Study on the Construction Bidding Qualification Evaluation of Beijing

Bing XU, Peng FENG

Abstract


The Qualification Evaluation is an important part of construction project bidding activities. It can effectively improve the work efficiency of the bidding, reduce the bidding risk and ensure the smooth conduct of the bidding. Beijing is more rapid development of economic construction of the region. A large number of construction projects to public tender, and a large number of excellent engineering and contracting unit to participate in the bidding competition. Degree of standardization of the Qualification Evaluation system is related to its ability to play its due role. This article is to start from the concepts and procedures of the Qualification Evaluation. Using questionnaire method, this paper analyzes the current state of the Beijing project bidding Qualification Evaluation in-depth. It highlights their Qualification Evaluation requirements and the main problems. On this basis, it studies the domestic and international parts of Qualification Evaluation requirements and characteristics through comparative analysis. Finally, it puts forward suggestions and opinions on Beijing Qualification Evaluation requirements from the accreditation process, content and methods.

Keywords: Bidding; Qualification evaluation; Prequalification


Keywords


Bidding; Qualification evaluation; Prequalification

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.mse.1913035X20120604.Z2520

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