(1) The governing body of any municipality may adopt any or all of the provisions
of Title 63G, Chapter 6a, Utah Procurement Code, or the rules promulgated pursuant
to that code.
(2) Notwithstanding Subsection (1), the governing body of each municipality that engages
the services of a professional architect, engineer, or surveyor and considers more
than one such professional for the engagement:
(a) shall consider, as a minimum, in the selection process:
(i) the qualifications, experience, and background of each firm submitting a proposal;
(ii) the specific individuals assigned to the project and the time commitments of
each to the project; and
(iii) the project schedule and the approach to the project that the firm will take;
(b) may engage the services of a professional architect, engineer, or surveyor based
on the criteria under Subsection (2)(a) rather than solely on lowest cost.
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