(50 ILCS 20/20.15)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on June 1, 2018)
Submission of design-build proposals.
Design-build proposals must be properly identified
and sealed. Proposals may not be reviewed until after the deadline for
submission has passed as set forth in the request for proposals. All
design-build entities submitting proposals shall be disclosed after the
for submission, and all design-build entities who are selected for Phase II
evaluation shall also be disclosed at the time of that determination.
Phase II design-build proposals shall include a bid bond in the form and security as designated in
the request for proposals. Proposals shall also contain a separate sealed
envelope with the cost information within the overall proposal submission.
Proposals shall include a list of all design professionals and other entities
to which any work identified in Section 30-30 of the Illinois Procurement Code as a subdivision of construction work may be subcontracted during the performance of the contract.
Proposals must meet all material requirements of the request for proposal or
they may be rejected as non-responsive. The Commission shall
have the right
to reject any and all proposals.
The drawings and specifications of any unsuccessful design-build proposal shall remain the property of
the design-build entity.
The Commission shall review the proposals for compliance with
performance criteria and evaluation factors.
Proposals may be withdrawn prior to the due date and time for submissions for any cause. After
evaluation begins by the Commission, clear and convincing
evidence of error
is required for withdrawal.
This Section is repealed on June 1, 2018; provided that any design-build contracts entered into before such date or any procurement of a project under this Act commenced before such date, and the contracts resulting from those procurements, shall remain effective.
(Source: P.A. 98-299, eff. 8-9-13; reenacted by P.A. 98-619, eff. 1-7-14.)