01 NCAC 30F .0302 OVERALL JOB PERFORMANCE
(a) The Capital Projects Coordinator shall determine the contractor's overall performance for the completed project. The overall rating is intended to reflect the performance of the prime contractor(s) in fulfilling the terms of their contract.
(b) The Capital Projects Coordinator will take into consideration the clarity of the project plans and specifications, any owner's special requirements placed on the project, and other factors such as weather and overall difficulty of the construction in assigning the overall evaluation. Obviously, the terms of the contract including project scheduling, cooperation among prime contractors, and other factors shall be considered. Further, the Capital Projects Coordinator will consider the impact of other factors, outside the contractor's control, on job performance such as owner's or designer's failure to promptly process catalog/material submittals, change orders, or detailed inspections which impinge upon job progress.
(c) The Capital Projects Coordinator must be involved in the project during the construction phase to adequately provide a meaningful evaluation and shall invite input from the owner's representative and the State Construction Office.
(d) The project designer shall be offered the opportunity to provide an assessment of the prime contractor(s) at job completion.
(e) On all multiple prime capital improvement projects, each prime contractor shall be offered the opportunity to provide input concerning the prime contractor being evaluated.
(f) The Capital Projects Coordinator may also evaluate the work performed by a sub‑contractor or material supplier required to be named within the terms of the contract when such evaluation will provide clarification or enhancement of the evaluation assigned to the prime contractor. At the discretion of the Capital Projects Coordinator, input may be invited from any or all sub‑contractors or material suppliers required to be named within the terms of the contract. If unsolicited input is received by the Capital Projects Coordinator from a sub‑contractor or material supplier required to be named within the terms of the contract, such input may be considered in the evaluation process.
(g) The Capital Projects Coordinator shall be responsible for the final overall rating, which is a number rounded to one significant digit past the decimal (e.g., 2.5, 3.4, etc.) and shall be listed on the bar line noted as "Overall Rating." The evaluations for sub‑phases of the project are to be completed on the rating form but may show as an "X" or a numerical rating on the line for the sub‑phase at the option of the Capital Projects Coordinator. This summary evaluation shall not necessarily reflect a precise numerical averaging of scores for the various project phases but will be generally representative of those scores.
(h) Prior to completion of the final contractor evaluation, the Capital Projects Coordinator shall submit the proposed evaluation to the prime contractor for comment. Comments received from the prime contractor shall be considered by the Capital Projects Coordinator.
(i) To be timely, and useful, contractor evaluation data will be accumulated within 30 days of final project acceptance. At this stage, the Capital Projects Coordinator shall prepare the final contractor evaluation, provide a copy to the prime contractor being evaluated, and submit the final evaluation to the Office of State Construction. The form approved by the SBC shall be used for this purpose.
History Note: Authority G.S. 143‑135.26(4);
Eff. January 1, 1992;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. July 22, 2018.