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22 Pa. Code § 349.18. Final approval of plans.

§ 349.18. Final approval of plans.

 (a)  Microfilm. Following approval of final plans and bid specifications, an applicant district shall submit two microfilm copies each of the approved construction plans, and the approved bid specifications. The Department will not approve bid costs until such copies have been received.

 (b)  Changes during construction. Following approval of final plans, further approval by the Department of any plans modification shall be required when such modification:

   (1)  requires the approval of another state agency.

   (2)  involves any change in the allocation of space; or

   (3)  could have some effect upon the health and welfare of the scheduled occupants.

 (c)  Nonreimbursable projects. Department approval of plans or specifications, or both, for any nonreimbursable project being processed under the terms and conditions of section 731 of the Public School Code of 1949 (24 P. S. §  7-731) is a prerequisite for the award of any contract related to the project.

 (d)  Emergency projects. The Department may exercise discretion concerning the review of plans and specifications for projects which qualify as emergencies in accordance with section 751 of the Public School Code of 1949 (24 P. S. §  7-751). If required, plans and specifications may be submitted to Department consideration prior to local board resolution, but no contract shall be awarded prior to their approval.

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