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73 REFERENCES AASHTO. 2003. Strategic Performance Measures for State Departments of Transportation: A Handbook for CEOs and Executives. NCHRP Project No. 20-24(20). American Associa- tion of State Highway and Transportation Offi cials, Washington, D.C. AASHTO. 2008. A Primer on Performance-Based Highway Program Management: Examples from Select States. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Offi cials, Washington, D.C. Aleutian Constructors v. United States, 24 Cl. Ct. 372 (1991). Allen Steel Co. v. Crossroads Plaza Associates, 1989 Utah LEXIS 124, at *1 (Utah Oct. 6, 1989), op. withdrawn, 1991 Utah LEXIS 30 (Utah Apr. 10, 1991). Anderson, S., and J. Russell. 2001. NCHRP Report 451: Guidelines for Warranty, Multi- Parameter, and Best Value Contracting. TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Armour & Company v. Scott, 360 F. Supp. 319 (W.D. Pa. 1972), aff’d, 480 F.2d 611 (3d Cir. 1973). Bayraktar, M. E., Q. Cui, M. Hastak, and I. Minkarah. 2006. Warranty Bonds from the Perspective of Surety Companies. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 132, No. 4, pp. 333–337. Colorado-Ute Electric Association v. Envirotech Corp. 524 F. Supp. 1152 (D. Colo. 1981). Egan, J. 1998. Rethinking Construction: Report of the Construction Task Force. Depart- ment of Trade and Industry, London. Egan, J. 2001. Accelerating Change: A Report by the Strategic Forum for Construction. Rethinking Construction, London. FHWA. 2004. Performance Specifi cations Strategic Roadmap: A Vision for the Future. FHWA-IF-04-023. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation.

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TRB’s second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) Report S2-R07-RR-2: Strategies for Implementing Performance Specifications: Guide for Executives and Project Managers is designed to provide a broad overview of the benefits and challenges associated with implementing performance specifications. The guide explores various cultural, organizational, and legal considerations that can affect the successful implementation of performance specifications. Project selection criteria and procurement and project delivery options are also addressed.

The SHRP 2 Renewal Project that produced Report S2-R07-RR-2 also produced:

  • Framework for Performance Specifications: Guide for Specification Writers, which presents a flexible framework that specifiers may use to assess whether performance specifying represents a viable option for a particular project or project element. If it is indeed a viable option, the Guide discusses how performance specifications may then be developed and used to achieve project-specific goals and satisfy user needs;
  • Performance Specifications for Rapid Highway Renewal, which describes suggested performance specifications for different application areas and delivery methods that users may tailor to address rapid highway renewal project-specific goals and conditions; and
  • Guide Performance Specifications, which includes model specifications and commentary to address implementation and performance targets (for acceptance) for 13 routine highway items. Agencies may adapt guide specifications to specific standards or project conditions. The commentary addresses gaps, risks, and options.
  • A pilot study, in partnership with the Missouri Department of Transportation, to investigate the effectiveness of selected quality assurance/quality control testing technologies.

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