Effective: January 1, 2013 Pursuant to Chapter 165 of the Acts of 2012, effective January 1, 2013, certain sections of MGL. Chapters 7 and 29 have been moved (and in some cases amended) into a new Chapter of the General Laws, Chapter 7C. This chart is provided as a convenience and without any representation as to its completeness or accuracy. Users should review the official text of MGL. Chapter 7C.
Designer Procedures Manual
Guidelines for the Preparation of Studies for Building Projects
DCAMM CAD Standards
Building Information Modeling List of Services
DCAMM Standard Specification User's Guide
Cost Estimating Manual
- Included are:
General Conditions, Standard Vertical Construction Contract for Projects over $100,000 Subject to M.G.L. c. 149, s. 44A-F
Owner - Contractor Agreement, Standard Vertical Construction Contract for Projects over $100,000 Subject to M.G.L. c. 149, s. 44A-F
Standard Contract for Final Design and Construction Administration Services
Standard Contract for Study Services
Construction Manager at Risk - Model Contracts and Forms
Small Procurement Contract - Model Contracts and Forms
Regulations for General Contractor and Subcontractor Prequalification
DCAMM Guidelines for Prequalification of General Contractors and Subcontractors
Exhibits to Guidelines for Prequalification of General Contractors and Subcontractors
Standard Forms for General Contractor Prequalification
Standard Forms for Subcontractor Prequalification
- Effective on July 19, 2004, Chapter 193 of the Acts of 2004 inserted a new provision into M.G.L.c. 149,§44, which governs public building procurement. The new provision, M.G.L. c 149,§44A½ requires public awarding authorities to engage the services on an Owner's Project Manager on all building projects estimated to cost $1.5 million or more....
- Practical guide and reference for Agency facilities staff and attorneys responsible for the Agency's leases.
- A collection of O & M manuals and facility related information collected as useful reference material.
Contractors wishing to submit prime bids on public building projects estimated to cost more than one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for the construction, reconstruction, installation, demolition, maintenance, or repair of any publicly owned building must first be certified by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM). Certification is also required for filed sub-bids. The certification process is conducted by DCAMM Contractor Certification Office.
ADVISORY TO AWARDING AUTHORITIES:
Only evaluations provided by DCAMM must be relied upon as official.
- Guideline document to assist Massachusetts State Facilities in the procurement of maintenance or repair projects.
Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) Emergency Waiver Requests by Public Awarding AuthoritiesIn qualifying emergency situations certain public construction procurement laws may be waived under G.L. c. 149, §44(A)(4) or the advertising requirements may be waived under G.L. c.149, §44(J)(6)...