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(70 ILCS 1205/8-53)
Development of design-build scope and performance criteria.
(a) The park district shall develop, with the assistance of a licensed design professional or a landscape architect design professional, as appropriate, a request for proposal, which shall include scope and performance criteria. The scope and performance criteria must be in sufficient detail and contain adequate information to reasonably apprise the qualified design-build entities of the park district's overall programmatic needs and goals, including criteria and preliminary design plans, general budget parameters, schedule, and delivery requirements.
(b) Each request for proposal shall also include a description of the level of design to be provided in the proposals. This description must include the scope and type of renderings, drawings, and specifications that, at a minimum, will be required by the park district to be produced by the design-build entities.
(c) The scope and performance criteria shall be prepared by a design professional or a landscape architect design professional, as appropriate, who is an employee of the park district, or the park district may contract with an independent design professional selected under the Local Government Professional Services Selection Act to provide these services.
(d) The design professional or landscape architect design professional that prepares the scope and performance criteria is prohibited from participating in any design-build entity proposal for the project.
(Source: P.A. 97-349, eff. 8-12-11.)