A Guidebook for Selecting Airport Capital Project Delivery Methods

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Transportation Research Board, 2009 - Airports - 91 pages
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Describes various project delivery methods for major airport capital projects. The guidebook also evaluates the impacts, advantages, and disadvantages of these various project delivery methods. The project delivery methods discussed include design-bid-build (DBB), construction manager at risk (CMR), and design-build (DB). The guidebook offers a two-tiered project delivery selection framework that may be used by owners of airport projects to evaluate the pros and cons of each delivery method and select the most appropriate method for their project. Tier 1 is an analytical delivery decision approach that is designed to help the user understand the attributes of each project delivery method and whether the delivery method is appropriate for their specific circumstance. Tier 2 uses a weighted-matrix delivery decision approach that allows users to prioritize their objectives and, based on the prioritized objectives, select the delivery method that is best suited for their project. The report will be helpful to airports with determining the most appropriate project delivery methods (e.g., DBB, DB, or CMR) for various types of airport capital projects.
 

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Contents

Summary
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Evolution of Current Alternative Delivery Methods in Airport Projects
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Legality of Delivery Methods in Various States
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AirportLevel Issues
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Other Issues
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Step 1 Create Project Description
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Step 5 Choose the Most Appropriate Project Delivery Method
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Step 2 Weight Selection Factors
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