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This 1-hour primer will provide an overview of what are considered the three most commonly used project delivery approaches utilized in today’s marketplace – design-build, CM-at-risk, and design-bid-build. Each method is reviewed to highlight key characteristics of each, and important Owner considerations when determining the most appropriate project delivery method. The course will also touch on the various procurement approaches associated with design-build.
|Tim Cohn, DBIA, Preconstruction Services, Encore Electric||Tim Cohn is an electrician by trade and has been in electrical contracting for over 20 years. He has managed many design build projects, both in the preconstruction/design phase, and the construction phase of the projects. He has managed design build projects for public entities on a Federal and municipal level, and has managed design build projects for private owners across many different market sectors. He has served on the Rocky Mountain DBIA board since 2015.|
|Ted Laszlo, DBIA, LEED AP, CHC, Vice President, Vertix Builders||Ted is a true construction industry advocate, using his 17 years of experience to create collaborative and effective teams. His positive and engaging approach allows designers and contractors to come together to solve even the most difficult problems. Outside of his day-to-day role as Vice President of Vertix Builders, Ted works with the University of Colorado teaching young professionals, is a member of the Executive Committee for the DBIA Rocky Mountain Region, and provides continuing education for DBIA and AIA groups throughout the region. Ted’s passion for construction is well known and apparent on each of the projects he is involved with.|