This part is known as “General Construction Provisions.” Enacted by Chapter 347, 2012 General Session
63G-6a-1302 Alternative methods of construction contracting management.
(1) A rulemaking authority shall, by rule provide as many alternative methods of construction contracting management as determined to be feasible.
(2) The rules described in Subsection (1) shall:
(a) grant to the procurement official responsible for carrying out the construction project the discretion to select the appropriate method of construction contracting management for a particular project; and
(b) require the procurement official to execute and include in the contract file a written statement describing the facts that led to the selection of a particular method of construction contracting management for each project.
(3) Before choosing a construction contracting management method, the procurement official responsible for carrying out the construction project shall consider the following factors:
(b) when entering into a subcontract that was not specifically included in the construction manager/general contractor’s cost proposal, the construction manager/general contractor shall procure the subcontractor by using a standard procurement process, or an exception to the requirement to use a standard procurement process, described in Part 8, Exceptions to Procurement Requirements, in the same manner as if the subcontract work was procured directly by the procurement unit.
(6) Procurement rules adopted by the building board under Subsections (1) through (3) for state building construction projects may authorize the use of a design-build provider as one method of construction contracting management.
(7) A design-build contract may include a provision for obtaining the site for the construction project.
(8) A design-build contract or a construction manager/general contractor contract may include provision by the contractor of operations, maintenance, or financing.