Description "Award of Construction agreements: Campus to submit package and report costs relative to budget. Print out a report from the California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) online contractor license database. This will verify that contractor has current license with no restrictions from contracting, and also provides contractor's legal name; check if contractor name per CSLB matches name on prequalification letter and on the agreement forms, contractors may use DBAs. If contractor uses a DBA, all docs should reflect full name, i.e. "A. Teichert & Son, Inc. dba Teichert Construction."
Joint Venture (JV): Be aware the names of all JVs should also be checked against the license, these firms are using their individual licenses, not as a JV. Business and Professions Code, section 7029.1, requires the license of the JV to be in place at the time of award. For example, "McCarthy Building Companies, Inc." and "Clark Construction Group California LP" have prequalified individually and possess a JV license in the name of "Clark/McCarthy A Joint Venture".
Debarment (DIR): Access following Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) website to confirm that the low bidder is not on the DLSE list of debarred contractors.
Approval: Construction Administrator submits the package to the approving authority, per the campus management plan, for review and approval. If package is complete and acceptable, the approving authority signs the Approval to Award memo in the place indicated on the form.
Notice of Intent to Accept Bid / Proposal Letter: Contract/Construction Administrator shall use the Notice of Intent to Award Bid Letter.
Notice of Intent to Award Bid / Proposal Letter: This letter, signed by the approving authority transmits to the Contractor for signature the Contract Documents, which include: agreement form (Phase 1, Phase 2, or Construction Award), performance & payment bonds (not required for a Phase 1 Design agreement), certification, and the payee data record (STD204). When Contractor returns all counterparts of the contract docs, Construction Administrator reviews them as follows:
Forms & Templates:
CSURMA, CPDC and Alliant established the BRIP for all major capital outlay projects, and this program includes builders risk insurance and self insurance for earthquake coverage. A builder's risk policy is not a liability policy; it is a policy covering property, i.e. structures and building materials. Contractors bid the project without this coverage, and are responsible for the deductibles. Maximum coverage is $50,000,000 per occurrence, in excess of the deductibles. A campus may elect to enroll a minor cap project into the BRIP.
Enrollment: Campuses may elect to enroll a minor capital outlay project to obtain builder risk insurance coverage by submitting an application contained in the Construction Insurance database on the MetaBIM website. The optimum time to enroll the project into the BRIP database is when Construction Administrator/Campus advertises the project. Once Notice to Proceed is issued, Construction Administrator must update the database online and upload the NTP.
Approval of Enrollment: Chancellor's Office Construction Management staff will review and approve all enrollments.
CPDC Invoicing of Premiums: CPDC will invoice all projects for the initial BRIP premium, taxes and fees, and the seismic fund (self insurance program*) at the end of the quarter in which the project is enrolled. For projects with a construction cost greater than or equal to $5,000,000 upon enrollment, CPDC will invoice the final premium amount due after the project is complete and the coverage has been closed. Projects with a construction cost of less than $5,000,000 will not be invoiced a second time when the coverage has been closed.
Updates: The Construction Administrator is responsible to update the project during construction to adjust the completion date as necessary and the contract amount and construction cost. Refer to the document, "BRIP Information and Procedures", for more information
Builders Risk Application: The following project classifications will require special approval by the insurance carrier. For these projects, campuses shall submit the Builders Risk Application to Alliant:
Examples of structural alterations include: work such as moving or removal of load bearing walls or supports; the installation of new stairwells or elevator shafts within a building; the construction of additional stories on top of an existing structure; foundation work/underpinning; or the restoration of buildings; or structures damaged by fire, windstorm, collapse, or other work of similar nature.
*CSU Construction Project Seismic Fund: Per Public Contract Code section 7105(a) "Construction contracts of public agencies shall not require the contractor to be responsible for the cost of repairing or restoring damage to the work, which damage is determined to have been proximately caused by an act of God, in excess of 5 percent of the contracted amount, provided, that the work damaged is built in accordance with accepted and applicable building standards and the plans and specifications of the awarding authority."
Public Contract Code 7105(b)(2) "Acts of God"shall include only the following occurrences or conditions and effects: earthquakes in excess of a magnitude 3.5 on the Richter Scale and tidal waves." Refer to Contract General Conditions, under Insurance Requirements.
CPDC established the Seismic Fund to cover the five (5) percent of the contracted amount in the event of earthquake or tidal wave. When Campus enrolls the project into the BRIP online, they will see the amount allotted for the Seismic Fund (each project contributes 0.1% of the Construction Cost to the Seismic Fund). CPDC will collect this contribution with the initial BRIP premium invoice.
The OCIP does not apply to JOC and minor cap projects.