Project Delivery Performance Evaluation and Decision Support Tool for Water and Wastewater Capital Projects - 4685
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2019 $204,959.00 Jonathan Cuppett Samuel Ariaratnam Arizona State University

Capital improvement projects are a significant expenditure in water and wastewater utility budgeting and planning efforts. As the water and wastewater industries evolve, changes in technology and the increase in project complexity are demanding specialized design and construction services lending these projects to various project delivery methods.

This project consists of two primary objectives: 1) Develop a qualitative and quantitative performance evaluation of design-bid-build (DBB), design-build (DB), and construction manager at risk (CMAR) project delivery methods for the water and wastewater industry, and 2) Create a web-based decision support tool based on the evaluation and analysis from Objective 1.

The Literature Review was published in October 2017, and is posted below under Project Papers.


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