Brown University's Strategic Sourcing program, a strategic partnership that streamlines planning, design, and construction for the university, delivers higher quality project outcomes with long-term financial savings. We'll discuss this highly collaborative partnership model that brings together Brown stakeholders with designers, engineers, and subcontractors to develop optimal project solutions. We'll also cover the spectrum of project delivery models used for recent projects.
Learning Outcome 1: Describe the value that strategies such as strategic sourcing programs, co-location, target value design, and Lean project delivery can deliver to your institution.
Learning Outcome 2: Evaluate integrated project delivery (IPD) and other collaborative approaches as options for your institutions.
Learning Outcome 3: Describe lessons learned from large, complex IPD and design/build projects involving multiple stakeholders under the strategic sourcing program.
Learning Outcome 4: Outline how to structure and implement a strategic sourcing program.
Continuing Education Credits: AIA LU 1.0 Unit (SCUPN20C390) | AICP CM 1.0 Unit
Presented By: Ron Simoneau, Vice President, Shawmut Design and Construction | Joubin Hassanein, Director of IPD & Lean Practice, Shawmut Design and Construction | Michael Guglielmo, Vice President for Facilities Management, Brown University