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									                 Work Type Definition and Submittal Requirements
                      11.8 Construction Project Scheduling

                              Work Type Definition

Page 1 details the work type definition. In order to become pre-qualified for this work type,
            please see the “Work Type Submittal Requirements” on pages 2-3.

   I.      Description
           A. Develop and/or maintain construction schedule utilizing the Critical Path
              Method (CPM) and other scheduling tools.
               Critical Path Method (CPM) Schedule Review – evaluate construction
                  contractor’s baseline CPM schedule for contract compliance and
                  necessary requirements.
               Perform schedule analysis – analyze/develop potential construction
                  schedules with respect to required contract milestones and contract
                  completion. Project analysis will incorporate all major construction
                  activities and identify contract interdependencies and logic relationships.
               Review CPM Schedule – review the contractor’s schedule updates.
                  Review will identify delays or impacts to the project.
               Provide expertise and consultation on schedule analysis involving dispute
                  resolution. Assist State’s project staff in analyzing and mitigating claims.
               Assist MnDOT in preparing partial vouchers based on progress on
                  submitted CPM schedule.

   II.     Standards and Specifications
           Standards and specifications required for a project under this work type may
           include the following:
           A. All work is in compliance with MnDOT policy and procedures and industry
           B. The work must comply with all project specific requirements and include
               sufficient level of detail, as dictated by the project scope, size, geographic
               locations & background conditions.

   III.    Provided By MnDOT
           Information to be supplied by MnDOT for a project may include the following:
           A. All MnDOT plans, policies, manuals and contract documents as necessary.

   IV.     Provided by Consultant
           Deliverables to be supplied by the consultant for a project may include the
           A. Construction Project Scheduling reports and documents.
           B. Analytical report of update schedule using approved CPM analysis
           C. Report on whether schedule complies with contract requirements.
           D. Ad hoc reports as requested by engineer.

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                       Work Type Submittal Requirements
     A consultant firm becomes pre-qualified based on the qualifications of the personnel
          that are employed by the firm and by meeting the demonstrated equipment
                                  Key Personnel Requirements
Minimum Number of Staff:  At least one civil engineer with applicable experience

Professional                    At least one engineer must be a Minnesota Board Registered
Certification/Licensure:         Professional Civil Engineer.

                            Work Type Submittal Requirements*
I. Resume and Relevant       A. Complete Parts, 1, 1A, and 2 of form PQ1
   Project Experience
   Form (Form PQ1)           Part 1: Fill out general information and names of personnel,
                             including other professional and technical support personnel.
  Submit in Word format
                             Part 1A: Fill out for each person listed in Part 1. Experience listed
                             must demonstrate at least five years of heavy/highway
                             engineering/technical experience and five years of CPM project
                             scheduling experience. Experience must include:
                              Evaluating baseline CPM schedules for contract compliance
                              Developing CPM schedules
                              Reviewing CPM schedules
                              Analyzing CPM schedules for dispute resolutions
                              Heavy/highway construction experience

                             Experience of the qualified staff must be demonstrated by reference
                             to completed projects in the activities for which pre-qualification is

                             Part 2: Project Examples are not applicable to this work type.
                             Qualifying experience of staff in the category/level of work must be
                             documented in part 1A.

                             Part 3: Not applicable for this work type.

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II. Proof of Professional         A. Provide current copies of applicable Professional Certification/
    Certification/                   Licensure.

      Submit in PDF format

                                 *Work Type Submittal Instructions:
      Create a CD or flash drive that includes the following individual files or folders in this order:

I.        Resume and Relevant Project Experience Form (Form PQ1)
II.       Proof of Professional Certification/Licensure

                       Each file should be saved in the format identified above.
                               Submit 5 copies of the CD or flash drive.

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