f. Is material proprietary or restrictive?
g. Compatability with MCAS Cherry Point's Base Exterior Architectural Plan.
Where new unproven materials are selected, documentation including detailed economic
analysis justifying its use may b e required.
1.7 DATA AND MATERIAL FURNISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT
Schematics, designs, and other criteria are furnished with the contract's Appendix A.
Materials furnished by the Government such as reference drawings, surveys and soil
borings are provided to assist the A&E and are not intended in any way to relieve the
responsibilities of the A&E, unless otherwise noted by the Contracting Officer. The
A&E of record will be totally responsible for all information described in the design
1.8 CONSULTATION SERVICES
During design or study preparation, various disciplines are available for consultation.
Coordinate the availability of this with the PM.
1.9 A&E PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
An evaluation of the performance of the A&E is prepared concurre nt with the final
review of the drawings and specifications or other services performed. This evaluation
includes a rating of the services performed in various categories. Such categories include
thoroughness of site investigation, quality control proced ures and execution,
plans/specifications accurate and coordinated, plans clear and detailed sufficiently,
management and adherence to schedules, meeting cost limitations, suitability of design or
study results, solution environmentally suitable, cooperativ eness and responsiveness,
quality of briefings and presentations. The completed evaluation is permanently retained
in the A&E's file at LANTNAVFACENGCOM for review and consideration by future
Selection Boards and is distributed to the A&E of record and to other Government
agencies via the Architect/Engineering Contract Administration Support System
(ACASS), Portland, Oregon. A&E ratings are available for review by the Designer of
Record upon request to the PM.
Upon completion of the construction contract, a second evaluation is completed by
the ROICC with emphasis on quality and construction of the design, timeliness and
response with respect to shop drawing review, clarification of drawings/specification
intent and resolution of construction problems, a nd cooperation. This rating is used in
conjunction with the rating described above in determining an overall A&E rating.
1.10 A&E PERFORMANCE AWARDS
Three programs currently exist to provide recognition of outstanding performance: