Managing the Request for Proposal Process

This book presents a step-by-step process for executing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for negotiated contracts. Sample formats and spreadsheets are included to illustrate various aspects of the process and to enhance the reader’s understanding, but they are not intended to be definitive.

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Request for Proposal Process

This book teaches everything needed to manage the negotiated contract RFP process, adroitly and with maximum economic benefit. Inside, the Author shows you how negotiated contract RFPs can:

Turn construction projects into collaborations, not competitions
Improve project coordination and teamwork by bringing the contractor aboard when design work is about 10% complete
Streamline and trim project costs with early-on architect/engineer and contractor cooperation and input
Virtually eliminate costly and frustrating midproject redesign
Get better on-time and on-budget project performance
Enhance marketing and project management functions
Improve materials selection, quality of construction, and end-result satisfaction
Reduce paperwork and upfront costs


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