One of the DBIA Florida Region’s goals this year is to increase educational opportunities for owners and practitioners and to serve as better advocates for collaborative delivery methods. We partnered with the ASCE Florida Section and provided training on “The Fundamentals of Collaborative Delivery Methods” at 4 locations across the state last quarter – Tallahassee, Orlando, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale.
The workshops were attended by more than 250 procurement, architecture/engineering, construction, and facility management professionals representing the vertical, transportation, and water/wastewater market segments. I would like to thank all DBIA members that assisted in the presentations, especially John Giachino for championing the Fort Lauderdale workshop. We extend our appreciation to the ASCE Florida Section for including the DBIA Florida Region as part of their team.
Design-Build Institute of America Florida Region,
Design-Build Done Right™Welcome to the Design-Build Institute of America Florida Region’s website! This site was created for both individuals and organizations involved in the design-build method of project delivery within Florida.
Founded in 2001, the DBIA Florida Region is a membership organization committed to promoting and supporting the successful use of the design-build project delivery method regionally as well as nationally. We focus our efforts on increasing the successful use of innovative design-build teams on non-residential building, civil infrastructure and process industry projects. Best practices are disseminated through educational programs, regional/national conferences, publications and legislative efforts.
We encourage you to explore our website to learn more about our organization, membership, education, sponsorship and of course design-build project delivery.
DBIA Florida News
Tekton Building Solutions, the student team from Seminole State College of Florida has advanced to the national finals of the student competition.
The Ion Exchange Resin Plant and East Water Treatment Plant Improvements for the City of Boynton Beach was named Project of the Year for Water/Wastewater and Best Overall Design-Build Project of the Year.