A recent report offers some interesting insights from industry stakeholders on attitudes towards, and the effectiveness of, the design-bid-build, design-build, and construction management at-risk delivery models.
Signed into law on June 10, the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act, or WIFIA, is a five-year, $350 million pilot federal loan program for large water and wastewater infrastructure projects designed to encourage P3 delivery in this important market sector.
As public-private partnerships continue to proliferate across North America, we take a closer look at some high-level P3 legal issues from a green building perspective.
In a decision that has significant implications for the design-build and government contracting communities, the Federal Circuit has reversed a Court of Claims decision that numerous commentators and industry organizations had believed was wrongly decided.
An article in the latest issue of the Public Contract Law Journal is particularly timely in light of recent commentary on the Department of Defense’s intention to pursue LEED certification for its projects while simultaneously developing a new, agency-specific building code.
GRELJ takes a closer look at some key provisions in the Design-Build Institute of America’s Sustainable Project Goals Exhibit, which was released in May of 2009 and contains some important risk management tools for all types of design and construction contracts.