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Contract Scope and Contract Requirements Definition

Contract Scope and Contract Requirements (CSCR), is a term used to described the collated: Contract Scope, and the Contract Requirements which includes the functional and operational requirements of the contract, the construction constraints and the technical requirements including the Master Specification and any Master Specification adjustments. Click the definition hyperlink for further details.

The Contract Scope and Contract Requirements (CSCR) describes the documents below once collated for inclusion in the tender documentation.

  • Contract Scope - defines the extent, range, coverage, area or space of the contract works.
  • Contract Requirements – the service, capability or feature that the Contract has to deliver including the following:
    • Functional and Operational Requirements: describes the specific functional operational requirements the Contract has to achieve. These are derived from the high level objectives and outcomes (the solution) intended for the contract that are documented in the Business Requirements. Operational Requirements will detail how the project will be operated as part of the broader transport system and in doing so, how it will deliver on the objectives and outcomes for the project.
    • Technical Requirements which includes the following:
      • Master Specification – the DPTI specification for infrastructure consisting of standard parts that describe the technical and professional service, capability and features the contract has to deliver. It includes technical standards.
      • Master Specification Adjustments – Supplementary document(s) that describes an adjustment to the technical requirements of the contract documented in the Master Specification, either through removal, addition or change.
      • Construction Constraints: documents the constraints associated with the construction phase of the project including (but not limited to) planning, statutory, access and work hour constraints.
    • Construction Constraints: documents the constraints associated with the construction phase of the project including (but not limited to) planning, statutory, access and work hour constraints