Gov't Code Section 2267.065
(a)Chapters 2155 (Purchasing: General Rules and Procedures), 2156 (Purchasing Methods), and 2166 (Building Construction and Acquisition and Disposition of Real Property), any interpretations, rules, or guidelines of the comptroller and the Texas Facilities Commission, and interpretations, rules, or guidelines developed under Chapter 2262 (Statewide Contract Management) do not apply to a qualifying project under this chapter.
(b)A responsible governmental entity may enter into a comprehensive agreement only in accordance with guidelines that require the contracting person to design and construct the qualifying project in accordance with procedures that do not materially conflict with those specified in:
(1)Subchapter G (Contracts for Facilities: Design-build), Chapter 2269 (Contracting and Delivery Procedures for Construction Projects), for facilities projects described by Section 2269.302 (Applicability of Subchapter to Buildings; Exceptions); or
(2)Subchapter H (Definitions), Chapter 2269 (Contracting and Delivery Procedures for Construction Projects), for civil works projects as defined by Section 2269.351 (Definitions).
(c)This chapter does not authorize a responsible governmental entity or a contracting person to obtain professional services through any process except in accordance with Subchapter A (Short Title), Chapter 2254 (Professional and Consulting Services).
(d)Identified team members, including the architect, engineer, or builder, may not be substituted or replaced once a project is approved and an interim or comprehensive agreement is executed without the written approval of the responsible governmental entity.
Section 2267.065 — Procurement Guidelines,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/GV/htm/GV.2267.htm#2267.065 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).