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CCDC Documents & Guides in binder (Complete Set) - Paper Version

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Division 00 (2018) Master Specifications - Procurement and Contracting Requirements - Electronic Version

CCDC Division 00 provides a series of editable procurement and contracting templates.Spec notes are provided to explain the intended use of each section, assist the editing process, and indicate when coordination is required. Microsoft Word format is available to provide maximum editing flexibility. CCDC Division 00 is organized according to Master Format section numbers and names: -00 11 13 Advertisement for Bids -00 11 16 Letter of Invitation to Bid -00 21 13 Instructions to Bidders -00 31 00 Available Project Information -00 41 13 Bid Form - Stipulated Price -00 41 33 Bid Form - Cost Plus Fee -00 41 43 Bid Form - Unit Price -00 41 45 Bid Form - Combined Stipulated and Unit Price -00 43 23 Bid Form Supplement Alternative Prices -00 51 00 Notice of Award 00 51 13 Letter to Unsuccessful Bidders Users of the CCDC Master Specification for Division 00 are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with CCDC 23 as a companion document
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CCDC 01 - 2020 - Master Specification for Division 01 - 2020 General Requirements - Electronic Version

CCDC Division 01 provides a series of editable specification templates covering the project specific requirements. This document was developed based on the CCDC 2 -Stipulated Price Contract, but with proper editing it can easily be used with other contracts. Spec notes are provided to explain the intended use of each section, assist the editing process, and indicate when coordination is required. Microsoft Word format is available to provide maximum editing flexibility.
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CCDC Contracts & Guides (Complete Set) - Electronic Version

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CCDC 2 (2008) - Stipulated Price Contract - Electronic Version

Standard prime contract between owner and prime contractor to perform the required work for a single, pre-determined fixed price or lump sum, regardless of the contractor's actual costs.
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CCDC 2 (2008) Stipulated Price - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 2 - (2020) Stipulated Price Contract - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 2 - (2020) Stipulated Price Contract - Electronic Version

CCDC 2 - Stipulated Price Contract is the industry standard prime contract between Owner and prime Contractor. This contract establishes a single, pre-determined fixed price, or lump sum, for the project. The contract outlines the high-level administrative requirements and procedures needed for construction projects, including the role and authority of the consultant, procedures for changes in the work, work by other contractors, insurance requirements, prerequisites for Ready-for-Takeover, dispute resolution procedures, early occupancy by the Owner, and more. Operating on the basis of a stipulated price, the CCDC 2 assumes monthly progress payments and makes reference to provincial payment legislations where applicable.
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CCDC 3 (2016) Cost Plus Contract - Electronic Version

Standard prime contract between Owner and Prime Contractor to perform the work on an actual-cost basis, plus a percentage or fixed fee which is applied to actual costs.
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CCDC 3 (2016) Cost Plus Contract - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 4 (2011) - Unit Price Contract- Electronic Version

Standard prime contract between Owner and Prime Contractor to perform the required work for a pre-determined, fixed amount for each specified unit of work performed. The total price is determined by multiplying the unit price by the actual, measured quantity of work performed by each specified unit.
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CCDC 4 (2011)- Unit Price Contract Seals- (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 5A (2010) Construction Management Contract - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 5A (2010) Construction Management Contract-Services - Electronic Version

CCDC 5A - 2010 Construction Management Contract - for Services is a standard contract between Owner and Construction Manager for which the Work is to be performed by Trade Contractors. The Construction Manager acts as a limited agent of the Owner providing advisory services and administering and overseeing the contracts between the Owner and Trade Contractors.
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CCDC 5B (2010) Construction Management Contract- Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 5B (2010) Construction Management-Services and Construction - Electronic Version

CCDC 5B-Construction Management Contract For Services and Construction Standard form of agreement between owner and construction manager to provide services and construction
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CCDC 2MA (2016) - Master Agreement between Owner and Contractor - Electronic Version

The Master Agreement is a contract form between Owner and Contractor that is applicable for a defined period of time and is intended to establish contractual terms and conditions (excluding scope, time and cost) for multiple projects during that time period. Each project will be ordered by means of Work Authorizations, that define the project specific requirements like scope, price, time.
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CCDC 9A - 2018- FREE DOWNLOAD - Statutory Declaration Form for Contractors - Free Download

FREE DOWNLOAD - *This document is a free download at http://www.ccdc.org/document/ccdc9a-2018/
CCDC 9A - 2018 Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Contractor is a sworn statement for use by the Contractor as a condition of receiving payment for either the second and subsequent applications for progress payment or the release of holdback funds.
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CCDC 9A or 9B (2018) Statutory Declaration Form for Contractors/Subcontractors - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 100)

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CCDC 9A or 9B (2018) Statutory Declaration Form for Contractors/Subcontractors - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 10)

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CCDC 9B - 2018 - FREE DOWNLAOD -Statutory Declaration Form for Subcontractors - Free Download

FREE DOWNLOAD- *This document is a free download at http://www.ccdc.org/document/ccdc9b-2018/
CCDC 9B - 2018 Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Subcontractor is a sworn statement for use by the Subcontractor as a condition of receiving payment for either the second and subsequent applications for progress payment or the release of holdback funds.
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CCDC 10 (2018) A Guide to Construction Project Delivery Methods - Electronic Version

CCDC 10 identifies the issues that should be considered when selecting a project delivery method. It examines the characteristics and critical conditions for the following common project delivery methods: -Design - bid - build -Design - build -Construction management for services -Construction management for services and construction -Integrated project delivery CCDC 10 also includes a chart showing how different project delivery methods can affect the following common project issues if all critical conditions are met: -Scope definition; -Performance requirements; -Schedule requirements; -Costs; -Allocation of human resources -and construction expertise; -Collaboration and communications
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CCDC 2MA (2016) - Master Agreement between Owner and Contractor - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

The Master Agreement is a contract form between Owner and Contractor that is applicable for a defined period of time and is intended to establish contractual terms and conditions (excluding scope, time and cost) for multiple projects during that time period. Each project will be ordered by means of Work Authorizations, that define the project specific requirements like scope, price, time.
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CCDC 11 (2019) Contractors Qualification Form - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 11 (2019) Contractors Qualification Form - Electronic Version

CCDC 11 - Contractor's Qualification Statement offers a standard format for contractors to provide information about their company, capacity, skill, and experience. It includes: Company information - legal structure, financial reference, contract security reference, insurance reference, health and safety, valuation of construction work projected for current year and the actual value for the past four years. Qualification and experience of personnel key office and site personnel proposed for the qualification statement. Project experience - A list of five relevant projects for each of the following: -Key construction projects completed in the past five years; -Comparable construction projects completed; -Key construction projects underway.For recommended practices on the pre-qualification process refer to CCDC 29- A Guide to Pre-qualification.
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CCDC 2WA (2016) - Work Authorization - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

The Master Agreement is a contract form between Owner and Contractor that is applicable for a defined period of time and is intended to establish contractual terms and conditions (excluding scope, time and cost) for multiple projects during that time period. Each project will be ordered by means of Work Authorizations, that define the project specific requirements like scope, price, time.
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CCDC 12 (1994) Project Financial Information - Paper Version

CCDC 12 - 1994 Is a model form to assist the Owner in showing that financial arrangements have been made to fulfill the Owner's obligations under the contract (e.g. CCDC 2).
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CCDC 14 (2013) Design-Build Stipulated Price Contract - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 14 (2013) Design-Build Stipulated Price Contract- Electronic Version

Standard prime contract between the Owner and the Design-Builder where the Design-Builder provides the Design Services and performs the Work under one agreement, for a single, pre-determined stipulated or fixed price.
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CCDC 15 (2013) - Design Services Contract between Design-Builder and Consultant - Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 15 (2013) - Design Services Contract between Design-Builder and Consultant - Electronic Version

CCDC 15 is a standard contract between the Design-Builder and Consultant to perform the Design Services required under a design-build contract between the Owner and Design-Builder. Based on an approach similar to standard client-consultant contracts (i.e. RAIC Document Six and ACEC 31), CCDC 15 lists all the basic design services that are considered necessary in a design-build contract. These design services are listed in a Schedule, which allows flexibility for the Design-Builder and Consultant to establish the scope of services and compensation method. CCDC 15 also includes a schedule that lists typical additional design services that the Consultant may be required to provide. The important terms and conditions addressed in CCDC 15 include: -Copyright and use of documents; -Design-Builder's roles and responsibilities in supplying information to the Consultant and reviewing design; -Consultant's roles and responsibilities in providing Design Services, engaging Subconsultants, and coordinating Other Consultants; -Design to meet the Construction Budget; -Limitation of liability for Design Services.
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CCDC 17 (2010)-Stipulated Price Contract-Owner and Trade Construction - Electronic Version

Stipulated Price Contract for Trade Contractors on Construction Management Projects is a standard contract form between Owner and Trade Contractor to perform the Work for a single, pre-determined fixed price, regardless of the Trade Contractor's actual costs. It is specifically for use where the project is performed under the CCDC 5A Construction Management method of contracting.
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CCDC 17 (2010)-Stipulated Price Contract-Owner and Trade Construction- Copyright Seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 18 (2001) Civil Works Contract - Copyright seals (pkg. of 6)

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CCDC 18 (2001) Civil Works Contract - Electronic Version

CCDC 18 - 2001 Civil Works Contract is a standard prime contract between Owner and Contractor for civil works construction, e.g. roads, bridges, dams, underground utilities, etc.
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CCDC 20 (2008) Guide to CCDC 2 - Electronic Version

CCDC 20 - 2008 Guide to the Use of CCDC 2 - 2008 Stipulated Price Contract is a guide document designed to assist users of CCDC 2 - 2008.
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CCDC 21 (2016) A Guide to Construction Insurance - Electronic Version

CCDC 21 covers all important issues relating to construction insurance: -General Liability Insurance - Coverage offered by standard policy IBC 2100 and CCDC Endorsement IBC 2320, who is insured and the coverage for Additional Insured, exclusions, Umbrella Liability insurance, six-year coverage for completed operations etc. -Builder's Risk Broad Form Property Insurance - Insured and excluded property, major excluded perils, suggested additional coverages (e.g. soft costs, delayed start-up, expediting expense, early occupancy, testing and commissioning, valuable papers, electronic data and cyber threats), renovation projects, negotiating coverage etc. -Other Insurance - Important considerations for Boiler and Machinery (Equipment Breakdown) Insurance, Automobile Liability Policy Insurance, Aircraft and Watercraft Liability Insurance, Contractors- Equipment Insurance, Professional Liability Insurance, Wrap up Liability (with Wrap Up Difference in Condition Endorsement and coverage for completed operations), Installation Insurance. -Practical Tips on Critical Insurance Issues - Selection of insurance representatives, claims process (reporting, handling, proof of loss), subrogation etc.
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CCDC 22 - (2002) A Guide to Construction Surety Bonds - Electronic Version

The purpose of this guide is to help the construction and business communities in Canada better understand surety bonds and the suretyship process. This guide was prepared by the Surety Sub-Committee of the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) and is endorsed by the constituent organizations of the CCDC and the Surety Association of Canada. CCDC 22 describes the suretyship process and clears up some commonly held misconceptions. The guide is divided into three parts. Part 1 reviews suretyship, what a bond is and how it differs from other risk management tools. Part 2 discusses how suretyship works in practice, how bonds are obtained, the requirements of a surety company, and how the company proceeds through the prequalification process. Part 3 examines the various forms of bonds with a view to understanding the purpose of each bond and the claims process.
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CCDC 23 (2018) A Guide to Calling Bids and Awarding Contracts - Electronic Version

CCDC 23 addresses all aspects of the bid calling and contract award process: -Summary of fundamental principles under the law of competitive bidding such as the legal obligation of owners and bidders under Contract A and Contract B. -Overview of the bid documents: Division 00 to Division 49. -Calling for bids: bid solicitation, bidding period and scheduling, pre-bid meetings and site-visits, bidder inquiries and issuances of addenda. -Receiving bids: bid closing dates and times, bid modifications, bid opening, two-stage bid closing, electronic receipt of bids. -Awarding the contract: evaluation for compliance, selection of successful bidder, contract award, post-bid negotiations and re-bidding, owner's responsibilities, notification of contract award.Users of the CCDC 23 are encouraged to familiarize themselves with CCDC Master Specification for Division 00 as a companion document. Division 00 provides standard text that reflects the best practices in CCDC 2.23
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CCDC 24 (2016) A Guide to Model Forms and Support Documents - Electronic Version

CCDC 24 - 2016 is a guide document to assist users of CCDC 2 - 2008 in meeting the administrative requirements outlined in that standard contract form. For each model form the guide contains a brief explanation of each of the administrative processes involved, a short narrative description to guide users of the form, a list of items which should be included in the form, and an example of a model form.
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CCDC 29 (2016) A Guide to Pre-Qualification - Electronic Version

CCDC 29 is developed for Procurement Authority (e.g. Owners, Consultants, Construction Managers, Design-Builders) to explain and recommend best practices through the entire pre-qualification process. There will be discussions on how to determine whether pre-qualification is necessary and appropriate during the procurement planning, comparison of various types of pre-qualifications (unlimited, short-listing, source-list), best practices for Request for Qualifications (checklist, submissions, evaluation and interviews, notification and debriefing). There will also be an explanation of the revised CCDC 11 Contractor's Qualification Statement and its correct use.
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CCDC 30 (2018) Integrated Project Delivery Contract - Electronic Version

CCDC 30 Integrated Project Delivery Contract addresses issues specific to integrated project delivery (IPD) projects including scope allocation, payments, changes, conflict management, termination, insurance and contract security, and liability allocation. The pricing structure is cost plus with a target price. The profits of the design/construction team are identified and allocated to a risk pool that remains at risk subject to the achievement of mutually agreed project objectives. CCDC 30 also outlines the project management structure of an IPD project including the senior management team, project management team and project implementation teams. The roles and responsibilities of the parties are clearly defined in all phases of the IPD process: -Validation phase; -Design/procurement phase; -Construction phase; and -Warranty phase.
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CCDC 30 - (2018) Integrated Project Delivery Contract - Seals(pkg. of 6)

Package of 6 seals
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CCDC 31 - (2020) - Service Contract Between Owner and Consultant-Electronic

CCDC 31 - Service Contract Between Owner and Consultant is a standard service contract for use between Owner and consulting engineer. Originally adapted from the ACEC 31 at the request of ACEC, the document was updated in line with the existing CCDC principles and terminology, consistent with the CCDC 2. This contract allows for a variety of types of remuneration, including the use of fixed fees, fees based on the value of the Work, fees based on time-based rates, or any combination therein. The CCDC 31 clearly outlines the scope of the Consultant's Professional Services with Schedule A, which allows users to select the specific duties of the Consultant for the project
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CCDC 40 (2018) Rules for Mediation and Arbitration of Construction Disputes - Electronic Version

CCDC 40 - Rules for Mediation and Arbitration of Construction Disputes sets out specific methods for settling disputes incorporating the concepts of negotiation, mediation and arbitration to encourage speedy, inexpensive and voluntary resolutions of construction disputes. CCDC 40 has been incorporated by reference in CCDC contract forms, including CCDC 2. It is also a standalone document and can be used with other construction contract forms.
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CCDC 44 - (2016) Guide for the Use of CCDC 14 and CCDC 15 - Electronic Version

A guide document designed to assist users of CCDC 14 - 2013 and CCDC 15 - 2013
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CCDC 45 - A Guide to CCDC 5A - Construction Management Contract - For Services 2010 - Electronic Version

CCDC 45 2011 A Guide to CCDC 5A Construction Management Contract - for Services is a guide document designed to assist users of CCDC 5A - 2010.
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CCDC 46 - A Guide to CCDC 5B - Construction Management Contract - For Services and Construction - 2011 - Electronic Version

CCDC 46 - 2011 A Guide to CCDC 5B Construction Management Contract - for Services and Construction is a guide document designed to assist users of CCDC 5B - 2010.
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CCDC 47 - A Guide to CCDC 17 - Stipulated Price Contract Between Owner & Trade Contractor For Construction Management Projects - 2011 - Electronic Version

CCDC 47 - 2011 A Guide to CCDC 17 Stipulated Price Contract Between Owner and Trade Contractor for Construction Management Projects is a guide document designed to assist users of CCDC 17 - 2010.
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CCDC 48 (2002) A Guide to the use of CCDC 18 - Electronic Version

CCDC 48 - 2002 A Guide to the Use of CCDC 18-2002 is a guide document designed to assist users of CCDC 18 - 2001 Civil Works Contract.
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Series 100 - Intro and General - 2013 - Paper Version

A design-build overview from a glossary of design-build terms and acronyms to design-build variants and consultants roles.
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Document 110 - A Guide To the Transportation and Infrastructure Sector - 2018 - Paper Version

This guide contains three primary sections: procurement, design-build services contract and project execution that are unique to transportation projects.
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Series 200 - Procurement & Award - 2013

A guide to the procurement and award process for design-build projects from developing RFQs to copyright and patent issues. Also describes how to develop the Owner's Statement of Requirements and Selection Criteria
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Document 210 - RFP Guide - Paper Version

A guide for Owners to develop a Request for Proposal (RFP). It describes the principles and organization of the general requirements contained in a typical RFP.
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CCDC 220 (2002) Bid Bond - Paper Version

Standard surety bid bond form guaranteeing the bidder's intention to enter into a formal contract and to provide specified contract security if the bid is accepted.
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CCDC 221 (2002) Performance Bond - Paper Version

Standard surety performance bond form guaranteeing performance of the contract by the Contractor.
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CCDC 222 (2002 )Labour and Materials Payment Bond - Paper Version

Standard surety labour and material payment bond form guaranteeing that the Contractor will satisfy all labour and material payment obligations incurred in performing the contract.
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Series 300 - Responding to RFQ's & RFP's - 2004 - Paper Version

A guide designed to help design-builders to confidently and professionally respond to requests for Qualification (RFQ) and Request for Proposals (RFP).
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Document 310 - Conceptual Estimating - 2004 - Paper Version

A guide to conceptual estimating and how it plays a very important role in the design-build process.
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Series 400 - A Guide to Project Delivery -2009 - Paper Version

A guide designed to assist Owners and Design-Builders to understand the Design-Build process. The guide also includes a comprehensive list of Design-Build terminology, information on agreements, schedule & cash flow, payment, changes, dispute resolution, the role of authorities having jurisdiction, to mention a few.
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