Design-Build: Planning Through Development: Planning Through Development

Hardcover | May 4, 2001

byJeffrey Beard, Esq.,, Michael Loulakis, Edward Wundram

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Definitive guide to mastering Design-Build

Design-Build (D-B) -- the project delivery system in which one firm contracts to provide all of the architectural, engineering, and construction services on a project -- is expected to dominate the market by the year 2005. Studded with illustrative case histories, Design-Build: Planning Through Development, by Jeffrey Beard, Michael Loulakis, Esq., and Edward Wundram, is the first book to cover every legal, technical, and administrative aspect of Design-Build. Whether you’re a design or construction professional or an owner, this authoritative and up-to-date manual gives you the across-the-board, real-world answers you need for timely, glitch-free, and cost-effective projects. You get expert architectural and engineering advice on:


*Procuring services
*Developing RFQs and RFPs
*Organizing and managing contracts
*Estimating
*Allocating risks
* Obtaining insurance and bonding
* Much more

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Definitive guide to mastering Design-BuildDesign-Build (D-B) -- the project delivery system in which one firm contracts to provide all of the architectural, engineering, and construction services on a project -- is expected to dominate the market by the year 2005. Studded with illustrative case histories, Design-Build: Planning Through...

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The first book to cover every aspect of design-build-legal, technical, and administrative. This authoritative and up-to-date manual gives design and construction professionals and owners real-world, across-the-board answers needed for timely, glitch-free, and cost-effective project delivery.Dominant by the Year 2005. Expected to domina...

Jeffrey L. Beard has been a chief staff officer of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) since 1993, and has recently been promoted to President & CEO. He has over 25 years of management and policy experience in the design and construction industry, including project management, contract administration, governmental relations, i...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:543 pages, 9.6 × 7.8 × 1.33 inPublished:May 4, 2001Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education

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ISBN - 10:0070063117

ISBN - 13:9780070063112

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Design-Build Project Delivery.

Chapter 2: Design-Build: A Brief History.

Chapter 3: The Facilities Acquisition Process: Business Process, Planning, and Programming.

Chapter 4: Where and When to Use Design-Build Delivery.

Chapter 5: Roles of Individuals in a Design-Build Project.

Chapter 6: The Owner's Responsibilities in Design-Build.

Chapter 7: Design-Build Entity Organization and Management of Projects.

Chapter 8: Design-Build Process Variations.

Chapter 9: Procurement and Selection of Design-Build Entities.

Chapter 10: Communicating the Owner's Requirements in Developing Design-Build and RFQs and RFPs.

Chapter 11: Conceptual Estimating and Scheduling for Design-Build.

Chapter 12: Performance Specifying for Integrated Services Projects.

Chapter 13: Design-Build Contract Structures and Payment Methodologies.

Chapter 14: Contracting Issues in Design-Build.

Chapter 15: Insurance and Bonding Issues in Design-Build.

Chapter 16: Design-Build Liability.

Chapter 17: The Use of Construction Management on Design-Build Projects.

Chapter 18: Institutional Challenges for Design-Build.

Chapter 19: Design-Build Plus and the Future of Integrated Services.