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Looking Ahead – 2014 State Advocacy

Looking Ahead – 2014 State Advocacy

by Richard Thomas & Geoff Corey  |  January 22, 2014 Every year since DBIA was founded in 1993, the use of design-build has been growing, and 2014 is shaping up to be another year of increased acceptance and use. This unprecedented growth is exactly why design-build can hardly be called “alternative delivery” anymore. For the past three years, the […] Read more >
Looking Ahead – 2014 Federal Advocacy

Looking Ahead – 2014 Federal Advocacy

by Louis J. Jenny & Geoff Corey  |  January 14, 2014 As DBIA ramps up our federal advocacy efforts, we’re excited to look ahead to what’s in store for 2014. Since it is a Congressional election year, and Members of Congress want time to campaign, there will be a shortened congressional calendar. This means that […] Read more >
Budget Breakthrough: What Design-Builders Need to Know

Budget Breakthrough: What Design-Builders Need to Know

by Geoff Corey | December 12, 2013 Earlier today, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 advanced in the U.S. House of Representatives, and will likely be enacted. Also known as the Murray-Ryan deal, it would replace $63 billion in scheduled sequester cuts over the next two years by raising an additional $85 billion in revenue […] Read more >
Advancing Design-Build in Oklahoma

Advancing Design-Build in Oklahoma

by Richard Thomas  |  December 2, 2013 A couple weeks ago, I was able to fly to Oklahoma and make the case for design-build project delivery. Oklahoma is a state that has never been very open to design-build, but recently we’ve seen some real progress. Oklahoma State Representative Richard Morrissette introduced two bills in the 2013 […] Read more >
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