Lecture 5 - 1 CVEN 349 Civil Engineering CVEN 349 Civil...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 CVEN 349: Civil Engineering CVEN 349: Civil Engineering Project Management Project Management LECTURE # 5 Fall 2009 Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic Project Delivery Methods Project Delivery Methods ¡ Design-Bid-Build Method (DBB) ¡ Design-Build Method (DB (DB) ¡ Construction Project Management “Project delivery method is the comprehensive process of assigning the contractual responsibility for designing and constructing a project” (AGC) Project Delivery Methods Project Delivery Methods ! ? ? Who will design? Who will construct? ? HA Fig 2-1 Who will operate and maintain? Traditional Design Traditional Design-Bid Bid-Build Method Build Method ¡ Traditional method ¡ Designer, Contractor, Operator are chosen separately $$$ design ¡ Limited risk for designer and contactor ¡ Design completed before construction begins ¡ What is the biggest problem?? Exercise Exercise ¡ Groups of 3 ¡ 2 minute brainstorm – answer the question: What do you think is the biggest problem with DBB delivery method? ¡ Submit your answers The biggest problem??? The biggest problem??? ¡ Designer and Contractor in general are not in any contractual relationship ¡ If something goes wrong: the tendency is to use “Blame it on the other” argument ¡ Things that can go wrong for Owner: ¡ Change condition/order due to improper design ¡ Poor construction quality 2 Design Design-Build Method Build Method ¡ An owner delegates all...
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2010 for the course CVEN 349 taught by Professor Damjanovic during the Fall '09 term at Texas A&M.

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Lecture 5 - 1 CVEN 349 Civil Engineering CVEN 349 Civil...

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