In association with CURT, the University of Wisconsin–Madison is conducting a study to compare the main construction project delivery systems currently used in the U.S.: Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, Construction Management- Agent, Construction Management at Risk, and the Integrated Project Delivery. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the best and most efficient construction project delivery system to serve current owners’ needs. Your assistance is needed to acquire the proper quantitative and qualitative information for completed or partially completed projects. The study consists of two surveys.
The first survey is the “Executive-Level Survey
” which was completed once by your organization from a person at the executive level.
The second survey (included below) is the “Project-Level Survey
” and should be filled by a project level person in your organization such as a project manager or engineer (i.e. a person who worked on that project and knows all related technical details well). The Project-Level Survey should be filled for as many projects as possible by a particular organization. Please pass this survey along to others in your organization that meet this description and use the following link to fill this survey (password: owners):
The deadline to complete this survey is June 12, 2012.
Your participation in this survey will be greatly appreciated, and your responses are completely confidential. This research will be made available to you upon completion. If you have any questions about these remarks or the research in general, please do not hesitate to email the research team at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or email@example.com
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