IJIMT 2017 Vol.8(6): 418-421 ISSN: 2010-0248
doi: 10.18178/ijimt.2017.8.6.764

Delivering Public Private Infrastructure Projects Using Integrated Project Delivery and Trending Technology

Barry Jones and Paul Weber
Abstract— The paper will discuss the common criteria between IPD and P3’s that assist to create an integrating partnership for maximizing design and construction value when developing a healthy built environment. BIM and IPD form essential tools and strategies in this decision environment. IPD linked to the “Big Room” concept will be discussed. In particular, the system proposed will assist the design process to fully analyze criteria and constraints in a collaborative team environment resulting in more sustainable buildings and structures. Some key criteria of the final solution is to provide a design and construction methods that result in a healthy built environment using materials and building methods that are economic and sustainable.

Index Terms— Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), Computer Integrated Construction (CIC), public private partnerships, collaborative engineering, intelligent agents, BIM, virtual design and construction.

Barry Jones and Paul Weber are with the Construction Management Department, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 USA (e-mail: bkjones@calpoly.edu, pweber@calpoly.edu).

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Cite: Barry Jones and Paul Weber, " Delivering Public Private Infrastructure Projects Using Integrated Project Delivery and Trending Technology," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 8, no. 6, pp. 418-421, 2017.

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