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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, 2022 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.

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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 Phase 1 of the Bend North Interceptor project completed 11,250 feet of sanitary sewer and a new pump station at the city's wastewater treatment plant. The project is being delivered using a Progressive Design Build delivery model. Several interesting challenges have been dealt with that the PDB approach was a critical element to success. These include bypass pumping using a newly built pump station, fast tracked crossing of an irrigation canal, and challenging permit and easement process. This presentation will discuss the collaboration created by the PDB process and ability to plan work early in design, leading to project success. Objectives: 1. Understanding how Progressive Design Build delivery model fosters greater collaboration 2. Analysis of early planning of start up & commissioning leading to coordinated design activities 3. Review of canal crossing planning that allowed for fast track construction activities 4. Discussion of site logistics and scheduling to accommodate permitting and easements

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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 Water/Wastewater 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 In a world of 10+ billion people (and growing) facing challenges to our water resources worldwide, many wonder, where will the water come from to grow our food, slake our thirsts, nourish our economy, and preserve our environment? Water expert Robert Glennon offers hope to solving our long-term water crisis by laying out a vision for a sustainable water future. That future is nearer than you may think — and Glennon shares the steps to getting there.

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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 state 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 Macon Water Authority's (MWA) two (2) water reclamation facilities required significant upgrades and improvements to allow them to continue meeting their NPDES permits. Initial studies envision upgrades far more than the available capital to complete the projects. Progressive design-build has allowed MWA to priorities and maximize their budget and even expand the original project scope within their available budget. Objectives: 1. Creating collaboration within a progressive design-build team 2. Maximization of capital improvement budgets 3. Explanation of specific services delivered during the preconstruction phase 4. Measurable metrics of success within progressive 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 Mortenson reached substantial completion for a Progressive Design Build of the Tualatin Interceptor for Clean Water Services, 10,000 feet of 48” gravity sewer pipeline that was increased in size to 66” to accommodate growth in the community. The PDB procurement process resulted in a very strong team and the benefits of that team resulted in innovative project ideas and unique cost savings measures. Project ideas such as 550-foot curved micro tunnel under the Tualatin River, phasing of the project for parallel permitting and construction, managing risk of dewatering, and subcontractor procurement, resulted in significant time and cost savings. Objectives: 1. Analysis of decision making to select microtunnel for construction 2. Discussion of project phasing to accelerate schedule 3. Review of cost savings associated with risk sharing of dewatering costs 4. Describe approach to subcontractor procurement for overall project cost savings

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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 The City of Midland partnered with private industry to improve their aging Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) and generated a new revenue stream to support long-term operating needs and used the design-build method to achieve optimal results. Private industry needed an affordable supply of water to support their processing needs and the City of Midland needed some improvements completed to comply with new permit requirements. The local industry paid for the necessary improvements at the WPCP to meet the new permit requirements while also agreeing to pay for the use of the effluent to off-set the City’s long-term operating costs. Objectives: 1. The attendee will be able to apply the design-build method for solving water shortages in areas experiencing high levels of population growth 2. Understand how design-build fits into a public private partnership 3. Define and analyze a different type of public private partnership 4. Apply this type of partnership in other geographic regions

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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 What does it take to be part of an award-winning project/team? Hear first-hand from DBIA’s 2020 project/team awards winners and awards jury members the magic behind the success. Representatives from three (3) projects (including both the Owner agency and the design-builder) will discuss the aspects of the project’s success that drove them to submit it for an award, why the design-build model was beneficial for the team and the project, and lessons learned that others can use to leverage similar success.

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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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