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Title: (SR500) NHI Innovations: Alternative Contracting Methods
Event Type: NHI Seminar Series
Date/Time: 10/17/2013 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Approval Status: Confirmed
Alternative Contracting Methods: Deployment from EDC2 Summits until NOW - Where are we? This webinar will provide an "ACM 101" for staff who missed the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Every Day Counts2 Summits, as well as more information about the technical issues/benefits related to these three specific Alternative Contracting Methods - Alternate Technical Concepts (ATC), Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC), Design-Build (D-B). In addition, the FHWA will provide new information gleaned since the Summits, including deployment efforts. This webinar will highlight these three unique Alternative Contracting Methods and demonstrate how they are all successful in accelerating project delivery, encouraging the deployment of innovation, and minimizing unforeseen delays and cost overruns. The ideal ACM Webinar attendee works for the FHWA, State departments of transportation, local public agencies, and/or is a member of associations like AASHTO, AGC, ARTBA, NACE, LTAPs - the Nation's transportation contracting, design, and construction-related professionals, in any of these vast highway project development and construction areas. Moderator: Jeff Lewis - FHWA Resource Center, Sacramento Speakers: Design-Build (D-B) - Jerry Blanding - FHWA Resource Center, Baltimore Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) - John Haynes - FHWA Utah Division Office Alternate Technical Concepts (ATCs) - Craig Actis - FHWA Resource Center, Atlanta
Name: Jennifer Pimentel
Organization: Other, N/A
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Phone Number: 7036098777
Connections: 500

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