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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 2020 Design-Build Conference & Expo

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $625
      • Practitioner Member - $500
      • Owner Member - $150
      • Academia Member - $150
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $150
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $500
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $150
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 Risk management and allocation are hot topics in design build. This session will focus on the topic as it relates to utilities, one of the top ranked risks to modern transportation infrastructure projects. Managing this risk successfully continues to be a challenge for both project owners and Design Build practitioners alike. Beginning to address this risk prior to award is an essential aspect of successful project delivery and this session will provide the tools and methods being used on projects that have successfully managed to reduce the risk posed by utility site conditions. Objectives: 1. We will analyze current issues with risk allocation practices that often lead to liquidated damages and other claims and the contracting practices that lead to them. 2. We will asses the effect that the pricing of utility risk has on the overall solicitation process and ultimately successful project deliveries. 3. Methods will be presented to ensure utility risk is being allocated to the party most appropriate to own and manage the risk. 4. Best practices for procurement and contracting strategies will be described to aid in reducing claims related to utility conditions.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 This project is recognized and celebrated as a resounding success, exceeding expectations, finishing on time and within budget. To date, MoDOT's use of Design-Build Project Delivery has excelled at bringing great value and innovation to challenging projects. Originally conceived as a series of rehabilitation projects for the corridor, the Design-Build approach allowed combining the series of projects into one corridor approach, identifying improvement goals for the corridor and delivering those improvements. The improvements addressed safety and mobility while upgrading the rehabilitation expectation to a replacement of the aging infrastructure while maintaining the corridors capacity for the traveling public during construction. Objectives: 1. Identify the opportunity to combine adjacent rehabilitation projects into a corridor approach. 2. Develop project goals that provide expectations for success without prescribing that success. 3. Realize the economy of scale, the creativity of Additional Applicable Standards and the competitiveness of the procurement process. 4. Effective communication of Goals, Expectations and desired Results can provide a fixed price, variable scope project delivery that meets or exceeds expectations.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 Design-build project delivery has grown in popularity, accounting for nearly half of all design and construction in the United States. This growth can be attributed, in part, to the flexibility of design-build, including an Owner's option to choose from among key variations: Two-Phase Best-Value Design-Build and Progressive Design-Build. Review DBIA's new position statement on the flexibility of design-build and leave the session with an in-depth understanding of the commonalities and distinguishing characteristics of the two most common design-build procurement approaches-best value and progressive. Objectives: 1) Understand the commonalities and distinguishing characteristics of the two most common design-build procurement approaches – best value and progressive. 2) Dive deep into nuances of team selection, design, and price with both these variations. 3) Discuss the considerations and tradeoffs the Owner must make in selecting one variation over the other. 4) Understand DBIA’s position on the use of these, and other, variations of design-build.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 2021 Design-Build for Transportation/Aviation Conference (Full conference package)

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $625
      • Practitioner Member - $500
      • Owner Member - $150
      • Academia Member - $150
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $150
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $500
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $150
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 Removal of fish barriers in streams at highway crossings to restore aquatic habitat is a priority to the Washington State Dept. of Transportation and local Tribes. In order to allow innovation while remaining inclusive to all stakeholders, an integrated team including WSDOT, permitting agencies, and design builder developed an innovative approach to allow lump sum pricing prior to a fully permitted preferred alternative. Rarely does a barrier correction include upgrading an interchange, however this project included an innovative solution that fixed both. Collaboration and transparency proved to be critical to the successful outcome this first of its kind project. 1. Describe the value of a pre-NEPA and pre-permitting DB project. 2. Analyze innovation opportunities when there is no basic configuration or conceptual plans. 3. Demonstrate the need for extensive stakeholder engagement with the model used on this project. 4. Describe the added benefits of this project in addition to the baseline need (e.g. reconfigured I/C, removal of a downstream fish barrier).

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 A panel of aviation sector Owners discusses the challenges and opportunities facing aviation authorities. The wide-reaching conversation will address topics such as the impact of changing travel patterns on runway and taxiway rehab plans, the increasing use of progressive design-build and how our changing times have impacted both short and long-term planning and programming.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 Progressive P3s (aka Predevelopment Agreements or “PDAs”) continue to gather ground as an option for Owners to progress projects. Among other attributes, they are touted as a better option for helping assess, apportion, and/or mitigate risk on projects. While there is not a large number of P3 projects that have been procured via the Progressive or PDA approach, there are a reasonable number that have gone through the procurement and implementation phases. This session will focus on these phases with a particular view on the technical elements of each. The panel will provide insight into their perspective viewpoints on the value of the PDA approach, the success in terms of risk management, and the pros and cons of the approach learned through the various processes. This session will include discussion on two projects as case studies with members of the respective project teams giving the owner and private sector perspectives. These project team members will share their insight into what worked well and what could be done better – to ensure the Progressive or PDA process meets the expectations of the parties involved. In addition, panelists will be asked to provide their thoughts on the continued evolution of the Progressive or PDA approach. Objectives: 1. To increase awareness and technical expertise on public-private partnerships (P3s). 2. To provide education on the emerging innovation of Progressive P3s (aka Predevelopment Agreements or 'PDAs") and what improvements could be implemented to assure expectations are met. 3. To assess the risk profile of P3s as compared to Progressive P3s and the pros and cons of each 4. To provide concrete examples of two completed Progressive P3s to give a richer understanding the real-world advantages and challenges.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023 Discussion of the efforts of KS Engineers, P.C. (KSE) in providing Construction Quality Assurance (QA) and Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) services for the design-build Goethals Bridge Replacement Project for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ). The project replaced the original Goethals Bridge, which was built in the 1920s and spanned the Arthur Kill River on I-278 connecting Elizabeth, New Jersey and Staten Island, New York, with dual eastbound and westbound bridges. The original bridge was subsequently demolished. It is anticipated that the two new bridges will carry approximately 14 million vehicles annually. Objectives: 1. Understand the significance of a Quality Assurance Plan in complex projects. 2. Discuss the importance of collaboration in design-build projects. 3. Explain how the use of Standard Operating Procedures lead to project success. 4. Describe how the implementation of Controlled Inspection Checklists help to ensure accuracy with design and construction documentation.

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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    CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2022 This Design-Build Practitioners forum will be hosted by a diverse panel of design-build professionals. Practitioners will discuss the hot issues of the day like transportation funding, infrastructure programs, workforce development. Practitioners will discuss diversity in construction the opportunities it brings to the design-build space. Attendees will learn how their fellow professionals are dealing with the pandemic has how it is impacted the future of Design-Build. Objectives 1.Learn what skills practitioners are in most need of from their work force. 2.Learn what video collaboration platform owners are requiring to interact with them. 3. Learn what tools practitioners are using for drawing markup/comment reviews and for virtual inspections. 4. Learn what trends and practices have emerged from the pandemic that have changed how we are going to execute delivery in the future?

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      • Non-member Practitioner - $35
      • Practitioner Member - $25
      • Owner Member - $10
      • Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Academia Member - $10
      • Industry Partner Practitioner Member - $25
      • Industry Partner Owner Member - $10
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