIENT Employer. Specialist. Owner.

Other Participants • Materials and Equipment Suppliers Sectors • Manpower • Finance Sector • Approving Sectors .

Contractual Relationship EMPLOYER MAIN CONTRACT CONTRACTOR Conditions of engagement Domestic SC Architect Engineer Sub contractor Contract of sale Suppliers NSC Quantity Surveyor Nominated Sub Con .

.Who’s Who? Please identify the participants and briefly explain what are their roles in a typical setting of a construction process.

TUTORIAL What are the responsibilities of a QS in a typical Construction settings? Pre Contract? Post Contract? .

Professional Bodies & Liabilities .End of Lecture Next Lecture More on Quantity Surveyor Appointment. Registration.