Pre-Conference Workshop

Collaborative Delivery 101: Using Design-Build and Other Delivery Methods to Get Projects Done Right (FEE)

Tuesday, April 17
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Compagno, Sheraton

CWEA: 7.2 Contact Hours

Sponsored By: 

$200 (Early Bird and Saver) / $240 (Full Rate after 3-30-18)

Practice Area: Professional Challenge Area: Project Delivery Through Design-Build

Collaborative delivery is becoming increasingly common in the water/wastewater industry; not just an "alternative" method. This hands-on workshop will provide attendees a sound introduction to collaborative delivery including design-build (fixed price, progressive), CMAR, CM/GC, P3, etc. We'll learn all about how to select a method and delivery a project successfully.

Each attendee will receive a copy of the Water and Wastewater Design-Build Handbook, published by the Water Design Build Council.

Workshop Schedule:
Session 8:30 – 10am (1.5 hrs)
Break 10 – 10:15 (coffee/tea provided)
Session 10:15 – 12:15 (2 hrs)
Buffet Lunch 12:15 – 1:00 (plates must be brought back into the workshop room)
Session 1:00 – 3:30pm (2.5 hrs)

Learner Outcomes:

Level: Introduction to; limited knowledge of subject matter / entry level staff

Aren Hansen

Principal Engineer
Brown and Caldwell

Biography:

Aren Hansen is a Principal Engineer at Brown and Caldwell, and has 16 years of experience in wastewater and water related projects. His breadth of experience includes project management, conceptual through detailed design of process upgrades to existing treatment facilities, process mechanical equipment evaluation and selection, process monitoring instrumentation and automation, and delivering projects using conventional (design-bid-build) and collaborative delivery methods (progressive design-build, etc.).

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Leofwin Clark

Vice President
Brown and Caldwell

Biography:

Leofwin Clark, Vice President, Brown and Caldwell; WDBC Eduication Committee Chair
Leofwin Clark is a Planner and Senior Sales Director with 30 years’ experience in the water, transportation, and environmental sectors. For the past twenty years, he has been focused on the evolution of collaborative delivery to solve infrastructure challenges.
Mr. Clark's recent efforts include the development of decision criteria and analysis tools for the full spectrum of project delivery methodologies in support of various owner advisory roles. As a Vice President at Brown and Caldwell, Mr. Clark also develops market strategy and leads integrated project delivery (IPD) pursuits from identification and positioning through the proposal and negotiations processes.
Mr. Clark holds an Urban Studies undergraduate degree from Columbia College in the City of New York and a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.
In addition to many years of membership on the DBIA Water/Wastewater Committee and as a DBIA Conference Co-Chair, Mr. Clark has served in several Officer and Board roles for the Water Design-Build Council, most recently as the 2016 WDBC President and currently as the Education Committee Chair.

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Joe Lawrence

Assistant Vice President / Division Manager
W. M. Lyles Co.

Biography:

Joe Lawrence is the Assistant Vice President and Northern California Division Manager for the W. M. Lyles Co. In 2001, Joe graduated from California State University, Fresno with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Management and since then, he has been engaged almost exclusively in the construction of water and wastewater treatment facilities. During the last 16 years he has overseen the construction of numerous projects, utlizing both traditional design-bid-build and alternative delivery methods, with an aggregate value in excess of $150M. With respect to alternative delivery, his resume includes the design and construction of both the Copper River Wastewater Reclamation Facility in Fresno, CA, and the Wastewater Treatment Plant Secondary and Tertiary Improvements in Davis, CA; and he is currently engaged in the design phase for the Regional Wastewater Control Facility Improvements in Stockton, CA. Joe's areas of expertise include project management, risk management, value engineering, estimating, CPM scheduling, and problem solving, and in his free time, Joe enjoys music, camping, and spending time with his family.

Presentation(s):

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Bill Bryan

Silicon Valley Clean Water

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William Wong

Acting Utilities Director/Engineering Division Manager
City of Modesto

Biography:

William (Will) Wong, P.E.
Acting Utilities Director/Engineering Division Manager
City of Modesto

Will Wong has a BS in Civil Engineering from University of California at Davis and is currently the Acting Director for the City of Modesto’s Utilities Department. He has over 23 years of experience on a broad range of municipal utility public works projects, including preparing and implementing capital improvement programs, engineering design, water resource planning, budgeting, utility master planning, environmental compliance and utility rate setting.

He has worked for the City of Modesto for over 17 years. Over the past 10 years, he has been the Project Manager of the City’s tertiary treatment plant projects and Modesto’s portion of the North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program (NVRRWP), which will deliver 15 million gallons per day of recycled water to the Del Puerto Water District.

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Todd Jordan

Senior Engineer
City of Roseville

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Mark Alpert

Executive Director
Water Design-Build Council

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Aren Hansen

Principal Engineer
Brown and Caldwell

Biography:

Aren Hansen is a Principal Engineer at Brown and Caldwell, and has 16 years of experience in wastewater and water related projects. His breadth of experience includes project management, conceptual through detailed design of process upgrades to existing treatment facilities, process mechanical equipment evaluation and selection, process monitoring instrumentation and automation, and delivering projects using conventional (design-bid-build) and collaborative delivery methods (progressive design-build, etc.).

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