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Quantifying Performance for the Integrated Project Delivery System as Compared to Established Delivery Systems

Quantifying Performance for the Integrated Project Delivery System as Compared to Established Delivery Systems

Because IPD is becoming increasingly popular, various organizations are expressing interest in its benefits to the architecture/engineering/construction (AEC) industry.This study fills that missing gap by evaluating the performance of IPD projects compared to projects delivered using the more traditional design-bid-build, design-build, and construction management at-risk systems, and showing statistically significant improvements for IPD.

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IPD: Performance, Expectations, and Future Use

IPD: Performance, Expectations, and Future Use

Effective project delivery meets or exceeds owner’s expectations for schedule, cost and quality. There is an emerging body of research that shows more collaborative/integrated delivery is more likely to lead to successful outcomes and high-level team performance. Within that context, this survey takes a snapshot of current perceptions of effectiveness on projects using multiparty agreements, the most formal and contractually binding of the integrated delivery methods.

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Understanding Construction Industry Experience and Attitudes Toward Integrated Project Delivery

Understanding Construction Industry Experience and Attitudes Toward Integrated Project Delivery

Because IPD is becoming increasingly popular, various organizations are expressing interest in its benefits to the architecture/engineering/construction (AEC) industry.This study fills that missing gap by evaluating the performance of IPD projects compared to projects delivered using the more traditional design-bid-build, design-build, and construction management at-risk systems, and showing statistically significant improvements for IPD.

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