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DCS Statutes & Regulations
for Design & Construction
 
** New! ** In June 2014, two acts were signed by Governor Malloy that affect DCS:
 
Public Act 14-188, "An Act Concerning State Contracting, Government Administration and
Notification Regarding Extensions of Polling Place Hours" will create an alternative selection
and bidding process for DCS Capital Projects with construction cost estimates under $1.5 million.
Stay tuned for developments and a new web page to describe the new process.
 
Special Act 14-18 created the “Construction Contracting and Bidding Transparency Working
Group”.  The working group will study state construction contracting and subcontracting
processes and produce a report no later than January 1, 2015 that includes the following:
(1) A review and analysis of the current general contractor and construction manager
at risk practices for receiving subcontractor and lower tier subcontractor bid
submissions on capital projects;
(2) A review of existing laws regarding state enforcement, compliance, and licensing
authorities that govern general contractors, construction managers at risk and
subcontractors;
(3) A review of existing construction contracting methods;
(4) Best practices for subcontractor and lower tier subcontractor bid submissions on
capital projects used by other states and government jurisdictions; and
(5) Recommendations for administrative and legislative changes.
As part of the study, the working group will solicit testimony and recommendations from the public, trade associations and the general contractor and subcontractor community. 
Click here to be taken to the DAS Webpage for the Construction Contracting and Bidding
Transparency Working Group.
 
Connecticut General Statutes (CGS)
 
The following statutes are not all statutes affecting DCS design and construction;
however, they are the primary statutes.
(Revised to January 1, 2007)
 To Browse the CT General Statutes, click here (Revised to January 1, 2013)
 
Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies
RCSA 4b-1-1 to 4b-1-30, Establishment of the Department of Public Works:  Description of Organization - Rules of Practice (effective February 24, 1992)
RCSA 4b-24-1 to 4b-24-9, Design-Build Selection Panel Regulations:  Selection Panels For Design-Build Teams and Special Legislation Contractors (effective April 26, 2007)

RCSA 4b-100-1 through 4b-100-10, Bid Protest Regulations: Procedure for Alleged Violation or Violations of Part II Chapter 60 of Connecticut General Statutes (effective March 31, 1992)

To browse the Regulations of CT State Agencies, click here

 
SPRB Review Criteria
Items Requiring State Properties Review Board Approval (rev. 07-16-07)                
 
   Public Acts Affecting DPW/DCS
2014
2014 Public Acts Affecting DCS
2013
2013 Public Acts Affecting DCS
2012
2012 Public Acts Affecting DCS
 2011 Public Act 11-51   {Public Act 11-51}
 2011 Public Act 11-57   {Public Act 11-57}
 2011 Public Act 11-229   {Public Act 11-229 }
 2010 2010 Public Acts Affecting DPW   {2010 Public Acts Affecting DPW}
 2009 2009 Public Acts Affecting DPW   {2009 Public Acts Affecting DPW}
 2008 2008 Public Acts Affecting DPW   {2008 Public Acts Affecting DPW}
 2007 2007 Public Acts Affecting DPW   {2007 Public Acts Affecting DPW}
 2006 2006 Public Acts Affecting DPW   {2006 Public Acts Affecting DPW }
 2005 2005 Public Acts Affecting DPW   {2005 Public Acts Affecting DPW}
 2004 2004 Public Acts Affecting DPW   {2004 Public Acts Affecting DPW}
 
 
 
 
 
 

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