3. The commission draws up a report, signed by all its members, which sets out the reasons for the choices made regarding the merits of each project, the pertinent observations and all the clarifications necessary in order to give an account of the final evaluations.
4. In order to clarify individual aspects of the projects, candidates may be asked to answer questions that the selection board indicates in the minutes. A complete record of the dialogue between the members of the selection board and the candidates is drawn up.
1. The amount of the prize to be awarded to the winner of a design competition is determined not exceeding sixty percent of the presumed amount of the services necessary for the preparation of the preliminary project.
2. A further sum of between forty and seventy percent of the prize determined pursuant to paragraph 1 is allocated to the competitors deemed worthy, as a reimbursement of expenses for the preparation of the preliminary project.
a) in compliance with the specific functional, performance, regulatory and technical provisions contained in the feasibility study, in the preliminary design document or in the design documents of the levels already approved;
e) efficient in terms of its ability to achieve the expected result by minimizing construction, management and maintenance costs.
a) verification of the application of specific standards and technical reference rules adopted for the drafting of the project;
b) the verification of the consistency of the design hypotheses based on the environmental, cartographic, architectural, structural, plant engineering and safety technical elaborations.
5. Verification of the completeness and adequacy of the project pursuant to paragraph 3, letter b), involves:
a) verification of the correspondence of the names of the designers to those holding the assignment and verification of the signing of the documents for the assumption of their respective responsibilities;
b) documentary verification by checking the existence of all the documents required for the level of the project to be examined;
e) verification of the completeness of the changes made to the project following its previous examination;
6. Checking the legibility, coherence and traceability of the project pursuant to paragraph 3, letter c), involves:
a) verifying the legibility of the documents with regard to the use of conventional processing languages;
b) verifying the comprehensibility of the information contained in the documents and the traceability of the calculations made;
a) verification of the compliance of the design solutions with the requirements expressed in the feasibility study or in the preliminary design document or in the design documents produced in the previous phase;
b) verification of the compliance of the design solution with the reference standards and with any requirements, in relation to the aspects specified below:
a) for general reports, verifying whether the contents are consistent with their chapter and graphic description, as well as with the requirements defined in the feasibility study or in the preliminary design document and with the contents of the authorization and approval documents referring to the phase previous project;
1) verifying whether the assumptions and criteria underlying the calculations are consistent with the destination of the work and with the correct application of the laws and regulations relevant to the case in question;
2) verifying whether the sizing of the work, with reference to the various components, has been carried out completely, in relation to the design level to be verified, and that the calculation methods used are explained in such a way as to be legible, clear and interpretable;
3) verifying the consistency of the results with the content of the graphic elaborations and the performance and chapter requirements;
4) verifying the correctness of the sizing for the elements considered most critical, which must also be deduced from the illustrative description of the calculation report itself;
5) verifying whether the design choices constitute a suitable solution in relation to the durability of the work under the conditions of use and maintenance envisaged;
d) for graphic drawings, verifying whether each element, identifiable on the graphics, is described in geometric terms and if, if its characteristics are not declared, it is uniquely identified through a code or through another identification system that can refer to it the description of other documents, including performance and capitular documents;
e) for the specifications, the performance documents and the contract scheme, verifying whether each element, identifiable on the drawings, is adequately qualified within the performance and specification documentation and also verifying the coordination between the project requirements and the clauses of the outline of the contract, the special tender specifications and the maintenance plan of the work and its parts;
1) the parametric costs assumed at the basis of the summary calculation of the expenditure are consistent with the quality of the planned work and the complexity of the necessary work;
2) unit prices are deducted from the price list provided for by article 13 of the law or are determined by analysis pursuant to article 9, paragraph 5, and have been updated in accordance with article 44 of the law;
3) the unit prices assumed on the basis of the estimated metric calculation are consistent with the price analyzes and unit prices;
4) the elements of the estimated metric calculation include all the works envisaged in the performance and chapter documentation and correspond to the graphic and descriptive drawings;
8) the bill of quantities and the contract outline identify the prevailing category, the separable and subcontracting categories at the choice of the contractor, the categories with qualification obligation and the categories provided for by article 37, paragraph 5, of the law;
9) the economic estimates relating to management and maintenance plans refer to similar works which are known by the market or if the calculations are based on methods acceptable to the science in use and achieve the objective requested by the client;
10) the economic and financial plans are such as to ensure the pursuit of economic and financial equilibrium;
g) for the safety and coordination plan, checking if it has been drawn up for all types of work to be carried out during the construction of the work and in accordance with the relative magisteriums and if all the aspects that may have an impact have been examined direct and indirect impact on the costs and on the effective construction of the work, in line with the provisions of Legislative Decree no.