GSA 552.211-12 Liquidated Damages-Construction. Basic (Mar 2019)

As prescribed in 511.504, (a) The contracting officer shall insert the clause at 552.211-12, Liquidated Damages-Construction, in solicitations and contracts for construction, other than cost-plus-fixed-fee, when the contracting officer determines that liquidated damages are appropriate (see FAR 11.501(a)).

(b) The contracting officer shall insert the clause at 552.211-13, Time Extensions, in solicitations and contracts for construction that use the clause at 552.211-12, Liquidated Damages-Construction.

Liquidated Damages (Mar 2019)

FAR 52.211-12, Liquidated Damages-Construction, is supplemented as follows:

(a) If the Contractor fails to achieve substantial completion of the work within the time specified in the contract, the Contractor shall be liable to the Government for liquidated damages at the rate specified for each calendar day following the required completion date that the work is not substantially complete.

(b) If the contract requires different completion dates for different phases or portions of the work, the Contractor shall be liable for liquidated damages at the specified rate for each calendar day following the required completion date that the phase or portion of work is not substantially complete. If a single rate is specified, the specified rate shall be apportioned between the different phases or portions of the work.

(c) If the Government elects to accept any portion of the work not specifically designated as a phase or portion of work with its own required completion date, the liquidated damage rate shall be apportioned between accepted work and uncompleted work, and the Contractor's liability for liquidated damages shall be computed accordingly.

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