Design-Build Institute of America Rocky Mountain Region - Event Information
Principles and Best Practices for Progressive Design-Build
Rocky Mountain Region
Do you have an upcoming project where cost and schedule certainty are critical?
Are project costs increasing on your design-bid-build projects?
Do you have the funding to build projects, but not enough in-house project management staff?
Do you want to take your projects to the next level with total collaboration?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, progressive design-build might be the ideal collaborative-delivery method for your next water/wastewater project.
So, what is progressive design-build (PDB)? PDB is a delivery process that facilitates collaboration between the three primary roles of the project—the owner, designer, and builder—during the earliest stages of project development, ensuring that all parties work together as a single team in developing innovative project solutions. The process gives the owner control of decisions and risk, while providing the design-builder the ability to manage the constructability, schedule, and cost to meet the desired outcome. Three components that make PDB an excellent delivery method include collaboration, schedule acceleration, and cost certainty.
11:30 - 11:45: Check In
11:45 – 12:45: Presentation
12:45 – 1:00: Q and A
About Our Speaker:
Mark E Alpert, Executive Director, Water Collaborative Delivery Association
Mark had great interest in construction as a youngster which led to his entering a technical high school (Baltimore Polytechnic Institute) and earning his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering at Lehigh University. He also earned a Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering from Penn State University. Mark and his family moved to the Denver area in 1995 and still resides there.
He retired from CH2M HILL in 2014 and continues to remain active as the Executive Director of the Water Collaborative Delivery Association and President of Integrated Delivery Solutions working on major infrastructure projects in the United States and Canada.