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Key Principles for Successful Design-Build Projects


Learn actionable design-build principles and strategies that will help you achieve a successful project.

As design-build becomes an increasingly useful approach, owners often ask, what defines success and how do I achieve it? This topic explains what achieving success on a design-build project looks like by understanding how the procurement process sets the essential foundation; the importance of the transition from procurement to implementation; and the meaning of best value during delivery. Presented in an accessible Top 10 List format, the material will focus on specific, actionable operating principles and strategies that reflect best practices and lessons learned.

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Leofwin Clark

Leofwin Clark

Brown and Caldwell

  • Vice president, Brown and Caldwell
  • Managing director, Collaborative Delivery Owner Advisor Practice, responsible for advising municipal and owners on the implementation of CMAR, design-build, and long-term operations and maintenance projects for water and wastewater infrastructure
  • Design-build developer, responsible for obtaining and delivering design-build and owner advisor projects for delivery by Brown and Caldwell
  • Past president (2016) and current Education Committee chair for the Water Design-Build Council (WDBC), responsible for leading the development of design-build-related educational curriculum and for conducting regular seminars and workshops on behalf of the WDBC
  • Can be contacted at 720-837-1020 or [email protected]
Douglas Herbst, DBIA

Douglas Herbst, DBIA

Freese & Nichols

  • Program manager at Freese and Nichols
  • Certified Design-Build Institute of America - DBIA Design-Build Professional
  • Has more than 40 years of experience with the development, procurement, negotiation and implementation of collaborative project delivery (CPD) projects, including construction management-at-risk (CMAR), design-build (DB), rogressive design-build (PDB) and design-build-operate (DBO), and other forms of Public Private Partnerships (P3s)
  • Was a founding member of the Texas Chapter of the DBIA (now Southwest Region)
  • Has been on its board since its inception serving in all the officer positions
  • Serves on various regional and national committees
  • Currently the chairman of the National DBIA Certification Board
  • Is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars and conducted workshops on the many aspects of design-build delivery
  • Has been a presenter at many of the DBIA Water and Wastewater and Annual Conferences over the past 25 years
  • Co-author of DBIA’s Best Practices for the Water and Wastewater Sector; DBIA’s representative working with the Water Design-Build Council on its 5th Edition of the Water and Wastewater Design-Build Handbook
  • A contributing author to the AWWA textbook Design-Build For Water and Wastewater Projects - Design-Build Procurement Approaches
  • M.S. degree in environmental engineering, Manhattan College; B.S. degree, in physics, Adelphi University
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