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General conditions

UAP document 301

OBJECTIVES OF UAP DOC 301

-define the relationship among the owner, the architects and the contractor

-stipulates the norms by which the contractor shall perform his work

-it’s the professional responsibility of the architect to set the relationship, and maintain a high standard
of professionalism

ART 1: DEFINITIONS

(see page 88 of ppt)

CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

- All documents which, when combined, form the basis of the contract, including all pretender,
tender and contractual documentation
- -are the written documents that define the roles, responsibilities, and “work” under the
construction contract, and are legally binding on the parties (owner and contractor)
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CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

1. Agreement
2. General conditions
3. Special provisions
4. Specifications
5. Drawings

TYPES OF SPECIFICATIONS

 PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
o address the operational requirements of an installation
 PRESCRIPTIVE SPECIFICATIONS
o contains detailed descriptions of what specific materials must be used as well as the
installation instructions
 PROPRIETARY SPECIFICATIONS
o demand that only one specific product can be used for a given installation. It commonly
utilized if the proportion of a product requires a certain performance that only one
product can achieve
continuation of definition

 PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE
 CONTRACTOR
 SUBCONTRACTOR
 SURETY
 PROPOSAL
 PROPOSAL BOND
 PERFORMANCE BOND
 PAYMENT BOND
 GURANTEE BOND
 AGREEMENT
 ADVERTISEMENT OR INVITATION TO BID
 BID BULLETIN
 INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS
 GENERAL CONDITIONS
 SPECIAL PROVISIONS
 SPECIFICATIONS
 SUPPLEMENTARY SPECIFICATION
 SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS AND FINISHES
 TIMELIMITS
 FURNISH
 INSTALL
 PROVIDE
 ACT OF GOD OR FORCE MAJEURE