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Cross-Country Design-Build Picks Up Steam

Cross-Country Design-Build Picks Up Steam

Fall 2011 By Evan Caplicki America’s infrastructure is in need of attention. Whether projects address decaying existing infrastructure or supply access to expanding areas, there is a strong demand for transportation investment. Public entities around the country continue to turn to design-build for all manner of these projects, from small rehabilitation projects to significant extensions […] Read more >
New York State Flood Recovery Efforts Lead to Lifting of Restrictions on Design-Build

New York State Flood Recovery Efforts Lead to Lifting of Restrictions on Design-Build

Washington, D.C. October 3, 2011   Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), praises Governor Cuomo for addressing the antiquated “Wicks Law” and taking advantage of a project-delivery method that keeps costs down while increasing speed of construction. Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued an executive order suspending regulations that mandate the hiring of separate design and construction […] Read more >
The Pentagon Renovation

The Pentagon Renovation

Fall 2011 On Time, On Budget and Built for the Next 50 Years The Pentagon is the largest low-rise office building in the world, and its renovation was the most complex in contemporary history. Completed at top speed in 1941 as the United States prepared to enter World War II, the Pentagon has remained much […] Read more >
Preserving History Through Design-Build

Preserving History Through Design-Build

Fall 2011 The Wayne N. Aspinall federal building and U.S. Courthouse, the nation’s first net-zero energy historic building, breaks new ground. The 92-year-old (and still fully functioning) Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Grand Junction, Colo., is slated to become the country’s first net-zero energy usage historic building. “This project is part […] Read more >
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