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  Share Your Design-Build Expertise As the use of design-build continues to grow, with market analysis projecting design-build to approach nearly 50% by 2025, so does our Federal Design-Build Symposium. With the passage of the historic infrastructure funding legislation and continued post-pandemic recovery efforts, bringing together key players from Federal agencies and the design and … Continued

Join Us at The Nation’s Only Sector Specific Design-Build Conferences

Seattle, Here We Come! Registration is now open for our Spring 2023 Conferences in Seattle! The 2023 Design-Build for Transportation/Aviation (Mar. 13–15) and Water/Wastewater (Mar. 15–17) Conferences will be held at the Seattle Convention Center. We hope you’ll join us! Each in-person event features four specialized education tracks designed to motivate and inspire with the … Continued

Top Student Design-Build Teams Compete for National Honors

  Seventeen university teams from throughout the nation competed this year in DBIA’s National Design-Build Student Competition. DBIA is happy to introduce our 2022 Regional winners. Students across many AEC disciplines collaborate to deliver a design-build project through each stage of development and make their presentation to the nation’s leading design-builders. This year’s project is … Continued

Design-Build Industry Leaders Inspire and Innovate

Meet DBIA’s 2022 Brunelleschi Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, Distinguished Leadership Award Winners and this year’s class of Designated Design-Build Professional Fellows™ The design-build industry has seen incredible growth and success in recent years, in no small part, because of the outstanding leaders who are blazing new trails as Owners and practitioners. DBIA is proud to … Continued

What to Expect at the Nation’s Biggest Design-Build Event

There are so many reasons design-build teams have made DBIA’s Design-Build Conference & Expo the “go-to” event each year. This year’s event, November 2-4, is looking to set attendance records as the nation’s design-build pros are eager to get together and share in the best of design-build resources and networking. Three days of PACKED programming … Continued

Preparing Federal Teams for the Infrastructure Era

The topics were varied, design-build resources plentiful, and critical connections made at July’s Federal Design-Build Symposium. Industry and Owners in the federal market spent a jam-packed two days talking about using Design-Build Done Right® to deliver historic infrastructure investment and furthering the mission of federal, state and local agencies across the nation. The timing of … Continued

Using Design-Build Innovation to Maximize Infrastructure Investment

July 2022 What are the key opportunities and challenges facing design-build teams as IIJA implementation begins? What can Owners and industry do to maximize this historic opportunity? In this episode of DBIA’s Design-Build Delivers podcast, we talk to two experienced pros in the federal market about the implementation of historic federal infrastructure investment and its … Continued

Design-Build Strategies and Solutions for Delivering Federal Infrastructure $

  This historic infrastructure era provides not only incredible opportunities for America’s design-build teams but also challenges. Whether navigating workforce shortages or kinks in the supply chain, industry and Owners are using design-build innovation to help mitigate today’s pressures on project costs and schedules. The timing couldn’t be better for this year’s Federal Design-Build Symposium. … Continued

2022 Design-Build Sector Conferences – The ONLY Events Targeted to WWW and Transpo/Aviation Markets

It’s hard to believe but DBIA hasn’t hosted in-person Design-Build for Water/Wastewater and Transportation/Aviation Conferences since 2019! We’re glad to be back with our 2022 hybrid event and hope you’re planning on joining us in Orlando or virtually April 4-8th. The timing for these conferences couldn’t be better as Owners and industry prepare for the … Continued