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Title 48 Part 552 → Subpart 552.2 → §552.236-6

Title 48 → Chapter 5 → Subchapter H → Part 552 → Subpart 552.2 → §552.236-6

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Title 48 Part 552 → Subpart 552.2 → §552.236-6

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Title 48Chapter 5Subchapter HPart 552Subpart 552.2 → §552.236-6


Title 48: Federal Acquisition Regulations System
PART 552—SOLICITATION PROVISIONS AND CONTRACT CLAUSES
Subpart 552.2—Text of Provisions and Clauses


552.236-6   Superintendence by the Contractor.

As prescribed in 536.506, insert the following clause:

Superintendence by the Contractor (Mar 2019)

The requirements of the clause entitled “Superintendence by the Contractor” at FAR 52.236-6, are supplemented as follows:

(a) The Contractor shall employ sufficient management and contract administration resources, including personnel responsible for project management, field superintendence, change order administration, estimating, coordination, inspection, and quality control, to ensure the proper execution and timely completion of the contract. The Contractor shall designate a principal of the firm or other senior management official to provide executive oversight and problem resolution resources to the project for the life of the contract.

(b) The Contractor shall employ, and require its subcontractors to employ, qualified personnel to perform the contract. The Government reserves the right to exclude, or remove from the site or building, any personnel for reasons of incompetence, carelessness, or insubordination, who violate rules and regulations concerning conduct on federal property, or whose continued employment on the site is otherwise deemed by the Government to be contrary to the public interest.

(c) The Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating all activities of subcontractors, including all of the following activities:

(1) Preparation of shop drawings produced by different subcontractors where their work interfaces or may potentially conflict or interfere.

(2) Scheduling of work by subcontractors.

(3) Installation of work by subcontractors.

(4) Use of the project site for staging and logistics.

(d) Repeated failure or excessive delay to meet the superintendence requirements by the Contractor may be deemed a default for the purposes of the termination for default clause.

(End of clause)

[84 FR 3720, Feb. 13, 2019]


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