A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ALLOW THE CITY OF CLINTON TO USE THE DESIGN-BUILD METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION. Enacted June 19, 2013. Effective June 19, 2013.
Summary date: Jun 20 2013 - More information
Bill S 111 (2013-2014)Summary date: Mar 5 2013 - More information
Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes. Provides that the City of Clinton may use the design-build method of construction for the construction or renovation of buildings, facilities, and infrastructure owned by the City (was, for any road, water, sewer, sidewalk, public facility and any other public infrastructure). Allows the City to use the authority for up to two projects, which must be awarded on or before June 30, 2015. Deletes the provision limiting the act to work on the (1) Bellamy Recreation Center, and (2) Clinton Public Works 14 facility.
Bill S 111 (2013-2014)Summary date: Feb 20 2013 - More information
Identical to H 133, filed February 20, 2013.
Provides that despite the provisions of GS 143-128, GS 143-129, GS 143-131, GS 143-132, GS 143-64.31, and GS 143-64.32, the City of Clinton is permitted to use the design-build construction method for any road, water, sewer, sidewalk, public facility, and any other public infrastructure. Provides additional criteria governing the solicitation of bids and the selection of the best qualified team with whom to contract for the project.
Provides that this act applies only to (1) the expansion and renovation of the Bellamy Recreation Center and (2) the expansion and renovation of the Clinton Public Works 14 Facility.
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