COLLABORATIVE DELIVERY IS THE FASTEST-GROWING FORM OF PROJECT DELIVerY IN THE WATER INDUSTRY.
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Have you ever been in a situation where you had to work with someone you did not trust? It’s not a pleasant experience, is it? Trust is the foundation of any successful relationship, and it’s no different when it comes to PDB projects.
Five Minutes with Roy Epps on his 41 years in the Water Industry and how Collaborative Delivery has Made it Better for Everyone
Roy, you are retiring at the end of this year after 41 years in the industry. What is the biggest change you have seen over that period?
A Tale of Two Projects: Two nearly identical projects with two different delivery methods demonstrate the benefits of using a collaborative delivery method The Crossland Heavy Contractors team had the rare opportunity to compare the effects of two different delivery...
The University of New Hampshire owns and is responsible for operations of a water treatment plant that serves the entire campus as well as the Town of Durham, NH. The original WTP was constructed in the early 1930s, and even though it continued to meet drinking water requirements, UNH decided to build a new facility due to the age of the equipment and structures. In addition to providing clean water for approximately 29,500 people, the design of the new WTP needed to address several unique needs for UNH.