Proceeds of insurance may be used to replace property destroyed.
Boards authorized to replace buildings destroyed by fire.
Proceeds of insurance to be paid into State Treasury; disbursement of funds.
Preference to home industries in building public buildings.
Separate specifications for building contracts.
Shelter in public buildings.
Cleanup after events held on public property.
Publicly owned or operated convention centers, sports stadiums, sports arenas, coliseums, or auditoriums; booking business records; confidentiality.
Bond of contractor constructing public buildings; form; action by claimants.
Public bids; check or draft as good faith deposit.
Bids for state contracts; substitution of subcontractors.
Bid protests by educational boards.
Owner-controlled insurance programs for public construction projects.
Substitution of securities for amounts retained on public contracts.
Advertising for competitive bids or proposals.
Public-private partnerships; public records and public meetings exemptions.
Payment of subcontractors, sub-subcontractors, materialmen, and suppliers on construction contracts for public projects.
Timely payment for purchases of construction services.
Procedures for calculation of payment due dates.
Award of court costs and attorney’s fees.
Project closeout and payment of retainage.
Public construction retainage.
Preference to state residents.
Contracts for construction services; prohibited local government preferences.
Contracts for public construction works; utilization of minority business enterprises.
Contractor utilization of minority business enterprises.
Construction management or program management entities.
Local bids and contracts for public construction works; specification of state-produced lumber.
Special facilities for physically disabled.
Special symbol may be displayed.
Reconveyance of lands not used for purpose specified.
Department of Management Services; responsibility; department rules.
Approval required before construction or lease of buildings.
Department of Management Services not required to participate in PRIDE leasing process; Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services authorized to sell property without complying with specified laws.
Lease of space financed with local government obligations.
Contracts which require annual appropriation; contingency statement.
Contracts for lease of buildings; prohibited provisions.
Energy Conservation and Sustainable Buildings Act; short title.
Definitions; ss. 255.251-255.2575.
No facility constructed or leased without life-cycle costs.
Energy management; buildings occupied by state agencies.
Energy-efficient and sustainable buildings.
Florida-friendly landscaping on public property.
Department authority to acquire land with or for facility thereon.
Construction contracts; department rules.
Fixed capital outlay projects; department rules; delegation of supervisory authority; delegation of responsibility for accounting records.
Authority to the Department of Management Services to manage construction projects for state and local governments.
State construction management contracting.
Use of asbestos in new public buildings or buildings newly constructed for lease to governmental entities; prohibition.
Correction of firesafety violations in certain state-owned property.
Electronic firesafety and security system.
Building and Facilities Act; short title.
Definitions; ss. 255.501-255.525.
Powers of the Department of Management Services.
Determination of qualified facilities.
Request for advisory statement.
Determination of rental rates.
Factors to be considered in establishing rental rates.
Powers of the Division of Bond Finance and the Department of Management Services.
Division of Bond Finance; revenue bonds.
Issuance of obligations by the division.
Security for payment of obligations.
Obligations; purpose, terms, approval, limitations.
Approval by State Board of Administration.
State and political subdivisions not liable on obligations.
Obligations issued constitute legal investments.
Inconsistent provisions of other laws superseded.
Consideration of energy-efficient materials; high-energy lighting.
Special contracts with charitable or not-for-profit organizations.