2020 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 53 Product(s)
2020 Design-Build Conference & Expo
Trends and Lessons Learned in Rail Transit; Design-Build Mega ProjectsContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Rail transit has several unique challenges including close interaction with stakeholders, community impacts, integration of complex systems and extensive regulatory oversight. Design-build has been used for large rail transit projects for approximately 25 years. This presentation will provide an overview of the author's 20-year experience in the management of these projects. Trends, both positive and negative, are identified along with strategies to address those trends and lessons learned.
The Anatomy of an ATC (Alternative Technical Concept)Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
As an Owner, WSDOT brings significant Design-Build experience to the project allowing them to execute the project effectively. WSDOT uses this experience to evaluate Alternative Technical Concepts (ATCs) during the proposal phase. During the execution phase of the project, WSDOT makes sure they receive the ATCs they expect while allowing the Design-Builder the latitude to be innovative and construct a quality project.
State Department of Transportation (DOT) Panel DiscussionContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
An open discussion of several significant topics affecting the national design-build and P3 market in transportation.
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.
2019 Design-Build for Water/Wastewater ConferenceContains 5 Product(s)
2019 Design-Build for Water/Wastewater Conference
Implementing LEAN Construction into Progressive Design BuildContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/10/2019
This session will discuss the role LEAN Construction plays in maximizing the benefits of Progressive Design Build. Integrated delivery is all about the sharing of collaborative thoughts and ideas. LEAN construction principles focuses optimizing and maximizing the outcomes of any project delivery, but especially design build. LEAN construction focuses on reducing waste and optimizing results through collaborative tools and processes that expand the value of integrated contract delivery systems such as Progressive Design Build.
Geotechnical Risk in Design-BuildContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/10/2019
Most DB projects are awarded before the geotechnical and subsurface investigations are complete, a situation is created where geotechnical uncertainty is generally high, and the winning design-builder is expected to conduct those investigations after it has committed itself to a firm fixed price for design and construction. Risk is a function of perception and both owners and their industry partners agree that geotechnical risk is perceived to be high as well. The Federal Highway Administration requires a differing site conditions (DSC) clause in all federal-aid projects EXCEPT those delivered using design-build (DB). Without a DSC clause that allocates this risk, the study found that members of the DB industry perceive that the risk is much higher than the DOT geotechnical staffs. The result is a failure to align perceptions of the geotechnical risk profile, which in turn results in higher costs due to contingencies included in the DB price proposals. The presentation will present the results of recent research funded by the Transportation Research Board that documented proven strategies and tools for managing subsurface risk in DB projects.
Owners/Reps: Selecting and Using Owner ConsultantsContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/10/2019
With the rapid growth of design-build, the role of Owner Advisors is becoming increasingly important. Varying Owner needs and the wide-ranging expertise of industry consultants can make it difficult for an Owner to prioritize needed services. DBIA has defined this important role, including feedback from various industry organizations such as ACEC, CMAA, LCI and many others.
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