Posted: September 3rd, 2015
. Conduct on-site supervision of building and construction projects
Using the documentation for Project 1, the contract you chose for Q6 of the written assessment in CPCCBC4003A and the following project information, complete the following:
a. A schedule of contract works.
The trade break up and their respective values have been given to you. The % complete column has also been included and this reflects the work completed by the end of month 3. You are required to complete the ‘Value complete $’ column.
(Already I have done this part which shows in the below table in green highlight)
Schedule of Contract Works
TRADE AREA VALUE
($) % COMPLETE VALUE ($) COMPLETE
Preliminaries 25000 60 15000
Excavator 5000 100 5000
Concreter 19000 100 19000
Bricklayer 24000 100 24000
Carpenter 43000 73 31390
Joiner 15000 0 0
Doors and Windows 26000 82 21320
Roofer 16000 65 10400
Linings/Insulation 20000 8 1600
Electrician (Provisional Sum) 24000 16 3840
Plumber and Drainer (Provisional sum) 24000 15 3600
Tiler 12000 0 0
Painter 10000 0 0
Landscaper (Provisional sum) 12000 0 0
CONTRACT SUM 275000 135150
b. A progress claim for month 3, using the schedule of contract works given above and your calculations of the ‘Value Complete $’ column you worked out in Q1a.
You will need to refer to the Project Information on the following pages to help you complete the progress claim. Your progress claim is to reflect the relevant clauses of the contract you chose to use in Q4 of Assessment 1 for CPCCBC4003A regarding date of progress claims and the terms of payment. NB: If the contract you chose for this assessment did not include a clause for retention, you are to assume that it is a requirement. You are to allow for the standard retention deduction of “10% of the progress claim up to 5% of the contract sum”.
Please show your work how to calculate in typing and how you get the answers.
A variation (requested in week 20) for the front fence detailed on the Page 2 of the site plan. The high brick fence with open form metal infill panels to the front and part of the side boundaries. The fence is to run along the front building line on both sides and along the front boundary. A 1m wide gate is to be included to the front fence. A gate is also to be included for the vehicular access. This gate is to be a 5 metre wide metal gate. You are required to work out the value of the variation given the following information:
• The value (excluding margin and GST) for the labour component of the variation is $4370.
• The value (excluding margin and GST) for the material component of the variation is $5340.
Allow for a profit and overhead margin of 12%. Ensure that you also show GST and the final amount of the variation including the 12% margin and GST.
c. A final account for the project. You will need to use the Project Information table on the following pages to complete your final account.
Contract Sum $275 000
Contract Duration 26 weeks
Progress Claims received
Month 1(including deposit) $31 680
Month 2 $48 465
Month 3 See Question 1b
Month 4 $59 815
Month 5 $26 100
Month 6 $36 600
Month 7 Final Payment Question 1d
Variation #1 – Requested Week 4 Supply and install external wall feature $2510
Variation #2 – Requested Week 12 Additional Painting $3700
Variation #3 – Requested Week 20 Front and side return Fence Value found in Q1c
Variation #4 – Requested Week 21 Window furnishings to windows (shutters) $9800
Variation #5 – Requested Week 21 Delete tiling to family room ($2700)
Adjustments to PC Items
Bath (1 off) Allowed $1925 Actual $1900
Vanity (3 off) Allowed $700 Actual $919
Toilet (3 off) Allowed $2100 Actual $2250
Adjustments to Provisional sums
Electrician Allowed $24000 Actual $22 000
Plumber and drainer Allowed $24 000 Actual $25 000
Landscaper Allowed $12 000 Actual $14 190
Retention 5% of contract sum taken at 10% of progress claims until 5% reached 50% of the retention released on practical completion. Remaining 50% of the retention is released at the end of the defects liability period.
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