|Passed by the House February 11, 2006|
Speaker of the House of Representatives
Passed by the Senate February 27, 2006
President of the Senate
I, Richard Nafziger, Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives of the State of Washington, do hereby certify that the attached is SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL 3024 as passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate on the dates hereon set forth.
Governor of the State of Washington
Secretary of State
State of Washington
|State of Washington||59th Legislature||2006 Regular Session|
READ FIRST TIME 02/03/06.
AN ACT Relating to alternative public works contracting for school district capital demonstration projects; and amending RCW 39.10.067, 39.10.115, and 39.10.902.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON:
Sec. 1 RCW 39.10.067 and 2003 c 301 s 3 are each amended to read
In addition to the projects authorized in RCW 39.10.061, public bodies may also use the general contractor/construction manager contracting procedure for the construction of school district capital demonstration projects, subject to the following conditions:
(1) The project must receive approval from the school district project review board established under RCW 39.10.115.
(2) The school district project review board may not authorize more than ((
sixteen)) twenty-three demonstration projects valued over ten
(3) The school district project review board may not authorize more than two demonstration projects valued between five and ten million dollars and the authorization for the two demonstration projects shall expire upon the completion of the two projects.
Sec. 2 RCW 39.10.115 and 2001 c 328 s 4 are each amended to read
(1) The school district project review board is established to review school district proposals submitted by school districts to use alternative public works contracting procedures. The board shall select and approve qualified projects based upon an evaluation of the information submitted by the school district under subsection (2) of this section. After July 1, 2001, any appointments for full terms or to fill a vacancy shall be made by the governor and shall include the following representatives, each having experience with public works or commercial construction: One representative from the office of the superintendent of public instruction; one representative from the office of financial management; two representatives from the construction industry, one of whom works for a construction company with gross annual revenues of twenty million dollars or less; one representative from the specialty contracting industry; one representative from organized labor; one representative from the design industry; one representative from a public body previously authorized under this chapter to use an alternative public works contracting procedure who has experience using such alternative contracting procedures; one representative from school districts with ten thousand or more annual average full-time equivalent pupils; and one representative from school districts with fewer than ten thousand average full-time equivalent pupils. Each member shall be appointed for a term of three years, with the first three-year term commencing after June 8, 2000. Any member of the school district project review board who is directly affiliated with any applicant before the board must recuse him or herself from consideration of the application.
(2) A school district seeking to use alternative contracting procedures authorized under this chapter shall file an application with the school district project review board. The application form shall require the district to submit a detailed statement of the proposed project, including the school district's name; student population based upon October full-time equivalents; the current projected total budget for the project, including the estimated construction costs, costs for professional services, equipment and furnishing costs, off-site costs, contract administration costs, and other related project costs; the anticipated project design and construction schedule; a summary of the school district's construction activity for the preceding six years; and an explanation of why the school district believes the use of an alternative contracting procedure is in the public interest and why the school district is qualified to use an alternative contracting procedure, including a summary of the relevant experience of the school district's management team. The applicant shall also provide in a timely manner any other information concerning implementation of projects under this chapter requested by the school district project review board to assist in its consideration.
(3) Any school district whose application is approved by the school district project review board shall comply with the public notification and review requirements in RCW 39.10.030.
(4) Any school district whose application is approved by the school district project review board shall not use as an evaluation factor whether a contractor submitting a bid for the approved project has had prior general contractor/construction manager procedure experience.
(5) The school district project review board shall prepare and issue a report reviewing the use of the alternative public works contracting procedures by school districts. The board shall report to the capital projects advisory review board created under RCW 39.10.810 at least thirty days before January 8, 2007.
Sec. 3 RCW 39.10.902 and 2005 c 469 s 5 are each amended to read
The following acts or parts of acts, as now existing or hereafter amended, are each repealed, effective July 1, 2007:
(1) RCW 39.10.010 and 1994 c 132 s 1;
(2) RCW 39.10.020 and 2005 c 469 s 3, 2003 c 352 s 1, 2003 c 301 s 2, 2003 c 300 s 3, 2001 c 328 s 1, 2000 c 209 s 1, 1997 c 376 s 1, & 1994 c 132 s 2;
(3) RCW 39.10.030 and 1997 c 376 s 2 & 1994 c 132 s 3;
(4) RCW 39.10.040 and 1994 c 132 s 4;
(5) RCW 39.10.051 and 2003 c 352 s 2, 2003 c 300 s 4, 2002 c 46 s 1, & 2001 c 328 s 2;
(6) RCW 39.10.061 and 2003 c 352 s 3, 2003 c 300 s 5, 2002 c 46 s 2, & 2001 c 328 s 3;
(7) RCW 39.10.065 and 1997 c 376 s 5;
(8) RCW 39.10.067 and 2006 c --- s 1 (section 1 of this act), 2003 c 301 s 3, 2002 c 46 s 3, & 2000 c 209 s 3;
(9) RCW 39.10.070 and 1994 c 132 s 7;
(10) RCW 39.10.080 and 1994 c 132 s 8;
(11) RCW 39.10.090 and 1994 c 132 s 9;
(12) RCW 39.10.100 and 1994 c 132 s 10;
(13) RCW 39.10.115 and 2006 c --- s 2 (section 2 of this act), 2001 c 328 s 4, & 2000 c 209 s 4;
(14) RCW 39.10.900 and 1994 c 132 s 13;
(15) RCW 39.10.901 and 1994 c 132 s 14;
(16) RCW 39.10.068 and 2003 c 300 s 6;
(17) RCW 39.10.117 and 2003 c 300 s 7; and
(18) RCW 39.10.130 and 2003 c 301 s 1.