Governance and Decision Making in Progressive Design-Build Webinar (December 6, 2023)

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Progressive Design-Build allows for strong engagement with project owners and stakeholders throughout the design process.  It is also important that the project team has a governance and decision-making structure and process to assure decisions are arrived at during the proper times and within established parameters which could include budget, schedule, quality and performance.  An owner, architect and design-builder will share insights and lessons learned from two highly successful, national awarding winning, Progressive Design-Build projects.


Brian Aske, LEED AP, DBIA


Lease Crutcher Lewis

Brian Aske is an Operations Director for Lease Crutcher Lewis, leading integrated delivery projects. He has served on the DBIA Northwest Region Board for over 12 years and advanced Washington State's current progressive design-build legislation. He has been a vocal advocate for design-build since his first design-build experience 27 years ago. Over the last 5 years, he has delivered $300M in progressive design-build projects, including DBIA's 2021 Project of the Year and Best in Architecture.

Jeannie Natta, DBIA

Interim Director, Project Delivery Group, Univ. Facilities

University of Washington

Jeannie Natta is an Interim Director for University of Washington Project Delivery Group. Prior to this, Jeannie spent 10 years in the electrical trade as a commercial electrician, and 12 years as an educator in university residential life programs. Jeannie draws upon her varied career background to manage multiple projects for the University. She received a Certificate in Construction Management in 2009 and MS Construction Management in 2013 from the University of Washington.

Elizabeth Moggio, AIA


The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP

Elizabeth Moggio is a Principal with Miller Hull, specializing in building consensus with small and large academic groups, creating equitable stakeholder and team relationships, and managing projects in a variety of project delivery models. Her work on the Hans Rosling Center demonstrates her special passion for progressive design build and collaborative, integrated delivery models that build on trust and respect for owners, stakeholders, and all members of the design and construction trades.


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