Part 36 - CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECT-ENGINEER CONTRACTS  


§ 36.000 Scope of part.
§ 36.001 Definitions.
Subpart 36.1 — General
§ 36.101 Applicability.
§ 36.102 Definitions.
§ 36.103 Methods of contracting.
§ 36.104 Policy.
Subpart 36.2 — Special Aspects of Contracting for Construction
§ 36.201 Evaluation of contractor performance.
§ 36.202 Specifications.
§ 36.203 Government estimate of construction costs.
§ 36.204 Disclosure of the magnitude of construction projects.
§ 36.205 Statutory cost limitations.
§ 36.206 Liquidated damages.
§ 36.207 Pricing fixed-price construction contracts.
§ 36.208 Concurrent performance of firm-fixed-price and other types of construction contracts.
§ 36.209 Construction contracts with architect-engineer firms.
§ 36.210 Inspection of site and examination of data.
§ 36.211 Distribution of advance notices and solicitations.
§ 36.212 Preconstruction orientation.
§ 36.213 Special procedures for sealed bidding in construction contracting.
§ 36.214 Special procedures for price negotiation in construction contracting.
§ 36.215 Special procedures for cost-reimbursement contracts for construction.
§ 36.213-1 General.
§ 36.213-2 Presolicitation notices.
§ 36.213-3 Invitations for bids.
§ 36.213-4 Notice of award.
Subpart 36.3 — Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedures
§ 36.300 Scope of subpart.
§ 36.301 Use of two-phase design-build selection procedures.
§ 36.302 Scope of work.
§ 36.303 Procedures.
§ 36.303-1 Phase One.
§ 36.303-2 Phase Two.
Subpart 36.4 — Commercial Practices [Reserved]
Subpart 36.5 — Contract Clauses
§ 36.500 Scope of subpart.
§ 36.501 Performance of work by the contractor.
§ 36.502 Differing site conditions.
§ 36.503 Site investigation and conditions affecting the work.
§ 36.504 Physical data.
§ 36.505 Material and workmanship.
§ 36.506 Superintendence by the contractor.
§ 36.507 Permits and responsibilities.
§ 36.508 Other contracts.
§ 36.509 Protection of existing vegetation, structures, equipment, utilities, and improvements.
§ 36.510 Operations and storage areas.
§ 36.511 Use and possession prior to completion.
§ 36.512 Cleaning up.
§ 36.513 Accident prevention.
§ 36.514 Availability and use of utility services.
§ 36.515 Schedules for construction contracts.
§ 36.516 Quantity surveys.
§ 36.517 Layout of work.
§ 36.518 Work oversight in cost-reimbursement construction contracts.
§ 36.519 Organization and direction of the work.
§ 36.520 Contracting by negotiation.
§ 36.521 Specifications and drawings for construction.
§ 36.522 Preconstruction conference.
§ 36.523 Site visit.
Subpart 36.6 — Architect-Engineer Services
§ 36.600 Scope of subpart.
§ 36.601 Policy.
§ 36.602 Selection of firms for architect-engineer contracts.
§ 36.603 Collecting data on and appraising firms' qualifications.
§ 36.604 Performance evaluation.
§ 36.605 Government cost estimate for architect-engineer work.
§ 36.606 Negotiations.
§ 36.607 Release of information on firm selection.
§ 36.608 Liability for Government costs resulting from design errors or deficiencies.
§ 36.609 Contract clauses.
§ 36.601-1 Public announcement.
§ 36.601-2 Competition.
§ 36.601-3 Applicable contracting procedures.
§ 36.601-4 Implementation.
§ 36.602-1 Selection criteria.
§ 36.602-2 Evaluation boards.
§ 36.602-3 Evaluation board functions.
§ 36.602-4 Selection authority.
§ 36.602-5 Short selection process for contracts not to exceed the simplified acquisition threshold.
§ 36.609-1 Design within funding limitations.
§ 36.609-2 Redesign responsibility for design errors or deficiencies.
§ 36.609-3 Work oversight in architect-engineer contracts.
§ 36.609-4 Requirements for registration of designers.
Subpart 36.7 — Standard and Optional Forms for Contracting for Construction, Architect-Engineer Services, and Dismantling, Demolition, or Removal of Improvements
§ 36.700 Scope of subpart.
§ 36.701 Standard and optional forms for use in contracting for construction or dismantling, demolition, or removal of improvements.
§ 36.702 Forms for use in contracting for architect-engineer services.

Authority

40 U.S.C. 121(c); 10 U.S.C. chapter 137; and 42 U.S.C. 2473(c).

Source

48 FR 42356, Sept. 19, 1983, unless otherwise noted.