Following the Design Development, the construction document phase focuses on providing information in the form of final drawings and specifications that enables permitting by authorities having jurisdiction, as well as bidding and construction of the project by a qualified builder.
The project may proceed into the Bidding & Negotiation and Construction Contract Administration phases with the Trustee’s approval of the Contract Documents.
Information presented in various deliverables need to be organized and easily followed. Refer to Exhibit D, California State University Procedure Guide for Capital Projects, for the minimum requirements for Construction Documents.
Campus designated staff shall attend all meetings to insure campus representation and provide guidance to Design-Build team per previsions of the contract.
The Construction Manager shall perform constructibility reviews and issue constructibility reports and comments as well as a construction cost estimate at 50% CDs.
The 95% Construction Documents are the final coordinated set of documents without the regulatory agencies approvals.
The 95% designation is solely to acknowledge that the documents have not received the agency approvals. All documents should have been thoroughly checked, coordinated, and revised. It is recommended that 95% CD designation not be incorporated into the sheet title as it is confusing to the reviewing entities.
The construction manager shall provide full and complete construction cost estimate and constructability review report at 95% CDs.
The 100% Construction Documents are the final coordinated set of documents with the regulatory agencies approvals.
At the 100% Construction Documents phase and prior to bidding, the CM shall submit its constructability documentation to the Trustees to demonstrate that all CM comments have been appropriately addressed and incorporated into the construction documents