Job Cost Manager Download Free Latest Version 2024

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Job Cost Manager has been designed for the contractor that needs to estimate, control, and manage job costs in a simple and effective manner. An Excel spreadsheet is designed to accurately forecast job cost estimates for labor by square foot or by hour. It features a complete listing of materials for the job and other direct costs. An overhead factor is added so that the true cost of the job is determined. Then the estimator adds a profit.

A Cost Manager, also referred to as a Quantity Surveyor, is an integral part of a construction team. In this dynamic and multifaceted role, Cost Managers are involved all aspects of construction. Beginning with the capital expenditure phase of a building or facility, which includes the feasibility, design and construction phases, and can also be involved with the extension, refurbishment, maintenance and demolition of a facility.

Cost Manager work varied roles such as a consultant in private practice, for a developer or in the development arm of a major organization (e.g. retailer, manufacturer, utility company or airport), for a public-sector body or for a loss adjuster. On the contracting side, you could be working for a major national or international contractor, a local or regional general contractor, for a specialist contractor or sub-contractor, or for a management style contractor.

Explore what Cost Managers do

  • Preparing feasibility studies or development appraisals
  • Assessing capital and revenue expenditure over the whole life of a facility
  • Advising clients on ways of procuring the project
  • Advising on the setting of budgets
  • Monitoring design development against planned expenditure
  • Conducting value management and engineering exercises
  • Managing and analyzing risk
  • Managing the procurement and tendering process
  • Preparing contractual documentation
  • Controlling cost during the construction process
  • Managing the commercial success of a project for a contractor
  • Valuing construction work for interim payments, valuing change, assessing or compiling claims for loss and expense and agreeing final accounts
  • Negotiating with interested parties
  • Giving advice on the avoidance and settlement of disputes.

Procurement and tendering

  • Define the relationship between the way a project is structured and delivered in terms of risk allocation and contractual relationships
  • Explain how tendering processes are used to establish contract price
  • Compare the different types of procurement and tendering commonly used in construction
  • Assess the advantages and disadvantages of the different type of types of procurement and tendering processes
  • Chose the appropriate type of procurement and tendering process based on the project type

Design economics and cost planning

  • Define a cost plan
  • Explain how cost plans are developed and their overall importance to the construction project.
  • Describe the contents of a cost plan
  • Relate various estimating stages and with stages of the design process
  • Examine the factors that affect cost planning, building costs and costs over the lifespan of a building
  • Describe how costs in a cost plan are grouped (CSI trade codes)
  • Knowledge of how cost data is collected and processed
  • Understanding of whole life costing, sustainability and the classification of costs

Quantification and costing of construction works

  • Describe the principles of how projects are quantified and costed
  • Identify of the various pricing schedules and when they are used and utilized
  • Determine what is included in a pricing schedule
  • Identify how measurements are obtained and how drawings are ‘taken off’
  • Identify standard methods of measurement and how standardisation is used – ICMS, NRM.
  • Preparing and issue pricing documentations.
  • Create a bid form and capture project specifics
  • Define how construction works are valued during the course of a project

Construction law and standard forms of contract

  • Identify various forms of contract used in the construction industry and specifically the North American market
  • Describe the obligations, roles and responsibilities and duties imposed on parties under contracts
  • Identify how the procurement/tender route impacts the selection of the appropriate form of contract and vice versa.
  • Identify the principles of contact law and how contracts are agreed / executed.
  • Describe contract procedures deal with time, quality and value and their link to procurement and tendering.
  • Describe of how contracts deal with dispute resolution and termination
  • Define common contractual terms, clauses and mechanisms including bonds, insurances and damages.
  • Define letters of intent – when and why they are used and how they stand in contract law.
  • Identify contract documents are and how they sit in the contract.

Project financial control and reporting

  • Apply construction cost control methods and procedures
  • Identify what a project cost report looks like, what it includes and what it shows
  • Describe how contingency is managed and reported against.
  • Define change order management and how change orders are valued, reviewed, recorded and agreed
  • Describe how cost controls are implemented to manage cost, risk and schedule
  • Identify cash flow forecasts and how and why they are used
  • Define cost/value analysis
  • Define final accounts and post project cost reporting

    WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 1.6

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