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(b) A design-builder may provide professional or construction services that the design-builder is not itself licensed or registered to provide, if those services are assigned or subcontracted to a person that
(1) is a member of the design-build team;
(c) The agency shall evaluate a design-builder for at least the following qualification factors:
(1) bonding capacity;
(2) financial strength and capabilities;
(3) experience and technical expertise with projects of similar size and scope;
(4) past performance;
(5) qualifications and experience of key management and professional staff who will be assigned to the project;
(6) the capacity to accomplish work in the required time; as part of the evaluation, the agency shall consider, and the design-builder must disclose, the design-builder's present workload;
(7) quality control and quality assurance policies and programs;
(8) the design-builder's safety record, to include safety and drug-testing policies and programs;
(9) equipment, including technical resources and information technology;
(10) a subcontracting plan, including the qualifications and capabilities of any subcontractor required to be identified by the request for proposals.
(d) When evaluating a design-builder, the agency shall act in accordance with AS 36.30.250 (b).
(e) The agency shall preclude or disqualify a design-builder or member of the design-build team from participation in a design-build construction contract if the procurement officer determines that the design-builder or design-build team member has an unfair competitive advantage or a conflict of interest.
(f) A consultant or subconsultant to the agency may not be allowed to participate in a project in other than a consultant or subconsultant capacity unless the procurement officer determines that
(1) the role of the consultant or subconsultant
(A) was limited to provision of preliminary design, reports, or similar low-level documents that will be incorporated in to the request for proposals; and
(B) did not include assistance in the development of instructions to offerors, qualification factors, performance criteria, or other evaluation criteria; or
(2) each document or report that the consultant or subconsultant delivered to the agency is made available to all offerors.
(g) With or without a request from the agency, a design-builder, or a member of the design-build team, must promptly disclose to the agency, in writing, any factor that may provide an unfair competitive advantage or potential or actual conflict of interest for the design-builder or design-build team member.
History: Eff. 8/21/2005, Register 175
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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