[ Text of section effective until January 1, 2013. Repealed by 2012, 165, Sec. 66. See 2012, 165, Sec. 137.]
Section 38D. (a) Each contract for designer services for a project subject to the jurisdiction of the board shall be publicly advertised by the board in a newspaper of general circulation in the area in which the project is located or to be located, and in the central register established under section twenty A of chapter nine, and in such places as the board requires by regulation, at least two weeks before the deadline for filing applications; provided, however, that each contract for designer services for a project whose estimated cost of construction is not less than ten thousand nor more than twenty-five thousand dollars shall not be required to be advertised in a newspaper of general circulation but shall be required to be advertised in the central register.
(b) The public notice required by subparagraph (a) shall contain:
(i) a description of the project, including the specific designer services sought, the time period within which the project is to be completed, and, if available, the estimated construction cost;
(ii) if there is a program for the project, a statement of when and where the program will be available for inspection for applicants, and when and where a briefing session will be held for applicants, if one is required by the board's regulations and if there is not a program for the project, a statement to the effect;
(iii) the qualification required of applicants for the projects;
(iv) the categories of designers' consultants, if any, for which applicants must list the names of consultants which the applicant may choose to use;
(v) whether the fee has been set or will be negotiated, and if the fee has been set, the amount of the fee.