2019 Design-Build for Transportation/Aviation

Apr 8, 2019 ‐ Apr 10, 2019


The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) and the Transportation and Development Institute (TD&I), are pleased to co-host the 2019 Design-Build in Transportation/Aviation Conference this April 8-10, 2019 at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, OH!

New in 2019! We’re excited to welcome Aviation sector design-builders to our annual transportation event for the first time. The Design-Build in Transportation/Aviation Conference will offer a jam-packed calendar of events, education and networking. Don't miss the chance to connect with other industry professionals and learn the latest design-build trends.

Packages Display Packages

Includes CE evaluations

Sessions Included:

Owners' Forum (Apr 08, 2019 10:30 AM)

Practitioner's Forum (Apr 08, 2019 12:30 PM)

Opening Keynote - The Future of Mobility (Apr 08, 2019 02:45 PM)

Owner's Intro to Design-Build (Apr 08, 2019 08:00 AM)

Design-Build Essentials: A Deeper Dive (Apr 08, 2019 08:00 AM)

General Session: Workforce Development: How to Get and Retain the Best People (Apr 09, 2019 01:45 PM)

“P3 Case Studies - What Would You Do Differently? - An Owner’s Tale” (Apr 09, 2019 10:45 AM)

Managing Utility Risk for Design-Build Transportation Projects (Apr 09, 2019 10:45 AM)

Procurement and Award of a Design-Build Project Pre NEPA Process (Apr 09, 2019 10:45 AM)

Progressive Design Build for Expansion at the Atlanta Airport's APM (Apr 09, 2019 10:45 AM)

Goethals Bridge Replacement Project - Procurement through Commissioning (Apr 09, 2019 03:15 PM)

Joint-Venture Partnerships Deliver Nine Miles of Roadway in 20 Months (Apr 09, 2019 03:15 PM)

Risk Analysis and Allocation for Design-Build Contracts (Apr 09, 2019 03:15 PM)

Use of Progressive Design Build to Deliver CSX - Virginia Avenue Tunnel (Apr 09, 2019 03:15 PM)

General Session: Alternative Technical Concept (ATC) - How to Make the Most Out of the Process (Apr 09, 2019 08:00 AM)

Legal Update & Case Laws (Apr 09, 2019 09:30 AM)

Progressive Design-Build - Best Practices (Apr 09, 2019 09:30 AM)

ADOT Quality Assurance Program: From South Mountain Freeway to a Programmatic Approach (Apr 09, 2019 09:30 AM)

Crosstown Parkway Extension - How Design-Build Made a 30-year Project a Reality (Apr 09, 2019 09:30 AM)

General Session: When Design-Build Goes Wrong: Designer Liability Risk Management (Apr 10, 2019 12:15 PM)

General Session: Multi-Modal Owner Panel (Apr 10, 2019 08:00 AM)

Geotechnical Risk in Design-Build (Apr 10, 2019 09:45 AM)

Arizona DOT's Journey on their First $1.77 Billion P3 Design-Build-Maintain Transportation Project (Apr 10, 2019 09:45 AM)

Implementing LEAN Construction into Progressive Design Build (Apr 10, 2019 09:45 AM)

Owners/Reps: Selecting and Using Owner Consultants (Apr 10, 2019 09:45 AM)

Standard: $450.00

Sessions

Practitioner's ForumPractitioner's Forum

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Practitioner's Forum

Apr 8, 2019 12:30pm ‐ Apr 8, 2019 2:00pm

Identification: T01

Credits: None available.

One of our most popular Owner events, the Owners’ Forum is a chance for Owners – and only Owners – to meet, discuss, network, and share views. The forum provides a platform for Owners to learn from each other, identify risks, solve problems, all with the goal of improved project delivery. Industry professionals, including consultants are not permitted in this session.

Moderator(s):
  • James Avitabile, PE, DBIA, Vice President - Strategic Initiaves Leader, RS&H
Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

Opening Keynote - The Future of Mobility

Apr 8, 2019 2:45pm ‐ Apr 8, 2019 4:15pm

Identification: T02

Credits: None available.

How will connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, a growing distributed workforce, and America’s newest workers change where and how Americans live and travel in the future? Will our society’s move to a network of “15-minute livable communities” permanently shift what we design and build? Nationally acclaimed transportation futurist, researcher, and generations expert John W. Martin will answer these questions and many more in this provocative and entertaining keynote speech.

Learning Objectives:

  • Have a clear and accurate understanding of where autonomous, electric vehicle technology is today and the impact it will have on society and business as we move forward.
  • Gain a unique perspective on industries poised to be disrupted – “blockbusterd” - and how to prepare for these changes.
  • Understand the impact new technologies will have on how we develop and build transportation infrastructure.
  • Learn how new generations (Millennials, Gen Z) will impact transportation.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

General Session: Alternative Technical Concept (ATC) - How to Make the Most Out of the Process

Apr 9, 2019 8:00am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 9:15am

Identification: T03

Credits: None available.

Alternative Technical Concepts are a valuable tool to encourage innovation by the Design-Builder. Members of the construction community have lauded WSDOT’s ATC process as an effective tool of the procurement process. This segment will discuss the use of the ATC and provide best practices in evaluation of an ATC, including the roles and responsibilities of the evaluation team, and the importance of confidentiality.

Learning Objectives:

  • Benefits of ATCs
  • Best Practices for Evaluating and Approving ATCs
  • Roles and Responsibilities for the ATC Evaluation Team
  • Importance of Confidentiality and How to Encourage ATC Submittals

    Speaker(s):
    • Lisa Hodgson, PE, DBIA, I-405/SR 167 Megaprogram Deputy Administrator, Washington State Department of Transportation
    • Brenden Clarke, DBIA, Assistant Region Construction Engineer, Washington State Department of Transportation
    • Shailendra G. Patel, PE, DBIA, Alternative Project Delivery Division Administrator, Virginia Department of Transportation
    • Eric Kahling, Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)
    Standard: $35.00

    Legal Update & Case LawsLegal Update & Case Laws

    Preview Available

    Legal Update & Case Laws

    Apr 9, 2019 9:30am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 10:30am

    Identification: T04

    Credits: None available.

    This session will review court decisions from the past two years that have arisen on design-build projects. Topics will include disputes on differing site conditions, teaming arrangements and performance guarantees.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand how courts evaluate differing site condition claims on design-build projects.
    • Learn about the types of conflicts between designers and contractors on design-build projects.
    • Evaluate the difference in liability for design-build and CMAR projects.
    • Understand how design-builders should protect themselves in contracting with owners.

      Moderator(s):
      • Jeff Roby, PE, DBIA, Assistant State Engineer APD Division, VDOT
      Speaker(s):
      • Michael C. Loulakis, Esq., DBIA, President and Chief Executive Officer, Capital Project Strategies, LLC
      Standard: $35.00

      Progressive Design-Build - Best Practices

      Apr 9, 2019 9:30am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 10:30am

      Identification: T05

      Credits: None available.

      One application of design-build delivery is via a stepped, or progressive process (commonly referred to as Progressive Design-Build or PDB). PDB uses a qualifications-based or best value selection, followed by a process whereby the owner then “progresses” towards a design and contract price with the team (thus the term “Progressive”). This application of design-build has long been used in the private sector and is now gaining traction with public Owners, as well. This session will explore how DBIA’s existing Design-Build Done Right™ best practices apply to Progressive Design-Build (PDB) and explore additional best practices that can guide exceptional outcomes.

      Speaker(s):
      Standard: $35.00

      ADOT Quality Assurance Program: From South Mountain Freeway to a Programmatic Approach

      Apr 9, 2019 9:30am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 10:30am

      Identification: T06

      Credits: None available.

      Arizona DOT (ADOT) started the $1.66 billion South Mountain Freeway project in February 2016. It is scheduled for substantial completion in November 2019. This is ADOT's first highway P3 project and their first project to utilize contractor-performed frontline inspection and testing with ADOT verification. Based on the lessons learned on this project, ADOT has developed a programmatic approach to deliver projects that utilize contractor-performed inspection and test results as part of the acceptance decision.

      Learning Objectives:

      • Describe process for construction acceptance program that utilizes contractor inspection and testing with ADOT owner verification
      • Discuss and explain contractual requirements and challenges in the delivery of the construction acceptance program
      • Evaluate challenges and Identify lessons learned
      • Describe use of lessons learned to develop ADOT's programmatic approach

        Moderator(s): Speaker(s):
        • Weng On Tam, PE, Co-Owner, Tam Consulting Services LLC
        • Kole Dea, PE, Senior Resident Engineer, Arizona Department of Transportation
        • Neil Richards, PE, West Regional Transportation Construction Services Manager, HDR Engineering, Inc
        • Aryan Lirange, PE, Senior Urban Engineer, FHWA Arizona Division
        • Paul Arnold, Vice President, Ames Construction
        • Newel White, PE, Manager, Raba-Kistner, Inc.
        Standard: $35.00

        Crosstown Parkway Extension - How Design-Build Made a 30-year Project a Reality

        Apr 9, 2019 9:30am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 10:30am

        Identification: T07

        Credits: None available.

        Crosstown Parkway Extension, a large transportation project taken on by a local municipality, has overcome many challenges through Design-Build. This presentation will summarize the history of the project, environmental obstacles it has faced, and how Design-Build was successfully used to make this project a reality while maximizing the value of this long-awaited project for the City of Port St. Lucie, Florida. Presenters include members of the Design-Build Team as well as the Assistant City Manager.

        Learning Objectives:

        • Demonstrate how cities and municipalities can effectively use design-build to achieve results that DOT agencies have been using
        • Identify the advantages of best-value selection with equal weight to technical score and price
        • Explain how design-build innovation is a tool to overcome environmental challenges
        • Describe how design-build can be used to maximize the value of a project through collaboration

          Speaker(s):
          Standard: $35.00

          “P3 Case Studies - What Would You Do Differently? - An Owner’s Tale”

          Apr 9, 2019 10:45am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 11:45am

          Identification: T08

          Credits: None available.

          This panel will be composed of transportation market owners all achieving financial close and/or implementation of P3 projects. Each will give a brief overview of their projects and address 3 key phases as part of their presentation or as questions posed from the moderator. The focus will be to understand how the owners executed certain phases, but also provide them a forum to explain what they would do differently.

          Learning Objectives:

          • Learn of 3 successful P3 projects from their owners
          • Hear how and why these owners decided on P3 as a delivery method and lessons learned in the planning and decision making for Project Delivery
          • Hear how these owners organized their internal teams to execute the procurement phase of the project with emphasis on proposer interaction, proposal and ATC reviews as well as concessionaire selection and what they would do differently and why
          • Hear how these owners organized their internal teams to execute the implementation phase of the project and what they have changed or would have done differently to execute this phase.

            Moderator(s):
            • Jeff Roby, PE, DBIA, Assistant State Engineer APD Division, VDOT
            Speaker(s):
            Standard: $35.00

            Managing Utility Risk for Design-Build Transportation Projects

            Apr 9, 2019 10:45am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 11:45am

            Identification: T09

            Credits: None available.

            The success of many Design Build projects depend on the mitigation of risk. One of the largest risks to Design Build projects is the uncertainty associated with the existing underground utility environment. The presenters will discuss utility uncertainties, and proven efficient processes to reduce those uncertainties.

            Learning Objectives:

            • Define subsurface utility uncertainty and risk.
            • Evaluate various methods and tools for mitigating and transferring risk associated with utilities.
            • Discuss how to implement a utility management program that benefits the entire team.
            • Present case studies of projects that have employed newer methods and technologies.

              Moderator(s):
              • Corey Biddle, Northwest Utility Engineering Manager, Cardno
              Speaker(s):
              Standard: $35.00

              Procurement and Award of a Design-Build Project Pre NEPA Process

              Apr 9, 2019 10:45am ‐ Apr 9, 2019 11:45am

              Identification: T10

              Credits: None available.

              Dual perspective on the approaches taken by an Owner (WSDOT) and Design-Builder (Parsons) during the procurement and award of a project prior to the start of the NEPA. The ATC process can be critical to allow Design-Build teams to provide innovative ways to deliver the project. What happens when the RFP does not include a Basic Configuration? How should a Design-Build team proceed through procurement without knowing forthcoming permitting commitments?

              Learning Objectives:

              • Identify and evaluate risks associated with pre-NEPA procurement and no Basic Configuration
              • Formulate contract language to clearly allocate risk and the responsibilities of each party
              • Reduce project risks and maximize innovation through the use of Alternative Technical Concepts
              • Recognize the importance of early agency/owner engagement and collaboration

                Speaker(s):
                • Tom Zamzow, Vice President, Parsons Corporation
                • Brenden Clarke, DBIA, Assistant Region Construction Engineer, Washington State Department of Transportation
                Standard: $35.00
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