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Academic Year 2012/13
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Law and economics in public works
1st degree and Bachelor-level of the Bologna process in Aerospace Engineering - Torino
1st degree and Bachelor-level of the Bologna process in Biomedical Engineering - Torino
1st degree and Bachelor-level of the Bologna process in Mechanical Engineering - Mondovi'
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Teacher Status SSD Les Ex Lab Tut Years teaching
Caposio Guido ORARIO RICEVIMENTO     48 12 0 0 2
SSD CFU Activities Area context
ICAR/04 6 D - A scelta dello studente A scelta dello studente
Subject fundamentals
The DIRITTO ED ECONOMIA NEI LAVORI PUBBLICI course is for students at the third year of the Engineering
degree. The aim of the course is to support a strong knowledge in project planning, project developing and problems
solving for public contracts, as well as for services and supplies.
Please note that the meaning of the following words is:
• Public Works: new construction, demolition, maintenance in local and linear works;
• Supplies for public works: activities related to the purchase, the lease with or without the option to buy the
final products;
• Services in public works: activities related to service quality (maintenance and repair, air-land transport,
engineering and architecture, etc.)
The main aim of the course is to provide the basic background for professional figures, inserted in the staff of public
structures, engineering companies or companies with ability to plan, direct, and control either public works services or
supplies.
The course is also indicated for professional figures as project manager or contractor.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course students will acquire the methodology to perform the following professional duties:
• Preliminary planning and design of the study for public works in the fields of hydraulic engineering, urban
construction, engineering of transport infrastructure, geotechnical construction, cultural and environmental
heritage;
• Final design and accomplishment of public works in the fields of hydraulic engineering, urban construction,
plant transport infrastructure, geotechnical construction, cultural and environmental heritage;
• Project Analysis (financial plan);
• Selection in the assignment of public works (contracts, integrated procurement, economics, concession, general
contractor) as well as of contractors (open, restricted, negotiated) for public works;
• Supervision of the project;
• Supervision of the quality production and supplies control.
Prerequisites / Assumed knowledge
There are not any specific prerequisites required.
Contents
The course addresses the basis for project planning, project developing and problems solving for public contracts, as
well as for services and supplies.
The course is divided into two sections: 1) general rules and regulations for public works execution; 2) the contractor
negotiations and contract submission.
In the section covering general rules and regulations for public works execution students will be trained on the
following topics:
Regulatory rules and guidelines for contract development:
• existing rules and regulation for public works (code of public contracts, services and supplies in the Directives
2004/17/EC and 2004/18/EC) and guidelines for the development of the contract;
Definitions, classification, methods of construction of Public Works
• Public work, the work of public utilities, public works, supplies, services.
• Classification of hydraulic public work construction, urban construction, engineering, transport infrastructure,
geotechnical construction, cultural and environmental impact, strategic infrastructure and facilities production;
• Systems of public works (contracts, integrated procurement, economics, concession, general contractor).
• The financial aspects.
Control and programming.
• Figures involved in the supervision and control.
• Planning of public works and three-year plans.
Projects, plans and contracts for the design
• Preliminary project, feasibility and drafting of the study.
• Final design and preparation of the final contract document.
• Executive design and presentation of the final document..
• Safety, security plan, the quality plan.
• Maintenance and maintenance plan.
• Contract design.
Subjects of the contract for Public Works and quality system.
• Subjects of the contract and their qualifications.
• Completed contract.
The section on contractor negotiations and contract submission is structured to train students on the essential elements
on the following topics:
Preliminary negotiations of the contract.
• Public notice of work.
• Preliminary contract negotiation.
• Financial planning of the contract.
Options chosen by the contractor
• Open procedure.
• Restricted procedure.
• Negotiated procedure.
• Competitive dialogue.
Training and conclusion of the contract.
• Award.
• Terms of time of the conclusion.
• Content of the contract.
Delivery modes
The exercises are developed in the classroom by the students using a text book as well as class-notes and handouts. The
exercises will be reviewed during classes and the class exercises will start after a period of training.
Texts, readings, handouts and other learning resources
Reading List
The teacher provides the students a copy of the following documents: handouts on key topics of the course (slides),
laws, rules, regulations, copies of all cards projected.
Help texts (for more information)
• A. Valentinetti, La pratica amministrativa e contabile nella condotta di opere pubbliche, Ed. Vannini – Brescia.
• Antonio Cianflone, L'appalto di opere pubblicheEd A. Giuffrè – Milano.
• Archivio Giuridico delle opere pubbliche - Promedi Via Nicotera, 29 - Roma.
• Giancarlo Borgogno, Normativa tecnica, Edizioni Tecniche, via Cuneo 16/a , 12011 Borgo San Dalmazzo
(Cuneo).
Assessment and grading criteria
The examination process consists in a written exam of 2 hours. Students need a regulary score sheet to attend the exam.
The exam is composed of two parts that are equally evalued:
• the first part consists of numerical exercises similar to those developed during the annual class exercises;
• the second part asks questions of general knowledge or specific topics covered in the course.
The use of notes and handout are prohibited during the exam.
The test scores will be released within a week from the date of the written test.

Programma definitivo per l'A.A.2012/13
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