Design-Build Town Hall: DBIA National Board Panel Tackles Owners' COVID-19 ConcernsContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/07/2020
No Credit (CEU) for this complimentary resource This webinar is a follow-up to DBIA’s May 1st Owners-Only Forum and will address the challenges Owners are experiencing in the COVID-19 crisis. From creating new safety strategies, to managing risk and reduced productivity, the AEC community is grappling with what many fear could be a “new normal.” Members of DBIA’s National Board of Directors will lead a virtual Town Hall session to talk about these issues and more. Our panel represents a broad cross-section of our industry including the architectural, contracting and integrated firm community with diverse perspectives on what lies ahead. Fueling this discussion will be a report detailing the issues Owners have highlighted as their biggest challenges today and into the future, including the role industry can play to fuel recovery and turn challenges into opportunities. Facilitator: Deb Sheehan, ACHE, LEED AP, EDAC, DBIA, Managing Director, BDO Healthcare Center for Excellence and Innovation Panelists: Rick del Monte, DBIA, FAIA, LEED AP, Managing Director/National Design Director, The Beck Group Steve M. Grauer, DBIA, Vice President, Hensel Phelps Construction Company Martin Hedlund, P.E., DBIA, Vice President, Sundt Construction, Inc Scott Churilla, DBIA, Director of Strategic Clients – Infrastructure & Transportation The Haskell Company
Are you Ready for a Post-COVID-19 Recovery?Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/23/2020
No Credit (CEU) for this complimentary resource No one can predict the future, especially in these unprecedented times. However, once COVID-19-induced workforce issues, supply constraints, and forced moratoriums are over, the AEC industry could face a tsunami of recovery, stimulus and restarted projects facing expedited schedules. Design-Build delivers in times of crisis and will do so again. Are you ready?
Embracing Innovation to Navigate DisruptionContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/14/2020
No Credit (CEU) for this complimentary resource “We’ve always done it that way” thinking is especially damaging during a period of disruption like we’re experiencing in this COVID-19 environment. How can your team truly embrace innovation? Emotional intelligence expert and AEC leadership trainer, Brent Darnell, will explore new ways of working and real-world strategies to up your risk levels to develop the innovative ideas which will be vital during and after our current pandemic crisis. We will also dig into a design/problem solving methodology originated at the Stanford School which will give you a clear path to follow to solve even the most difficult issues.
Navigating this Volatile, Uncertain, Complex & Ambiguous WorldContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/07/2020
No Credit (CEU) for this complimentary resource In the best of times, this is a highly stressful industry. Before COVID-19, we were starting to see the effects of working with these high levels of stress. Now, due to incredible uncertainty and fear, we are seeing even higher levels of stress. How do we navigate through this VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) world? How do we manage this additional stress in a positive way? How do we work at our highest levels of peak mental, physical and emotional performance despite what is happening around us? Welcome to Stress Management and Peak Performance. This webinar details what stress is doing to your body and how to practice stress management techniques for the highest levels of performance. Brent Darnell has been teaching emotional intelligence and people skills to the AEC industry since 2000. In this webinar, he will give you practical methods that you can use immediately to maintain your physical and emotional health during these uncertain times.
Managing the Fear Curve: Real-World Tools to Help Teams Deliver in Times of CrisisContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/31/2020
No Credit (CEU) for this complimentary resource Fear + Uncertainty = Paralysis. That choice & equation doesn’t have to be a reality for the AEC industry, especially design-builders with enough courage to innovate and adapt with their clients. Now’s the time to assess the needs of your market, organize and gather all the tools available to build a crisis and recovery plan. Sr. Strategist, DeWayne Ables and Market Intelligence Expert, Keith Prather will brief attendees on Pioneer’s IQ’s Fear and Recovery Curve model. Understanding how our nation’s fear response will evolve over time and trigger opportunities that will drive construction. This session will provide a framework for leaders to define a timeline and an immediate plan to pioneer your own path through an the uncertain present while also preparing for new opportunities to come. NOW is the time to understand how the needs of your market are changing, innovate your solution and quickly deploy it!
Keeping Your Client Focus in an Unfocused World- A Path for Managers & EmployeesContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/27/2020
No Credit (CEU) for this complimentary resource As one of DBIA’s most popular presenters, DeWayne Ables, brings decades of industry and management experience to organizations looking to maximize their productivity, develop leaders and build their business. DeWayne’s work at Pioneer IQ has evolved a unique growth process for design and construction firms that uncovers their unique purpose, empowers leaders and teams to deliver it, and explores the market to find owners who need and desire it. Today, more than ever, strong leadership is needed to help our industry navigate difficult times. This is part one of a two-part webinar focused on how to prioritize and lead teams through uncertainty.
Introduction to P3 for Design-Build PractitionersContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
An introduction to P3 Project Delivery, Procurement, Execution and Risk, with a keen focus on key differences and similarities between DB and P3 projects and pursuits, and mitigations for common issues and concerns. Rudimentary understanding of history of P3 projects in North America Current types of P3 contracts used in North American construction projects Key similarities and differences between P3 and DB projects, and how these relate to DBIA Best Practices The roles and responsibilities of the DB practitioner in a P3 structure (Owner, Contractor, Designer, Operator, Subcontractor, Legal)
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