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  • FUNDING: When do we get it and when does it expire? SCHEDULE: What is the need date RESOURCES: 100% design or design build/ in house or A-E
  • Opportunities for stand-alone contracts and new IDIQ tools

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  • ACEC Washington/DBIA Meeting Design Build: Collaborating on the Future
    • Robynne Parkinson, Law Offices of Robynne Thaxton Parkinson
    • “ Best Practices in Risk Allocation”
  • Best Practices in Design-Build Risk Allocation Robynne Thaxton Parkinson, Esq., DBIA Best Practices in Design Build Risk Allocation Robynne Thaxton Parkinson, Esq., DBIA
  • Risk Allocation Best Practice
    • Allocate risk to the party who is best able to:
      • MANAGE
      • PRICE
      • INSURE
    • the risk.
    2
  • Role of the Contract
    • Use the contract as a tool to identify, evaluate and assign risk in the project.
    • Benefits:
      • Reduce disputes
      • Risks can be priced or managed
      • Project is priced appropriately
    3
  • Risk = Money
    • If there is more risk associated with a provision, the party taking the risk should price it appropriately.
    • Likewise, if a party is unwilling to take a risk, they should not receive as much money as one who is.
    4
  • Traditional Design-Bid-Build Project 5 Contractor Trade Subs Trade Subs Trade Subs Architect Owner
  • Liability Gap in Design-Bid-Build DESIGNER SUBCONSULTANTS Warranty – Strict Liability – Professional Negligence SUBCONTRACTORS CONSTRUCTOR GEOTECH 6 The Liability Gap OWNER
  • Design-Build Basic Structure Owner Design Consultants Trade Subcontractors Suppliers Design Criteria Consultant Design-Build Subcontractors 7 Design-Builder
  • New Roles of Owner/Consultant
    • Owner
      • Create and provide information for the project
      • Pay for the project
      • Determine extent of participation
    • Owner Representative
      • Optional member
      • Speak for Owner and communicate with
      • Design-Build team
      • Assist in RFQ/RFP process
    8
  • New Role of Design-Builder
    • Develop Team – establish teamwork
      • More than a contractual relationship
    • Greater responsibility/liability
    • Greater access to designer/builder
    • More flexibility with design, means and methods
    9
  • New Role of Constructor
    • Involvement from beginning to end
    • Start construction with only partial plans
    • Engineer around conflicts early; flexibility to meet performance criteria
    • Continuous value engineering throughout project
    10
  • New Role of Designer
    • No longer the Owner’s representative; however, still has professional obligations toward Owner in addition to contractual obligations to Design-Builder
    • Close coordination with constructor and subcontractors early
    11
  • New Role of Subcontractors
    • Early involvement in project
    • Design-build subcontractors can contribute early instead of avoiding conflicts after construction documents are completed
    • Trade subcontractors have greater opportunity to provide practical experience and value engineering
    12
  • Other Team Members
    • QA/QC – Independent Testing professionals
    • Developers
    • Publicity/Public Relations Firms
    • Risk Managers
    • (Last, but certainly not least) Attorneys
    13
  • Design Build Risks
    • Design-Builders accept more risk through the design-build procurement model
    • The Spearin Doctrine is not eliminated, but it shifts dramatically toward the design-builder.
    • Owners can, however, accept risk in several different ways
    14
  • Bridging and the Spearin Doctrine
    • Bridging: The Owner provides a preliminary design as the basis for developing a proposal.
    • Spearin Doctrine: Owner warrants the sufficiency of documents given to a D-B firm.
    • Bridging shifts risk back to Owner, since D-B firm can rely on documents furnished by an owner.
    15
  • Bridging and the Spearin Doctrine
    • M. A. Mortenson Co. (1993)
    • Air Force medical clinic
    • Design-builder relied on solicitation design documents
    • Corps rejected request for equitable adjustment
    • Board agreed that Corps had warranted the information provided to D-B
    16
  • Performance v. Design Specs
    • Design Specification : Owner dictates exactly how an element is to be designed.
    • Performance Specification : Owner only provides the requirement(s) for the end result of an element that will be designed by others.
    17
  • Performance vs. Design Specifications
    • Trataros Construction (2001)
    • Renovation of post office in old San Juan
    • Mixture of performance and design specs
      • Fiberglass panels replicating façade; design specs prescribed how to accomplish the work
      • System required major modifications
      • Result: Constructor had to rely on design furnished by owner (consistent with Spearin)
    18
  • Risk Analysis Summary Report
    • Get all interested parties in the same room
    • Discuss the risks unique to the project
    • Develop a spread sheet that describes each risk and determine who/what will address the risk
      • Insurance
      • Management of Risk
      • Pricing Risk
      • Accepting Risk
    19
  • Communication is Key
    • Open communication is the essential to any project.
    • Design-build is the best means for the use of collaborative techniques.
    20
  • DBIA Educational Opportunities
    • April 22: Contracts and Risk Management, Seattle
    • April 19-21: DBIA Water/Wastewater Conference, Dallas
    • April 21-23: DBIA Transportation Conference, Dallas
    • September 16-17: Sustainability in Design-Build, Seattle
    • October 18-20: DBIA National Conference, Las Vegas
    21
  • Design Build Institute of America
    • www.dbia.org (National Organization)
    • www.dbianwc.org (Northwest Region)
    • Contact Robynne Thaxton Parkinson, NW Region President. [email_address]
    22
    • Robynne Thaxton Parkinson is a Seattle based lawyer with substantial experience in both construction and employment law.  Formerly affiliated with the law firm Groff Murphy PLLC, she started her own practice so that she could provide legal services to a full range of clients performing construction work, including Owners, Contractors, Design Builders, Engineers and Architects.  In addition to construction law, Robynne counsels employers in all aspects of employment law, including discrimination, wrongful discharge, contract claims and labor issues. 
    • Robynne is one of the leading experts in construction law and alternative procurement both in Washington State and on a national basis.  She serves on the National Design Build Institute of America Board of Directors. In addition, she is on the National Contracts Task Force and was instrumental in revising the DBIA form Design-Build contracts. She is on the DBIA National Education Committee, which is the “knowledge center” for the DBIA, and is one of DBIA’s highest rated speakers. She participates on the legislative subcommittees of the Washington Capital Projects Advisory Review Board, which reviews all legislation involving capital projects in Washington state.  She has trained the Washington Project Review Committee on design build procurement.  She was named a 2010 Washington Super Lawyer.
    • Law Offices of Robynne Thaxton Parkinson, PLLC (206)909-5290 [email_address] www.rtp-law.com
    23
    • Larry Bradbury, Chief, Military Construction; Army Corps of Engineers
    • “ The Basics of Getting Into
    • Federal Business”
  • Building Strong Opportunities With The Seattle District Corps of Engineers Presentation to American Council of Engineering Companies of Washington 16 Mar 2010
  • Panel Member
    • Larry A Bradbury, Chief Military Construction
    • 206-764-3266
    • [email_address]
    Building Strong
  • What We’ll Address
    • MILCON Transformation
    • MILCON Program
    • Sustainment Restoration & Maintenance (SRM) Program
    • How To Get Involved w/ Gov’t Contracting
    • Small Business Programs
    • Questions
    Building Strong
  • MILCON Transformation
    • Significant change to the way we award our Army MILCON Work
    • The goal is to develop standard facilities that can be site adapted
    • Created Centers of Standardization
    • Mandatory use of Regional Contracts
    Building Strong
  • MILCON Transformation
    • Regional Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC)
      • Savannah District MATOCs
        • Battalion Headquarters Facilities (BNHQ)
        • Company Operations Facilities (COF)
        • Tactical Equipment Motor pool Facilities (TEMF)
      • Fort Worth District MATOCs
        • Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing (UEPH)
    Building Strong
  • MILCON Projects
    • Replace Family Housing, Phase 7B, Malmstrom AFB
      • Construction of Housing and Site Work
      • Design Bid Build
      • Acquisition Strategy:
        • Small business Set-Aside
        • Advertise uncertain
        • Estimated Construction Cost over $10M
    Building Strong
  • MILCON Projects
    • Logistics Readiness Center, Mountain Home AFB
    • Multiple Buildings, General Construction
      • Design-Bid-Build
      • Acquisition Strategy:
        • Small Business Setaside
        • Advertise early May
        • Estimated construction cost: $10M - $25M
    Building Strong
  • MILCON Projects
    • SERE Support Headquarters, Fairchild AFB
      • Design Build
      • Acquisition Strategy
        • Small Business
        • Advertize Late May
        • Estimated construction cost over $10M
    Building Strong
  • MILCON Projects
    • SOF Company Operations Complex, Ft Lewis WA
      • Develop Administrative Facilities for the SOF Command
      • Acquisition Strategy
        • Design/Build
        • Two Phase
        • Advertise Late March
        • Estimated Construction Cost over $10M
    Building Strong
  • Sustainment, Restoration, & Maintenance Program
    • FY09 -- $70M (FY 10 higher.)
      • Barracks Renovations
      • Fire Alarm and Suppression
      • HVAC Repairs
      • Water and Wastewater Upgrades
      • Roofing & Painting
      • Paving
      • Range Repair and Upgrades
      • Repair Admin Buildings
    Building Strong
  • Building Strong
    • Other Opportunities:
      • Civil Works Projects (FY10 About $170M)
        • Levee Rehabilitation
        • Damn Maintenance and Repair
        • Dredging
      • Economic Stimulus – Ongoing effort
      • Environmental
      • Other Agency Support – To be determined
    Building Strong
  • Building Strong Contracting Toolbox MATOC I D I Q Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Design/Build Purchase Order JOC Job Order Contract A-E Stand-Alone Contracts
  • How do we decide which tool to use?
    • Drivers:
    • Funding
    • Schedule
    • Resources
    Building Strong
  • Small Business Preference Programs
    • Section 8(a)
    • Historically Underutilized Business Zone Empowerment Program (HUBZone)
    • Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Program (SDVOSB)
    Building Strong
      • What is a Small Business?
      • Based on 3 year average annual receipts
      • Construction = $33.5M/year or less
      • A-E = $4.5M/year or less
    Building Strong
    • SET-ASIDE
      • Small Business Set-Aside
      • 8(a) Set Aside (Sole Source or Competitive)
      • HUBZone (Competitive)
      • Service Disabled Veteran Owned (Competitive)
    • UNRESTRICTED COMPETITION
    Acquisition Strategies Building Strong
  • How to find opportunities
    • Federal Business Opportunities website:
    • www.FBO.gov
    Building Strong
  • How to do business
    • Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
    • http://www.ccr.gov ; 1-888-227-2423
    • Dun & Bradstreet Number (D-U-N-S)
    • http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/pages/CCRSearch.jsp
    • 1-866-705-5711
    • On-line Representations & Certifications (ORCA)
    • http://www.bpn.gov
    Building Strong
  • Getting Involved Building Strong
  • General Info: How to Get Involved in Government Contracting
    • Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
    • Online Representations & Certifications (ORCA)
    • Small Business Resources & Small Business Programs
    • Finding Contracting Opportunities
    • Contracting with the Seattle District Corps of Engineers
    Building Strong
  • Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
    • Central Contractor Registration (CCR) is the primary registrant database for the U.S. Federal Government. CCR collects, validates, stores and disseminates data in support of agency acquisition missions. It is an online database of information on thousands of businesses and serves as a search engine for Contracting Officers, a marketing tool for vendors and a “link” to procurement opportunities and other important information.
    • All prospective vendors must be registered in CCR prior to award of any Government Contract. CCR Registration is FREE. Please note that if you are already registered with CCR, you are required to update your registration on an annual basis.
    • To obtain information regarding registering in the CCR, call 1-888-227-2423, or log on to the CCR web site at http://www.ccr.gov . Please note that you must have a Data Universal Numbering System (D-U-N-S) Number in order to begin the registration process in CCR.
    Building Strong
  • CCR continued …
    • If you do not have a D-U-N-S Number to begin the CCR registration process, you must contact Dun & Bradstreet (D&B). A D-U-N-S number is a unique 9-digit identification number that is assigned for each physical location of your business. D&B is the entity responsible for providing D-U-N-S Numbers.
    • D-U-N-S Number assignment is FREE for all businesses required to register with the US Federal government for contracts or grants.
    • You may request your D-U-N-S Number(s) online at http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/pages/CCRSearch.jsp or by calling 1-866-705-5711.
    Building Strong
  • CCR continued …
    • For more information about CCR:
      • CCR Handbook, New Registration Screenshots & Renewal/Update Screenshots: http://www.ccr.gov/Handbook.aspx
      • CCR Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): http://www.ccr.gov/FAQ.aspx
    Building Strong
  • Online Representations & Certifications (ORCA)
    • ORCA is an e-Government initiative that was designed to replace the paper based Representations and Certifications (Reps and Certs) process.
    • Prior to ORCA, vendors were required to submit Reps and Certs for each individual large purchase contract award. Now, using ORCA, a contractor can enter their Reps and Certs information once for use on all Federal contracts.
    • You must be registered in ORCA if the solicitation you are responding to requires that you have an active registration in CCR.
    • Note: CCR and ORCA are complementary systems. ORCA reuses data pulled from CCR and pre-populates many of the required Representations and Certifications. Then, the vendor completes the remaining Reps and Certs with the understanding that with each solicitation they are certifying to current, accurate and complete information.
    Building Strong
  • ORCA continued …
    • To log into ORCA, go to http://www.bpn.gov and click on “Online Reps and Certs Application.”
    • To complete your ORCA registration, you will need two items: (1) An active record in CCR and (2) A Marketing Pin Identification Number (MPIN) which can be retrieved from your active CCR record.
    • For an ORCA Handbook, please visit the following link: https://orca.bpn.gov/miscl/ORCA%20Handbook.pdf .
    Building Strong
  • Small Business Resources
    • Small Business Administration (SBA)
    • Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs)
    • Small Business Programs
    Building Strong
  • SBA continued …
    • SBA’s Washington State District Office:
      • 2401 Fourth Avenue, Suite 450 Seattle, WA 98121 206-553-7310 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
    • SBA’s Spokane Branch Office:
      • 801 W. Riverside Avenue, Suite 200 Spokane, WA  99201 509-353-2800 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
    Building Strong
  • Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs)
    • The Defense Logistics Agency, on behalf of the Secretary of Defense, administers the DoD Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP). PTA Centers (PTACs) are a local resource available at no or nominal cost that can provide assistance to business firms in marketing products and services to the Federal, state and local governments.
    • There are two PTACs located in Washington State:
      • Washington Economic Development Council of Snohomish County
      • POC: Erin Nielsen
      • Phone: 425-743-4567; Fax: 425-745-5563
      • E-mail: [email_address]
      • Website: http://www.washingtonptac.org
      • Northwest American Indian Development
      • POC: Meredith Edwards
      • Phone: 425-744-0738; Fax: 425-771-6838
      • Email: [email_address]
    Building Strong
  • Are you a Small Business?
    • To determine whether or not your firm can be considered a small business, SBA has established numerical definitions, or "size standards," for all for-profit industries. These standards are matched to the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industries. A size standard, which is usually stated in # of employees or average annual receipts, represents the largest size that a business (including its subsidiaries and affiliates) may be to remain classified as a small business for SBA and Federal contracting programs.
    • To view SBA’s current Table of Small Business Size Standards, go to: http://www.sba.gov/contractingopportunities/officials/size/GC-SMALL-BUS-SIZE-STANDARDS.html .
    • Note: If a business exceeds the size standard for its overall industry group, it may still be a small business for its specific industry within that group; some industries have higher size standards than the general one for the industry group.
    Building Strong
  • Small Business Programs
    • If you qualify as a Small Business, you may also qualify for one of the following specific Small Business Programs developed by the SBA:
      • SBA’s 8(a) Program: http://www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/8abd/index.html
      • SBA’s HUBZone Program: https://eweb1.sba.gov/hubzone/internet/index.cfm
      • SBA’s Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Program:
      • http://www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/sdb/index.html
      • SBA’s Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Program: http://www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/gc/programs/gc_service_disabled.html
      • SBA’s Office of Women’s Ownership Program: http://www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/onlinewbc/index.html
    Building Strong
  • Finding Contracting Opportunities
    • Federal Business Opportunities ( www.FBO.gov )
    • SUB-Net
    • SBA’s Subcontracting Opportunities Directory
    Building Strong
  • FBO.gov
    • FBO is the U.S. Government’s one-stop virtual marketplace. Through this single point-of-entry, commercial vendors and government buyers are invited to post, search, monitor and retrieve opportunities solicited by the entire Federal contracting community.
    • To simply view business opportunities, you do not need to be registered in FBO.gov; however, to download solicitation packages, you must register as a vendor in FBO.gov.
    • To register, you must have a DUNS number and active registration in CCR. For specific registration instructions, download the FBO.gov Vendor Guide at: https://www.fbo.gov/downloads/FBO_Vendor_Guide.pdf .
    Building Strong
  • SUB-Net
    • SUB-Net is the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Subcontracting Network.
    • Generally, SUB-Net is used by prime contractors to post subcontracting opportunities. These may or may not be reserved for small business, and they may include either solicitations or other notices -- for example, notices of sources sought for teaming partners and subcontractors on future contracts.
    • Small businesses can review this web site to identify opportunities in their specific areas of expertise: http://web.sba.gov/subnet/search/index.cfm?CFID=800601&CFTOKEN=b40135b4049abfca-4DD552D9-BBEA-3621-EE75A0611C2319C5&jsessionid=90301a47a0835cedee1a1d19336f1e796028
    Building Strong
  • SBA’s Subcontracting Opportunities Directory
    • SBA obtains the names and addresses for their subcontracting opportunities directory from subcontracting plans that are submitted to the Government when a large business receives a Federal contract over $500,000 (over $1 million in construction).
    • To view the SBA’s Subcontracting Opportunities Directory, go to: http://www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/gc/contacts/gc_subcontracts_opportunities.html
    Building Strong
  • What should I do if I am interested in contracting with the Government as a prime contractor?
    • Register in CCR & ORCA
    • Contact SBA to learn more about small business programs you may qualify for. You may be eligible to compete for contracts that are set-aside for certain small business categories, or if you are an 8(a) or Alaska Native Corporation (ANC), you may be eligible for sole-source awards.
    • Familiarize yourself with FedBizOpps and other resources to locate prime contracting opportunities.
    • Download solicitation packages that you are interested in and familiarize yourself with the Government’s proposal submission requirements for various acquisitions.
    Building Strong
  • What should I do if I am interested in working on Government contracts as a subcontractor?
    • Familiarize yourself with FedBizOpps and other resources such as SUB-Net and the SBA’s Subcontracting Opportunities Directory to locate various subcontracting opportunities.
    • Network with General Contractors that you know may be working for or are interested in working for the Federal Government.
    Building Strong
    • QUESTIONS
    Building Strong
    • Dan Callan, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP, Vice President, Tetra Tech
    • “ Design Build RFPs in the Federal Sector”
  • Dan Callan, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP Vice President
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • Federal Design Build Customers
      • Navy
      • Corp of Engineers
      • Homeland Security
      • GSA
      • Dept of Interiors
      • Fish and Wildlife
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • NAVFAC - Navy
      • Clients include Navy / Air Force
      • Six – Part Format
      • Weighted to Performance Based
    • Corp of Engineers
      • Clients are Army Installations, Air Force, Homeland Security, …..
      • TI-800-3 Technical Instructions
      • Scaled from Performance - Prescriptive
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • RFP Types
      • One Phase (Qualifications, Tech Proposal + Price)
      • Two Phase (Qualifications – then Tech + Price)
      • MACC, MATOC
    • Trends
      • Larger Projects / Bundle of Milcon Authorizations
      • Small Business Set Asides – Hub Zone, SDSB,
      • Program and Geographic MATOCs, MACCs
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • RFP Bridging Documents
      • One Phase – Concept to 30% Design
      • Two Phase – Relationship Diagrams
      • BIM Models
    • Submittal Requirements
      • Significant Variations; from Price – Narrative – 30% Design
      • Always Note Page and Drawing Limits!
      • Projects, Resumes, Past Performance – They Check!
  • DB RFP Road Map
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • NAVFAC Design-Build RFP Format
    http://www.wbdg.org/ndbm/rfp_format.php
  • DB RFP Road Map http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/DOD/UFC/ufc_1_300_07a.pdf
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • Corp of Engineers – TI 800—03
    • DIVISION 00 – PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS
    • 00 10 00 BID SCHEDULE
    • 00 73 00 SPECIAL CLAUSES
    • 00 82 00 STATEMENT OF WORK
    • 00 89 00 OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS
    • DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    • APPENDIX I DRAWINGS
    • APPENDIX II PROPOSAL DRAWING FORMAT
    • APPENDIX III SPACE REQUIREMENT MATRIX
    • APPENDIX IV SPACE RELATIONSHIP MATRIX
    • APPENDIX V INTERIOR DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
    • APPENDIX VI USER EQUIPMENT UTILITY CONNECTIONS LIST
    • APPENDIX VII SITE PHOTOGRAPHS
    • APPENDIX VII BASE GENERAL MAP
    • APPENDIX IX EXISTING BUILDING
    • APPENDIX X GEOTECHNICAL REPORT
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • SOLICITATION
    • SF 1442
    • SCHEDULE
    • 002100 INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERERS
    • SMALL BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS
    • 002211 PROPOSAL SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    • 0045500 REPS AND CERTS
    • PRE AWARD INFORMATION
    Corp of Engineers
  • DB RFP Road Map Section 00 22 11 Proposal Submission Requirements, Evaluation Criteria, and Basis of Award, One-Step Best Value, Design-Build (Single Award) 1. OVERVIEW 2. BASIS FOR AWARD 3. PROPOSAL CONTENTS AND RELATED EVALUATION FACTORS 4. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL PROPOSALS 5. FACTOR A: RELEVANT EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS OF PROPOSED TEAM MEMBERS 6. FACTOR B: OFFEROR PAST PERFORMANCE, INCLUDING CUSTOMER SATISFACTION, QUALITY, AND TIMELY PERFORMANCE 7. FACTOR C: BUILDING FUNCTIONALITY AND AESTHETICS 8. FACTOR D: BUILDING SYSTEMS AND MATERIALS 9. FACTOR E: SITE DESIGN AND ENGINEERING 10. FACTOR F: SCHEDULE 11. FACTOR G: EXTENT OF SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION 12. VOLUME 2 – SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS – PRICE & PRO FORMA INFORMATION 13. PROPOSAL EVALUATION 14. TECHNICAL EVALUATION DEFINITIONS 15. TECHNICAL EVALUATION RATING SYSTEM 16. PRICE EVALUATION 17. ESTABLISHMENT OF A COMPETITIVE RANGE (IF NECESSARY)
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • RELEVANT EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS OF PROPOSED TEAM MEMBERS
      • Pendleton - $110 M, Two Resumes, Five Projects
      • FE Warren – 4 Million, Entire Team + 5 Years ACASS
    • Project Descriptions
      • 5 Year Time Frame Typical
      • Relevant Scope and Size
      • Match Projects to Resume and Past Performance
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • PROPOSAL EVALUATION
      • Minimum Qualifications – Best Price
      • Best Value???
      • Criteria Rating
        • Price = Technical Factors
          • Technical Factors:
          • A more than B; B + C more than D, E, C+ D more than A, but less than B…………!
        • Technical Factors SIGNIFICANTLY more than Price
  • DB RFP Road Map
    • DEBRIEF
      • Win or Lose
      • Pre Award vs. Post Award
      • Prepare to be Frustrated……
    • TAKE AWAY
      • Read the RFP
      • Read the RFP
      • Then Read the RFP Again….
    • There are NO two the same!
    • This will be the Go / No Go decision tool…
  •  
    • Doug Brinley, AIA, Principal, KPG
    • “ The Business of Design Build From the Designer’s Perspective”
    • State of the Industry
    • Several Problems
    • Assurance & Insurance
    • Can we afford the pursuit?
    • How will we innovate?
    • Back to the Future
    • Resources
    • Certification
    • Bob Galteland, PE, DBIA, LEED AP, President, Reid Middleton
    • “ Design Build Teaming and Cost Controls”
  • Teaming
    • Quality Partners
    • Experienced Partners
    • Advanced Agreements
    • Teaming Discussions
  • Ramping Up for Proposal
    • Short Notice
    • Very Compressed Schedule
    • Use Experienced (Senior) Staff
    • CLEARLY communicate expectations/deliverables
  • Controlling Design Costs
    • Communicate Expectations
      • Deliverables
      • Schedule
      • Format
    • Use Experienced (Senior) Staff
    • Know what is really needed
  • Controlling Construction Costs
    • Discuss key concerns with Contractor
    • Think of Alternatives
    • Work out critical items EARLY
    • Give Contractor time to Estimate/Bid
    • Be prepared for changes
  • Costs of Advanced Technologies
    • BIM (Building Information Management)
      • Fewer Staff Have Experience
      • Even Fewer Senior Staff have Experience
      • Still has bugs
      • Accuracy of Quick Solutions
    • 4D/5D technologies
      • Not what A/E’s typically trained in
  • Thank you for participating. Download this presentation at: www.acec-wa.org/programs