Administrative expenses (including postage, presentation materials, copyright registration, etc.)
Materials and supplies (itemize all anticipated aspects and components with per unit and total cost estimates including applicable sales tax)
Fabrication costs (itemize all portions of subcontracted work and work to be completed by Artist)
Site preparation (do not include costs covered by the City or others)
Transportation of materials or finished work to the site, storage, etc.)
Installation costs (labor, equipment, base or mounting devices and components, traffic barricades/control, landscaping, site restoration, electrical modifications, etc.)
Lighting (design, fixtures, bulbs, site preparation, and installation)
Permits and taxes (sales tax, use tax, City permits, etc.)
A preliminary fabrication plan, which includes a proposed list of materials, methods of fabrication, and
A preliminary transportation plan;
A preliminary installation plan, which outlines the proposed installation method, includes a timeline for the artwork installation that coordinates with other construction events at the Project, and identifies a schedule of relevant tasks that must be completed prior to, during and after installation; and
A preliminary maintenance plan, which includes descriptions of the Artwork’s operational, routine maintenance and conservation requirements.
10.4 Reviewing Bodies. A group or groups of people representing the City and/or its
constituents [Reviewing Bodies] will be assembled by the Project Manager to review and approve the artwork proposal and its requirements at various stages of development. The Reviewing Bodies include, but are not limited to, the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture (Commission), its Public Art Committee, the City’s Development Services Department and the City’s Public Works Departments.
A.10.5 Proposal Review Process. The Project Manager and other members of City staff may review the schematic artwork proposal and require that the Artist make modifications to it before permitting its submission to the Reviewing Bodies. The Artist agrees to address the Project Manager’s and City staff members’ comments and modification requirements prior to submitting it to the Reviewing Bodies for approval. The Reviewing Bodies shall review and make recommendations about the schematic artwork proposal. The Reviewing Bodies may recommend approval, approval with conditions or disapproval of the schematic artwork proposal. In the event that the Reviewing Bodies recommend disapproval, or approval with conditions, the Artist, upon written notification from the Project Manager, shall respond to the Reviewing Bodies’ comments in writing and submit a revised schematic artwork proposal to the Project Manager for review. The Reviewing Bodies shall review the revised schematic artwork proposal and make additional recommendations until the schematic artwork proposal is approved by the Reviewing Bodies.
A.10.5.1 Notice of Approval for Schematic Artwork Proposal. The Artist shall not proceed with work on the Scope of Services until the Project Manager has issued the Artist a notice of approval for the schematic artwork proposal.
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