2020 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 53 Product(s)
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 2020 Design-Build Conference & Expo
2020 Federal Design-Build SymposiumContains 11 Product(s)
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 2020 Federal Design-Build Symposium
Understanding DBIA’s Updated Standard Form of Contract Documents: What Makes them Different?Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 The use of fair and clear contracts is fundamental to any delivery process. Because there are some important differences between design-build contracts and those for other delivery systems, it is particularly important for the individuals who administer the design-build procurement and execution to understand the contract’s language and its practical application.
Understanding Current Federal Law on Design Changes and Defects on Design-Build ContractsContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 As design-build project delivery becomes more commonplace in the federal market, the federal courts are laying down fundamental decisions that are likely to set the stage for how design-build disputes are resolved across the country. In this presentation, experienced government contracts attorney Michael Richard will review and analyze some of the most important design-build decisions emerging from the federal courts addressing who is legally liable when there are changes to or defects in the design.
Balancing Risk/Rewards – Incentive ContractingContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/28/2020
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 Successful motivation requires a well-written contract that provides appropriate awards and incentives. In traditional design-bid-build, contracts often contemplate only failure, with provisions and clauses that address what the aversive consequences will be once failure occurs. This presumption of failure results in contracts that do not contemplate how the contracting parties might appropriately reward one another for success and excellent performance. The most powerful design-build contracts, on the other hand, are written to include things such as award fees and incentives to promote cooperation, teamwork and collaboration. Combined with the effective use of performance requirements, these “aspirational contracts” help the contracting parties to achieve extraordinary success.
Estimating a Performance-Based ContractContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/27/2020
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 Well-developed performance requirements are the key to successful design-build project delivery. But estimating a performance-based contract is very different than for a prescriptive specification based contract. This session will explain the benefits of performance-based requirements; describe the role of performance-based requirements in the design-build model; assess the advisability of prescriptive design requirements; how a price can be developed when there are minimal design details; the enhanced role of the estimator in design-build delivery; and how price is used to guide the design.
Design-Build Procurement - 7 Part Webinar SeriesContains 7 Product(s)
Choosing a Project Delivery Method, & What is Design-Build? Design-Build Done Right® – Procuring Design-Build Services Design-Build Done Right® – Contracting for Design-Build Services Executing the Delivery of Design-Build Projects Federal Sector Design-Build Best Practices Transportation Sector Design-Build Best Practices Water/Wastewater Design-Build Best Practices
What Does Single Point of Responsibility Really Mean and How Far Should it Go?Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/07/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 "Single-point of responsibility" is a hallmark of design-build project delivery. Yet what appears to be a straight-forward concept can become a very complicated in the absence of appropriate risk allocation.
Design-Build Done Right® – Contracting for Design-Build ServicesContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Design-Build for Procurement Professionals – Part 3 The use of fair and clear contracts is fundamental to any delivery process. Because there are some important differences between design-build contracts and those for other delivery systems, it is particularly important for the individuals who administer the design-build procurement and contract execution to understand the contract’s language and its practical application. The construction industry currently tends to focus on the contract between the owner and design-builder. For design-build to succeed, however, the principles must also be incorporated into the contracts of those subconsultants, subcontractors and major suppliers working within the design-build team. This presentation will be a follow-on to the procuring phase and focus on the effort to structure contracts and contractor involvement in a fair and collaborative manner at the prime and sub-contract levels. It will discuss/review: Recap of the meaning of Design-Build Done Right® and the Development of Universal Best Practices In depth discussion of the 3 DBIA Universal Best Practices and the 18 associated Implementing Techniques related to Contracting for Design-Build Services and considerations during formation of contract terms and conditions for Design-Build Services
Risk Analysis and Allocation for Design-Build ContractsContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/09/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 Identification of risks and the appropriate allocation of the risks is an essential step in the success of a Design-Build Contract. This session will provide an overview of the Owner's, GEC's and Design-Builders processes for identifying, analyzing, categorizing, communicating, allocating and bidding risks within a Design-Build Contract.
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