Overview: Effective project delivery meets or exceeds owner’s expectations for schedule, cost and quality. There is an emerging body of research that shows more collaborative/integrated delivery is more likely to lead to successful outcomes and high-level team performance. Within that context, this survey takes a snapshot of current perceptions of effectiveness on projects using multiparty agreements, the most formal and contractually binding of the integrated delivery methods. Conducted by the University of Minnesota and sponsored by Canada’s Integrated Project Delivery Alliance, the goal of this survey was to understand the current state of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). This goal was pursued through use of a broad-based comparative survey.
A summary report capturing perceptions of IPD success and compares responses across owner, architect and contractor groups. The report is limited in scope but broad in the number of respondents. Presented at the National Institute of Building Standards in 2015, the report has been used to benchmark integrated project delivery adoption.
Integrated Project Delivery Alliance
Allison, Markku; Cheng, Renee.
IPD: Performance, Expectations, and Future Use. A Report On Outcomes of a University of Minnesota Survey.
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