2019 Design-Build Conference & Expo

Nov 6, 2019 ‐ Nov 8, 2019


DBIA conferences are the only events created by and for the rapidly growing design-build industry. Design-build is the future and the Design-Build Conference & Expo is the perfect place for newbies and pros alike to get the latest on important design-build trends and topics.

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Includes access to the conference sessions and the CE evaluations. 

Sessions Included:

ALL EARS – The Listening Tour: Rocky Mountain Region (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

Big House – Taking the Big Room One Step Further for Project Delivery (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

Fully Engaged Owner – Washington State Route 520 Design-Build Execution (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

Harnessing the Power of Competitive Innovation (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

The One Model Approach to BIM, Asset Management and Exceptional Project Delivery (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

General Session - Everything (and NOTHING) Has Changed (Nov 07, 2019 08:00 AM)

10 Behaviors Required to Lead an Inspiring Design Build Experience (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

A Capitol Undertaking: Progressive Design-Build Restoration of the Oklahoma State Capitol (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

Design Management for the Design-Build Environment: Simple Lessons from a Complex Project (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

UVA Hospital Case Study: Engaging Trades Early to Manufacture MEP Systems Offsite (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

The Owner’s Role in Managing (and Accepting) Project Risk (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

Design Management in Progressive Design-Build - What's Your Role and Responsibility? (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

Engaging and Training a Field-Based, VDC-Enabled Workforce (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

Pennsylvania State University Uses Progressive Design-Build for Wastewater Treatment Plant Project (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

Safety Improvements Design-Build: A Case Study on the Road to Saving Lives (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

What Does Single Point of Responsibility Really Mean and How Far Should it Go? (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

“Whatever It Takes: R&D Facility Uses the Whole Toolbox” (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Design Excellence in Design-Build – Integrated Thinking About Procurement, Teamwork and Execution (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Lessons in Team Dynamics from Procurement through Preconstruction in Target Price Design-Build (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Up, Up and Away! Airports Take Off Using Design Build (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

The Role of Effective Teaming in Managing Risk (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Architect-Led Design Build: An International and National Perspective (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

Delivering Integrated Design-Build Excellence at Google’s 1212 Bordeaux (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

Design-Build Collaboration: Success Managing Multiple Projects with One Mission (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

What Do Design-Builders Need to Know About P3’s? (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

How Lean Principles Align with Design-Build Done Right® (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

General Session - The Imperative and Opportunity to Invest in Resilient Infrastructure (Nov 08, 2019 08:00 AM)

Change in Direction: Leveraging Design-Build to Navigate Shifting Circumstances and Balance Risk (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Ethical Issues in Design-Build (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Lessons Learned from Washington State’s First Progressive Design-Build Public School Project (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Reconciling Typecasts to Achieve Design Build Success (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

BIM Standards: Setting Realistic Expectations and Deliverables for Project Teams (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Standard: $575.00

Includes access to the conference sessions. Does NOT include the CE evaluations. Exhibitors can view these sessions at a discounted rate, enter your coupon code if you received one!

Sessions Included:

ALL EARS – The Listening Tour: Rocky Mountain Region (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

Big House – Taking the Big Room One Step Further for Project Delivery (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

Fully Engaged Owner – Washington State Route 520 Design-Build Execution (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

Harnessing the Power of Competitive Innovation (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

The One Model Approach to BIM, Asset Management and Exceptional Project Delivery (Nov 06, 2019 03:00 PM)

General Session - Everything (and NOTHING) Has Changed (Nov 07, 2019 08:00 AM)

10 Behaviors Required to Lead an Inspiring Design Build Experience (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

A Capitol Undertaking: Progressive Design-Build Restoration of the Oklahoma State Capitol (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

Design Management for the Design-Build Environment: Simple Lessons from a Complex Project (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

UVA Hospital Case Study: Engaging Trades Early to Manufacture MEP Systems Offsite (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

The Owner’s Role in Managing (and Accepting) Project Risk (Nov 07, 2019 09:15 AM)

Design Management in Progressive Design-Build - What's Your Role and Responsibility? (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

Engaging and Training a Field-Based, VDC-Enabled Workforce (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

Pennsylvania State University Uses Progressive Design-Build for Wastewater Treatment Plant Project (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

Safety Improvements Design-Build: A Case Study on the Road to Saving Lives (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

What Does Single Point of Responsibility Really Mean and How Far Should it Go? (Nov 07, 2019 10:30 AM)

“Whatever It Takes: R&D Facility Uses the Whole Toolbox” (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Design Excellence in Design-Build – Integrated Thinking About Procurement, Teamwork and Execution (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Lessons in Team Dynamics from Procurement through Preconstruction in Target Price Design-Build (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Up, Up and Away! Airports Take Off Using Design Build (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

The Role of Effective Teaming in Managing Risk (Nov 07, 2019 01:30 PM)

Architect-Led Design Build: An International and National Perspective (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

Delivering Integrated Design-Build Excellence at Google’s 1212 Bordeaux (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

Design-Build Collaboration: Success Managing Multiple Projects with One Mission (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

What Do Design-Builders Need to Know About P3’s? (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

How Lean Principles Align with Design-Build Done Right® (Nov 07, 2019 03:15 PM)

General Session - The Imperative and Opportunity to Invest in Resilient Infrastructure (Nov 08, 2019 08:00 AM)

Change in Direction: Leveraging Design-Build to Navigate Shifting Circumstances and Balance Risk (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Ethical Issues in Design-Build (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Lessons Learned from Washington State’s First Progressive Design-Build Public School Project (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Reconciling Typecasts to Achieve Design Build Success (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

BIM Standards: Setting Realistic Expectations and Deliverables for Project Teams (Nov 08, 2019 09:30 AM)

Standard: $450.00

Sessions

ALL EARS – The Listening Tour: Rocky Mountain Region

Nov 6, 2019 3:00pm ‐ Nov 6, 2019 4:15pm

Identification: 1011

Credits: None available.

The DBIA Rocky Mountain Region embarked on "The Listening Tour". "The Listening Tour" encompassed focus-group style interviews of 40 firms including Architects, Engineers, Contractors, and Subcontractors to understand what is and what is not working in design-build delivery in the Rocky Mountain Region. This presentation will review the resulting Do’s and Don’ts unearthed during "The Listening Tour".

Learning Objectives:
  • Review the results of the Listening Tour including specific comments from current Practitioners.
  • Analyze the current state of design-build in the Rocky Mountain Region.
  • Identify the Do's and Don'ts that are working and not working in design-build.
  • Explain how these Do's and Don'ts relate to the DBIA Best Practices.
Speaker(s):
  • Benjamin Wilking, DBIA, AIA, Architectural Manager, Farnsworth Group
  • Ted Laszlo, CHC, DBIA, LEED AP, Vice President, Vertix Builders
  • William O. Green, P.E., FDBIA, LEED AP, President, The RMH Group, Inc.
  • Eric S. Moe, P.E., DBIA, Vice President, Project Development, Puma Steel
Standard: $35.00

The One Model Approach to BIM, Asset Management and Exceptional Project Delivery

Nov 6, 2019 3:00pm ‐ Nov 6, 2019 4:15pm

Identification: 1017

Credits: None available.

What if the Owner and the Design-Builder worked together to create BIM standards that satisfied both organizations goals and aspirations? This is exactly what happened on the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Terminal 1 Project. Working together, SFO and Hensel Phelps developed naming standards, family standards, expectations for model level of development, identified asset families and established rules for model verification. This session will discuss the process and lessons learned from this collaborative partnership.

Learning Objectives:
  • Demonstrate the importance of Owner BIM requirements and the collaboration required to achieve alignment between the Owner and the Design-Build team.
  • Define the expectations of the Level of Devlopment and describe the ripple effect across the entire design-build team.
  • Explain how to organize asset data collection with trade partners.
  • Explain the benefits of the one model approach for the Owner.
Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

Harnessing the Power of Competitive Innovation

Nov 6, 2019 3:00pm ‐ Nov 6, 2019 4:15pm

Identification: 1020

Credits: None available.

The Oklahoma Army National Guard, State of Oklahoma, Government AE1 of Olsson Engineers and the Design-Build team of CMS Willowbrook and GSB Architects showcase the new Ardmore Readiness Center in Ardmore Oklahoma. This 83,618 SF new MILCON construction project used the Sustainable Acquisition Strategies pioneered by the National Renewal Laboratories (NREL) to see what type of energy innovations could be achieved in the heartland of the country.

Learning Objectives:
  • Owner Strategic Process in Developing an Acquisition
  • Sustainability as a Major Element of the Competition
  • Effective Use of an AE1
  • Successful Outcomes from a new DB Team
Speaker(s):
  • Andrew J. Carlson, AIA, DBIA, Project Manager, Oklahoma Army National Guard
  • John Morrison, AIA, PIH, Project Development, CMS Willowbrook
  • Ronald Weltzheimer, P.E., DBIA, Project Management, Olsson, Inc.
  • Molly Jones, AIA, LEED AP, GGP, GPCP, DBIA, President, Jones Design Studio
  • David A. Mihm, AIA, NCARB, Senior Architect, State of Oklahoma
  • Cory Newcomb, Assoc. DBIA, Director of Installations, Oklahoma Army National Guard
Standard: $35.00

Big House – Taking the Big Room One Step Further for Project Delivery

Nov 6, 2019 3:00pm ‐ Nov 6, 2019 4:15pm

Identification: 1054

Credits: None available.

Inclusive collaboration is essential to develop solutions that are creative, viable, and value-based. The LAWA Terminal Cores Project Management Office (PMO) is where all of professionals which create and construct the built environment are housed in a common space from the project outset. This allows the team to gain alignment and drive outcome-oriented performance through collaboratively harnessing the insights and talents of all participants to optimize whole-system thinking into project results.

Learning Objectives:
  • Many design-build projects incorporate the Big Room concept, providing a collaborative place where the team can gather, work, and meet. The LAWA Terminal Cores PMO takes this concept one step further, with a space that is specifically planned and designed by the project team to inhabit for the project duration. The 15,000 square foot PMO incorporates best practices for a successful office work environment that consolidates three separate and very different organizations into a highly functioning space. During this presentation, the floor plan of the PMO will be shared, describing how the space is organized to optimize collaboration and foster team camaraderie.
  • Collaboration is about teaming – working together to achieve common goals, with the success of these mutual objectives correlating with the concept of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts. Proximity in the form of co-location supports effective collaboration, bridging differences – disciplinary, cultural, and generational, while building relationships. This presentation will demonstrate how implementing co-location via the LAWA Terminal Cores PMO removes silos, ensures daily communication, promotes instinctive collaboration and enhances project delivery success.
  • Studies have shown that inadequate project planning, lack of executive sponsorship, and poorly defined goals and objectives contribute to project failures. In contrast, an effectively functioning PMO is one of the top reasons that drive successful project delivery. The LAWA Terminal Cores PMO effectively captures all of the participants, including the Owner (executive sponsorship), with the team’s singular objective in the form of the Project Charter on full display, enabling unimpeded communication for project planning. The presentation will share the inclusive process by which the development and refinement of the Project Charter was accomplished by the project personnel.
  • One of the unintended benefits of the LAWA Terminal Cores PMO is the identification, growth and development of emerging leaders from each organization. Without the traditional hierarchies associated within the established firms, the new entity that was created by the PMO allows individuals to step up and take on new responsibilities regardless of their experience level, discipline, or role. The presentation will demonstrate the benefits of the integrated team organization to address the specific project goals.
Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

Fully Engaged Owner – Washington State Route 520 Design-Build Execution

Nov 6, 2019 3:00pm ‐ Nov 6, 2019 4:15pm

Identification: 1072

Credits: None available.

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) recently awarded its fourth design-build project for the SR 520 corridor. WSDOT brings significant Design-Build (DB) experience to the project allowing it to execute the project effectively. WSDOT uses its design and construction oversight teams to engage the Design-Builder early and continuously. This ensures that WSDOT gets the project it expects and allows the Design-Builder the latitude to innovate and construct a quality project.

Learning Objectives:
  • Provide Design-Build training to all Owner staff
  • Learn how the Owner’s design oversight team interacts with the Design-Builder during the design phase
  • Develop Quality Audit Plans with priority focusing on items with higher risk
  • Identify key elements of collaboration between the Owner and Design-Builder that leads to effective project execution
Speaker(s):
  • Gordon MacDonald, P.E., DBIA, Senior Consultant, Parametrix
  • Robyn Boyd, SR 520 Construction Project Engineer, Washington State Department of Transportation
  • Greg Meadows, CCM, Principal Consultant, Parametrix
Standard: $35.00

General Session - Everything (and NOTHING) Has Changed

Nov 7, 2019 8:00am ‐ Nov 7, 2019 9:00am

Identification: GEN1

Credits: None available.

Dr. Jackson is one of America’s design-build pioneers, an author, educator and widely recognized expert on making the mental shift. Design-Build Done Right® requires far more than just winning a design-build competition or signing a design-build contract — it takes a whole new mindset. Dr. Jackson will address the challenges in shifting from a segregated services mentality and the skills necessary to be a successful design-build team member, and what it takes to manage and lead multi-disciplined teams to achieve optimized results under the Design-Build Done Right® approach.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

A Capitol Undertaking: Progressive Design-Build Restoration of the Oklahoma State Capitol

Nov 7, 2019 9:15am ‐ Nov 7, 2019 10:15am

Identification: 1051

Credits: None available.

In 2014, the State of Oklahoma embarked on a progressive design-build restoration of the 1917 State Capitol; listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Rehabilitating the exterior steel windows, stone cladding and roofing required historic design expertise and specialty trades. Selecting a team capable of planning the project without the input of specialty trades (due to procurement law limitations) and collaborating once key trade partners were selected was key to the project success.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the method employed for overcoming public procurement laws that limit integration of specialty trades at the project inception.
  • Compare the design-builder philosophies used in building the team for the QBS/RFP response phase and contracting, both trade partners and specialty trade partners.
  • Discuss the roles of the State’s advisory team in developing the project and coordinating assistance during execution between two design-builders.
  • Discover how the team collaborated to create co-owned solutions in the face of unforeseen conditions.
Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

UVA Hospital Case Study: Engaging Trades Early to Manufacture MEP Systems Offsite

Nov 7, 2019 9:15am ‐ Nov 7, 2019 10:15am

Identification: 1057

Credits: None available.

Technological advances combined with maturity in integrated delivery partnership models are paving the way for modular delivery of some of the most complex and costly systems in facilities and infrastructure – MEP. To realize the time and cost benefits of modular delivery for MEP systems, early engagement of specialty trades is essential. The panel will discuss advantages, challenges, best practices and lessons learned from the perspective of the owner, architect, general contractor and specialty contractor.

Learning Objectives:
  • How to engage specialty trades earlier in the design process.
  • Identify critical path systems and components that might be designed and built offsite.
  • Recognize opportunities to save time, reduce risks and manage costs through integrated modular delivery.
  • Design with safety in mind to minimize high-risk activities.
Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

Design Management for the Design-Build Environment: Simple Lessons from a Complex Project

Nov 7, 2019 9:15am ‐ Nov 7, 2019 10:15am

Identification: 1060

Credits: None available.

In the design-build delivery of modern, complex structures, the differences in the approach to business, work cultures and even typical personality types between the various team members – builders, designers and owners – is a key consideration. This session gives design-build team members, including the design manager, the practical tools, information and advice they need to overcome or mitigate these differences, build and sustain a functional and successful design team and help ensure a successful project.

Learning Objectives:
  • Recognize how designers, builders and owners differ in their approaches to business and in their work cultures, and discover how to overcome or mitigate these differences to allow effective collaboration and help ensure a successful project under the design-build model.
  • Discuss the Design Manager’s role and responsibilities in each phase of a Best Value Design-Builder Selection and identify how the Design Manager can lead their team to a successful award and lay the groundwork for a successful design-build project.
  • Build and sustain a functional and successful design team that remains motivated and collaborative from project kick-off and throughout the project. Establish clear performance expectations, well defined responsibilities and conflict-resolution strategies to help ensure a functional team.
  • Orchestrate the design team through the design tasks, as well as permitting and construction documentation. Manage change during the Design Process, understand the design team’s role in the construction phase, and implement a process to build quality into the design process.
Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00

10 Behaviors Required to Lead an Inspiring Design Build Experience

Nov 7, 2019 9:15am ‐ Nov 7, 2019 10:15am

Identification: 1076

Credits: None available.

Being a manager or an executive in the design and construction industry is more difficult than any other. Like other industries, we too have stringent deadlines, customers with high expectations and aggressive competitors. However, our customers don’t come to us to purchase pots and pans, cars, insurance or other products that are simple transactions. We practically live with our clients for months or longer.

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn 10 Practical Leadership Behaviors to Deliver an Inspiring Design Build Experience
  • Self-evaluate how well they are living the 10 Practical Leadership Behaviors
  • Gain best practices from actual team and project situations
  • Be able to immediately apply these behaviors to their current Design Build teams and Projects
Speaker(s):
Standard: $35.00
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