Publications Available For Download
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A brief review of the seven most prevalent construction project delivery methods in use today (Design-Bid-Build, CM-at-Risk, Design Build, Bridging, and CM Agency) including a sixth method recently introduced by Brookwood: Enhanced CM-at-Risk. A discussion of Integrated Project Delivery has been included in this publication.
This publication provides a detailed look at Cal Poly's 'Poly Canyon Village' which was, at the time of its construction, the largest on-campus student housing project in a single construction program in the country.
This publication provides an overview of an equitable multi-party partnership which can reduce the risk to the capital partner/land owner/developer/project sponsor.
Not master planning, facility programming or architectural planning, SREFP is integrated into a company's or institution's business plan and deals with its near term and long range plans for facilities and real estate.
In 2003, Mr. Heery adapted the approach he developed for Strategic Facilities Planning for Businesses to address similar needs of colleges and universities
This document provides an overview of Brookwood's program management services, which include Development Management and Program Management. Typical Program Management Phases and Services are described, from Pre-Design through Close-Out.
From the Program Management Services series: The Design-Bid-Build project delivery method is thought of as the traditional method by most people in the construction industry and related professions.
From the Program Management Services series: The Construction Manager at Risk project delivery method (CM-at-Risk) can be a very comforting and a good way to manage design and construction in the interests of the project as long as the Owner’s organization is one that is in a position to rely upon relationships in the procurement of construction.
From the Program Management Services series: The Design-Build method of project delivery is best used by an owner organization that is in a position to rely upon relationships* in the procurement of construction.
From the Program Management Services series: The Bridging method of construction project delivery is a hybrid of the traditional Design-Bid-Build and the Design-Build methods.
From the Program Management Services series: Employing the Bridging method with the CM-at-Risk project delivery method is not only easily feasible, but can have a number of significant advantages to owners who choose to use CM-at-Risk.
From the Program Management Services series: The “Construction Management Agency” project delivery method was the basic “CM” idea that emerged in the 1960s as major construction programs, particularly public agency programs, began to be undertaken after World War II.
In this document American architect George Heery provides a personal account of the evolution of the profession of Construction Management and Construction Program Management. (Mr. Heery is recognized as one of the pioneers who transformed the face of modern construction delivery during the last half of the 20th century).