Team Design Performance (50%)
Review portfolio narra t i ves describing architectural and engineering challenges and the
design response. Confirm that the team's solutions addressed the challenges. Search
StandardForm 330 for evidence that the team as a whole has experience with the interview
topic issues (e.g., community context, design image, function, sustainable design, team
o rganization, and commitment of lead designer). Confirm that the team has experience
on projects similar in size and complexity and can work together successfully. Also expect
the presentation to confirm these conclusions.
Team Organization and Management Plan (30%)
T h rough a combination of Standard Form 330 and the oral presentation, each lead
designer-A/E team should identify key roles, lines of communication, and the means to
integrate client and community input; explain quality and cost control plans; provide
the physical location of major design and production work; describe the coordination
plan for consultant work; and outline the work to be produced in remote offices.
A/E Evaluation Board members should analyze each element and its place in the whole.
Professional Qualifications (15%)
Standard Form 330 is the primary source for detailed information on key personnel.
Expect to see resumes of the entire lead designer-A/E team.
G e o g raphic Location (5%)
Each lead designer-A/E team must demonstrate that at least 35% of the A/E contract
s e rvices will be accomplished within the geographic boundaries established for the project.
A / E E VA LU AT I O N B O A R D F I N A L R E C O M M E N D AT I O N
If there is a Stage III vision competition, the A/E Evaluation Board will assess the written
submittals for Stage II as well as the interviews and pre p a re a shortlist of at least thre e
lead designer-A/E teams to advance to the vision competition.