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Skills training on masonry and plumbing for safe water access in BARMM The local government and partners from Timanan, South Upi conducted a skills training on masonry and plumbing with onsite demonstration under the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). (...) For plumbing, participants gained more knowledge and skills on proper embedding, lay outing and joining of pipes. Resource Person Municipal Engineer Richard Roy Gamino, partners and participants during the skills training workshop on masonry and plumbing with field demonstration. The training was also extended to Ke’minanam Luwey Wayeg Association (KLWA) , identified as community contractor in an adjacent barangay for the next subproject.
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Score: 2131908.2 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/eve...WCMS_758734/lang--en/index.htm
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Following an international competitive bidding process, the management contractor bid was awarded to Steiner SA, a Swiss contractor with an excellent record in large construction projects and, in particular, with the contractual methodology (guaranteed maximum price, open-book and sharing of savings) applying to the project. The contractor has been officially on site since the beginning of September 2015. 3. (...) The refitting works will start in earnest in November 2015, once the design has been reviewed and optimized with the management contractor. Revised project budget 7. In view of the offers received and the award of the contract to the management contractor, the project budget has been revised to reflect confirmed market prices and the scope of works.
Language:English
Score: 1963391.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_413825.pdf
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Therefore, it is essential to create an enabling environment in which small-scale contractors can effectively develop and run their business in the industry. (...) Contractor identification, registration and contract management Enabling classification and selection of contractors is of utmost importance for opening the public-sector construction market to emerging, small- and medium-sized contractors. Often, a government registration and classification system does not cater for the specific requirements of labour-based work methods, thus excluding contractors’ entrants to the sector (i.e. SMEs). Registration criteria may need to establish a special category within the existing classification system for those contractors.
Language:English
Score: 1716619.3 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...contracting/lang--en/index.htm
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Waste Cos. Electrical Cos. Plumbing Cos. AC/Heating Cos. Utility Cos. Engineers Hospitals, Medical Dentists Hotels Restaurants Supermarkets Office Space Comm. (...) January 2008 • TDC – Traditional Design & Construction – Private Sector Contractor Establishes On Fixed or Time & Materials Basis • O&M – Operate & Maintain – Govt Owns & Contractor Operates and Maintains • Lease, Develop & Operate (LDO) – Govt Builds, Leases to Contractor Who Invests, Operates & Expands & Gets Return on Investment • BOM – Build, Own & Maintain – Private Sector Builds, Owns, & Maintains & Government Leases & Operates With Public Staff • BOOT – Build, Own, Operate & Transfer – Private Sector, Builds, Owns, Operates & After Specified Period Transfers to Govt • BOO -- Build, Own & Operate – Same as Boot But Private Sector Owns Facility in Perpetuity, May Have Regulation & Price Controls • 11 www.globalcyberrisk.com Principles for P-PPs • Trust Among Participants (May Involve Legal Agreements) • Protection of Information from Disclosure • Sustainable Operations & Governance Model • Mutual Recognition of Clearances • Coordination Plans Between P-PPs & Points of Contact • Agreement on Retention of Data 12 www.globalcyberrisk.com THANK YOU!
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Score: 1651611 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...ublic-private-sofia-oct-08.pdf
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. • Ascertain effective quality control systems of the construction firm/contractor or company work in compliance with the rules and regulations of the Philippines’ Department of Education, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and UNESCO’s quality standards. • Provide necessary technical support in project management, including risk management, cost control, scheduling, monitoring and reporting of the construction of the GEC. • Review and update specification of works, develop guidelines for quality assurance and quality control system for the smooth implementation of the construction project’s components. • Develop daily and weekly monitoring checklists for the construction of Girls Education Centre and accomplish these checklists to show progress of the construction. • Undertake supervision during construction and delivery of construction materials that involves inspection and checks during and after construction activities namely: review of construction plans, designs and schemes; coordination of construction contractor’s activities; and other related tasks. • Supervise the testing of the materials and concrete pouring of all structures. • Supervise the electrical, plumbing and mechanical works of the construction project. • Monitor and evaluate the performance of services and activities provided and carried out by the construction project contractor. • Identify and manage risks, initiate corrective actions where necessary, to the benefit of Philippines’ Department of Education, KOICA, and UNESCO. 3 | 4 • Prepare daily, weekly and monthly accomplishments of the construction project as well as monthly billing and payment of the contractor. • Organise a regular monthly meeting with the construction project contractor, Philippines’ Department of Education and relevant partners. • Provide regular monthly progress report of the construction of the Girls Education Centre as well as other relevant information to the team. • Supervise and monitor construction progress and obligations to ensure the construction contractor and its personnel/workers are rendering the deliverables on schedule and payments are issued on time. • Develop a simple building maintenance plan for GEC that will be part of the handover documents to DepEd Regional Office VIII under the sustainability plan of GEC. (...) General Duties and Responsibilities • Assist in the amendment of the contract based on the revised structural plans and design of the Girls Education Center including additional costs with the Contractor for the execution of the construction activities. • Coordinate with operations and programmes’ required activities ensuring proper and timely actions from all stakeholders such as, UNESCO, Philippines’ Department of Education, the contractors, the engineering consultancy companies, and others. • In charge for monitoring and tracking the overall progress of the construction of the Girls Education Centre and the use of resources and report these progress to the team. • Perform other administrative assistance related to logistical, managerial, reportorial, and tasks in line with the project, among others. • Work closely with project staff based in Indonesia and Philippines related to construction project activities, such as provide the relevant and needed information, reports, documents, and data as required; follow up the financial and administrative reporting matters of the contractor. • Perform other tasks related to the project implementation as requested by the Director of UNESCO Jakarta and Head of Education Unit. (...) DELIVERABLES AND DEADLINES In reference to the duties and responsibilities outlined in this term of reference, the Construction Project Manager is expected to deliver during the contract duration the following outputs: • Monthly Monitoring and Technical Report. • Monthly Summary Accomplishment Report. • Monthly Construction Progress Report. • Monthly Narrative Report of the Construction Work. • Minutes of Regular Meeting with Contractor and Partners. • Quarterly Progress Report of the Construction Work. • Bi-annual Progress Report of the Construction Work. • Annual Progress Report of the Construction Work. • Handover Documents of Completed Construction Work. • Construction Completion Report. • Inauguration Ceremony Report. • Photo documentations and evidence during actual Construction Work.
Language:English
Score: 1622801.2 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...project_manager_-24jan2022.pdf
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. • Ascertain effective quality control systems of the construction firm/contractor or company work in compliance with the rules and regulations of the Philippines’ Department of Education, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and UNESCO’s quality standards. • Provide necessary technical support in project management, including risk management, cost control, scheduling, monitoring and reporting of the construction of the GEC. • Review and update specification of works, develop guidelines for quality assurance and quality control system for the smooth implementation of the construction project’s components. • Develop daily and weekly monitoring checklists for the construction of Girls Education Centre and accomplish these checklists to show progress of the construction. • Undertake supervision during construction and delivery of construction materials that involves inspection and checks during and after construction activities namely: review of construction plans, designs and schemes; coordination of construction contractor’s activities; and other related tasks. • Supervise the testing of the materials and concrete pouring of all structures. • Supervise the electrical, plumbing and mechanical works of the construction project. • Monitor and evaluate the performance of services and activities provided and carried out by the construction project contractor. • Identify and manage risks, initiate corrective actions where necessary, to the benefit of Philippines’ Department of Education, KOICA, and UNESCO. 3 | 4 • Prepare daily, weekly and monthly accomplishments of the construction project as well as monthly billing and payment of the contractor. • Organise a regular monthly meeting with the construction project contractor, Philippines’ Department of Education and relevant partners. • Provide regular monthly progress report of the construction of the Girls Education Centre as well as other relevant information to the team. • Supervise and monitor construction progress and obligations to ensure the construction contractor and its personnel/workers are rendering the deliverables on schedule and payments are issued on time. • Develop a simple building maintenance plan for GEC that will be part of the handover documents to DepEd Regional Office VIII under the sustainability plan of GEC. (...) General Duties and Responsibilities • Assist in the amendment of the contract based on the revised structural plans and design of the Girls Education Center including additional costs with the Contractor for the execution of the construction activities. • Coordinate with operations and programmes’ required activities ensuring proper and timely actions from all stakeholders such as, UNESCO, Philippines’ Department of Education, the contractors, the engineering consultancy companies, and others. • In charge for monitoring and tracking the overall progress of the construction of the Girls Education Centre and the use of resources and report these progress to the team. • Perform other administrative assistance related to logistical, managerial, reportorial, and tasks in line with the project, among others. • Work closely with project staff based in Indonesia and Philippines related to construction project activities, such as provide the relevant and needed information, reports, documents, and data as required; follow up the financial and administrative reporting matters of the contractor. • Perform other tasks related to the project implementation as requested by the Director of UNESCO Jakarta and Head of Education Unit. (...) DELIVERABLES AND DEADLINES In reference to the duties and responsibilities outlined in this term of reference, the Construction Project Manager is expected to deliver during the contract duration the following outputs: • Monthly Monitoring and Technical Report. • Monthly Summary Accomplishment Report. • Monthly Construction Progress Report. • Monthly Narrative Report of the Construction Work. • Minutes of Regular Meeting with Contractor and Partners. • Quarterly Progress Report of the Construction Work. • Bi-annual Progress Report of the Construction Work. • Annual Progress Report of the Construction Work. • Handover Documents of Completed Construction Work. • Construction Completion Report. • Inauguration Ceremony Report. • Photo documentations and evidence during actual Construction Work.
Language:English
Score: 1622801.2 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...project_manager_-11dec2021.pdf
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Present ly, howeve r, the main contractor has filed two notices of arbitration against the United Nat ions seeking indem nificat ion, in the event it is required to settle substantial claims from its subcontractor s. (...) In view of the ongoing litigations, Administration has delayed the closure of the CMP account till conclusion of the litigations. beanygu25 Stamp Managing tile campus The Umoja Preventive Maintenance module was implemented in Octob er 2017 for all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment installed by the capital master plan as well as for selected legacy systems.
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Score: 1576493.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...82019_Constr_CMP_AOC%20BOA.pdf
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Under the project, community contractors received wages covering 600 workdays, social protection benefits, health and accident insurance. The local government also helped provide skills training on construction, plumbing and masonry under the supervision of the municipal engineer. (...) To ensure safety and health in construction, the Ministry of Labor and Employment (MOLE) in BARMM provided occupational safety and health training. Community contractors used personal protective equipment, maintained physical distance and conducted daily health monitor.
Language:English
Score: 1569343.3 - www.ilo.org/tokyo/infor...WCMS_760237/lang--en/index.htm
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Under the project, community contractors received wages covering 600 workdays, social protection benefits, health and accident insurance. The local government also helped provide skills training on construction, plumbing and masonry under the supervision of the municipal engineer. (...) To ensure safety and health in construction, the Ministry of Labor and Employment (MOLE) in BARMM provided occupational safety and health training. Community contractors used personal protective equipment, maintained physical distance and conducted daily health monitor.
Language:English
Score: 1569343.3 - https://www.ilo.org/tokyo/info...WCMS_760237/lang--en/index.htm
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Under the project, community contractors received wages covering 600 workdays, social protection benefits, health and accident insurance. The local government also helped provide skills training on construction, plumbing and masonry under the supervision of the municipal engineer. (...) To ensure safety and health in construction, the Ministry of Labor and Employment (MOLE) in BARMM provided occupational safety and health training. Community contractors used personal protective equipment, maintained physical distance and conducted daily health monitor.
Language:English
Score: 1540887.7 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/pub...WCMS_760237/lang--en/index.htm
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