This is a brief Powerpoint presentation of the model for building community disaster resilience developed by the nonprofit, Community in Crisis, Inc. (www.communityincrisis.org) It is designed for town leaders, managers, churches, civic groups, organizations, emergency management, CERT Team Leaders, Citizen Corp, and other entities to use as a template for creating their own grassroots disaster preparedness plan that is compatible with the Incident Command System used in their own state or region. It is strongly advised that you discuss your options with your local emergency management authorities prior to intiating any community disaster planning, as their input and knowledge can be valuable to you.
3 Courses: Project Delivery Methods for Water & Wastewater Infrastructure, Design-Build and Construction Management at Risk - Presented by Charles "Chuck" Williams Conducting the Procurement Process for Design-Build and CMAR Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Projects - Presented by Bryan Bedell Managing Risk & Liability for Alternative Delivery Water / Wastewater Infrastructure - Presented by Peter Hughes
Conducting the Procurement Process for Design-Build and CMAR Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Projects
Conducting the Design-Build and CMAR Procurement Process for Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Projects outlines the major steps in which a successful procurement process for Design-build and CMAR projects for the water and wastewater infrastructure should occur. The contents of this video and materials are intended to provide knowledge and information about: A decision-making process on a Project Delivery Method for Water or Wastewater Infrastructure Projects Addressing the steps Owner’s take in Planning for a Design-Build and CMAR project, including critical factors for success. Conduct a successful procurement process for a design-build (DB) or construction management-at-risk (CMAR) project Developing an RFQ and RFP for a DB/CMAR project Employing effective, commonly-used evaluation criteria for your project, and Conducting and participating in the scoring and selection process for a design-build firm
Managing Risk and Liability discusses the risk allocation and liability in design-build and CMAR water infrastructure projects and offers practical suggestions for applying, where appropriate, key principles of allocating risks to the party best able to control or finance them. It defines: Risk issues for Owners and Design-Builders or those involved in CMAR water infrastructure projects, What undesirable events may occur, How likely is it that they will occur, If they do occur, how severe will the adverse impact be, How should the risks be managed and/or mitigated, and What party is best able to mitigate or absorb each risk