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Recommended guide for next generation of transportation design build procurement and contracting in the state of Georgia.
  • Published Date:
    2012-09-01
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[PDF-2.98 MB]


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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    FHWA-GA-12-1023
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  • Abstract:
    The overall objective of this research project is to develop a systematic approach that evaluates the appropriateness of Design Build Project Delivery System for a transportation project. State DOTs can benefit from this systematic assessment approach and better implement the Design Build Project Delivery System in highway construction programs by selecting the projects that are the most appropriate candidates for Design Build. The authors initially analyzed and documented state of practice of Design Build across State DOTs in the United States. Several structured interviews with representatives from three State DOTs (CDOT, VDOT, and FDOT) were also conducted to further enhance understanding about the state of practice in using Design Build Project Delivery System in these DOTs. The detailed interviews of these three State DOTs helped the research team understand that a systematic, transparent, and consistent approach towards the application of Design Build Project Delivery System is critical in the success of Design Build programs in State DOTs. The most pertinent findings of this research are:

    1. A systematic approach that evaluates the appropriateness of Design Build Project Delivery System for a transportation project;

    2. A systematic high-level risk allocation for Design Build projects;

    3. A systematic approach that evaluates the appropriateness of procurement methods for a Design Build project; and

    4. A Design Build Guidebook that describes the process of evaluating the appropriateness of Design Build Project Delivery System, initial risk allocation in Design Build contracts, and assessment and selection of procurement methods for Design Build projects.

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