Policy/ Reference Documents
CSUAM Section XII: Construction Management
CSUAM Appendix D – Sample Forms
Project Administration Reference Manual
Prequalification of Prospective Bidders, Form No.703.11 Revised January 2011
Affidavit of Joint Venture Form
California State Contracts Register – Bidsync.com
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Participation Goal Attainment
Small Business Five Percent Bid Proposal Advantage
The Trustees have established a CSU Builders Risk Insurance Program to be used on the following types of contracts and for all projects with construction estimate greater than $600,000:
Note: the Trustees are not utilizing this program for minor capital outlay projects and job order contracts
This Project Administration Reference Manual provides a condensed version of the Construction Management.
Procedures Manual, which contains the California State University (CSU) construction management policies and procedures that apply to a project. Each construction administrator (CA), project manager, inspector of record, campus representative, and design professional shall use this manual as appropriate during the construction administration of a project.
CSU Labor Compliance Program
The Trustees have implemented a labor compliance program only for projects funded from either of the following:
The Department of Industrial Relations will not be administering labor compliance for these projects, instead, the Labor Compliance Unit, within the Construction Management Unit, in CPDC will do so. Perceptive Enterprises, Inc. is assisting the CSU with the administration of its labor compliance program.
NOTICE: For projects that are not funded from the aforementioned funds, the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) will administer labor compliance.
Planning Design and Construction (Policy)
California State License Board
The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) protects consumers by licensing and regulating California's construction industry. There are more than 310,000 licensed contractors in the state, in 43 different licensing classifications. In addition to educating consumers about contractors and construction law, CSLB activities include administering examinations to test prospective licensees, issuing licenses, investigating complaints against licensed and unlicensed contractors, issuing citations, suspending or revoking licenses, and seeking administrative, criminal, and civil sanctions against violators.