2020 Design-Build Conference & ExpoContains 53 Product(s)
2020 Design-Build Conference & Expo
Use of Stipends in the Water/Wastewater SectorsContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
The cost of preparing proposals for best value design-build competitions can constitute a considerable burden upon the proposers. The stipend helps cover a portion of the design-build proposal costs and can provide an effective financial incentive to increase competition. Hear from a panel of experts including an Owner, an integrated design-build firm, and a contractor on their views on stipends and the role they play in effective design-build.
The Value of Early Supply Chain Engagement in Design-BuildContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
FMI and DBIA's Water/Wastewater Committee joined forces to evaluate the current level of effective engagement of the “supply chain” in design-build project delivery, and to provide recommendations to improve engagement going forward. Hear first-hand the results of this important research and how the information can be used to further enhance design-build project delivery.
Collaborative Delivery Done Right: Wichita’s Northwest Water Treatment Facility NWWTFContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
As the 2nd largest progressive design-build project in the water sector ($524M), Wichita's NWWTF has all of the ingredients to be one of the most interesting, and successful water projects in the country. The panel discussion will include the City of Wichita's Project Manager, the Owner's Site Representative (OSR, Garver), and the design-build prime Wichita Water Partners (a joint venture team of Burns & McDonnell and Alberici).
Deficient to Efficient Sewers: A Design-Build Case Study for DeKalb County, GAContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
DeKalb County, Georgia, has been under a Federal Consent Decree (CD) since 2011 because of an under-performing sanitary sewer system. This presentation focuses on 39,000 linear feet of rehabilitation and capacity up-sizing projects implemented by the County as part of Design-Build Package 1 to reduce and eliminate sanitary sewer overflows in accordance with the CD schedule. Unique challenges and lessons learned associated with the design-build delivery approach will be presented.
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
Understanding Design-Build VariationsContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/11/2019
The flexibility of design-build project delivery allows an Owner to choose among various procurement approaches. This session will focus on providing a clear understanding of those available choices, as well as the trade-offs, key considerations, opportunities and potential impact of each approach for both the Owner and the design-build team.
Progressive Design-Build Best PracticesContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/11/2019
One application of design-build delivery is via a stepped, or progressive process (commonly referred to as Progressive Design-Build or PDB). PDB uses a qualifications-based or best value selection, followed by a process whereby the owner then "progresses" towards a design and contract price with the team (thus the term "Progressive"). This application of design-build has long been used in the private sector and is now gaining traction with public Owners, as well. This session will explore how DBIA's existing Design-Build Done Righta best practices apply to Progressive Design-Build (PDB) and explore additional best practices that can guide exceptional outcomes.
Opening Keynote: Leading Through Organizational ChangeContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/11/2019
After an impressive career in the Navy, Jon transitioned to the financial industry. He's a noted speaker on team development, leadership,innovation and service. Jon will talk to DBIA attendees about overcoming adversity and leading through organizational change.
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