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The A/E shall provide consultation services during the construction period as
well as the design period.  Such consultation may or may not be reimbursable
as follows:
a)  Non-Reimbursable Consultation:  Under paragraph 3(g) of Section
01011, "General Paragraphs", of the A/E Contract, the A/E shall promptly
furnish consultation services without additional compensation.  Such
consultation typically occurs in the form of a Request for Information (RFI)
from the ROICC.  Typically, RFI's include providing clarification of the
intent of the drawings and specifications in response to questions which
routinely arise during the course of construction and the preparation of all
amplifying drawings, specifications, amendments, change orders and cost
estimates to correct errors, omissions, inconsistencies between drawings and
specifications, conflicts in dimensions, lack of detail or poor design quality
in the drawings and specifications.  Amplifying drawings, specifications,
amendments, change orders and cost estimates shall be prepared in accordance
with the provisions and standards set forth in this A/E Guide.  In such cases,
the A/E shall assure through discussions with the ROICC the timing required
for preparation of such documents to minimize delay to the construction.  It
is expected that the A/E will provide a response to an RFI not later than 3
working days after notification.  Where the response to an RFI requires
additional time, the A/E shall notify the ROICC as to the expected date of
response.
b)  Reimbursable Consultation:  In addition to non-reimbursable
consultation, reimbursable A/E services may be required for specialized
consultation with NORTHDIV and ROICC personnel either at the site of
construction or in the A/E's office regarding matters of a nature not included
under Paragraph 3(g) of Section 01011, "General Paragraphs", of the A/E
Contract.  Such consultation includes:
1)
Consultation regarding unforseen problems or questions during
construction.
2)  Consultation on critical items during construction, including,
but not limited to:
(a)  Assisting the ROICC in final field checkout of basic
mechanical and electrical systems.
(b)
Witnessing final acceptance tests for HVAC systems.
(c)  Witnessing and certifying construction contractor
compliance with field test procedures for specialized mechanical, electrical
and electronic systems designed for the project.  Such services shall be
performed by registered professional engineers and include the A/E's
certification of compliance by the construction contractor with all specified
test procedures, a critique of the data obtained and the stated or implied
results of the tests performed.
3)  The preparation of all changes or additions to the drawings or
specifications, amendments, change orders and cost estimates resulting from a
change in scope, unforseen conditions, or other modifications.  Such drawings,
specifications, amendments, change orders and cost estimates shall be prepared
in accordance with the provisions and standards set forth in this A/E Guide.
In such cases, the A/E shall assure through discussions with the ROICC the
timing required for preparation of such documents to minimize delay to the
construction.
4)  Providing the names of suppliers which meet the requirements
of particular specification sections.
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