Construction Management in Danger (CMAR) is an innovative approach to the implementation of construction projects, useful for the completion of projects of different sizes and values. Another way to see this written system is CM@risk or CM in danger. Although this term is similar to CMAR, it describes a kind of relationship and not a method of project preparation. In a relationship between the Construction Management Agency (CMA), the CM represents the client as a dedicated representative. The CM may, on behalf of the client, act in law to sign documents and make decisions specific to each project. This chapter describes design and design acquisition procedures using the Construction Manager at Risk (CMR) project preparation method. The criteria to consider in determining whether a project is a good candidate for the management of endangered construction are listed in Chapter 5. The client remains vulnerable to possible exclusions or inconsistencies in contract documents and the risk that he or she will not receive the best possible offer from contractors if the GMP is implemented before the start of the design phase. The benefits of buying and contracting with a CMAR company at the beginning of the design phase are numerous. First, the CMAR can act as a construction consultant and assist in value planning, cost estimation and design verification. The commitment of a dangerous CM offers several advantages to the owner. Many aspects of project risk execution are forwarded to the CMAR, which reduces the potential overall risks to the owner. As soon as the owner accepts the maximum price guaranteed by the company, any additional cost overruns become the commitment of the CMAR.
However, any changes made by the owner to the design or construction of the building are supported by the owner. Before the project is completed, the site manager is responsible for estimating costs. This increases the flexibility and adaptability of the design and scope of the project, as the project can be modified if cost, time and quality considerations are balanced. The customer is also able to make adjustments before prices are fully completed. This has the effect of making projects more collaborative, and design solutions tend to have a better buildability. The ENDANGERed CM may also highlight some points that should also be considered. This type of project presentation method may not work properly for smaller projects. In the early stages of the project and prior to the implementation of the GMP, there are sometimes uncertainties about the scope of the work included in the GMP. The At-Risk (CMAR) series of CMAA standard contract documents is used to establish contractual relationships between the parties when the site manager is responsible and is contractually obligated to the owner to respect the project schedule, costs and quality, as well as all other conditions set out in his contract contract.