TITLE 37
Public Property and Works

CHAPTER 37-2
State Purchases

SECTION 37-2-27


§ 37-2-27 Prequalification – Construction management.

A person who bids on a construction management contract shall provide the following information, which information shall constitute the prequalifications for a construction management contract.

(1) Firm history.

(i) Name of the firm.

(ii) Location of principal and branch offices.

(iii) Length of time in business.

(iv) Firm ownership structure.

(v) Annual construction management volume for each of the past five (5) years including number of projects and total construction volume.

(2) Personnel.

(i) Total number of the firm's personnel, other than secretarial/clerical, by professional or skill group.

(ii) Outside firms which will be used to provide such services as estimating, value engineering analysis, scheduling, or computer services.

(3) Experience.

(i) Projects which the firm has constructed during the past five (5) years, including, those where the firm has served as construction manager including the project name and address, year completed, type of project, construction cost and reference.

(4) Project staffing.

(i) The firm's proposed management staff for the project including an organizational chart identifying the firm's key staff members and showing how each staff member interacts with other staff members assigned to the project.

(ii) Detailed resume for each key staff member which summarizes education, professional registration, professional society membership, construction experience, and construction management project experience.

(5) Services.

(i) Scope of preconstruction phase services, including how those services are provided, with specific attention to the first budget estimate, methods of cost control, scheduling, value engineering, and the method of reporting project status and schedule position.

(ii) Scope of construction phase services and how those services are to be provided.

(iii) The firm's method of working with the project architects, engineers, consultants, and other planning team members.

(iv) The firm's method of coordinating the efforts of the various trade contractors.

History of Section.
(P.L. 1989, ch. 526, § 2.)