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Select - Consultant Performance Evaluation Report Form (CPERF)

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Project Manager

Contract Information:

  Category Scale Points
Design

This is the rating of the quality of the design.

Unacceptable: 0-5

Not Satisfactory: 6-10

Satisfactory: 11-16

Superior: 17-20


Quality of results
This is the rating of the quality of not only the final deliverable but also the deliverables throughout the various stages of the project.

Unacceptable: 0-5

Not Satisfactory: 6-10

Satisfactory: 11-16

Superior: 17-20

Management
This is the rating of how the project was managed including the project delivery, and overall consultant services.

Unacceptable: 0-5

Not Satisfactory: 6-10

Satisfactory: 11-16

Superior: 17-20


Time

This is the rating of time planning and schedule control.

Unacceptable: 0-5

Not Satisfactory: 6-10

Satisfactory: 11-16

Superior: 17-20

Cost
This is the rating of the quality of cost planning and control during the life of the project.

Unacceptable: 0-5

Not Satisfactory: 6-10

Satisfactory: 11-16

Superior: 17-20


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Total points 0/100


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Instructions and additional information (Select -Consultant Performance Evaluation Report)

Design

The following items should be considered:

  • Understanding of the project objectives and constraints
  • Thoroughness of and logical approach in problem analysis and exploration of alternatives
  • Appropriateness of concept and sensitivity to context (physical and non-physical, image, site, geography, function, client, etc.)
  • Functional/technical requirements: effectiveness of concept in providing for functional and technical requirements, including flexibility and expansion
  • Aesthetic/spatial qualities and/or engineering "elegance"
  • Functional performance for users: efficiency, safety, comfort and convenience, ease of operation and maintenance including engineering and architectural support elements/services
  • Building science and engineering technology: equipment and construction systems, materials selections and detailing conducive to efficient construction and good life-cycle performance/economics; judgment in balancing between use of new technology vs. reliance on proven technology

Quality of results

The following items should be considered:

  • Responsiveness to PWGSC/Client input
  • Coverage of all aspects of process (all technical issues addressed, approval authorities, departmental procedures, etc.)
  • Quality of studies including: comprehensive investigation work, logical analysis, firm and substantiated recommendations, clarity of presentation
  • Quality of working documents (completeness, accuracy, co-ordination)
  • Quality control on construction
  • Contract administration -correctness, timeliness

Management

The extent to which the firm takes charge of and effectively manages the work has a direct effect on the inputs required of PWGSC. Consideration should be given to:

  • Delivery of a comprehensive, reliable and effective service in a responsive, orderly and "surprise free" manner
  • Appropriate understanding of the Consultant role, within the context of PWGSC's operating environment and objectives and of the needs of the project
  • Application of initiative, judgement and attentiveness in providing services
  • Management of Consultant team: leadership, efficiency, fairness, and ensuring proper level of service
  • Co-ordination of sub-consultants, if applicable
  • Sensitivity of external factors: awareness of current conditions in the building industry and in the local community, and use of this informationfor the benefit of the project

Time

For the purpose of evaluating the firm's time performance, consideration must be given to conditions beyond the firm's control including PWGSC / Contractor / Client Performance. The Project Manager is to consider whether the following was provided:

  • Timely and accurate progress reporting
  • On-schedule delivery of services in every stage

Cost

The following items should be considered:

  • Management of the design development within cost plan
  • Timeliness of estimating and cost plan monitoring
  • Final project estimate vs. Actual (established at award)
  • Application of value engineering to design decisions, if applicable
  • Appropriate balance of cost between estimate elements