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  327.465.  Certificate of registration or authority not required, when — definitions. — 1.  As used in this section, the following terms shall mean:

  (1)  "Design-build", a project for which the design and construction services are furnished under one contract;

  (2)  "Design-build contract", a contract between the owner, owner's agent, tenant, or other party and a design-build contractor to furnish the architecture, engineering, and related design services, and the labor, materials, and other construction services required for a specific public or private construction project;

  (3)  "Design-build contractor", any individual, partnership, joint venture, corporation, or other legal entity that furnishes architecture or engineering services and construction services either directly or through subcontracts.

  2.  Any design-build contractor that enters into a design-build contract for public or private construction shall be exempt from the requirement that such person or entity hold a certificate of registration or such corporation hold a certificate of authority if the architectural, engineering, or land surveying services to be performed under the contract are performed through subcontracts with:

  (1)  Persons who hold a certificate of registration for the appropriate profession; or

  (2)  Corporations that hold current certificates of authority from the board for the appropriate profession.

  3.  Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit the enforcement of a design-build contract by a design-build contractor who only furnishes, but does not directly or through its employees perform the architectural, engineering, or surveying required by the contract and who does not hold itself out as able to perform such services.

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(L. 2002 S.B. 786)


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