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HRS Delivery System Analysis
HRS created this matrix to clearly identify the differences between various Contract Delivery Systems. Much of this is based upon accepted AIA standards. The benefits and disadvantages of one methodology verses another can be weighed within the context of this matrix.
Sample HRS Change Order Worksheet
This sample worksheet is a key element to successfully negotiating change orders on large scale projects. This example is a $6 million dollar OSHPD change order that would have been too ominous to track without the proper tools and is based on an actual change order. The names of the parties have been changed.
Sample HRS Contractor Budget Monitor
This is one of many formats available to us based on size and scope of a given project. This is costing for an OSHPD Post Approval Document. What is viewed here is the summary sheet. The detail tabs for each CSI code are hidden from view, but the total values for each trade carry to the summary sheet. HRS and the Owner can review detailed costs and require the contractor to provide clarifications as needed.
Sample HRS General Condition Worksheet
A key tool for the CM and the Owner, as it depicts, at a given level of detail, the general contractor’s indirect costs associated with mobilization, demobilization and on-going costs through the course of construction. This is a somewhat simple version. There are many others available with varying levels of complexity.
Sample HRS Project Schedule
One of the most valuable tools for the CM is the schedule. This represents just one of many formats available. There are master and detailed schedules that depict various activities and that ultimately define the critical path of the project in general, as well as the work to be undertaken.
Sample HRS ROM Estimate
Occasionally there is a need to provide “Rough Order of Magnitude” pricing for work not yet commissioned. This enables an owner to decide if the work desired to be undertaken can be executed within the framework of a given budget. This is an example of one provided for an international food court. By scrolling through the pages, one can see the detailed costing of independent components of the proposed work. Ultimately, these individual values carry forward to the Summary sheet as an expression of the total estimated cost, or ROM estimate.