Project Delivery Method

last edited by: Pablo Cesar Garcia Bonilla on Nov 27, 2018 7:13 PM login/register to edit this page

Contents
1 Issues and Considerations When Selecting a Delivery Method
2 Project Delivery Method Determination
3 7 Major Areas to Analyze

Issues and Considerations When Selecting a Delivery Method

  1. Significant trend to non-traditional delivery methods throughout the world
  2. Cost and delivery/schedule certainty concerns can drive selection process
  3. Essential to first determine owner’s priorities for a project before evaluating which delivery method, for example:
    1. Schedule
    2. Access to funding
    3. Innovative technology and systems involved in project scope
    4. Risk position/appetite of the project owner
    5. Community and local business considerations
    6. Local construction marketplace capacity
    7. Current assessment of local marketplace and capabilities
    8. Internal (owner) staff readiness and knowledge of methods and inherent issues
    9. Relationship with project stakeholders
    10. Timing and owner ability re: decision making
    11. Risk assessment of project related issues – geotechnical and subsurface conditions, permitting and other regulatory considerations, land and ROW, funding, community and abutters
    12. Procurement and Contract Documents will need to be developed based on owners’ risk posture and industry lessons learned
    13. Status of project funding/financing

Project Delivery Method Determination

  • Assessment and Analysis of a multitude of issues, factors and considerations required prior to determination of optimal delivery method
  • Results and Benefits experienced by others are not necessarily “transportable”
  • No advocacy for any one method… each project is different with a varying sets of owner priorities and pressures
  • Complete or absolute Risk Transfer not required or suggested
  • Major risk considerations in any contract/delivery method
    • Comprehensive Contracting Strategy Assessment Checklist Developed

7 Major Areas to Analyze

  • Design and Project Scope Definition
  • Regulatory and Permitting
  • Land and Site Control
  • The Owner’s Organization
  • Risk Assessment and Definition
  • Current and Local Marketplace
  • Project and Owner Priorities


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