Conn. Agencies Regs. § 4a-100-2 - Procedure for prequalification

Current through March 4, 2022

The procedure for prequalification shall consist of the following:

(a) The applicant shall establish a user name and password at a link designated for contractor prequalification on the Department of Administrative Services website.
(b) The applicant shall respond to the preliminary questions on the on-line application form, after which the department shall include the applicant's name and contact information on the DAS Contractor Prequalification directory.
(c) The applicant shall pay a non-refundable application fee. The fee owed by each applicant shall be based on the aggregate work capacity rating requested by the applicant, as set forth in section 4a-100 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(d) The department shall review only complete applications. An application shall be complete only after the applicant submits it on-line and pays the applicable fee, and the department subsequently receives all requested documentation, including completed contractor evaluations.
(e) If all the criteria for prequalification, as set forth in section 4a-100-3 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, are satisfied, the department shall issue a determination of prequalification in accordance with subsection (h) of section 4a-100 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(f) The department shall issue an electronic certificate indicating the applicant's name and contact information, the prequalification classification or classifications, the expiration of certification, the aggregate work capacity rating and the single project limit.
(g) The applicant may seek to be prequalified in one or more of the following prequalification classifications:
(1) Alarm Systems;
(2) Asbestos Removal;
(3) Carpentry/Millwork;
(4) Concrete;
(5) Concrete: Precast Structural and Architectural;
(6) Construction Manager At Risk (Group A);
(7) Construction Manager At Risk (Group B);
(8) Construction Manager At Risk (Group C);
(9) Demolition;
(10) Doors and Windows;
(11) Drywall and Acoustical;
(12) Electrical;
(13) Elevators;
(14) Energy Management Systems;
(15) Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems;
(16) Floor Covering;
(17) General Building Construction (Group A);
(18) General Building Construction (Group B);
(19) General Building Construction (Group C);
(20) General Trades;
(21) Historical Building Restoration (Masonry, Roofing);
(22) HVAC;
(23) Iron: Structural and Miscellaneous;
(24) Lead Abatement;
(25) Lockers;
(26) Masonry;
(27) Mechanical insulation;
(28) Metal Siding;
(29) Painting;
(30) Plumbing;
(31) Roofing;
(32) Scaffolding;
(33) Sewer and water lines;
(34) Sheet metal;
(35) Sitework;
(36) Telecommunications Systems;
(37) Toilet Partitions, Toilet Accessories;
(38) Tunneling;
(39) Waterproofing;
(40) Water treatment plants; or
(41) Any additional classification established by the department as the Commissioner deems to be necessary in order to effectuate the requirements of section 4b-91 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(h) The applicant's aggregate work capacity rating for purposes of prequalification under sections 4a-100 and 4a-101 of the Connecticut General Statutes shall be determined by the bonding capacity supported by the applicant's bonding company, documentation of which shall be produced by the applicant as set forth in section 4a-100-3(a)(6)(B) of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. The aggregate work capacity rating requested by the applicant shall not exceed the amount for which the applicant is supported by its bonding company.
(i) The applicant's single project limit level for purposes of prequalification under sections 4a-100 and 4a-101 of the Connecticut General Statutes shall be determined by the bonding capacity supported by the applicant's bonding company, documentation of which shall be produced by the applicant as set forth in section 4a-100-3(a)(6)(B) of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. The single project limit requested by the applicant shall not exceed the amount for which the applicant is supported by its bonding company. The single project limit requested by the applicant shall not exceed the aggregate work capacity rating requested by the applicant or the aggregate work capacity supported by the applicant's bonding company.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 4a-100-2
Adopted effective June 12, 2009

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