2017 Kansas Statutes
Chapter 76 STATE INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES; HISTORICAL PROPERTY
Article 7 STATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS; MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION
76-7,126 Same; definitions.
76-7,126. Same; definitions. As used in this act, unless the context expressly provides otherwise:
(a) "State educational institution" or "institution" means Fort Hays state university, Kansas state university of agriculture and applied science, Kansas state university veterinary medical center, Emporia state university, Pittsburg state university, university of Kansas, university of Kansas medical center, Wichita state university and Kansas state university polytechnic campus.
(b) "Alternative project delivery" means an integrated comprehensive building design and construction process, including all procedures, actions, sequences of events, contractual relations, obligations, interrelations and various forms of agreement all aimed at the successful completion of the design and construction of buildings and other structures whereby a construction manager or general contractor team is selected based on a qualifications and best value approach.
(c) "Ancillary technical services" include, but shall not be limited to, geology services and other soil or subsurface investigation and testing services, surveying, adjusting and balancing air conditioning, ventilating, heating and other mechanical building systems and testing and consultant services that are determined by the institution to be required for the project.
(d) "Architectural services" means those services described as the "practice of architecture," as defined in K.S.A. 74-7003, and amendments thereto.
(e) "Best value selection" means a selection based upon project cost, qualifications and other factors.
(f) (1) "Building construction" means furnishing labor, equipment, material or supplies used or consumed for the design, construction, alteration, renovation, repair or maintenance of a building or structure.
(2) "Building construction" does not include highways, roads, bridges, dams, turnpikes or related structures or stand-alone parking lots.
(g) "Construction project services" means the process of planning, acquiring, building, equipping, altering, repairing, improving, or demolishing any structure or appurtenance thereto, including facilities, utilities or other improvements to any real property, excluding highways, roads, bridges, dams, turnpikes or related structures or stand-alone parking lots.
(h) "Construction management at-risk services" means the services provided by a firm which has entered into a contract with the institution to be the construction manager or general contractor for the value and schedule of the contract for a project, which is to hold the trade contracts and execute the work for a project in a manner similar to a general contractor, and which is required to solicit competitive bids for the trade packages developed for the project and to enter into the trade contracts for a project with the lowest responsible bidder therefor. Construction management at-risk services may include, but are not limited to scheduling, value analysis, system analysis, constructability reviews, progress document reviews, subcontractor involvement and prequalification, subcontractor bonding policy, budgeting and price guarantees and construction coordination.
(i) "Construction management at-risk contract" means a contract under which an institution acquires from a construction manager or general contractor a series of preconstruction services and an at-risk financial obligation to carry out construction under a specified cost agreement.
(j) "Construction manager or general contractor" means any individual, partnership, joint venture, corporation, or other legal entity who is a member of the integrated project team with the institution, design professional and other consultants that may be required for the project, who utilizes skill and knowledge of general contracting to perform preconstruction services and competitively procures and contracts with specialty contractors assuming the responsibility and the risk for construction delivery within a specified cost and schedule terms including a guaranteed maximum price.
(k) "Design criteria consultant" means a person, corporation, partnership, or other legal entity duly registered and authorized to practice architecture or professional engineering in this state pursuant to K.S.A. 74-7003, and amendments thereto, and who is employed by contract to the institution to provide professional design and administrative services in connection with the preparation of the design criteria package.
(l) "Engineering services" means those services described as the "practice of engineering," as defined in K.S.A. 74-7003, and amendments thereto.
(m) "Guaranteed maximum price" means the cost of the work as defined in the contract.
(n) "Non-state moneys" means any funds received by a state educational institution from any source other than the state of Kansas or any agency thereof.
(o) "Parking lot" means a designated area constructed on the ground surface for parking motor vehicles. A parking lot included as part of a building construction project shall be subject to the provisions of this act. A parking lot designed and constructed as a stand-alone project shall not be subject to the provisions of this act.
(p) "Preconstruction services" means a series of services including, but not limited to: Design review, scheduling, cost control, value engineering, constructability evaluation and preparation and coordination of bid packages.
(q) (1) "Construction project" or "project" means the process of designing, constructing, reconstructing, altering or renovating a building or other structure.
(2) "Construction project" or "project" does not mean the process of designing, constructing, altering or repairing a public highway, road, bridge, dam, turnpike or related structure.
(r) "Procurement committee" means the state educational institution procurement committee established by K.S.A. 2017 Supp. 76-7,131, and amendments thereto.
(s) "State board" means the state board of regents.
History: L. 2009, ch. 86, § 2; L. 2014, ch. 88, § 38; L. 2016, ch. 5, § 13; July 1.