Orlando Meeting, January 2016
TC 9.1 is sponsoring this technical session at the Orlando meeting:
Tuesday, January 26, 3:45 PM-5:15 PM
SEMINAR 57 (INTERMEDIATE): How Does the Criterion Engineer’s Role Affect the Design Build Contractor’s and Design Build Engineer’s Roles during All Phases of a Design Build Project?
Chair: Alonzo Blalock, P.E., Member, Jacobs Engineering Group, Fort Worth, TX
Building owners will often retain a Criterion Engineer (CE) to establish the initial design criteria for a project. The CE will create documents that will be handed off to the Design Build contractor. After this, the role of the CE can vary. The direction of the project can be very dependent on the CE involvement after bridging documents are completed. This seminar discusses the issues that can arise as the owner and Design Build contractor interpret the bridging documents and how open or closed a line of communication is with the CE during all phases of a Design Build project.
1. Criterion Engineer’s Role in a Design Build Project
Phillip Trafton, Member, Donald F Dickerson Associates, Tarzana, CA
2. Who Holds the Risk: the Criterion Engineer, the Design Build Contractor or the Design Build Engineer?
John Kuempel, P.E., Member, DeBra-Kuempel, Cincinnati, OH
3. How Can the Design/Build Engineer Effectively Work with the Criterion Engineer on a Design/Build Project?
Jessica Mangler, P.E., Member, Ross&Barruzini, St. Louis, MO
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