Public-Private Partnerships (P3)
2020 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 53 Product(s)
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 2020 Design-Build Conference & Expo
P3 Predevelopment Agreements/Progressive P3s – Design-Build Opportunities and ChallengesContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 P3 Predevelopment Agreements (“PDA”) or Progressive P3s (terms used synonymously) are gaining traction due to growing risk concerns in fixed-price contacts. The PDA approach facilitates earlier design-builder involvement in project development. This session focuses on the design-build component of these procurements including the pros and cons, the procurement process, considerations during the PDA period (post award), and how the collaboration of this approach can potentially solve complicated project issues in a manner unlike other approaches.
P3s & the Balance (Imbalance?) of Risk TransferContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 This session will focus on the design-build risk within P3 contracts. Discussion will be centered on design-build risk transfer between the project Owners and the private sector proposers and how optimum risk transfer ensures sufficient market participation and provides the true best value for public Owners.
What Do Design-Builders Need to Know About P3's?Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/07/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 This is a 101 tutorial to educate attendees on the emergence of Public-Private Partnerships as an alternative project delivery model. This program will focus on both the structural & commercial differences between Design-Build and P3's, as well as core differences that are key to understanding for all of those in the design-build community and how those differences impact design-builders. The discussion will include procurement phase vs. construction phase differences, as well as specific issues including team member interaction, 3rd party interaction, design oversight process, and QA/QC structures among others. Hear from experienced panelists comprised of Owner, Design-Builder, Developer, Designer, and (last but not least) Lawyer who all have experience in both delivery models, and in both vertical and horizontal P3 projects. The discussion is designed to be the most helpful to those who are experienced in the design-build community while looking for a higher-level understanding of the differences and implications between the design-build environment and the P3 environment.
A Capitol Undertaking: Progressive Design-Build Restoration of the Oklahoma State CapitolContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/07/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 In 2014, the State of Oklahoma embarked on a progressive design-build restoration of the 1917 State Capitol; listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Rehabilitating the exterior steel windows, stone cladding and roofing required historic design expertise and specialty trades. Selecting a team capable of planning the project without the input of specialty trades (due to procurement law limitations) and collaborating once key trade partners were selected was key to the project success.
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)
Arizona DOT's Journey on their First $1.77 Billion P3 Design-Build-Maintain Transportation ProjectContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/10/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 This session will cover Arizona DOT's journey from un-solicited proposal to their first transportation P3 for the $1.77B South Mountain Design-Build-Maintain construction project. The course will present lessons learned on procuring a highway project using the Design-Build-Maintain delivery method. The presentation will provide in depth focus on team structuring including the integration of the Owner's and Developer's legal counsels; the benefits early team member engagement; roles and responsibilities; and tools/techniques that enhanced collaboration.
Goethals Bridge Replacement Project - Procurement through CommissioningContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/09/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 The Goethals Bridge Replacement Project replaced the PANYNJ's first bridge with a new 7,300 crossing with independent eastbound and westbound structures and accommodations for a potential future mass transit corridor. The centerpiece of the crossing is a dual 900ft mainspan cable-stayed bridge. As the PANYNJ's first P3 procurement, this mega-project posed unique challenges for the owner and delivery team, but has been delivered on schedule and within budget.
P3 Case Studies - What Would You Do Differently? - An Owner's TaleContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/09/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 This panel will be composed of transportation market owners all achieving financial close and/or implementation of P3 projects. Each will give a brief overview of their projects and address 3 key phases as part of their presentation or as questions posed from the moderator. The focus will be to understand how the owners executed certain phases, but also provide them a forum to explain what they would do differently.
ADOT Quality Assurance Program: From South Mountain Freeway to a Programmatic ApproachContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/09/2019
CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2021 Arizona DOT (ADOT) started the $1.66 billion South Mountain Freeway project in February 2016. It is scheduled for substantial completion in November 2019. This is ADOT's first highway P3 project and their first project to utilize contractor-performed frontline inspection and testing with ADOT verification. Based on the lessons learned on this project, ADOT has developed a programmatic approach to deliver projects that utilize contractor-performed inspection and test results as part of the acceptance decision.
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