2020 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 53 Product(s)
2020 Design-Build Conference & Expo
Progressive Design-Build – Successes, Trials and Tribulations – An Owners Perspective!Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Design-Build delivery has been evolving. Many owners have moved from design-bid-build to design-build Best Value Selection (BVS) and are now moving to progressive design-build (PDB). Through this evolution, there can be knowledge gaps between the design-build BVS and PDB processes with a variety of successes, failures, and a significant learning curve. This session gives unique insight from two highly distinguished public sector owners who candidly share their stories. At UCSD, the PDB process was initiated about three years ago. While at SFO, the PDB practice has been implemented for over ten years with many successful outcomes.
Design-Build Procurement From the Owner’s PerspectiveContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
The session will take a look at procurement from the perspective of three large and sophisticated owners as well as an experienced owner's consultant. The panel will discuss what owners are looking for in responses to their procurement documents and share lessons learned to other owners on what to expect from the process.
2019 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 30 Product(s)
2019 Design-Build Conference & Expo
The Owner's Role in Managing (and Accepting) Project RiskContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Owners are a critical part of a successful design-build project team. The decisions made by Owners from the pre-award process, to design development, to project close-out, can have a profound impact on project outcomes.
2020 Federal Design-Build SymposiumContains 12 Product(s)
2020 Federal Design-Build Symposium
General Session: The Go/No Go Decision Industry Makes/Owner of ChoiceContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Picking up on the very popular 2019 session “Delivering Red-Hot Design-Build in a White Hot Market” this session explores what makes an Owner of choice, how practitioners make the decision to pursue a project, how they identify the “Owner of Choice” with which to work. Further, the session will explore how, in a less than optimal project, risk is addressed and how it can it drive up costs. This will be a much more interactive session, with minimal formal presentation.
Water/Wastewater Design-Build Best PracticesContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Design-Build for Procurement Professionals – Part 7 The Water/Wastewater sector has many unique features that are central to the consideration of best practices in the procurement, contracting and execution of any design-build project. This webinar will review and discuss the combination of Universal Best Practices with water/wastewater best practices and implementing techniques, which is the basis for Design-Build Done Right® in the water/wastewater sector. It will also highlight unique characteristics of water/wastewater Owners, projects, procurement and the design-build team structure.
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
Transportation Sector Design-Build Best PracticesContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Design-Build for Procurement Professionals – Part 6 The transportation sector has many unique features that are central to the consideration of best practices in the procurement, contracting and execution of any design-build project. This webinar will review and discuss the modifications to the universal implementing techniques as well as new techniques, all of which are intended to address the real-world attributes of projects in the transportation sector.
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