Course Information

Name:Collaborative Project Delivery: Methods for Delivery of Texas Infrastructure

New Course:Yes

Collaborative delivery is a structured approach to integrating the input of the project’s builder into the design of projects to improve project certainty around cost, schedule and quality.  Selection, procurement and management of collaborative delivery projects is very different for public sector owners than selection, procurement, and management of traditional/adversarial methods such as hard-bid delivery or competitively sealed proposal delivery.  This training will provide instruction on the risk management skills that must underpin a public sector owner’s decision to use a collaborative delivery method and to implement the method, including best management practices for success in collaborative delivery.


Upon course completion, participants will understand the:

  • Importance of changing the mindset from risk transfer to risk management in use of collaborative delivery methods
  • Best applications for various collaborative delivery methods
  • Legal requirements and restrictions around the use of collaborative delivery in Texas with respect to TAC 2269
  • Requirements of various project funding sources when using collaborative delivery in Texas
  • Best practices for implementation of collaborative delivery methods

No upcoming dates for this course.