In a traditional construction delivery process — often known as Design-Bid-Build — an owner contracts separately with a designer and contractor, sometimes creating a less-than-desirable relationship among those two entities with the potential for inefficiencies.

In more collaborative delivery methods, such as Design-Build and Integrated Project Delivery, an owner will hire a single entity, the Design-Builder, to perform both the design and construction under a single contract. This method facilitates a high degree of collaboration between the design and construction disciplines, ensures early input from the multiple trades and increases early buy-in from all team members.

Take a look at the infographic below to see how a collaborative approach to project delivery makes a significant difference in enhancing overall quality, decreasing cost and compressing the delivery period.


Project Delivery Case Study

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