||Construction industry has been like a locomotive in leading Taiwan’s industrial growth and influencing the development of Taiwan’s economy. In facing current fierce competition and external environment, organizations not only have to strive for sustaining the business but also ensure the construction quality, project management and after-sales services for maintaining the corporate image and becoming a source of future profit. How to continuously improve the effectiveness and quality of each individual construction project has been an eventual goal to achieve|
Public constructions engineering have been the major business contributing to most of the civil engineering and construction companies. Once the firm wins the bidding case, quite many processes will be kicked off including material previewing, procurement, on construction and final acceptance. These processes are inherent with risks causing the obstacle in monthly payment of the engineering project fee. Government law of public procurement has been exercising for many years and creating process visibility to a certain extent with least bribery case.
This research report is to elaborate the situations of citing and interpreting these Government laws of public procurement and general rules of the civil law to ensure the activities in the whole project life cycle are law-abiding. The private firms need be cautious of every detail and written notifications are compulsory to protect not only the company’s own benefits but also the in-charge personnel or unit in the government agency in reciprocal.
This research studies include respective bidding scenario of “the-Lowest-price-gain bidding” and “bidding by panel review decision” bases on cases of T-city. This report is to provide a project management framework of public construction case and personal suggestions for the existing firms or new comers from a stand point of contractors’ point of view.
Key words: Construction industry, public construction engineering, government law of public procurement, the-Lowest-price-gain bidding, bidding by panel review decision.