Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
are provided because the member sustained an accidental injury (i.e., car accident, fall) for which a third-party insurer is responsible for payment. G&C will assist in identifying and investigating potential personal injury and workers' compensation settlements or judgments, that may provide funds to which UIHMO and the Managed Care Department are entitled, to satisfy subrogation terms or any other lien rights. G&C will receive a contingency fee of 25 percent of all monies collected by suit, settlement, or otherwise. It is anticipated that annually, accounts with an estimated recovery potential of $850,000 will be assigned to G&C. If all accounts are applicable for recovery, payment to G&C is estimated at $212,500. The 25 percent contingency fee is the only payment to be received by G&C. If G&C is unsuccessful in collecting fees, no payment will be received for service. The contract will be effective October 10, 1993, for a one-year period, with the delegation of authority to the comptroller to renew the agreement for up to two additional one-year periods at the same contingency rate of 25 percent. Receipts will be deposited into and payments will be made from the UIHMO Operating Fund or the Managed Care Fund as appropriate. The vice president for business and finance recommends approval. I concur.
On motion of Ms. Reese, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Dr. Bacon, Mr. Boyle, Mrs. Calder, Dr. Gindorf, Mrs. Gravenhorst, Mr. Lamont, Ms. Lopez, Ms. Reese; no, none; absent, Governor Edgar. (Mr. Grabowski asked to be recorded as not voting on this item.) (The student advisory vote was: Aye, Ms. Huff; absent, Mr. Riley.)
Recision of Previous Action; and Employment of Engineers, Energy Conservation Projects, Chicago
(6) On November 10, 1988, the Board of Trustees approved a recommendation to request the Capital Development Board to employ the firms of Robert E. Morgan & Associates, Deerfield; J. N. Engineering Co., Inc., Evanston; and R. T. Williams & Associates, Inc., Westmont, to provide professional services for several Cycle IX energy conservation projects at the Chicago campus. (The University has been awarded Federal energy conservation grants for academic facilities at the Chicago campus under the Cycle IX Energy Conservation Program.) Subsequently, due to remodeling and changes in the occupancy use of the programmed areas, the original scope of work has been reevaluated and revised to meet current requirements. Accordingly, the president of the University, with the concurrence of the appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the board's action of November 10, 1988, approving the recommendation of the aforementioned Cycle IX engineering firms (with the exception of the classroom occupancy controls project at Stevenson Hall in Chicago and the Urbana project for modifications to air-conditioning centers) be rescinded. It is further recommended, subject to the availability of funds, that the Board of Trustees request the Capital Development Board to employ engineers for the projects listed below. The professional fee for each firm employed will be negotiated by the Capital Development Board in accordance with its fee structure for such projects.