Construction Document Technician (CDT)
This book deals with interpreting information conveyed from the architect/engineer to the contractor by way of a legal document and with implementing that fundamental understanding. It discusses the many components of the legal agreement that binds the parties in a construction project:
- working drawings
- contract requirements of the Project Manual
A comprehensive understanding of the project’s construction documents is necessary to prepare an estimate for submitting a bid and to prepare a project schedule for controlling costs after the contract is awarded.
*Construction Document Technician (CDT) is formerly known as
Construction Document Specialist (CDS) Part 1 – Construction Working Drawings and Project Manual
CDT is recognized as a quality education program by ACCE, American Council for Construction Education