Federal Construction Contracting Made Easy

Federal Construction Contracting Made Easy

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Follow the Path to Success in Federal Construction Contracting Opportunities abound in federal government construction contracting, but the devil is in the details. Companies performing work for the federal government must plan and operate based on very specific guidelines and regulations. Knowing how to work within those strict parameters makes the difference between success and failure. Federal Construction Contracting Made Easy is your road map to successfully identifying, planning, and completing government construction projects. This book guides you in finding opportunities, preparing winning proposals, and staying in compliance on construction projects. It is the one resource you will need to work in this competitive arena. The book provides guidance on: Understanding the Federal Acquisition Regulation and knowing when and how to use it for your benefit and protection Preparing quality control and safety programs that comply with federal regulations and processes Determining when a change order is required and how to price and properly process Identifying a claim and knowing how to process it Federal Construction Contracting Made Easy is an invaluable resource for construction firms, architect/engineer firms, subcontractors, and vendors that want to do business with the federal government. Plus! A handy glossary of terms is included. Bonus: Federal Construction Contracting Made Easy: A Field Guide to the FAR is available as a supplement for project superintendents. Contents Finding and Understanding the Solicitation a€c Building a Strategy and Developing a Proposal a€c Contracts a€c Design a€c Quality Control a€c Safety a€c Contract Clauses a€c Modification Proposals a€c Claims a€c Acronyms a€c Government Contract Glossary About the Author Stan Uhlig, founder and owner of Federal Construction Consultants, is a leading expert who began his extensive career as a Seabee in Vietnam. During his 37 years as a contractor to the Department of Defense, Stan worked as a chief engineer, senior project manager, and general manager of operations. The founder of a multimillion-dollar construction business, he has successfully completed some of the largest and most complex government construction contracts at home and abroad.Safety Program and Safety Plans Accident Prevention Plan EM 385-1-1 Safety Manual Contractor and Subcontractor Safety ... Although EM 385-1-1 is a USACE manual, all the agencies in the federal government normally require its use.

Title:Federal Construction Contracting Made Easy
Author:Stan Uhlig
Publisher:Do Sustainability - 2012-02-01


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