Structured Information Flows for Design Build Collaboration

Recorded On: 11/02/2022

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Today's design build teams require intense concurrent collaboration across the full team and spectrum of work. Information (about issues, decisions, schedule, and cost) needs to flow fluidly across the entire team in real time, structured to facilitate access and avoid information overload. How can our tools adapt to meet this collaborative requirement for continuous, synchronous transparency? Examples include tools for complex decision-making, digital pull planning, continuous cost-estimating, team-wide meeting documentation, and even staffing.

Kenneth Powelson, DBIA, AIA



Ken has been the Project Manager and Project Architect on some of EHDD?s most complex projects, including art museums and science buildings. He is a leader in EHDD?s design build efforts, innovating new tools and processes in a spirit of continuous improvement. He is also a firm leader in spearheading integrated design processes and multidisciplinary sustainable strategies to create high performance buildings.

Christopher Crowe, DBIA, AIA

Design Manager

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.

Christopher P. Crowe is a Design Manager with McCarthy Building Companies? San Francisco office. His design build experience includes projects in the life sciences, student housing, and corporate office sectors. Christopher has collaborated on projects ranging from $44MM to $1.3B. Previously he served on the board of directors for the AIA California Council as well as serving as chair of the AIA Leadership Institute San Francisco.


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