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

Tuesday, September 28, 2021, 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. PDT

Miller Nash invites you to join their next complimentary construction webinar on September 28 (virtual). 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, the 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

Who Should Attend?
This complimentary 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.

Speakers:

  • Jeff Condit, Miller Nash LLP
  • Patrick Duke, CBRE
  • Jacob Zahniser, Miller Nash LLP
  • Tara O’Hanlon, Miller Nash LLP

Register: Construction Webinar Series: Evaluating Alternative Delivery Methods in 2021—What’s Working and Pitfalls to Avoid (September 28) (millernash.com)

AGC would not be able to have the successful events and meetings without our generous partners! As a benefit of our yearly Partner Program, we spotlight some of our member partner companies. Thank you Miller Nash!

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