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By Lance McCarthy Lance McCarthy Lance McCarthy My 6-year-old has been honing his comedy skills, and discovered the impatient cow joke. You know this one? ***Spoiler alert*** I’m telling the joke now… “Knock Knock” “Who’s there?” “Impatient Cow” “Impatient C–” (before the other person can say “who”) “MOO!” I consider myself a humor connisseur, and this is still one of my favorite clean jokes. However, it goes from a “10” on the funny-o-meter to a “1” if the joker doesn’t say “Moo” fast enough to interrupt the jokee. (Is “jokee” a word? It is now). My son doesn’t get that it isn’t just saying the right words, the joke is all about timing. Get the timing wrong, and the whole thing dies. That is the way it works with planning for a construction project too. My architect and I were me...
Half the battle to winning tenders is selecting the right ones to pursue. Here are the key questions to be asking yourself during the bid qualification and bid no bid processes before commiting to tender. http://projectplanonline.com/?p=4228 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb708y6Elao
This lecture is part of the summer course of 2016 on Quantity Surveying handled by J S Packiaraj, Asst. Professor (Senior). VIT University, Vellore, India. This lecture is the first part of a lecture to the undergraduate students on Contracts and the Tendering process followed in the Indian Construction Industry. The second part of this lecture may be found at https://youtu.be/25UTB3GUv5M The principles of the same are applicable to the international market as well as to any other discipline where a job is undertaken as a contract. Important terms associated with Contracts and Tendering are explained. It draws from the experiences from industry with work that has been undertaken and done hands on. Additional information on how to study a tender document is found at https://youtu.be/4GzR...
This is a video on the basics of the tendering process. Before, starting any new project, it is utmost necessary to Master The Basics. Get an overview of the tendering process at http://amlan17bhuyan.blogspot.com/2016/08/e-tendering-process.html
Watch our webinar and learn the top ten tips to drastically improve your tendering success. This webinar will help you: • understand the concept of supply chains and know where your organisation fits on the tiers of supply • be confident in navigating through the key government websites to register as a supplier, search for tender opportunities and view awarded contract information • be aware of the government procurement process and what you need to do to maximise participation • know how to prequalify and what it takes to become an eligible supplier • clearly understand how to increase your chances of tendering success • be aware of the available programs and service offerings which are available to assist your business. Many of the key learning principles covered in this webinar are...
This short presentation highlights the benefits of e-Tendering for larger scale commercial projects. The presentation refers to a recent study conducted by Construction IT Alliance regarding the tangible benefits of e-tendering over traditional systems.
Tender Documents form the basis of any contract signed. A through understanding of the same enables the contractor and the owner get the best of this system. To an engineering graduate student, the exposure is usually very less and sometimes, it is about 5 or 10 years down the line that they actually get to see the tender document. With enough experience in the process of civil and structural engineering tenders, it has been observed that the form and structure of a tender document is similar. In this lecture, one of the tenders that were downloaded from the internet has been used to explain the various aspects that govern the tendering process.
Contractor Success Series: Reviewing plans and specifications, job costing, manpower and materials, takeoffs, how assembled, bid submission, negotiation, award, procurement and change orders as viewed by general contractors, construction managers and subcontractors. Presenters: Mark Panzica, Panzica Construction; Brain Exl, OCP Contractors; and CEA Young Executives Panel 4/13/2011
For more training, visit www.union-imdp.org. This video talks with Ron Wehrens of Phasuma (Pharmaceutical Supply Management Consultancy) about the first stage of the procurement process - tendering.
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Source: http://ezinearticles.com/?What-Is-Involved-in-the-Construction-Tendering-Process?&id=7498000 Images: http://www.tenderconsulting.com.au Before leaping into the lengthy details of the construction tendering process, it is necessary to first establish exactly what 'tendering' is.
This is a fast paced introduction to the various aspects of Tendering and Contracts. We civil Engineers work on Contracts. Contract is an agreement between two parties which is legally enforceable. The quote we give to our clients makes us win or lose a job. A tender document is given a cursory glance to show the various aspects discussed and to give a good foundation. Contents: 00:00:10 Contract - What is it?? 00:01:10 Example of various kinds of contracts 00:01:40 Enforcing a contract 00:02:00 Types and Forms of Contract 00:02:20 Few Civil engineering Contractors 00:03:30 Why no start your own contracting agency 00:04:07 WHO IS A CONTRACTOR? 00:07:56 For what can a tender be called for? 00:09:00 Homework a company has to do before issuing a tender 00:09:00 SLIDE TITLE: Tender Actions...
The contract and tender process is something that many companies rely on for securing contracts and expanding. In this video we explain how the process works and how your company can benefit from it. For more information visit https://www.executivecompass.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/executive-compass-?trk=biz-companies-cym Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PQQ.Bid.Tender.Writing.Services Twitter: https://twitter.com/ExecCompass Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ExecutivecompassCoUk
The bidding process to procure construction services in emerging economies vastly differ from developed countries. Category managers should be aware of these differences as there is no “one size fits all” type of solution. Beroe’s engineering and construction industry expert, Raj Manohar, discusses various parameters of contractor selection in emerging markets during this webinar. He has also presented case studies to demonstrate win-win situation for both buyers and service providers.
Over the past 10 years the Corangamite CMA has invested over $18 million in programs using market based instruments (MBI) in the form of competitive ‘Tenders’, experiencing significant success in delivering natural resource management outcomes in the Corangamite region. Each of the films produced capture and demonstrate the participants attitudinal and landscape change during their involvement.
This lecture explains the various stages through which the tender document goes through before it is converted to a bid by an organisation. Incidentally, it also introduces few of the things an young engineer can look at and try to form the basis of understanding of tenders. Any organisation participating in a tender has to think a lot and work out a game plan before it participates in a bid. The typical tender process in an organisation is explained in this video.