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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In the design and construction industry, we have primarily focused on management as the predominant skill set needed for success. However, the old model of simply “planning the work and working the plan” is no longer all that is needed to succeed in our business. As an industry we need to shift from being order takers to being value generators, and that requires far more than management skills. What is missing and needed is a new kind of leadership, capable of influencing and inspiring real change to impact the cultural traditions and behaviors that have hindered our industry and stifled real innovation for far too long.

    In the design and construction industry, we have primarily focused on management as the predominant skill set needed for success. However, the old model of simply “planning the work and working the plan” is no longer all that is needed to succeed in our business. As an industry we need to shift from being order takers to being value generators, and that requires far more than management skills. What is missing and needed is a new kind of leadership, capable of influencing and inspiring real change to impact the cultural traditions and behaviors that have hindered our industry and stifled real innovation for far too long.

    Speaker
    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA, Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA

    Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, Ph.D., DBIA is the Director of the Burns school of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver. Dr. Jackson focuses on integrated project leadership, design-build project management, and interdisciplinary teaming and collaboration. Known for her work in the area of “Making the Mental Shift to Design-Build, ” she has presented at the Annual DBIA conference on numerous occasions and draws some of the largest audiences.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/21/2018

    Leadership is essentially a linguistic phenomenon. Therefore, communication is the single most powerful tool that you have at your disposal when it comes to leading effectively. In this session, we will explore the various distinctions of communication from three perspectives: - The human perspective or what gets in the way of people communicating in the first place - The technical perspective which deals with the fundamental skills of talking and listening - The spiritual perspective which considers the purposeful and authentic intentions behind our communications

    Leadership is essentially a linguistic phenomenon. Therefore, communication is the single most powerful tool that you have at your disposal when it comes to leading effectively. In this session, we will explore the various distinctions of communication from three perspectives:

    - The human perspective or what gets in the way of people communicating in the first place
    - The technical perspective which deals with the fundamental skills of talking and listening
    - The spiritual perspective which considers the purposeful and authentic intentions behind our communications

    Speaker
    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA, Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA

    Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, Ph.D., DBIA is the Director of the Burns school of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver. Dr. Jackson focuses on integrated project leadership, design-build project management, and interdisciplinary teaming and collaboration. Known for her work in the area of “Making the Mental Shift to Design-Build, ” she has presented at the Annual DBIA conference on numerous occasions and draws some of the largest audiences.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/28/2018

    Progressive design-build is one of the newest and least understood forms of design-build. In the first of this three part series, Robynne will provide an explanation of progressive design-build as well as its various forms. She will also discuss the owner’s considerations in the determination regarding whether to use progressive design-build as well as helpful procurement tools that help the owner select the right design-build team for the project.

    Progressive design-build is one of the newest and least understood forms of design-build. In the first of this three part series, Robynne will provide an explanation of progressive design-build as well as its various forms. She will also discuss the owner’s considerations in the determination regarding whether to use progressive design-build as well as helpful procurement tools that help the owner select the right design-build team for the project.

    Speaker
    Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA, Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

    Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA

    Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

    Robynne Thaxton is a Seattle-based lawyer who provides legal services to a full range of clients performing construction work. Robynne is one of the leading experts in construction law and alternative procurement both in Washington State and on a national basis. She was on the DBIA National Board for seven years, including two years on its Executive Committee. She is the vice chair of the DBIA National Education, Best Practices and Resources Committee and the former chair of the Legal and Legislation Committee, and she was instrumental in revising the DBIA form Design-Build contracts and subcontracts. She is a frequent speaker for a numerous industry organizations and universities. She served as the President of the DBIA Northwest Region from 2008 to 2010 and continues on its Board. Robynne is AV rated by Martindale-Hubble, and named as a Washington Super Lawyer in 2010-2016.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/14/2018

    Before you can move minds, you have to be able to move hearts. This is quite counter to the traditional “command and control” style of leadership that our industry is known for. But “command and control” hasn’t worked for quite some time. Instead, what is called for, but often missing in leadership, is the ability to inspire, motivate, and energize people every day. It is inspiration and motivation that can moves hearts, and ultimately, move minds, to achieve your organizational goals. In this session, we will focus on how you can intentionally improve the inspirational effect that you have on people and the difference that makes in their performance and commitment. We will explore how inspiration and leadership are interconnected and consider how genuine conversations galvanize people to achieve more than they thought possible.

    Before you can move minds, you have to be able to move hearts. This is quite counter to the traditional “command and control” style of leadership that our industry is known for. But “command and control” hasn’t worked for quite some time. Instead, what is called for, but often missing in leadership, is the ability to inspire, motivate, and energize people every day. It is inspiration and motivation that can moves hearts, and ultimately, move minds, to achieve your organizational goals. In this session, we will focus on how you can intentionally improve the inspirational effect that you have on people and the difference that makes in their performance and commitment. We will explore how inspiration and leadership are interconnected and consider how genuine conversations galvanize people to achieve more than they thought possible.

    Speaker
    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA, Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA

    Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, Ph.D., DBIA is the Director of the Burns school of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver. Dr. Jackson focuses on integrated project leadership, design-build project management, and interdisciplinary teaming and collaboration. Known for her work in the area of “Making the Mental Shift to Design-Build, ” she has presented at the Annual DBIA conference on numerous occasions and draws some of the largest audiences.

    • Register
      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/11/2018

    Most people think that presence is something you are just born with. Not true. Presence is actually a set of skills both internal and external that virtually anyone can develop and improve. Presence impacts how you show up, how you connect and how you speak. However, it’s not easy to make these improvements. It requires giving up some bad habits and changing some behaviors. But the investment is worth it if you want to build trust and credibility and strengthen your relationships to enhance collaboration. Bottom line, developing presence will make you a more effective leader.

    Most people think that presence is something you are just born with. Not true. Presence is actually a set of skills both internal and external that virtually anyone can develop and improve. Presence impacts how you show up, how you connect and how you speak. However, it’s not easy to make these improvements. It requires giving up some bad habits and changing some behaviors. But the investment is worth it if you want to build trust and credibility and strengthen your relationships to enhance collaboration. Bottom line, developing presence will make you a more effective leader.

    Speaker
    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA, Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA

    Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, Ph.D., DBIA is the Director of the Burns school of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver. Dr. Jackson focuses on integrated project leadership, design-build project management, and interdisciplinary teaming and collaboration. Known for her work in the area of “Making the Mental Shift to Design-Build, ” she has presented at the Annual DBIA conference on numerous occasions and draws some of the largest audiences.

    • Register
      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/18/2018

    Progressive design-build is one of the newest and least understood forms of design-build. In the second of this three part series, Robynne will discuss the structure of the progressive design-build contract and how it differs from other types of design-build contracts. Robynne will also review the different risks and obligations for both owners and design-builders in the progressive design-build contract.

    Progressive design-build is one of the newest and least understood forms of design-build. In the second of this three part series, Robynne will discuss the structure of the progressive design-build contract and how it differs from other types of design-build contracts. Robynne will also review the different risks and obligations for both owners and design-builders in the progressive design-build contract.

    Speaker
    Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA, Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

    Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA

    Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

    Robynne Thaxton is a Seattle-based lawyer who provides legal services to a full range of clients performing construction work. Robynne is one of the leading experts in construction law and alternative procurement both in Washington State and on a national basis. She was on the DBIA National Board for seven years, including two years on its Executive Committee. She is the vice chair of the DBIA National Education, Best Practices and Resources Committee and the former chair of the Legal and Legislation Committee, and she was instrumental in revising the DBIA form Design-Build contracts and subcontracts. She is a frequent speaker for a numerous industry organizations and universities. She served as the President of the DBIA Northwest Region from 2008 to 2010 and continues on its Board. Robynne is AV rated by Martindale-Hubble, and named as a Washington Super Lawyer in 2010-2016.

    • Register
      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/02/2018

    This presentation will discuss Right of Way Acquisition for design build projects, including aligning project schedule and cost risk. The presentation will highlight a number of variables that impact Right of Way acquisition decisions and costs. Some brief case studies and lessons learned will also be shared.

    This presentation will discuss Right of Way Acquisition for design build projects, including aligning project schedule and cost risk. The presentation will highlight a number of variables that impact Right of Way acquisition decisions and costs. Some brief case studies and lessons learned will also be shared.

    Speakers
    Shannon Sweitzer, PE, DBIA, S&ME, Inc.

    Shannon Sweitzer, PE, DBIA

    S&ME, Inc.

    Shannon graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and has over 23 years of experience in transportation project delivery including preconstruction, project procurement, materials, construction oversight, right of way acquisition and utility relocation.  Shannon joined S&ME with 20 years’ experience with NCDOT, where he held a variety of positions.  Shannon has been engaged in alternative project delivery, such as Design-Build and P3, for 15 years.   Shannon is active in DBIA serving on the Transportation Committee and Education Subcommittee.  He is also involved with the Transportation Research Board serving on the Construction Management and Concrete Pavement Construction Committees and participating as a Panel member on several NCHRP research projects.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/16/2018

    Whether trying to influence the marketplace and your clients or impact the culture of your organization, storytelling is actually one of the most effective tools to drive change. Great leaders are able to tell great stories. Getting people on board with your ideas and solutions doesn’t happen by chance. Having great ideas isn’t enough if all you can convey about them are the facts, figures and good logic that support them. In this session, we will discuss how to frame your intentions and ideas in such a way that they educate, inform, motivate and inspire to achieve the results that you are seeking.

    Whether trying to influence the marketplace and your clients or impact the culture of your organization, storytelling is actually one of the most effective tools to drive change. Great leaders are able to tell great stories. Getting people on board with your ideas and solutions doesn’t happen by chance. Having great ideas isn’t enough if all you can convey about them are the facts, figures and good logic that support them. In this session, we will discuss how to frame your intentions and ideas in such a way that they educate, inform, motivate and inspire to achieve the results that you are seeking.

    Speaker
    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA, Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, FDBIA

    Director/Professor, University of Denver

    Barbara J. Jackson, Ph.D., DBIA is the Director of the Burns school of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver. Dr. Jackson focuses on integrated project leadership, design-build project management, and interdisciplinary teaming and collaboration. Known for her work in the area of “Making the Mental Shift to Design-Build, ” she has presented at the Annual DBIA conference on numerous occasions and draws some of the largest audiences.

    • Register
      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/06/2018

    Progressive design-build is one of the newest and least understood forms of design-build. In the third of this three part series, Robynne will discuss the key elements to success in the performance of the progressive design-build project and how to avoid common pitfalls after the contract is signed.

    Progressive design-build is one of the newest and least understood forms of design-build. In the third of this three part series, Robynne will discuss the key elements to success in the performance of the progressive design-build project and how to avoid common pitfalls after the contract is signed.

    Speaker
    Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA, Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

    Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA

    Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

    Robynne Thaxton is a Seattle-based lawyer who provides legal services to a full range of clients performing construction work. Robynne is one of the leading experts in construction law and alternative procurement both in Washington State and on a national basis. She was on the DBIA National Board for seven years, including two years on its Executive Committee. She is the vice chair of the DBIA National Education, Best Practices and Resources Committee and the former chair of the Legal and Legislation Committee, and she was instrumental in revising the DBIA form Design-Build contracts and subcontracts. She is a frequent speaker for a numerous industry organizations and universities. She served as the President of the DBIA Northwest Region from 2008 to 2010 and continues on its Board. Robynne is AV rated by Martindale-Hubble, and named as a Washington Super Lawyer in 2010-2016.

    • Register
      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Arkansas’ P3 enabling legislation, water and transportation P3 statutes, and non-statutory P3 arrangements are of great interest to P3 project developers and design-build teams alike. Join this webinar to better understand basic P3s, P3 options in Arkansas, and three Arkansas P3 projects currently being developed.

    Arkansas’ P3 enabling legislation, water and transportation P3 statutes, and non-statutory P3 arrangements are of great interest to P3 project developers and design-build teams alike. Join this webinar to better understand basic P3s, P3 options in Arkansas, and three Arkansas P3 projects currently being developed.

    • Gain knowledge of key elements about P3s around the US
    • Discuss the need and interest of P3s in Arkansas
    • Understand Arkansas’ P3 enabling legislation and process
    • Understand Arkansas local water P3 statute, the transportation P3 tolling statute, and the processes (briefly discuss non-statutory P3, such as lease-back)
    • Learn about three Arkansas P3 projects under development (port, water distribution, and transportation)

    • Register
      • Non-member Practitioner - $75
      • Practitioner Member - $50
      • Owner Member - $50
      • Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $50
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $50
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