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Thank you for visiting North America’s leading educational resource for best practices in water design-build delivery. Visit the WDBC project map where you can search our members’ water or wastewater design-build projects within North America. As a not-for-profit organization, WDBC is dedicated to fulfilling its mission through research and education initiatives and by fostering collaborative relationships with all stakeholders to achieve successful projects.

To obtain either a PDF or print copy of the 4th Edition of the Water and Wastewater Design-Build Handbook, please go to the Knowledge Center and complete the form at the bottom of the page. Purchases are processed through PayPal. Please contact the WDBC office if any problems occur.

Handbook

Access to the 4th Edition of the Water and Wastewater Design-Build Handbook is available through the WDBC Knowledge Center

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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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Testimonial

“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