An empirical comparison of design/build and design/bid/build project delivery methods
Hale, Darren Russell.
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This thesis project compares the performance of a homogeneous sample of United States Navy Bachelor Enlisted Quarters built using the Military Construction process. Projects will be broken into two sub-samples of design/bid/build and design/build projects to see if one project delivery method is superior in regards to time and cost. Project duration, project duration per bed, project time growth, cost growth and cost per bed will be statistically compared. Upon completion of the analysis the hypothesis that design/build projects are superior to design/bid/build projects in regards to time and cost will be tested.
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