Design-Build for the Public Sector

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Michael C. Loulakis
Aspen Publishers, Jan 1, 2003 - Law - 687 pages
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New public sector design-build statutes and regulations are being enacted on a regular and widespread basis across the country. Aspen's new Design-Build for the Public Sector is the industry's only resource focusing exclusively on design-build issues in the public sector, with reliable guidance from industry experts on projects involving:
Correctional facilities
Transportation projects
Water and wastewater projects
Community Impact projects
Educational facilities
and Quasi-governmental projects, including convention centers and stadiums.
Design-Build for the Public Sector anticipates and answers the widest variety of important questions in this complex area, including:
What are the unique procurement issues associated with design-build in the public sector?
What contracts are being used by public agencies, and what are some of the unique risks associated with each segment of the public market?
What are the unique statutory and regulatory issues associated with each segment of the public design-build market?
What are the major contracting issues associated with each segment of the public design-build market?
What are some creative ways to bond and deal with insurance in this market?
How do financing options (design-build-operate, design-build-operate-maintain, etc.) and privatization opportunities play a role in the market, and what are the issues associated with these options?
What are the roles of the public sector owner's consultants?
From procurement to performance to dispute resolution, Design-Build for the Public Sector illuminates the obstacles and opportunities that arise each step of the way.

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About the author (2003)

Loulakis is a partner with Wickwire Gavin PC, a legal practice devoted to representing parties in the construction industry.

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