Project Delivery Alternatives for Government Projects
New project delivery mechanisms are becoming more and more frequently used. A panel of public buyers, lawyers and construction executives will discuss what you may need to know to stay competitive in the public marketplace. Design-Bid-Build is still commonplace, but there are alternative project delivery methods which are becoming more popular. From Public Private Partnerships (P3), Design-Build, Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) to Concession Agreements; many alternative delivery methods are being used for public projects.
Our construction panel provides guidance on the increasing diversity of project delivery alternatives while utilizing real-life case studies to help you determine which method is right for you. By increasing your awareness of what is available and what you can do about them, you will be armed with knowledge of how to reduce risk and increase profitability for your government projects.
- Barriers to Concession Agreements
- Pros and Cons of the Different Delivery Methods
- Experience in Other States Compared to Georgia
- The Future of Delivery Methods
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Jay Roberts | Panelist | Georgia Department of Transportation
Jay Roberts was appointed Planning Director for the State of Georgia at the Georgia Department of Transportation by Governor Nathan Deal. In this role, Mr. Roberts is tasked with the planning of the State's transportation projects including developing and implementing the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).
Christy Sanders | Panelist | Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
In her role as Senior Attorney, Christy advises the Procurement, Accounting and Project Management Departments on legal issues that may arise from project solicitation through project completion. With the Agency for 8 years, Christy is instrumental in resolving small problems before they become big ones.
Ricardo Bosch | Panelist | cintra
As the North American Commercial and Bidding Vice President, Ricardo Bosch leads Cintra's business development and bid development efforts in the United States, Canada and Mexico. He has 18 years of global experience and expertise in developing, structuring and financing public-private partnership projects.
Mark B. Carter | Moderator | Taylor English Duma LLP
Mark Carter represents contractors and subcontractors involved in public and private construction projects. Mr. Carter has represented construction owners, developers, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, engineers, trade contractors and suppliers in all aspects of negotiation, mediation, arbitration, litigation and appellate work throughout the United States and internationally. Mr. Carter is especially experienced in negotiating design-build, EPC and material supply contracts.