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... may include operations and maintenance as well as multiyear warrantees. The approach to developing a project delivery selection system presented herein was to review and analyze relevant literature on project delivery methods and previous work on developing decision support systems for project delivery selection.
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... Regional Transportation District/ Denver, CO Design-Build 2 Weber County Commuter Rail Utah Transit Authority / Salt Lake City to Ogden, UT Construction Manager at Risk 3 University Line Utah Transit Authority/ Salt Lake City, UT Design-Build 4 Medical Center Extension Utah Transit Authority/ Salt Lake City, UT Design-Build 5 Greenbush Commuter Rail Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority/ Boston, MA Design-Build 6 Hudson-Bergen Light Rail New Jersey Transit Hudson, NJ Design-BuildOperate-Maintain 7 Silver Line Project Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority/ Boston, MA Design-Bid-Build Multi-Prime 8 Portland Mall Project TriMet/ Portland, OR Construction Manager at Risk 9 I-205 Light Rail Extension Project TriMet/ Portland, OR Design-Build
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... Chapter 2 describes the characteristics of transit projects, presents the results of the literature search, and provides clear definitions of various project delivery methods. Distinguishing characteristics of each delivery method, its advantages and disadvantages, and legal precedence in project delivery method use are described in Chapter 2.
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... It is recommended that transit agencies use industry professionals from outside the agency to facilitate the implementation of the methodology contained in this guidebook. These professionals should have a thorough understanding of and experience with the type of project that the agency is evaluating, the various project delivery methods that the agency is considering, the potential risks associated with the type of project the agency is evaluating, and the various project delivery methods being considered.

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