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|Revision Title||Effective Date|
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|UDOT Central Construction 2022-1 Removal of Retention||May 02, 2022|
|Revisions to the Drawings|
|Revisions to the Checklists|
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Prequalification of Contractors
Guaranty Form – THE GUARANTEE FORM IS ONLY USED IF YOU ARE A GUARANTOR. This guarantee form is a promise to answer for the default of another person. That person is a construction contractor (the applicant) that is applying to the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) for prequalification to compete for UDOT construction contracts that have an advertised value more than $3 million. Completing and signing this Guaranty makes you the Guarantor.
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Qualified Health Insurance Coverage
In the 2016 legislative general session a law was passed requiring all Contractors/Consultants and subcontractors/sub-consultants who enter into a contract with UDOT over certain contract and subcontract values meet the Qualified Health Insurance Coverage requirements as outlined in Utah Code 72-6-107.5. In the 2016 legislative general session the law was revised to raise the threshold contract and subcontract thresholds. The prime contract value
Web link to qualified health care coverage limits:
As required by Utah Code 72-6-107.5f, effective as of July 1, 2009, UDOT will not enter into a contract with a Contractor/Consultant (or subcontractor/sub-consultant) without “demonstration” of compliance regarding the offering of “Qualified Health Insurance Coverage” to their employees. Prior to issuing Notice to Proceed or approval to sublet work, the Contractor/Consultant must demonstrate compliance following the provisions of Administrative Rule R-916-5. A Contractor’s/Consultant’s inability to adequately demonstrate compliance may be grounds for determining a proposal non-responsive or grounds for cancellation of award.
To “demonstrate” compliance, two statements are needed. Separate compliance form and statement letter for each subsidiary(prime/subcontractor and consultant/subconsultant), contracting with UDOT, are required.
1. Provide a written statement of actuarial equivalency from:
a. an actuary selected by the consultant or the consultant’s insurer; or
b. an underwriter who is responsible for developing the employer group’s premium rates.
Use the following Statement of Compliance form for the actuary / underwriter written statement:
Actuary/Underwriter Statement of Compliance
2. An original signed statement on company letterhead from the Contractor/Consultant stating that they will “maintain an offer of Qualified Health Insurance coverage as required by Utah Code 72-6-107.5 for the duration of any contract between(Contractor/Consultant) and UDOT.”
Consultants may take the necessary steps now to comply with this ruling or wait until selected as a prime or subconsultant on a contract that meets the threshold. Work with your insurance carrier or the ACEC to find an Actuary or underwriter, familiar with the new Qualified Health Plan. Statements can be mailed to the UDOT Consultant Services Division, P O Box No. 148490, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-8490. Statements submitted by consultants will be effective for one year.
Subconsultants entering into a contract valued at $1,000,000.00 or greater will also be required to demonstrate compliance. As required by law, if a subconsultant enters into a contract with a consultant, the consultant shall demonstrate to UDOT that the subconsultant has and will maintain an offer of qualified health insurance coverage for the subconsultant’s employees and the employees’ dependents for the duration of the contract(s). Subconsultants may follow the same process as prime consultants.
We recommend that all prime contract bidders/proposers take the necessary steps now to comply with this ruling. Work with your insurance carrier of the AGC/ACEC to find an Actuary, familiar with the Qualified Health Plan.
For Contractors, statements can be mailed to the UDOT Construction Division, PO Box No. 148220, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-8220, or included with your signed contracts. Statements submitted by prime contractors will be effective for one year. UDOT will then require updated statements as part of the pre-qualification process or annually as needed prior to notice to proceed and will be effective for one year.
Subcontractors entering into a contract valued at $1,000,000.00 or greater will also be required to demonstrate compliance. As required by law, if a subcontractor enters into a contract with a contractor, the contractor shall demonstrate to UDOT that the subcontractor has and will maintain an offer of qualified health insurance coverage for the subcontractor’s employees and the employees’ dependents for the duration of the contract(s). Subcontracts may follow the same process as prime contractors.
Masterworks for Construction Resources
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Frequently Asked Questions
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