Should You Use Integrated Project Delivery on Your Next Construction Project?

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Complex construction projects have many moving parts and numerous stakeholders.  Each project often contains its own unique challenges and obstacles.  Finding the right solution does not often come by trying to utilize a one-size-fits-all approach.  Indeed, complex issues call at times for customized responses.

Discerning the appropriate solution for particular problems involves a variety of decisions.  Chief among many concerns is determining what the priorities are on a given project, and figuring out the best way to achieve those aims for all involved.

A contract solution that seeks to harness the potential of collaboration, and alignment of the priorities of all those involved in complex construction projects, is Integrated Project Delivery (“IPD”).  IPD is a project delivery system that utilizes a team-based approach to construction projects where the risks and rewards of a project are shared by all of the stakeholders and, when done right, maximizes efficiency so projects are completed on time and on budget.

Like other tools, IPD is not