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Prepared by the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee (EJCDC).
CMA-052, Owner’s Instructions to Construction Manager Concerning Bonds and Insurance, presents model language for the owner’s use in responding to the construction manager’s request for written instructions from the owner regarding bond and insurance requirements to be included in the bidding/procurement and construction contract documents. The document is premised on owner using the Bonds/Insurance Excerpt (previously provided to owner by construction manager, as Attachment B to a letter based on CMA-051, Construction Manager’s Letter to Owner Requesting Instructions Concerning Bonds and Insurance, to provide key information, such as required insurance coverage limits, and make desired revisions to the insurance specifications in the excerpt.
The EJCDC Construction Manager as Advisor (CMA) document series is intended for projects in which the Owner’s primary representative during construction will be the Construction Manager as Advisor (CMA). The series is an alternative to the use of the EJCDC Construction series, on projects in which the engineer that prepared the design subsequently serves as the owner’s construction contract administrator. The Construction Manager as Advisor series of documents clarify the respective roles and responsibilities of the engineer and construction manager as advisor recognizing the contributions each makes to the design and delivery of a construction project. The CMA series is comprised of contract documents, administrative forms, bonds, and bidding/procurement documents.
EJCDC includes the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Council of Engineering Companies, the Professional Engineers in Private Practice Division of the National Society of Professional Engineers, the Associated General Contractors of America, and the participation of more than fifteen other professional engineering design, construction, owner, legal, and risk management organizations.
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