2020 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 53 Product(s)
2020 Design-Build Conference & Expo
Sharing Lessons Learned From the McLaren Greater Lansing ProjectContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Sharing Lessons Learned From the McLaren Greater Lansing Project
GENERAL SESSION: Lessons Learned on a GSA ProjectContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
How many times have you come to an end of a project and thought, “if I could do this all over again, I’d change a few things?” GSA did not just think it, they acted and conducted a post-mortem on a 1970s era, 16-story Federal Building modernization that took place form 2009 – 2014 using American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding. Hear critical lessons learned on this project and what the Owner and team would do differently if they could do it all over again.
Collaborative Delivery Done Right: Wichita’s Northwest Water Treatment Facility NWWTFContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
As the 2nd largest progressive design-build project in the water sector ($524M), Wichita's NWWTF has all of the ingredients to be one of the most interesting, and successful water projects in the country. The panel discussion will include the City of Wichita's Project Manager, the Owner's Site Representative (OSR, Garver), and the design-build prime Wichita Water Partners (a joint venture team of Burns & McDonnell and Alberici).
Deficient to Efficient Sewers: A Design-Build Case Study for DeKalb County, GAContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
DeKalb County, Georgia, has been under a Federal Consent Decree (CD) since 2011 because of an under-performing sanitary sewer system. This presentation focuses on 39,000 linear feet of rehabilitation and capacity up-sizing projects implemented by the County as part of Design-Build Package 1 to reduce and eliminate sanitary sewer overflows in accordance with the CD schedule. Unique challenges and lessons learned associated with the design-build delivery approach will be presented.
2019 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 30 Product(s)
2019 Design-Build Conference & Expo
Design Excellence in Design-Build - Integrated Thinking About Procurement, Teamwork and ExecutionContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/07/2019
In Washington State, design-build is becoming the project delivery method of choice for public owners seeking design excellence for high profile civic and educational facilities. The session will focus on the interdependence of procurement, teamwork, design and construction in maximizing the potential of an integrated approach that leads to high performing buildings. Projects for higher education facilities will be used as examples to discuss lessons learned and evolving trends.
Ethical Issues in Design-BuildContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/08/2019
This presentation will address a host of ethical issues in design-build procurement, teaming, competition, marketing and project execution. This will cover actual court cases, ethics cases and the new DBIA Code of Conduct, highlighting the more common ethical traps and situations confronting owners, design professionals and contractors in today's market.
Lessons Learned from Washington State's First Progressive Design-Build Public School ProjectContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/08/2019
The Progressive Design-Build delivery method is paying off for Tacoma Public Schools. With material escalation and labor cost increases pushing existing projects into the red, the Boze Elementary School project's six year old budget couldn't support current market conditions. TPS needed a better way to deliver capital projects and selected PDB. Learn how they succeeded on their first Progressive Design-Build project and how they will do it again in the future.
Change in Direction: Leveraging Design-Build to Navigate Shifting Circumstances and Balance RiskContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/08/2019
In 2015, the Ak-Chin Indian Community was facing challenges. A major casino renovation, initially planned by the casino operator, was in the planning stage. The Community expanded the scope but was concerned over resources to manage the work. An architect had been selected by Harrah's and a contractor had been selected by the Community. Over a series of conversations and analyses, ownership led the two to join forces as a design-build team. Success ensued.
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