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Public-Private Partnerships and DBIA

Public-Private Partnerships and DBIA

Issue 1 of 2015 by Jim Whitaker According to several industry sources, the pent-up demand for infrastructure in the U.S. is measured in hundreds of billions of dollars. Roads, bridges, schools, courthouses, jails, utility systems, the list goes on and on. Public-private partnership (P3) enabling legislation is beginning to take hold in many state houses […] Read more >
A Conversation with Peter Kinsley

A Conversation with Peter Kinsley

Issue 4 of 2014   DBIA’s 2015 National Board Chair Talks Priorities and Challenges for the Coming Year Tell us more about your role at Haskell and what you can bring to your role as Board Chair? As Group President, I lead Haskell’s Government and Public Services practice. This privilege provides me the opportunity to […] Read more >
Public-Private Partnerships: Design-Build Revolution or Evolution?

Public-Private Partnerships: Design-Build Revolution or Evolution?

By William T. Eliopoulos (right), Co-Chair Construction Practice Group, Rutan & Tucker, LLP and a member of DBIA’s Legislative and Legal Committee The 21st century has ushered in a revolution in construction delivery methods in the United States away from the separatist traditional design-bid-build method and toward a more integrated approach of which design-build is […] Read more >
But It Hasn’t Been Designed Yet!

But It Hasn’t Been Designed Yet!

Issue 3 of 2014 Lowest Price Technically Acceptable — The Antithesis of Best Value. By Craig Unger Craig Unger is a consultant in the federal law enforcement community and the design-build environment. He is a former senior executive with the U.S. Department of Justice and past president of DBIA. At Issue: Lowest Price Technically Acceptable […] Read more >
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