Behind the Scenes of Award-Winning Design-Build Projects
|CONTENT EXPIRES: December 31, 2023|
What does it take to be part of an award-winning project/team? Hear first-hand from some DBIA project/team award winners and awards jury members the magic behind the success. Representatives several 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.
Barbara Jackson, PhD, FDBIA
University of Denver Director
Barbara Jackson is the Director of the Burns School of Real Estate/Construction Management (RECM) in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver and its Center for Integrated Project Leadership for the Built Environment.
Dr. Jackson’s focus is on design-build project management and integrated project leadership. She received a Design-Build Distinguished Leadership Award in 2001 and 2002. Dr. Jackson is a nationally recognized speaker on design-build project delivery and high-performance design-build teams.
Clancy Welsh serves as president of Garco Construction. He moved into this role after his extensive experience as a successful project manager. Currently he focuses on developing business opportunities; providing high-level project leadership and guidance; enhancing industry and community relations; and strengthening the mission, values and vision to support Garco’s unique culture. His diversified project portfolio includes public works, K-12 educational facilities and private works.
Rob Kuffel, AIA, LEED AP
Director of Parks and Recreation
City of Spokane Parks and Recreation
Garrett is a seasoned Landscape Architect that works with the City of Spokane. He has guided numerous open space municipal projects from initial visioning through permitting, construction, and operations. Garrett’s proven track record of successfully completing municipal projects and building strong partnerships earned Garrett the role of Director of Parks & Recreation in 2019. In 2020, he also began overseeing the City of Spokane’s Resident Experience division.