Contract Revisions

(Architect/Engineer Agreement Design/Bid/Build SC-5.1)
Table of Contents, Exhibits, revision dates have been removed from the exhibit cover pages and all exhibits to be attached are to be printed from the OSA/State Buildings Programs’ Project Management and Forms website. 
 
Rev. 1/1/2014
ARTICLE 2. REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE,2.1.2 (g), the following language has been added at the end of the paragraph, “Reimbursement of travel expenses is to be based on reasonable and necessary travel costs within the limits of State/Federal per diem rates as published in the travel section of the State Controller’s Fiscal Rules, Meal and Incidental Per Diem Rates, Appendix A1.”
 
(Architect/Engineer Terms and Conditions Design/Bid/Build SC-5.1TC)
Table of Contents, Exhibit C Approved Codes and Exhibit D Code Compliance Plan Review Procedures have been clarified as part of the “Building Code Compliance Policy: Coordination of Approved Building Codes, Plan Reviews and Building Inspections”.

Table of Contents, Exhibits, revision dates have been removed from the exhibit cover pages and, all exhibits to be attached are to be printed from the OSA/State Buildings Programs’ Project Management and Forms website. 

(Architect/Engineer Agreement Construction Manager/General Contractor SC-5.2)
Table of Contents, Exhibit C Approved Codes and Exhibit D Code Compliance Plan Review Procedures have been clarified as part of the "Building Code Compliance Policy: Coordination of Approved Building Codes, Plan Reviews and Building Inspections”.

Table of Contents, Exhibits, revision dates have been removed from the exhibit cover pages and, all exhibits to be attached are to be printed from the OSA/State Buildings Programs’ Project Management and Forms website.

Rev. 01/2014
ARTICLE 5. REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES, 5.1 REIMBURSEMENT 5.1.2, .7, the following language has been added at the end of the paragraph, “Reimbursement of travel expenses is to be based on reasonable and necessary travel costs within the limits of State/Federal per diem rates as published in the travel section of the State Controller’s Fiscal Rules, Meal and Incidental Per Diem Rates, Appendix A1.

(Consultants Agreement SC-5.3)
Table of Contents, “Exhibit E, Building Code Compliance Policy: Coordination of Approved Building Codes, Plan Reviews and Building Inspections” has been added as applicable.

Table of Contents, Exhibits, revision dates have been removed from the exhibit cover pages and, all exhibits to be attached are to be printed from the OSA/State Buildings Programs’ Project Management and Forms website.

Rev. 01/2014
ARTICLE 3. REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE, the following language has been added at the end of the paragraph, “Reimbursement of travel expenses is to be based on reasonable and necessary travel costs within the limits of State/Federal per diem rates as published in the travel section of the State Controller’s Fiscal Rules, Meal and Incidental Per Diem Rates, Appendix A1.

(Contractor’s Design/Bid/Build (D/B/B) Agreement SC-6.21)

The title of the document has been reformatted from “Contractor’s Agreement Design/Bid/Build” to “Contractor’s Design/Bid/Build (D/B/B) Agreement”.

Table of Contents, “Exhibit E, Building Code Compliance Policy: Coordination of Approved Building Codes, Plan Reviews and Building Inspections” has been added. 

Table of Contents, Exhibits, revision dates have been removed from the exhibit cover pages and, all exhibits to be attached are to be printed from the OSA/State Buildings Programs’ Project Management and Forms website.

(The General Conditions of the Contractor’s Design/Bid/Build (D/B/B) Agreement SC-6.23)
The title of the document has been changed and reformatted from “The General Conditions of the Construction Contract” to “The General Conditions of the Contractor’s Design/Bid/Build (D/B/B) Agreement”.

Article 35. C. Hazardous Materials, language has been added to align with standard language in the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) Agreement.

Article 53. I. Indemnification, language has been added to align with standard language in the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) Agreement.

Rev. 01/2014
ARTICLE 1. DEFINITIONS, 5. COLORADO LABOR, the definition of “Colorado Labor” has been revised as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 15. SUBCONTRACTS, language has been added requiring contractor to provide written notice after award of intent to perform work outside the United States or Colorado as required in C.R.S. 24-102-206(4) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 27. LABOR AND WAGES, the requirement to employ Colorado Labor to perform the work has been revised to “at least eighty percent of the work” and the following language has been deleted, “of each type or class of labor in the several classifications of skilled and common labor” as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 41. COMPLETION, FINAL INSPECTION, ACCEPTANCE AND SETTLEMENT, E. SETTLEMET, 3. , language has been added to require the contractor to  provide written disclosure of the five most costly goods incorporated into the project as provided in C.R.S. 24-102-206 (1) (a) (b) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

(Request For Proposals for an Integrated Project Delivery Method Utilizing Construction Management/General Contracting (CM/GC) Services IPD CM/GC RFP)

The title of the document has been changed to include the following language “(CM/GC)”.

Page 1, Notice, Other Information, preference language has been changed to “For State Public works, not less than eighty percent (80%) of the labor employed on such projects shall consist of Colorado labor. Colorado labor means any person who is a resident of the state of Colorado at the time of employment”.

Appendix A2, Ranking Matrix, recommendation for percentages of Qualifications and Fee as an example has been changed from “70% & 30%” to “60% & 40%”.

(Construction Manager/General Contractor Agreement (CM/GC) SC-6.4)
The title of the document has been reformatted from “Construction Manager/General Contractor Agreement (CM/GC)” to “Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) Agreement”. 

Table of Contents, EXHIBITS: A – P “(As described in Article 2. Definitions, 2.1.6, Contract Documents)” language has been added for reference.  

Article 2.1.6.32, Exhibit O Approved Building Codes and Exhibit P Code Compliance Plan Reviews Procedures have been combined into a new Exhibit O “Building Code Compliance Policy: Coordination of Approved Building Codes, Plan Reviews and Building Inspections”.

Table of Contents, Exhibits, revision dates have been removed from the exhibit cover pages and, all exhibits to be attached are to be printed from the OSA/State Buildings Programs’ Project Management and Forms website.

Rev. 01/2014
ARTICLE 2. DEFINITIONS, 2.1.3, the definition of “Colorado Labor” has been revised as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 7. SUBCONTRACTS, 7.1 CONTRACT PERFORMANCE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES OR COLORADO, language has been added requiring contractor to provide written notice after award of intent to perform work outside the United States or Colorado as required in C.R.S. 24-102-206(4) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 7. SUBCONTRACTS, 17.5 SETTLEMENT, 3., language has been added to require the contractor to  provide written disclosure of the five most costly goods incorporated into the project as provided in C.R.S. 24-102-206 (1) (a) (b) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 21, MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS, 21.2 LABOR AND WAGES, the requirement to employee Colorado Labor to perform the work has been revised to “at least eighty percent of the work” and the following language has been deleted, “of each type or class of labor in the several classifications of skilled and common labor” as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

(Request for Proposals for an Integrated Project Delivery Method Utilizing Design/Build Lump Sum (LS) Services IPD D/B RFP)

The title of the document has been changed to include the following language “Lump Sum (LS)”. 
 
(Design /Build Lump Sum (LS) Agreement SC-8.0)
The title of the document has been changed to include the following language “Lump Sum (LS)”.

Table of Contents, Exhibit H Approved Building Codes and Exhibit I Code Compliance Plan Reviews Procedures have been combined into a new Exhibit I “Building Code Compliance Policy: Coordination of Approved Building Codes, Plan Reviews and Building Inspections”.

Table of Contents, Exhibits, revision dates have been removed from the exhibit cover pages and, all exhibits to be attached are to be printed from the OSA/State Buildings Programs’ Project Management and Forms website. 

(The General Conditions of the Design/Build Lump Sum (LS) Agreement SC-8.1)
The title of the document has been reformatted from “”The General Conditions of the Design/Build Agreement Lump Sum” to “The General Conditions of the Design/Build Lump Sum (LS)Agreement”

Article 53.J. Miscellaneous Provisions, Statewide Contract Management System, application of this section changed from a maximum amount payable to the contractor from $100,000 to “$500,000”.

Rev. 01/2014
ARTICLE 1. DEFINITIONS, 5. COLORADO LABOR, the definition of “Colorado Labor” has been revised as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 15. SUBCONTRACTS, A. CONTRACT PERFORMANCE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES OR COLORADO, language has been added requiring contractor to provide written notice after award of intent to perform work outside the United States or Colorado as required in C.R.S. 24-102-206(4) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 27. LABOR AND WAGES, the requirement to employ Colorado Labor to perform the work has been revised to “at least eighty percent of the work” and the following language has been deleted, “of each type or class of labor in the several classifications of skilled and common labor” as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 41. COMPLETION, FINAL INSPECTION, ACCEPTANCE AND SETTLEMENT, E. SETTLEMET, 3., language has been added to require the contractor to  provide written disclosure of the five most costly goods incorporated into the project as provided in C.R.S. 24-102-206 (1) (a) (b) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.


(Request for Proposals For An Integrated Project Delivery Method Utilizing Design/Build Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Services IPD GMP RFP)

New document. New project delivery method with selection similar to CM/GC however, contractor and designer are selected together based on team qualifications and fee (including construction management and full design services based on a Fixed Limit of Design and Construction Cost) and designer is a sub-consultant to the contractor and or design build entity.

(Design/Build Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Agreement SC-9.0)
New document. New project delivery method with selection similar to CM/GC however, contractor and designer are selected together based on team qualifications and fee (including construction management and full design services based on a Fixed Limit of Design and Construction Cost) and designer is a sub-consultant to the contractor and or design build entity.
 
(The General Conditions of the Design/Build Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Agreement SC-9.1)
New document. New project delivery method with selection similar to CM/GC however, contractor and designer are selected together based on team qualifications and fee (including construction management and full design services based on a Fixed Limit of design and Construction Cost) and designer is a sub-consultant to the contractor and or design build entity.
 
Rev. 01/2014
ARTICLE 1. DEFINITIONS, 5. COLORADO LABOR, the definition of “Colorado Labor” has been revised as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 15. SUBCONTRACTS, A. CONTRACT PERFORMANCE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES OR COLORADO, language has been added requiring contractor to provide written notice after award of intent to perform work outside the United States or Colorado as required in C.R.S. 24-102-206(4) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 27. LABOR AND WAGES, the requirement to employ Colorado Labor to perform the work has been revised to “at least eighty percent of the work” and the following language has been deleted, “of each type or class of labor in the several classifications of skilled and common labor” as provided in C.R.S. 8-17-101(2) (a) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

ARTICLE 41. COMPLETION, FINAL INSPECTION, ACCEPTANCE AND SETTLEMENT, E. SETTLEMET, 3., language has been added to require the contractor to  provide written disclosure of the five most costly goods incorporated into the project as provided in C.R.S. 24-102-206 (1) (a) (b) per passage of HB13-1292, effective 1/1/2014.

(Change Order Proposal SC-6.312)
Changed the word document into a spreadsheet.