EVOLVING PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS AND RISK CONCERNS FROM A DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S STANDPOINT

I recently posted a presentation I put on regarding project delivery methods.  In that presentation I discussed evolving project delivery methods such as Integrated Project Delivery and Public-Private-Partnerships and even sustainability / green building as a focus of certain delivery methods.   I also discussed how BIM (building information modeling) and emerging, collaborative technology is utilized during the course of construction.

 

With evolving delivery methods (and the use of emerging technology) comes RISK concerns and issues that are different than the risk concerns and issues with more conventional project delivery methods.  Below is a portion of a presentation I did addressing risk concerns and issues from a design professional’s standpoint, with the focus on evolving project delivery methods and emerging technology such as BIM. 

 

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UNDERSTAND PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS SO THAT YOU SELECT A METHOD THAT BEST MEETS YOUR NEEDS

There are numerous project delivery methods or a method to deliver an owner the design and construction of a project.  Selecting a project delivery method requires the owner to consider many factors including the 1) project size, complexity, and scope, 2) insurance, 3) emerging technology such as building information modeling, 4) lean construction, 5) sustainability, 6) risk allocation, 7) control, 8) internal resources, 9) budget, 10) schedule, 11) contractor input during preconstruction, 12) risk allocation, 13) dispute resolution, and 14) collaboration amongst ownership, the design team, and the construction team. After carefully considering all of these factors, the objective is for an owner to select the project delivery method that will best bring it value including allocating responsibility of the design and construction to those best equipped to manage and handle that responsibility.  Learn more about the following project delivery methods by analyzing  considerations and perspectives of each method in the attached primer:

 

1. Design-bid-build

2. Multi-prime

3. Design-build

4. CM-agency

5. CM-at risk

6. Integrated project delivery

7. Public private partnership

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GENERAL UNDERSTANDING OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS

UnknownEver hear the expression, “there are many ways to skin a cat?”  Of course you have!  Well, this expression can apply to construction as there are many ways to build a project to accomplish the same objective–to deliver a completed project.  

 

The various ways projects are delivered are oftentimes referred to as construction project delivery methods.  Such delivery methods can be the traditional method of design-bid-build to the much more sophisticated and collaborative delivery mthod of integrated project delivery (“IPD”) to the method aimed at delivering needed public projects (such as infrastructure) known as the public private partnership (“P3”)

 

 

 

Below is a basic presentation illustrating the following construction project delivery methods:

1)   design-bid-build

2)   design-bid

3)   construction manager at-risk

4)   integrated project delivery (“IPD”) and

5)   public private partnership (“P3”).

 

 

 

Check out the presentation to get a general understanding of the highlights of each of these project delivery methods.

 

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Please contact David Adelstein at dadelstein@gmail.com or (954) 361-4720 if you have questions or would like more information regarding this article. You can follow David Adelstein on Twitter @DavidAdelstein1.