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PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 1 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT PROJECT NAME PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY AGREEMENT # ____________________ This Architects Agreement (the Agreement) is made by and between: the Owner: Portland State University PO Box 751, FAST-CAPS Portland OR 97201-0751 and the Architect: Name:_____________________________________ Phone: ______________________________________ Address:___________________________________ regarding the Project: _________________________________ Architects Representative is: Name: _______________ Title: ________________ Phone: _______________________ Email: ________________________ Owners representative is: Name: _______________ Title: ________________ Phone: _______________________ Email: ________________________ (The Architect and the Owner are referred to collectively as the Parties and individually as a Party) PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 2 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PARTIES ...................................................................................................................... 4 1.1 SCOPE OF THE PROJECT ..................................................................................................................... 4 1.2 SCOPE OF SERVICES ........................................................................................................................... 4 1.3 CRITICAL DATE SCHEDULE ................................................................................................................. 4 1.4 EFFECTIVE DATE ................................................................................................................................. 4 1.5 DEFINED TERMS ................................................................................................................................. 4 1.6 DIRECTIVES FOR PERFORMANCE OF THE SERVICES .......................................................................... 5 2. ARCHITECTS SERVICES ............................................................................................................................................... 6 2.1 PROGRAMMING/CONCEPT DESIGN PHASE ....................................................................................... 6 2.2 SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE ............................................................................................................... 6 2.3 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ..................................................................................................................... 7 2.4 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PHASE ............................................................................................... 7 2.5 BIDDING SUPPORT PHASE ................................................................................................................. 7 2.6 CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION PHASE ....................................................................................... 7 2.7 POST CONSTRUCTION PHASE ............................................................................................................ 7 2.8 RFI AND SUBMITTAL PROCESSING .................................................................................................... 7 2.10 KEY PERSONNEL AND PROJECT TEAM ............................................................................................... 7 2.11 SERVICES OF ARCHITECTS CONSULTANTS ........................................................................................ 7 3. ADDITIONAL SERVICES ............................................................................................................................................... 7 4. ARCHITECT'S STANDARD OF CARE; PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS; REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES ....... 8 5. COMPENSATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 9 5.1 BASIC SERVICES .................................................................................................................................. 9 5.2 REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES ............................................................................................................... 10 5.3 ADDITIONAL SERVICES ..................................................................................................................... 10 6. TIME OF PERFORMANCE .......................................................................................................................................... 10 7. PAYMENTS ................................................................................................................................................................ 10 8. ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................................................ 10 9. INSURANCE PROVISIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 11 10. MEDIATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 12 11. INDEMNITY ............................................................................................................................................................... 13 12. LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES ...................................................................................................................................... 13 13. OWNERSHIP AND USE OF WORK PRODUCT ............................................................................................................ 13 13.1 WORK PRODUCT .............................................................................................................................. 13 13.2 ARCHITECT'S USE OF WORK PRODUCT ........................................................................................... 13 13.3 OWNER REUSE OR MODIFICATION OF WORK PRODUCT ................................................................ 14 14. NOTICES .................................................................................................................................................................... 14 15. SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS ...................................................................................................................................... 14 16. NO THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES ............................................................................................................................. 15 17. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT/NON-AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS .............................................................................. 15 18. TAX COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION ........................................................................................................................... 16 19. DISCLOSURE OF SOCIAL SECURITY OR EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ........................................................ 16 20. FOREIGN CONTRACTOR............................................................................................................................................ 16 21. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS ................................................................................................................... 16 22. GOVERNING LAW; VENUE; CONSENT TO JURISDICTION ......................................................................................... 17 23. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS ..................................................................................................................... 17 PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 3 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ 24. ACCESS TO RECORDS ................................................................................................................................................ 17 25. SURVIVAL .................................................................................................................................................................. 17 26. SEVERABILITY............................................................................................................................................................ 17 27. FORCE MAJEURE ...................................................................................................................................................... 18 28. WAIVER .................................................................................................................................................................... 18 29. MERGER CLAUSE ...................................................................................................................................................... 18 30. CONFLICT OF INTEREST ............................................................................................................................................ 18 31. PREVAILING WAGE RATES ........................................................................................................................................ 18 32. COUNTERPARTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 18 EXHIBIT A PROPOSAL .................................................................................................................................................... 21 EXHIBIT B RATES ........................................................................................................................................................... 22 EXHIBIT C ARCHITECTS KEY PERSONNEL AND CONSULTANTS .................................................................................... 23 EXHIBIT D ADDITIONAL SERVICES REQUEST FORM ...................................................................................................... 24 PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 4 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ WHEREAS, the Owner desires to have the assistance of the Architect to provide certain professional services for the project; and WHEREAS the Architect, with the aid of certain consultants (the Consultants), is willing and able to perform such professional services in connection with the Project; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises contained herein, and for other good and valuable consideration, the Owner and the Architect agree as follows: 1. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PARTIES 1.1 SCOPE OF THE PROJECT The scope of the Project includes the following: [Include a detailed description of the project.] 1.2 SCOPE OF SERVICES The Parties understand and agree that, for purposes of this Agreement, the scope of Services to be performed under this Agreement includes the architectural and engineering services set forth below: 1.3 CRITICAL DATE SCHEDULE The Parties agree that this Agreement shall be performed according to the following critical date schedule: 1.4 EFFECTIVE DATE This Agreement is effective on the date it has been signed by both Parties hereto (the Effective Date). No services shall be performed or payment made prior to the Effective Date. 1.5 DEFINED TERMS In addition to any terms defined elsewhere in the body of this Agreement, certain terms that are capitalized throughout the Agreement are defined as follows: Additional Services means additional Services performed by the Architect that are beyond the scope of the Architects Services described in Section 2 - ARCHITECTS SERVICES, based on hourly rates for Architect personnel or Consultants, plus Reimbursable Expenses, in accordance with an agreed-upon schedule of charges, and performed by the Architect after the Owner has given prior written authorization as more particularly described in Section 3 - ADDITIONAL SERVICES of this Agreement. Architects Services are those Services more particularly described in Section 2 - ARCHITECTS SERVICES. Business Days means every day except Saturday, Sunday, legal holidays recognized for employees of Portland State University, closure days and university-wide furlough days for the Owner. Construction Contract is defined as the contract entered into between the Owner and the Contractor to provide all Work necessary to construct the Project, including the original base contract for construction of the Project, the PSU General Conditions, any supplemental general conditions to the Construction Contract, any amendments to the Construction Contract, the Contractors performance bond and payment bond, the plans, PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 5 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ specifications, approved shop drawings, all approved change orders, any solicitation documents, and any response by a successful bidder or proposer to any such solicitation documents. Construction Documents means the final form of the Design Development Documents, after review by the applicable jurisdiction and the Owner, any necessary revisions of the Design Development Documents and final approval by the applicable jurisdictions and the Owner. Contractor (also referred to in this Agreement as the CM/GC) is defined as the general contractor that is awarded the contract to construct the Project. Design Development Documents means: 1) any manufacturers complete literature/documentation and technical data; 2) the complete architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing and electrical drawings and outline specifications for the Project; 3) all architects, professional engineers and land surveyors drawings and design development calculations; and 4) all samples, more particularly set forth in the design specifications. Design Criteria means the design criteria developed by the Owner in collaboration with third parties and with certain of Architects Consultants, during the course of the pre-development phase of the Project. Direct Construction Costs means the cost to the Owner of all divisions of construction including portable equipment only if designed or specified by the Architect for inclusion in the construction specifications. Owners Construction Representative means the Owners representative so identified in this Agreement, who will function as the main Project management representative of the Owner under this Agreement, the main manager of other Project contracts related to design, development, construction and oversight of the Project and the main Owner contact with regulatory agencies having jurisdiction over the Project. Reimbursable Expenses are those expenses described in Section 5.2 - REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES of this Agreement. Schematic Design Services means those services performed by the Architect, from the Owner-approved programming and other preliminary design information, that are necessary to prepare design documents consisting of drawings and other documents illustrating the general scope, scale and relationship of Project components. Services are all those services to be performed by the Architects under the terms of this Agreement. Work is defined as the furnishing of all materials, labor, equipment, transportation, services, and incidentals for the construction of the Project by the Contractor that is eventually awarded the Construction Contract for the Project. 1.6 DIRECTIVES FOR PERFORMANCE OF THE SERVICES 1.6.1 The Architect agrees to provide, with the assistance of the Consultants, all professional Services for this Project described in this Agreement, including the Request for Proposals #_______ dated _______________, and referenced in the proposal dated _________________, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as Error! Reference source not found.. 1.6.2 The Architect shall comply with the schedule detailed in Section 1.3 - CRITICAL DATE SCHEDULE above. The Architect agrees that time is of the essence in the performance of this Agreement. 1.6.3 The estimated direct, hard construction costs for this project is $________________. PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 6 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ 1.6.4 Architect agrees to fully cooperate with Owner to meet all Project budgets. Architect, upon notice from Owner, agrees to modify, at Architect's sole expense, Architect's Schematic Design documents, Design Development documents or Construction Documents (or with Owners approval those portions of those documents where opinions of probable construction costs or bids exceeded the budget or stipulated percentage). Architect agrees to cooperate with Owner in revising the Project scope and quality in order to reduce the opinion of probable construction cost, or the bids or negotiated price, so that they do not exceed the Project budget. 1.6.5 The Architect shall provide all Services for the Project in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The Architects performance of Services shall be as a professional Architect to the Owner to perform the professional services necessary for the Project, and to provide the technical documents and supervision required to achieve the Owners Project objectives. 1.6.6 The Architect agrees to utilize the key personnel and Consultants identified on the attached Exhibit C Architects Key Personnel and Consultants, which is incorporated herein by this reference, in the performance of the Services for the Project. Architect is liable and responsible for all Services performed by the Consultants. Architect shall include in all Architect-Consultant contracts a provision naming the Owner as an intended third-party beneficiary of the Architect-Consultant contracts. Furthermore, Architect shall incorporate in all Architect-Consultant contracts all provisions of this Architects Agreement that will in any way apply to the Architect-Consultant contracts, including but not limited to the provision of Section 13 - OWNERSHIP AND USE OF WORK PRODUCT, Section 10 - MEDIATION, Section 21 - COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS, Section 22 - GOVERNING LAW; VENUE; CONSENT TO JURISDICTION, Section 24 - ACCESS TO RECORDS and Section 30 - CONFLICT OF INTEREST. In addition to the full names, titles/positions and a summary of the duties and Services to be performed by the key personnel and Consultants that are included in the attached Exhibit C Architects Key Personnel and Consultants, the Architect agrees to promptly provide such additional information on the professional background of each of the assigned personnel and Consultants as may be requested by the Owner. The Architect acknowledges that the Owners award of this Agreement to the Architect was made on the basis of the unique background and abilities of the Architects key personnel and Consultants originally identified in the Architects RFP proposal. Therefore, the Architect specifically understands and agrees that any attempted substitution or replacement of a key person or Consultant by the Architect, without the written consent of the Owner, shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement. In the event that key personnel or Consultants become unemployed or otherwise unavailable to the Architect at any time, Architect shall replace the key personnel and Consultants with personnel or Consultants having substantially equivalent or better qualifications than the key personnel or Consultants being replaced, as confirmed and approved by Owner. Likewise, the Architect shall remove any individual or Consultant from the Project if so directed by Owner in writing following discussion with the Architect, provided the Architect shall have a reasonable time period within which to find a suitable replacement. The Architect represents and warrants that the key personnel and Consultants identified on the attached Exhibit C Architects Key Personnel and Consultants are fully licensed to perform the particular Services assigned to them on the Project. 1.6.7 Architect shall make no news release, press release or statement to a member of the news media regarding this Project without prior written authorization from Owner. 2. ARCHITECTS SERVICES 2.1 PROGRAMMING/CONCEPT DESIGN PHASE 2.2 SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 7 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ 2.3 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 2.4 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PHASE 2.5 BIDDING SUPPORT PHASE 2.6 CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION PHASE 2.7 POST CONSTRUCTION PHASE 2.8 RFI AND SUBMITTAL PROCESSING The Architect shall process all RFIs, submittals, issues, billings, change order proposals and directives through PSUs Aim CPPM (Capital Planning & Project Module) system administered through Assetworks. This is an online data processing program that runs well on Internet Explorer 6 or 9, Firefox all versions, and Safari. Access to the system will be granted to the Architect. PSU shall provide training and technical support to the Architect. Training for this system shall be an allowable reimbursable expense from the Architect. 2.9 KEY PERSONNEL AND PROJECT TEAM 2.9.1 Architect represents that it intends to use the key personnel, team members and Consultants identified and listed in Exhibit C Architects Key Personnel and Consultants, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, in the performance of the Services for the Project. In addition to the full names, titles/positions and a summary of the duties and Services to be performed by the Developer's key personnel and team members that are included below, Architect shall promptly provide such additional information on the professional background of each of the assigned personnel and team members as Owner may request. 2.9.2 Architect acknowledges that Owner's award of this Agreement to Architect was made on the basis of the unique background and abilities of Architect's key personnel and team members originally identified in Architects proposal. Any attempted substitution or replacement of a key person or team member by Architect, without the written consent of Owner, is a material breach of this Agreement. If key personnel or team members become unavailable to Architect at any time, Architect shall replace the key personnel and team members with personnel or team members having substantially equivalent or better qualifications than the key personnel or team members being replaced, as confirmed and approved by Owner. Architect shall remove any individual or team member from the Project within a reasonable time period if requested by Owner in writing following discussion with Architect. 2.9.3 Architect represents and warrants that the key personnel and team members identified above are fully licensed (if licensure is required) to perform the particular Services assigned to them on the Project. 2.10 SERVICES OF ARCHITECTS CONSULTANTS Architects Consultants, if any, shall be paid by Architect out of the Maximum Compensation, and the Parties understand and agree that the Owner has no direct or indirect contractual obligation or other legal duty to pay the Consultants or ensure that the Architect makes full and timely payment to the Consultants for services rendered on the Project. Services performed by the Architect through the Consultants shall be included on Architect invoices at the Architects cost, without markup, at the request of the Owner. The Architect shall provide to the Owner copies of the Consultants invoices submitted to Architect, along with Architects requests for payment that are submitted to the Owner under this Agreement. 3. ADDITIONAL SERVICES 3.1 The Owner will compensate the Architect for Additional Services performed by the Architect, whether directly or through its Consultants, beyond the scope of the Architects Services described in Section 2 - ARCHITECTS PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 8 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ SERVICES, based on hourly rates for Architect personnel or Consultants, plus Reimbursable Expenses, in accordance with the schedule of charges, attached hereto as Exhibit B - Rates and incorporated into this Agreement, for the duration of this Agreement. If Additional Services are required, then prior to the Architect performing the Additional Services when a requirement below is met: 3.1.1 The Parties have executed an amendment or supplement to this Agreement that sets forth the scope and cost of the Additional Services, or 3.1.2 The Owner has issued a signed Additional Services Authorization (a form of which is attached as Exhibit D Additional Services Request Form and incorporated herein by this reference) that identifies the reason(s) that justify the Additional Services, describes the scope of the Additional Services, and states the anticipated not-to-exceed amount of the requested Additional Services. The Additional Services Authorization must be signed by the Owners Construction Representative or their respective designee(s). Receipt of the signed Additional Services Authorization by the Architect will enable the Architect to begin providing the Services covered by the Additional Services Authorization. Promptly after the Owner issues a signed Additional Services Authorization, the Parties will execute an amendment to incorporate the Additional Services into this Agreement. The Owner shall not release payment for the Additional Services until the amendment is executed by both Parties. 3.2 Subject to authorization by the Owner as provided in this Section, the Architect shall be paid for extra expenses and services involved if: 3.2.1 Substantial changes are ordered by the Owner after the Owner has acknowledged the acceptance of one or more of the planning phases described above (except changes which are ordered for the purpose of maintaining the Direct Construction Cost of the Project within the direct cost allowance). 3.2.2 Damage occurs as a result of fire or other casualty to the structure. 3.2.3 The Contractor becomes delinquent or insolvent. 3.2.4 The Architect's attendance is required at City of Portland public and/or planning board presentations. 3.2.5 The Owner requests detailed demolition drawings of existing structure(s) or if documentation must be made for salvage of existing materials, except as may be required to ensure that new construction may fit to existing construction. 3.2.6 The Owner requests Additional Services not identified under the Architects Services provision of this Agreement, such as study models, renderings, etc.; 3.2.7 The Owner requests that the Architect provide design Services associated with specialized signage for the Project that are above and beyond PSUs current standards; 3.3 In no event shall Architect be entitled to additional Compensation for additional or changed work to the extent caused in whole or in part by Architects fault or failure to perform under this Agreement. 3.4 All copies of Construction Documents shall be furnished by the Architect upon the written request of the Owner, and will be reimbursed at the cost of reproduction if in excess of the number specified by Owner. 4. ARCHITECT'S STANDARD OF CARE; PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS; REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES 4.1 Architect shall perform the Services in accordance with the professional skill, care and standards of other professionals performing similar services under similar conditions. 4.2 Subject to the above standard of care, Architect shall prepare all plans, drawings, specifications, surveys, and other documents pursuant to this Agreement so that all such documents 1) accurately reflect, incorporate and comply with all current laws, rules, regulations and ordinances which are applicable to the design and PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 9 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ construction of the Project; 2) are complete and functional for the purposes intended (except as to any deficiencies which are due to causes beyond the control of Architect); and 3) accurately reflect existing conditions; 4.3 The Architect shall be responsible for any negligent inconsistencies or omissions in the plans, drawings, specifications, surveys, and other documents. While Architect cannot guarantee that the various documents required under this Agreement are completely free of all minor human errors and omissions, it shall be the responsibility of Architect throughout the period of performance under this Agreement to use due care and perform with professional competence. Architect will, at no additional cost to Owner, correct any and all errors and omissions in the plans, drawings, specifications, surveys, and other documents prepared by Architect. Architect further agrees to render assistance to Owner in resolving other problems relating to the design of or specified materials used in the Project; 4.4 The Owner's acceptance of plans, drawings, specifications, surveys, and other documents shall not be deemed as approval of the adequacy of the plans, drawings, specifications, surveys, or other documents. Any review or acceptance by the Owner will not relieve the Architect of any responsibility for complying with the standard of care set forth herein. The Architect is responsible for all Services under this Agreement, and agrees that it will be liable for all its negligent acts, errors, or omissions, if any, in judgment relative to the Services. 4.5 Architect represents and warrants to Owner that: 4.5.1 Architect has the power and authority to enter into and perform this Agreement; 4.5.2 When executed and delivered, this Agreement shall be a valid and binding obligation of the Architect enforceable in accordance with its terms; 4.5.3 Architect shall, at all times during the term of this Agreement be duly licensed to perform the Services, and if there is no licensing requirement for the profession or Services, be duly qualified and competent; 4.5.4 Architect is an experienced architecture firm having the skill, legal capacity, and professional ability necessary to perform all the Services required under this Agreement and to design or administer a Project having this scope and complexity; 4.5.5 Architect has the capabilities and resources necessary to perform the obligations of this Agreement; and 4.5.6 Architect either is, or in a manner consistent with the standard of care set forth in this Agreement will become, familiar with all current laws, rules, and regulations which are applicable to the design and construction of the Project. The representations and warranties set forth in this Section are in addition to any other representations or warranties provided. 5. COMPENSATION 5.1 BASIC SERVICES The Owner agrees to compensate the Architect for the performance of the Basic Services on a on a time and materials basis subject for a Maximum Compensation not-to-exceed amount of $ __________. The maximum, not-to-exceed amount payable under this Agreement is $__________ (the Maximum Compensation). The Maximum Compensation cannot be increased without a fully approved and executed amendment or supplement to this Agreement. PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 10 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ 5.2 REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES The Owner shall reimburse the Architect for any allowable Reimbursable Expenses. Reimbursable expenses for the Project include actual expenditures made by the Architect and Architects Consultants, and will be reimbursed according to Exhibit B - Rates. Requests for reimbursement of allowable expenses, except meals, must include documentation of actual expenditures. 5.3 ADDITIONAL SERVICES The Owner agrees to compensate the Architect for Additional Services performed by the Architect, whether directly or through its Consultants, beyond the scope of the Architects Services described in Section 2 - ARCHITECTS SERVICES, based on hourly rates for Architect personnel or Consultants, plus Reimbursable Expenses, in accordance with the Exhibit B Hourly Rates, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, for the duration of this Agreement (except in the case of a suspension and reactivation of performance beyond the date agreed to by the Parties) but only when 1) the Parties have executed an amendment or supplement to this Agreement, or 2) the Owner has issued a signed Additional Services Authorization and the Parties have executed an amendment to this Agreement as provided in Section 3 - ADDITIONAL SERVICES. These amounts shall also be used to determine amounts owed to the Architect if this Agreement is terminated as provided in Section 17 - TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT/NON-AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS. 6. TIME OF PERFORMANCE This Agreement shall take effect on the Effective Date and Architect shall perform its obligations according to this Agreement and the schedule of performance set forth in Section 1.3 - CRITICAL DATE SCHEDULE, unless the Agreement is terminated or suspended, through final completion of construction and completion of all warranty work. 7. PAYMENTS Monthly progress payments shall be made upon presentation to the institution at the following address of the Architect's invoice, with required documentation, for professional services rendered and/or direct expenses incurred during the preceding month: Portland State University PO Box 751, Mailstop FAST-BAS Portland, OR 97207-0751 or email: basap@pdx.edu Payments to the Architect for such services performed and invoiced will be made following the Owners review and approval of the invoices and required documentation and acceptance of the services performed and approval of the Reimbursable Expenses incurred. Payments shall be made on a percentage complete basis for each phase as described in Section 5.1 BASIC SERVICES, to be billed monthly by Architect. Final payment for each phase is subject to written acceptance of the phase by the Owner. The total of all payments shall not exceed the Maximum Compensation amount set forth in Section 5.1 BASIC SERVICES. 8. ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Subject to the standard of care in Section 4 - ARCHITECT'S STANDARD OF CARE; PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS; REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, the Architect shall ensure that the Project complies with the American with mailto:basap@pdx.eduPSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 11 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG), latest version, and allows for access to programs, activities, and services in the most integrated setting reasonably possible. The Owner will be responsible for review of accessibility and interpretation of ADAAG for compliance with Federal requirements. 9. INSURANCE PROVISIONS Insurance carried by Consultant under this Agreement shall be the primary coverage. The coverages indicated are minimums unless otherwise specified in the Agreement Documents. Owner may adjust the insurance amounts required in this Section based upon specific risk assessments. The coverages and minimum limits required herein are a reflection of the perceived risk potential that the activities of the Consultant impose onto Owner but in no way limits the liability of Consultant. 9.1 Workers' Compensation: All employers, including Consultant, that employ subject workers who work under this Agreement in the State of Oregon shall comply with ORS 656.017 and provide the required Workers Compensation coverage, unless such employers are exempt under ORS 656.126. This shall include Employers Liability Insurance with coverage limits of not less than the minimum amount required by statute for each accident. Consultants who perform the Work without the assistance or labor of any employee need not obtain such coverage if the Consultant certifies so in writing. Consultant shall ensure that each of its Sub-Consultants complies with these requirements. The Consultant shall require proof of such Workers Compensation coverage by receiving and keeping on file a certificate of insurance from each Sub-Consultant or anyone else directly employed by either the Consultant or its Sub-Consultants. 9.2 Commercial General Liability: Upon execution of this Agreement, Consultant shall obtain, and keep in effect at Consultant's expense for the Term of this Agreement, Commercial General Liability Insurance covering bodily injury and property damage in a form satisfactory to Owner. This insurance shall include personal injury liability, products and completed operations, and contractual liability coverage for the indemnities provided under this Agreement (to the extent contractual liability coverage for the indemnity is available in the marketplace), and shall be issued on an occurrence basis. For Agreement amounts under $1,000,000: $1,000,000 per claim and $2,000,000 annual aggregate For Agreement amounts $1,000,000 and over: $5,000,000 per claim and $5,000,000 annual aggregate 9.3 Automobile Liability: Consultant shall obtain, at Consultant's expense, and keep in effect during the Term of this Agreement, Automobile Liability Insurance covering owned, and/or hired vehicles, as applicable. The coverage may be written in combination with the Commercial General Liability Insurance. Consultant and its Sub-Consultants shall be responsible for ensuring that all non-owned vehicles maintain adequate Automobile Liability insurance while on site. For Agreement amounts under $25,000: Statutory Limits For Agreement amounts $25,000 and over: $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit 9.4 Professional Liability/Errors & Omissions: Consultant shall obtain, at Consultant's expense, and keep in effect during the Term of this Agreement, Professional Liability/Errors & Omissions insurance covering any damages caused by any negligent error, omission, or any act for the Project, its drawings and project manual, and all related work products of the Consultant. The policy may be either a practice based policy or a policy pertaining to the specific project. For Agreement amounts under $1,000,000: $1,000,000 per claim and $2,000,000 annual aggregate For Agreement amounts $1,000,000 and over: $5,000,000 per claim and $5,000,000 annual aggregate PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 12 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ 9.5 Umbrella Liability: Consultants primary and umbrella liability limits may be added together to meet the minimum required limits for an individual line of coverage. 9.6 "Tail" Coverage: If any of the required liability insurance is arranged on a "claims made" basis, "tail" coverage will be required at the completion of this Agreement for a duration of 36 months or the maximum time period available in the marketplace if less than 36 months. Consultant shall furnish certification of "tail" coverage as described or continuous "claims made" liability coverage for 36 months following Final Completion. Continuous "claims made" coverage will be acceptable in lieu of "tail" coverage provided its retroactive date is on or before the effective date of this Agreement. Owners receipt of the policy endorsement evidencing such coverage shall be a condition precedent to Owners obligation to make final payment and to Owners final acceptance of Work or services and related warranty (if any). 9.7 Additional Insured: The general liability insurance coverage and umbrella shall include the Owner as additional insureds but only with respect to the Consultant's activities to be performed under this Agreement. Consultant must provide Owner with an Additional Insured Endorsement naming Portland State University and its officers, agents, employees, and trustees as additional insureds. If Consultant cannot obtain an insurer to name the Owner as additional insureds, Consultant shall obtain at Consultant's expense, and keep in effect during the Term of this Agreement, Owners and Consultants Protective Liability Insurance, naming the Owner as additional insureds with not less than a $2,000,000 limit per occurrence. This policy must be kept in effect for 36 months following Final Completion. As evidence of coverage, Consultant shall furnish the actual policy to Owner prior to execution of the Agreement. 9.8 Notice of Cancellation or Change: If the Consultant receives a non-renewal or cancellation notice from an insurance carrier affording coverage required herein, or receives notice that coverage no longer complies with the insurance requirements herein, Consultant agrees to notify Owner within five (5) business days with a copy of the non-renewal or cancellation notice, or written specifics as to which coverage is no longer in compliance. When notified by Owner, the Consultant agrees to stop Work pursuant to this Agreement, unless all required insurance remains in effect. Any failure to comply with the reporting provisions of this insurance, except for the potential exhaustion of aggregate limits, shall not affect the coverages provided to the Owner and its officers, agents, employees, and trustees. Owner shall have the right, but not the obligation, of prohibiting Consultant from entering the Work site until a new certificate(s) of insurance is provided to Owner evidencing the replacement coverage. The Consultant acknowledges and agrees that Owner reserves the right to withhold payment to Consultant until evidence of reinstated or replacement coverage is provided to Owner. 9.9 Certificate(s) of Insurance: As evidence of the insurance coverage required by this Agreement, the Consultant shall furnish certificate(s) of insurance to the Owner prior to execution of the Agreement. The certificate(s) will specify all of the parties who are additional insureds or loss payees for this agreement. Insurance coverage required under this Agreement shall be obtained from insurance companies or entities acceptable to the Owner and that are eligible to provide such insurance under Oregon law. The Consultant shall be financially responsible for all deductibles, self-insured retentions and/or self-insurance included hereunder. Any deductible, self-insured retention and/or self-insurance in excess of $50,000 shall be subject to approval by the Owner in writing and shall be a condition precedent to the effectiveness of this Agreement. 10. MEDIATION PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 13 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ Architect and Owner, in an effort to resolve any conflicts that may arise during the design or construction of the Project or following the completion of the Project, agree that all disputes between them arising out of or relating to this agreement or any supplements hereto, shall be submitted to non-binding mediation unless the parties mutually agree otherwise. Architect further agrees to include a similar provision in all agreements with Consultants retained for the Project, thereby providing for mediation as the primary method for dispute resolution between the parties to those agreements. All parties agree to exercise their best effort in good faith to resolve all disputes in mediation. Each party will pay its own costs for the time and effort involved in mediation. The cost of the mediator shall be shared equally by all parties to the dispute. 11. INDEMNITY 11.1 Claims for Other than Professional Liability - Architect shall indemnify, save, defend, and hold harmless the Owner (its colleges and universities, and its and their officers, agents, and employees) from and against all claims, suits, actions, losses, damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses of whatsoever nature, including intentional acts, to the extent caused by the activities of the Architect and/or its Consultants, partners, joint ventures, officers, agents or employees acting under or pursuant this Agreement or any amendment or supplement hereto. 11.2 Claims for Professional Liability - Architect shall save, defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the Owner (its colleges and universities, and its and their officers, agents, and employees) from and against all claims, suits or actions, losses, damages, liabilities, costs, or expenses of whatsoever to the extent caused by the professional negligent acts, errors or omissions of Architect and/or its Consultants, partners, joint ventures, officers, agents or employees acting under this Agreement or any amendment or supplement hereto. 12. LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES Except for any liability of Architect arising under or related to Section 4 - ARCHITECT'S STANDARD OF CARE; PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS; REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, neither party shall be liable for any indirect, incidental, consequential or special damages under this Agreement or any damages of any sort arising solely from the termination of this Agreement in accordance with its terms. 13. OWNERSHIP AND USE OF WORK PRODUCT 13.1 WORK PRODUCT Copies of plans, drawings, specifications, surveys, and other documents or other materials required to be delivered under this Agreement ("Work Product") are the exclusive property of Owner. Owner and Architect intend that the Work Product be deemed "work made for hire," of which Owner is deemed the author. If for any reason Work Product is not deemed "work made for hire" Architect hereby irrevocably assigns to Owner all of its right, title and interest in and to such Work Product, whether arising from copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret, or any other state or federal intellectual property law or doctrine. Architect shall execute such further documents and instruments as Owner may reasonably request in order to fully vest such rights in Owner. Architect forever waives all rights relating to the Work Product, including without limitation, any and all rights arising under 17 USC 106A or any other rights of identification of authorship or rights of approval, restriction or limitation on use of subsequent modifications. 13.2 ARCHITECT'S USE OF WORK PRODUCT Architect, despite other conditions of this Section, may use the Work Product without charge in its brochures or other literature employed for its sales and, in addition, unless specifically otherwise exempted, Architect PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 14 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ may use without charge standard line drawings, details, specifications, calculations and other parts of the design not prepared exclusively for the Owner on other unrelated projects. 13.3 OWNER REUSE OR MODIFICATION OF WORK PRODUCT If Owner reuses or modifies the Work Product without Architect's involvement or prior written consent, Owner shall indemnify Architect, to the extent permitted by Article XI, Section 7 of the Oregon Constitution and subject to the limits of the Oregon Tort Claims Act, against liability for personal injury, death, damage to life or property and other claims, damages and losses arising from Owner's reuse or modification of the Work Product; provided, however, the Owner is not required to indemnify the Architect for any liability to the extent caused by wrongful acts or omissions of the Architect, the Architect's officers, directors, members, partners, employees or agents. 14. NOTICES Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, any notices to be given hereunder shall be given in writing by personal delivery, facsimile, or mailing the same, postage prepaid, to Architect or Owner at the address or number set forth below, or to such other addresses or numbers as either Party may hereafter indicate pursuant to this Section. Any notice so addressed and mailed shall be deemed to be given five (5) calendar days after the date of mailing. Any notice delivered by facsimile shall be deemed to be given when receipt of the transmission is generated by the transmitting machine. To be effective against Owner, such facsimile transmission must be confirmed by telephone notice to Owners Representative named below. Any notice by personal delivery shall be deemed to be given when actually delivered. Regular, day-to-day communications between the Parties may be transmitted through one of the methods set forth above, in person, by telephone, by e-mail, or by other similar electronic transmission. Representatives for the Architect and the Owner for purposes of notice and for other specific purposes provided for under this Agreement are: Architect: Attn: Telephone: _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ Address: _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ Owner: Attn: Telephone: Portland State University Cate Antisdel (503) 725-4326 Address: PO Box 751 Mailcode FAST-CAPS Portland, OR 97207-97215 15. SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS The provisions of this Agreement shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the Parties and their respective successors and assigns. After the original Agreement is executed, Architect shall not enter into any new Architect agreements for any of the Services scheduled under this Agreement or assign or transfer any of its interest in or rights or obligations under this Agreement, without Owners prior written consent. In addition to any provisions Owner may require, Architect shall include in any permitted Architect agreement under this Agreement a requirement that the Architect be bound by Sections 9 - INSURANCE PROVISIONS, 10 - MEDIATION, 11 - INDEMNITY, 12 - LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES, 13 - OWNERSHIP AND USE OF WORK PRODUCT, 17 - TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT/NON-AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS, 18 - TAX COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION, 20 - FOREIGN CONTRACTOR, 21 - COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS, 22 - GOVERNING LAW; VENUE; CONSENT TO PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 15 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ JURISDICTION, 23 - INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS, 24 - ACCESS TO RECORDS, and 28 - WAIVER of this Agreement. 16. NO THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES Owner and Architect are the only parties to this Agreement and are the only parties entitled to enforce its terms. Nothing in this Agreement gives, is intended to give, or shall be construed to give or provide any benefit or right, whether directly, indirectly or otherwise, to third persons unless such third persons are individually identified by name herein and expressly described as intended beneficiaries of the terms of this Agreement. 17. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT/NON-AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS 17.1 The Owner and the Architect, by mutual written agreement, may terminate this Agreement at any time. 17.2 The Owner, on 30 days written notice to the Architect, may terminate this Agreement for any reason deemed appropriate in its sole discretion. 17.3 Owner may terminate this Agreement, in whole or in part, immediately upon notice to Architect, or at such later date as Owner may establish in such notice, upon the occurrence of any of the following events: 17.3.1 Owner fails to receive funding, or appropriations, limitations or other expenditure authority at levels sufficient to pay for Architect's work; 17.3.2 Federal or state laws, regulations or guidelines are modified or interpreted in such a way that either the work under this Agreement is prohibited or Owner is prohibited from paying for such work from the planned funding source; 17.3.3 Architect no longer holds any license or certificate that is required to perform the work; 17.3.4 Architect commits any material breach or default of any covenant, warranty, obligation or agreement under this Agreement, fails to perform the work under this Agreement within the time specified herein or any extension thereof, or so fails to pursue the work as to endanger Architect's performance under this Agreement in accordance with its terms, and such breach, default or failure is not cured within 10 business days after delivery of Owner's notice, or such longer period of cure as Owner may specify in such notice. 17.4 Owner reasonably believes that sufficient funds are anticipated to pay all amounts due hereunder and hereby covenants and agrees that it will use its best efforts to obtain and properly request and pursue funds from which payments hereunder may be made, including making provisions for such payments to the extent necessary in the budget submitted for the purpose of obtaining funds and using its best efforts to have such budget approved. It is Owner's intention to make all payments due hereunder if funds are legally available therefor and in that regard Owner represents and warrants to Architect that this agreement is important to Owner's efficient and economic operation. If, despite the above, Owner is not allotted sufficient funds for the next succeeding fiscal period by appropriation, appropriation limitation, grant, or other funds source lawfully available to it for such purposes to continue the Project and make payments hereunder, Owner may terminate this Agreement, by notice to Architect, without penalty, effective at the end of the current fiscal period for which funds have been allocated and if not so terminated Owner will remain fully obligated for all amounts owing hereunder. Such termination shall not constitute an event of default under any other provision of the Agreement, but Owner shall be obligated to pay all charges incurred through the end of such fiscal period. Owner shall give Architect notice of such non-availability of funds within thirty (30) days after it received notice of such non-availability. 17.5 In the event of termination of the agreement: 1) the Owner shall compensate the Architect for all Services performed prior to the termination date, together with reimbursable expenses then due, and such amounts PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 16 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ shall immediately become due and payable; and 2) the Architect shall immediately cease all Work under this Agreement, unless Owner expressly directs otherwise in the notice of termination, and shall provide to the Owner all Work Product, information, works-in-progress or other property that are or would be deliverables had this Agreement been completed. In the event of termination of this agreement, the Architect shall be responsible to the Owner for the quality of its work product through the date of termination. 18. TAX COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION By signature on this Architect Agreement, the undersigned hereby certifies under penalty of perjury that the undersigned is authorized to act on behalf of Architect and that Architect is, to the best of the undersigneds knowledge, not in violation of any Oregon Tax Laws. For purposes of this certification, "Oregon tax laws" means a state tax imposed by ORS 320.005 to 320.150 and 403.200 to 403.250, ORS Chapters 118, 314, 316, 317, 318, 321 and 323; the elderly rental assistance program under ORS 310.630 to 310.706; and local taxes administered by the Oregon Department of Revenue under ORS 305.620. 19. DISCLOSURE OF SOCIAL SECURITY OR EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Architect must provide Architect's Social Security number unless Architect provides a federal employer identification number. This number is requested pursuant to ORS 305.385 and OAR 150-305.100. Social Security numbers provided pursuant to this authority will be used for the administration of state, federal and local tax laws. 20. FOREIGN CONTRACTOR If Architect is not domiciled in or registered to do business in the State of Oregon, Architect shall promptly provide to the Oregon Department of Revenue and the Secretary of State Corporation Division all information required by those agencies relative to this Agreement. Architect shall demonstrate its legal capacity to perform the work under this Agreement in the State of Oregon prior to entering into this Agreement. 21. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS Architect agrees to comply with all federal, state, county, and local laws, ordinances, and regulations applicable to the work to be done under this Agreement per Section 4 - ARCHITECT'S STANDARD OF CARE; PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS; REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES. Architect specifically agrees to comply with all applicable requirements of federal and state civil rights and rehabilitation statues, rules and regulations. Architect also shall comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Pub L No. 101-336), ORS 659.425, and all regulations and administrative rules established pursuant to those laws. Failure or neglect on the part of Architect to comply with any or all such laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations shall not relieve Architect of these obligations nor of the requirements of this Agreement. Architect further agrees to make payments promptly when due, to all persons supplying to such Architect labor or materials for the prosecution of the work provided in this Agreement; pay all contributions or amounts due the Industrial Accident Fund from such contractor incurred in the performance of this Agreement; not permit any lien or claim to be filed or prosecuted against the state on account of any labor or material furnished; pay to the Department of Revenue all sums withheld from employees pursuant to ORS 316.167. If Architect fails or refuses to make any such payments required herein, the appropriate Institution official may pay such claim. Any payment of a claim in the manner authorized in this Section shall not relieve the Architect or Architect's surety from obligation with respect to any unpaid claims. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Oregon Building Codes require all new construction to be totally accessible to people with physical limitations. Owner expects that all spaces PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 17 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ in designs for new facilities and in remodel projects will be accessible to people with physical limitations, and will be accessible. 22. GOVERNING LAW; VENUE; CONSENT TO JURISDICTION This Agreement shall be governed by and constructed in accordance with the laws of the State of Oregon without regard to principles of conflicts of law. Any claim, action, suit or proceeding (collectively Claim) between Owner and Architect that arises from or relates to this Agreement shall be brought and conducted solely and exclusively within the Circuit Court of Multnomah County for the State of Oregon; provided, however, if a Claim must be brought in a federal forum, it shall be brought and conducted solely and exclusively within the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. In no event shall this Section be construed as a waiver by the State of Oregon of any form of defense or immunity, whether based on sovereign immunity, governmental immunity, immunity based on the Eleventh Amendment to the United States Constitution or otherwise. ARCHITECT, BY EXECUTION OF THIS AGREEMENT, HEREBY CONSENTS TO THE IN PERSONAM JURISDICTION OF SAID COURTS. 23. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS 23.1 Architect shall perform all required Services as an independent contractor. Although Owner reserves the right (1) to determine (and modify) the delivery schedule for the work to be performed and (2) to evaluate the quality of the competed performance, Owner cannot and will not control the means or manner of Architect's performance. Architect is responsible for determining the appropriate means and manner of performing the Services. 23.2 Architect is not an officer, employee, or agent of the State or Owner as those terms are used in ORS 30.265. 23.3 Architect is not a contributing member of the Public Employee's Retirement System and will be responsible for any federal or state taxes applicable to any compensation or payments paid to Architect under this Agreement. Architect will not be eligible for any benefits from these payments of federal Social Security, unemployment insurance or worker's compensation, except as a self-employed individual. If this payment is to be charged against federal funds, the Architect certifies that it is not currently employed by the federal government. 24. ACCESS TO RECORDS For not less than three (3) years after Agreement expiration, the Owner, the Secretary of State's Office of the State of Oregon, the federal government, and their duly authorized representatives shall have access to the books, documents, papers, and records of the Architect which are directly pertinent to the specific Agreement for the purpose of making audit, examination, excerpts, and transcripts. If for any reason, any part of this agreement, or any resulting construction contract(s) is involved in litigation, Architect shall retain all pertinent records for not less than three years or until all litigation is resolved, whichever is longer. Full access will be provided in preparation for and during litigation. 25. SURVIVAL All rights and obligations shall cease upon termination or full performance of this Agreement, except for the rights and obligations set forth in Sections 4 - ARCHITECT'S STANDARD OF CARE; PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS; REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, 11 - INDEMNITY, 12 - LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES, 13 - OWNERSHIP AND USE OF WORK PRODUCT, 17 - TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT/NON-AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS, 22 - GOVERNING LAW; VENUE; CONSENT TO JURISDICTION, 24 - ACCESS TO RECORDS, and 25 - SURVIVAL of this Agreement. 26. SEVERABILITY PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 18 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ The parties agree that if any term or provision of this agreement is declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be illegal or in conflict with any law, the validity of the remaining terms and provisions shall not be affected, and the rights and obligations of the parties shall be construed and enforced as if the Agreement did not contain the particular term or provision held to be invalid. 27. FORCE MAJEURE Neither party shall be held responsible for delay or default caused by fire, riot, acts of God, and war which are beyond such party's reasonable control. Each party shall, however, make all reasonable efforts to remove or eliminate such a cause of delay or default and shall, upon the cessation of the cause, diligently pursue performance of its obligations under the agreement. 28. WAIVER The failure of the Owner or Architect to enforce any provision of this agreement shall not constitute a waiver by that Party of that or any other provision. 29. MERGER CLAUSE THIS AGREEMENT AND ATTACHED EXHIBITS CONSTITUTE THE ENTIRE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE PARTIES ON THE SUBJECT MATTER HEREOF. THERE ARE NO UNDERSTANDINGS, AGREEMENTS, OR REPRESENTATIONS, ORAL OR WRITTEN, NOT SPECIFIED HEREIN REGARDING THIS AGREEMENT. NO AMENDMENT, CONSENT, OR WAIVER OF TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BIND EITHER PARTY UNLESS IN WRITING AND SIGNED BY ALL PARTIES. ANY SUCH AMENDMENT, CONSENT, OR WAIVER SHALL BE EFFECTIVE ONLY IN THE SPECIFIED INSTANCE AND FOR THE SPECIFIC PURPOSE GIVEN. ARCHITECT, BY THE SIGNATURE BELOW OF ITS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE, ACKNOWLEDGES HAVING READ AND UNDERSTOOD THIS AGREEMENT AND THE ARCHITECT AGREES TO BE BOUND BY ITS TERMS AND CONDITIONS. 30. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Except with Owner's prior written consent, Architect shall not engage in any activity, or accept any employment, interest or contribution that would or would reasonably appear to compromise Architect's professional judgment with respect to this Project, including without limitation, concurrent employment on any project in direct competition with the Project. 31. PREVAILING WAGE RATES Services under this Agreement that have been interpreted by the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry (BOLI) as subject to the prevailing wage rate law, ORS 279C.800 et seq., shall be compensated as following: the hourly rate specified in the Architects Proposal for that specific Service, plus the difference between the PWR for that Service at the time a Supplement is issued and the PWR for that Service at the time that all Proposals were due. All other Services under this Agreement shall be compensated at rates specified in Architects Proposal. 32. COUNTERPARTS This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, electronically transmitted, all of which when taken together constitute one agreement binding on all parties, notwithstanding that all parties are not signatories to the same counterpart. Each copy of the Agreement so executed constitutes an original. Consultant, by the signature below of its authorized representative, hereby acknowledges that it has read this Agreement, understands it, and agrees to be bound by its terms and conditions. PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 19 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ In witness whereof, Portland State University executes this Agreement and the Consultant does execute the same as of the Effective Date. ___________________, Architect _______________________________________________________ Signature Date _______________________________________________________ Printed Name _______________________________________________________ Title Portland State University, Owner ______________________________________ Catherine Antisdel Date Construction Contracts Supervisor PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 20 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ EXHIBITS EXHIBIT A PROPOSAL ..................................................................................................................................................... 21 EXHIBIT B RATES ............................................................................................................................................................ 22 EXHIBIT C ARCHITECTS KEY PERSONNEL AND CONSULTANTS ..................................................................................... 23 EXHIBIT D ADDITIONAL SERVICES REQUEST FORM ....................................................................................................... 24 PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 21 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ EXHIBIT A PROPOSAL PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 22 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ EXHIBIT B RATES PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 23 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ EXHIBIT C ARCHITECTS KEY PERSONNEL AND CONSULTANTS PSU PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT (0714) PAGE 24 of 24 AGREEMENT #__________ EXHIBIT D ADDITIONAL SERVICES REQUEST FORM Additional Services Authorization Form ADDITIONAL SERVICES AUTHORIZATION NO. ___ Contract No.: _______________ Project: _______________ Architect: _______________ This Additional Services Authorization pertains to that Architectural and Engineering Services Agreement dated as of ______, 2014 (the Agreement). You are hereby authorized to perform the Additional Services described below subject to the terms and conditions of the Agreement. You shall not exceed the authorized not-to-exceed amount (NTE) stated below. If you believe that you cannot perform the Additional Services with the identified NTE, then do not initiate the work and notify the Owner in writing immediately. If your costs reach the NTE, then stop work and notify the Owner in writing immediately. I. Justification of the Additional Services under Section 3 - ADDITIONAL SERVICES of the Agreement: II. Scope of Additional Services: III. Authorized not-to-exceed amount, including Reimbursable Expenses: $_____________ Owners Authorized Representative: _____________________________________(print)___ Date: ______________ _______________________________________(sign)____

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