Capital Improvement Plan Maximized through Design-Build

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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

Bryan Bedell, DBIA

VP and Division Leader - Water

Haskell

Bryan R. Bedell is a Vice President and the Division Leader of The Haskell Company’s Water Division. His experience includes collaborative delivery projects (Design-Build and Construction Manager at-Risk) ranging from $2-250 million.  Bryan was the 2019 President of the Water Design-Build Council (WDBC) and is a past Chair of the Design-Build Institute of America’s (DBIA) water committee.

Mike Hoisington, DBIA

Sr. Project Manager

Haskell

As a Senior PM as Haskell Mike is involved from the earliest stages of project development, continuing through design, preconstruction, construction and project closeout.  He has close to 20 years of experience on projects ranging from $6 million to over $50 million.  He is the leader of the MWA Progressive DB project

Benjamin Adams

Vice President

Barge Design Solutions

Ben has over 17 years of water and wastewater design experience. This experience includes well of a dozen treatment plant projects. Ben has a particular interest in being involved with challenging projects during the construction phase. He has gained extensive knowledge from his experiences which allow him to employ solutions and a common sense approach to new project challenges.

Frank Evans

Maintenance Manager

Macon Water Authority

Frank has worked in the wastewater field for the past 17 years. He began his career with MWA as a plant operator. He has held the position of Maintenance Mechanic, Maintenance Planner, and Asst. Maintenance Manager before becoming the Maintenance Manager. Frank has been in maintenance for 27 years.

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