As of December 2014, the Office has reviewed and approved over 110 applications to use the construction management at risk (CM at risk) delivery method for building projects and has issued a "Notice to Proceed to Use CM at Risk" letter. An approval letter is conditioned on the awarding authority using a CM at risk firm and trade contractors that have been certified by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance in accordance with M.G.L. c. 149, § 44D and that have submitted update statements. During the selection of the CM at risk firm, the awarding authority must require that a certificate of eligibility and an appropriate update statement be submitted during the prequalification phase for CM at risk firms and during phase two at the time required for submission of technical proposals by CM at risk firms. Also, the awarding authority must require that a certificate of eligibility and an update statement be submitted during the prequalification of trade contractors and separately at the time specified for opening of bids. Any statements of qualifications, proposals or bids submitted by contractors that did not include such certificates of eligibility or update statements at the specified time are invalid and must be rejected.
The most recent applications approved by the Office are listed below. Note: The information presented is from the application. Actual project data will vary.
|Application Date||CM at Risk Applicant||Project Description||Total Estimated Project Cost|
|12/30/2014||Malden, City of||New Police Headquarters||$16,947,000|
|12/11/2014||Cambridge, City of||Revitalization of Manning Apartments||$57,797,250|
|11/6/2014||MassDOT||Central Research and Materials Laboratory Project||$30,807,758|
For a listing of all of the approved CM at Risk projects see Construction Manager at Risk Project List
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