This session is a case study extracting lessons learned from a successful small project that started as a design competition and was delivered turnkey. The success of the project hinged on balancing high design expectations with an exceptionally fast turn-around, blurring traditional boundaries between design and fabrication.
Compare how a design-build delivery method rooted in a design-based competition differs from more traditional design-build projects.
Identify specific contractual strategies that balance prior (competition-based) design commitments with the need to accommodate schedule and budget.
Identify ways in which project priorities varied between team members and evaluate communication and management strategies aimed at bridging differences.
Differentiate between 3-D modeling technologies with regard to their capacity to cross from design to fabrication.
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