As one of the largest, most diversified energy and infrastructure contractors in North America, Michels is a true asset to the work of the Water Collaborative Delivery Association. Represented by Boris Veleusic, PE, Senior Manager of Collaborative Delivery, Michels hit the ground running and joined us at our June quarterly meetings and immediately began participating on our committees.
There is still space available for our remaining three sessions of our new Implementation Course Preview. Offered online from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. MT on August 30, Sept. 13, and Sept. 28, this course features all new curriculum for owners about to embark on a CMAR or design-build project. Practitioners welcome as well!
Shook Construction, represented by Eric Rees, PE, DBIA, Director of Water Resources Preconstruction, joined the Water Collaborative Delivery Association as an advisor in June 2022. Over the last decade, Shook has emerged as an industry leader in collaborative delivery projects, having delivered over $1.5 billion in construction management at-risk and design-build work. We welcome their valuable input into our mission!
STRUCTURAL TECHNOLOGIES recently joined the Water Collaborative Delivery Association as an advisor member, represented by Anna Pridmore, PhD, PE, DBIA, Vice President of Strategic Market Development. We look forward to collaborating with them and drawing on their industry leadership in our mission to transform the water industry.
The WCDA is hard at work updating our cornerstone handbook which will be released at the DBIA water/wastewater conference in March 2023. Featuring updated and new material and graphics, the new Water and Wastewater Collaborative Delivery Handbook will be the quintessential guide for owners and practitioners looking to bolster awareness, understanding, and confidence in the collaborative delivery process.