Dreger G T
Design-build procurement: a framework for integrated management information systems
Abstract: Interest in Design-Build contract methods far facility acquisition has intensified in recent years
in the US construction Industry. Owners in both public and private sectors continue to seek
effective methods in their building delivery process to control cost, compress time, reduce risk,
and enhance quality. Some have turned to Design-Build as a viable alternative from the
traditional design-bid-build process. Recent research, including a national symposium on Design-
Build sponsored by Georgia Tech, has defined sund positioned the Design-Build contract process
as a viable framework for the development and application oE integrated information technology
support based managemeiit models, including cost and time control systems, which offer
opportunities for the support and development of systems concepts leading to integrated
management of information in the successful building delivery process.
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Permission to reproduce these papers has been graciously provided by the National University of Singapore. The assistance of the editors, particularly Prof. Martin Betts, is gratefully appreciated.