Nuts and Bolts of Progressive Design-Build Part 3 – The Performance

Recorded On: 06/06/2018

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Progressive design-build is one of the newest and least understood forms of design-build. In the third of this three part series, Robynne will discuss the key elements to success in the performance of the progressive design-build project and how to avoid common pitfalls after the contract is signed.

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Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA, Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

Robynne Thaxton, JD, DBIA

Attorney, Thaxton Parkinson PLLC

Robynne Thaxton is a Seattle-based lawyer who provides legal services to a full range of clients performing construction work. Robynne is one of the leading experts in construction law and alternative procurement both in Washington State and on a national basis. She was on the DBIA National Board for seven years, including two years on its Executive Committee. She is the vice chair of the DBIA National Education, Best Practices and Resources Committee and the former chair of the Legal and Legislation Committee, and she was instrumental in revising the DBIA form Design-Build contracts and subcontracts. She is a frequent speaker for a numerous industry organizations and universities. She served as the President of the DBIA Northwest Region from 2008 to 2010 and continues on its Board. Robynne is AV rated by Martindale-Hubble, and named as a Washington Super Lawyer in 2010-2016.

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