Resources & Links
The Brooks Act
The Brooks Act (Public Law 92-582, 40 U.S.C. 541 et seq.), which was enacted on October 18, 1972, establishes the procurement process by which architects and engineers (A/Es) are selected for design contracts with federal design and construction agencies.
QBS MD-FL Study
SELECTING ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS FOR PUBLIC BUILDING PROJECTS: AN ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF THE MARYLAND AND FLORIDA SYSTEMS
APWA Red Book on QBS
This ineractive book offers guidelines and information for Public Agencies who want more information on QBS. To request copies of the APWA Red Book on Qualifications - Based Selection, please e-mail email@example.com. Please include your name and mailing address along with your request and we will send you a copy.