Chapter 16.20
CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AND CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

Sections:

16.20.010    Responsibility for selection of methods.

16.20.020    Contract administration.

16.20.030    Service area scope of work.

16.20.010 Responsibility for selection of methods.

The director of public works shall have discretion to select the appropriate method of construction contracting management for a particular project. In determining which methods to use, the director shall consider the borough’s requirements, its resources, and the potential contractor’s capabilities. The director shall execute and include in the contract file a written statement setting forth the facts which led to the selection of a particular method of construction contracting management for each project. (Ord. 86-017 § 43, 1986; Ord. 82-69, 1982. 2004 Code § 16.40.010.)

16.20.020 Contract administration.

The director of public works shall maintain a contract administration system designed to ensure that a contractor is performing in accordance with the solicitation under which the contract was awarded, and the terms and conditions of the contract. (Ord. 86-017 § 44, 1986; Ord. 82-69, 1982. 2004 Code § 16.40.020.)

16.20.030 Service area scope of work.

Public works shall, unless waived by the service area, obtain the approval of the service area of the scope of work used in any contract with a design professional that utilizes, in whole or in part, service area funds. Service area approval may be given by a person designated by the commission for that purpose or, in the absence of a designation, the service area chair. The scope of work shall be submitted to the chair or designee in the manner requested by the chair or designee, but in the absence of a specified manner either by mail or e-mail. If 10 business days after submission of the scope of work no response has been received from the designee or chair of a road service area, the rural services manager may approve the scope of work. (Ord. 2013-68 § 2, 2013. 2004 Code § 16.40.030.)