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  8.681.  Proposals, how selected — reevaluation, when — new solicitation of proposals. — When selecting a construction manager for a project, the public owner shall consider the following for each construction manager who has submitted a proposal:  fees for overhead and profit; reimbursable costs for reimbursable items as defined in the public owner's request for proposal; qualifications; demonstration of ability to perform projects comparable in design, scope and complexity; demonstration of good faith efforts to achieve compliance with federal, state and local affirmative action requirements; references of owners for whom construction management has been performed; financial strength; qualifications of in-house personnel who will manage the project; and the demonstration of successful management systems which have been employed for the purposes of estimating, scheduling and cost controls.  The public owner may negotiate a contract for construction management services with any construction manager thus selected.  If the public owner is unable to negotiate a contract for the type of services required with any of the construction managers selected for a project at a price determined by the public owner to be fair and reasonable, the public owner shall reevaluate the necessary construction management services, including the scope and reasonable fee requirements, and again advertise and solicit proposals from construction managers complying with the terms of the revised requests for proposal.


(L. 1993 S.B. 241 § 1 subsec. 4)

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