PUBLIC WORKS LOW
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Knowledge and understanding:
At the end of the course, which requires the knowledge of the basic elements of law acquired during the degree course in Architectural Sciences, the student will have acquired specific knowledge in the field of public works law, thanks to the examination of "practical cases" pertaining to the profession of architect (whether as private professional, whether as an employee of the P.A.).
At the end of the course, the student will have good knowledge of public works law, related institutions and rules regarding the execution of public works contracts. The student will have acquired a discrete autonomy as regards the principal connected fulfillments concerning public works law.
In addition, the student (especially the attending student) will have developed a good knowledge of legal language.
Course contents summary
PUBLIC WORKS PLANNING AND DESIGN SELECTION PROCEDURES OF THE CONTRACTOR
Subjects admitted to tendering procedures: sole proprietorships, temporary joint enterprises, permanent consortium
Procedure, award criteria and awarding committees, selection procedures, contracts
Public works contract
Terms of execution
Dispute settlements, amicable settlements and arbitration court
Public work inspection
Public works contract end
F. Dani, Discipline giuridiche per l’architettura – Territorio, pianificazione e opere pubbliche, G.Giappichelli Editore, Torino 2013 (Third part – Public works).
A. Crosetti, A.Police, M.R. Spasiano, Diritto Urbanistico e dei lavori pubblici, Torino, 2007 (part regarding public works).
Further teaching materials:
- laws (available at educational center);
- notes (available at educational center).
The course consists of oral lessons.
During the lessons, we will proceed to make an analysis of the applicable laws and significant institutions.
There will also be some "practical" lessons with the participation of authoritative representatives of public administrations.
Assessment methods and criteria
The examination will consist of an oral exam concerning the contents of the lessons.
The questions shall be aimed at verifying the knowledge of the student learned during the course as well as his ability to reason, to correlate the various topics and issues, to solve “practical” cases (skills).