Pass the Construction Documents Technology exam (CDT®), and you’ll join an elite group of professionals known in the industry for their comprehensive knowledge of the writing and management of construction documents.
Earning your CDT® means:
* Respect from your peers as a result of your understanding of how a project unfolds from concept to delivery and the roles and relationships of all participants.
* Understanding the documentation involved – which drives effective communication among all members of the construction team.
In an effort to encourage specification writing expertise, here are a few questions to test your knowledge submitted by George Rosamond.
Certification Preparation Questions
Construction Process Overview
1. To be effective in communicating, specifications should be:
a. Complete, concise and correct.
b. Concise, clear and correct.
c. Clear, correct, complete and concise.
d. Concise. correct and complete.
2. The general clauses that establish how the project is to be administered are known as:
a. Conditions of the Contract.
b. General Conditions.
c. Supplementary Conditions.
3. A project‘s “Life Cycle” includes all of the following except:
4. Which of the following words should be capitalized in the specifications:
a. Architect/Engineer. Owner and Contractor.
b. Subcontractor, Owner, and Contractor.
c. Architect/Engineer, Contractor and Subcontractor.
d. Owner, Contractor and Supplier.
5. The term “Contract Documents” typically include:
a. Contract Forms.
d. All of the above.