Subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 75-1250 through 75-1268, and amendments thereto, and appropriation acts, any firm employed as project architect,
engineer or land surveyor to perform construction administration services shall:
(a) Advise, consult, and represent the secretary of administration in the administration
of the construction contract or contracts;
(b) make periodic site visits to determine if the progress and quality of the work
of the project is in accordance with the contract documents and make recommendations
to the secretary of administration thereon;
(c) review and approve shop drawings of fabricators and manufacturers, and samples
of materials for conformance with drawings and specifications and submit copies of
approved shop drawings to the secretary of administration and the state agency for
which the project is being constructed for their information;
(d) initiate and prepare change orders for approval by the secretary of administration
and issue field orders to provide for adjustments or changes in work;
(e) determine dates of substantial and final completion; and
(f) issue certificates of payment in the amount determined as due the contractor,
except that in cases where bids were let for the three specified portions of the project
and not for the project as a whole under subsection (b) of K.S.A. 75-3741, and amendments thereto, such certificates shall be issued to each contractor only
after consultation with the prime contractor.
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