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Procurement Guides

Designed to assist owners in developing request for qualifications (RFQ) and request for proposals (RFP) procurement documents for water and wastewater projects using design-build and construction management-at-risk delivery methods

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    Looking for something different to do this holiday season? Reach out to 100 of your favorite friends and family members, play a single-round game of READ MORE
    WDB BlogDec 07 , 2018
  • How Progressive Design-Build (PDB) Offered New Solutions to a Global Manufacturer and Saved Millions
    When a global manufacturer of carbon fiber products announced plans to invest $1 billion in building a manufacturing plant on a 400-acre greenfield site in READ MORE
    WDB BlogNov 30 , 2018


“The planning and coordination of construction interface between the new WWTP and our operating production facility has been very effective. The Brown and Caldwell/Haskell team operates in an open and collaborative environment. Design or field construction challenges are addressed in a direct and objective manner with all parties focused on a common goal of successful project delivery and start-up.”

Terry Farris
Director of Supply Chain Engineering
Bush Brothers & Company