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Webinar - Design-Build "It's the Fastest Growing and Most Popular Method Used to Deliver Construction Projects in America"

  • Date: 03/07/2023
  • Start Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Time
  • End Time: 3:30 PM Eastern Time
  • Contact Hours: 1
  • Format: Webinar
  • CEUs: 1
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Webinar 030723: Design-Build "It's the Fastest Growing and Most Popular Method Used to Deliver Construction Projects in America" (Member)$0.00 03/07/2023
Webinar 030723: Design-Build "It's the Fastest Growing and Most Popular Method Used to Deliver Construction Projects in America" (Non-Member)$195.00 03/07/2023
Webinar 030723: Design-Build "It's the Fastest Growing and Most Popular Method Used to Deliver Construction Projects in America" (Member) $0.00
Webinar 030723: Design-Build "It's the Fastest Growing and Most Popular Method Used to Deliver Construction Projects in America" (Non-Member) $195.00
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Overview

Design-Build Project Delivery: "It’s the fastest growing and most popular method used to deliver construction projects in America." What is Design-Build and what do research studies tell us about it compares to other project delivery methods in terms of cost growth, schedule growth, and delivery speed? Presentation will review how Design-Build differs from other project delivery methods (Design-Bid-Build , Construction Management at Risk, Multi-prime) reviewing delivery method structures, procurement characteristics, and contract administration implications for successful project delivery. Discussion will also delve into how risk factor impacts differ when using design-build in a vertical (building) versus a horizontal (transportation) environment. Discussion will present how organizations need to be process adaptive and flexible to manage design-build contracts for best results.


What You'll Learn

After completing this online training session, learners will be able to:
 
1. Understand of how Design-Build differs from other Project delivery methods and the impact of single point of responsibility in design and construction when choosing acquisition and project delivery methods for a specific project.
2. Consider design and construction project delivery method market share and trends, as well as research results showing the benefits of Design-Build in terms of Cost, Schedule, and Delivery speed when performing acquisition planning.
3. Identify and evaluate the impact of some of the risk factor differences when using design-build in a vertical (building) versus a horizontal (transportation) environment.
 

Presenter Bio(s) 

Richard (Rich) Formella, PMP, DBIA  Director, Owner Support & Resources  Design-Build Institute of America, Waxahachie, TX. Mr. Formella is the President of Design-Build Strategic Solutions, LLC, a design & construction procurement process and contract administration consulting firm, and Director, Owner Support & Resources for the Design-Build Institute of America. He retired from federal service as Chief of the Bio-Containment Procurement Branch for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), after serving as Chief of Procurement for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (DHS) since 2006. Prior to joining DHS, Rich served the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) for over 20 years and concluded his service at BOP as the Chief of Construction Contracting where he led and administered the $2.5 billion-dollar new federal prison construction contracting program. At the DHS he led the team providing design and construction contracting support for the DHS Science and Technology Directorate for major laboratory renovations and new construction an overall $1.5 billion program, including the $1.3 billion National Bio & Agro Defense Facility. He has over 35 years of federal acquisition/contracting experience, beginning
as a warranted contracting officer in 1986. Mr. Formella holds a BS in Forest Management from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point; and a MS in Management – Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness from Troy University. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and a designated Design-Build Professional (DBIA). He is a former DBIA National Board member; DBIA Federal Committee member, and is a seasoned DBIA and NIGP instructor.
 
 

Attendance for Individuals

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Attendance for Groups

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Cancellation Policy

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Disclamer

The content of this webinar is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to solicit business or to provide legal advice. Laws differ by jurisdiction, and the information in this webinar may not apply to every attendee. You should not take, or refrain from taking, any particular action based upon the information contained in this webinar without first seeking jurisdictional guidance.