Engineer's Procurement Manual For Major Plant Equipment / Edition 1by Robert C. Leeser
Pub. Date: 02/27/1996
Publisher: Pearson Technology Group 2
It is surprising how many engineers cannot evaluate bids properly, and therefore award contracts for major equipment based solely on the lowest price received. This book provides valuable and practical “hands on” guidance on engineering procurement formation techniques, from planning to placing the contract, in the mechanical, electrical,/b>
It is surprising how many engineers cannot evaluate bids properly, and therefore award contracts for major equipment based solely on the lowest price received. This book provides valuable and practical “hands on” guidance on engineering procurement formation techniques, from planning to placing the contract, in the mechanical, electrical, process, and mining fields. This book is unique in that it covers both the commercial (legal and financial), and technical aspects of an engineering contract for the acquisition of major plant equipment. For plant engineers, plant owners, legal counsel, upper levels of management who approve the bid evaluation and recommendation, and equipment suppliers who bear heavy costs for bid preparation.
- Pearson Technology Group 2
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- Edition description:
- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.77(d)
Table of Contents
PART 1: PRINCIPLES OF PROCUREMENT FORMATION.
Elements of Procurement Contracts.
Overview of Procurement by Competitive Bidding.
The Key Documents.
PART 2: PROCEDURES FOR PROCUREMENT FORMATION.
Strategic Planning Procedures.
Compiling the Contract Conditions for Procurements.
Developing the Commercial Terms Relating to Procurements.
Preparing the Technical Specification.
Drafting the Requirements for Bidding.
Managing the Bidding Period.
Receiving and Opening Bids.
Preparing the Bid Evaluation and Drafting the Bid Recommendation Report.
Finalizing the Contract Documents and Placing the Contract.
PART 3: THE ROLE OF THE SECURITIES IN THE PROCUREMENT.
Bid and Contract Securities.
PART 4: SPECIFICATION WRITING AND PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES.
Specification Style and Document Form.
PART 5: DOCUMENTS FOR A SAMPLE PROCUREMENT.
Introduction to the Sample Procurement.
A Series of Completed Documents for the Sample Procurement.
Appendix A: Locator Guide for Key Subject Matter in Bidding and Contract Documents.
Appendix B: SI Units and Conversions.
Appendix C: Trade Terms.
Appendix D: Common Abbreviations and Unit Symbols Used In Technical Documents.
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