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File #: 18-4807    Version: 1 Name: Construction Management @ Risk Contracting Methodology for County Projects
Type: Consent Status: Consent
File created: 6/25/2018 In control: Asset/Facility Management
On agenda: 7/10/2018 Final action:
Title: : Construction Management @ Risk Contracting Methodology for County Projects
Attachments: 1. RFBA_18 07.10 CM@Risk Contract Policy Approval- Memorial-Matrix.pdf
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Title:
Construction Management @ Risk Contracting Methodology for County Projects

Summary
ACTION:
Authorize the use of Construction Management @ Risk (CM @ Risk) contract methodology for the following Capital Improvement Project as the best delivery method for the project:

· Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation - American Legion Memorial Stadium


Staff Contact: Bert Lynn, PLA, Project Manager, Asset and Facility Management Department


Presentation: No


BACKGROUND/JUSTIFICATION:
In 2001, the General Assembly Session Law 2001- 496 enacted Senate Bill 914 (revisions to G.S. 143-128), to provide construction flexibility for public entities by allowing the use, without limitation, of separate prime contracting, single prime contracting, dual bidding, Construction Management at Risk (CM@Risk), and alternative contracting methods authorized by the State Building Commission.

Effective October 1, 2014, the NC Legislature approved revisions to Section 143-128.1, requiring the comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of the CM@Risk method, and a decision by the governing body that the CM@Risk method “is in the best interest of the project” before it can used by a public entity for a project.

"(e) Construction Management at Risk services may be used by the public entity only after the public entity has concluded that construction management at risk services is in the best interest of the project, and the public entity has compared the advantages and disadvantages of using the construction management at risk method for a given project in lieu of the delivery methods identified in G.S. 143-128(a1) (1) through G.S. 143-128(a1) (3). The public entity may not delegate this determination."


The office of Asset and Facility Management has developed the attached matrix comparing the two project delivery methods (see “Construction Management @ Risk Comparison Matrix”)

With the Construction Management at Risk (CM@Risk) project delivery method, the construc...

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