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2017 Design-Build Conference & Expo


WE02 - Design-Build Done Right™ Principles: How They Tie to Progressive Design-Build


Nov 8, 2017 3:30pm ‐ Nov 8, 2017 4:30pm


Credits: None available.

Standard: $35.00

Description

The growth in popularity of design-build is undoubtedly due to the ample empirical data to support design-build as more cost-effective, faster, and producing great owner satisfaction than design-bid-build and CM-at-risk. With 25 states now having full authority for design-build, and 17 more with widespread authority, Design-Build Done Rightâ„¢ has produced an abundance of real life examples of stellar project successes. With so much success, why the emergence of Progressive Design-Build, and how do the two relate?

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss how Design-Build Done Rightâ„¢ principles relate to Progressive Design-Build.
  • Hear a point-counterpoint on the benefits of Fixed Price (or Lump Sum) Design-Build done according to best practices, as compared to the benefits of Progressive Design-Build.
  • Understand why both methods can achieve optimal outcomes.
  • Discuss what owners need to consider when deciding which design-build approach is right for their project.

Speaker(s):

  • Michael C. Loulakis, Esq., DBIA, President and Chief Executive Officer, Capital Project Strategies, LLC
  • Craig Unger, DBIA, Principal, Unger Security Solutions LLC

Credits Available


Design-Build Done Right™ Principles: How They Tie to Progressive Design-Build Exam

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