Interested in serving on CPARB’s Project Review Committee?

The State's Capital Projects Advisory Review Board (CPARB) is seeking letters of interest from individuals knowledgeable in the use of alternative public-works contracting procedures to serve three-year terms on its Project Review Committee (PRC). 

Specifically, PRC is looking for two general contractors, and one each from the following groups: specialty subcontractors, construction managers, construction-trades managers and the private sector.

The PRC was created to review and approve projects and project teams proposing to use the General Contractor/Construction Manager (GC/CM) and Design Build (DB) contracting methods on projects and project teams and to certify public bodies for three years to use these procedures without having to submit project applications to the PRC. The PRC is comprised of members from many different public and private entities with wide variety of backgrounds, expertise and experience.

The due date for letters of interest is May 2. 

For more info on the application process, click here.