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Construction Webinar: Evaluating Alternative Delivery Methods in 2021—What’s Working and Pitfalls to Avoid



The construction industry has increasingly attempted (with varied success) to build projects using alternative delivery methods. Alternative delivery methods seek to increase communication, cooperation, and risk/reward-sharing with the goal of reducing scope gaps, unforeseen costs and delays, and claims. New alternatives and refined practices are being used in various public and private projects throughout the region. In this session, our speakers will review the leading alternative methods, highlight advantages and disadvantages, share experiences, and discuss how the construction landscape is changing.

The program will cover:

  • Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)
  • Design-Build (DB)
  • Construction Manager General Contractor (CM/GC)
  • Public and Private Sector Projects

Following the update, the presenters will remain available to address questions.

Who Should Attend?
The no cost webinar is for owners and developers, contractors and subcontractors, design professionals, and related industry firms. Please share this invitation with your colleagues and encourage them to register.

Guest Speaker: Patrick Duke, CRE – CBRE Healthcare
As managing director, Patrick’s focus is developing strategic solutions for the healthcare industry. With over 15 years of facility planning and project management experience, Patrick brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to clients, particularly related to team development and alternative project delivery models. When it comes to creative solutions, Patrick has the answers. Having worked with over 50 healthcare organizations, Patrick brings valuable lessons learned and tips to successfully plan and deliver new facilities. In addition, he has led the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) initiative at CBRE Healthcare and is highly sought after to educate both clients and industry partners on the essentials of a successful IPD engagement.

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Date / Time

Tuesday, September 28, 2021
9:00-10:30 a.m. PST

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