Designbuild Education

Author: Chad Kraus
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317353110
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Designbuild Education adopts the intellectual framework of American Pragmatism, which is a theory of action, to investigate architects’ compelling urge to build and how that manifests in collegiate designbuild programs. Organized into four themes—people, poetics, process, and practice—the book brings together new essays by some of today’s most well-known designbuild educators, including Andrew Freear from Rural Studio and Dan Rockhill from Studio 804, to shed light on the theoretical dimensions of their practice and work. Illustrated with over 100 black and white images.

The Architect S Guide To Design Build Services

Author: The American Institute of Architects
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471472832
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The definitive resource for designer-led projects The Architect's Guide to Design-Build Servicesoffers authoritative knowledge and industry insight to architectsconsidering entry into the burgeoning practice of design-buildproject delivery. Written by architects and other professionalswith expertise in risk management, law, ethics, finance, andcontracts, this instructive guide addresses the roles architectscan assume during a design-build project, including leading theproject, acting as subcontractor, and forming a joint venture witha contractor. Developed by the AIA Design-Build Professional Interest Area,this book offers the real-world expertise of thirty industryleaders from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, who share theirexperience and know-how on such topics as: Starting out in design-build Risks and rewards of design-build delivery Succeeding in a design-build practice Design-build education Essential practice information Ethics and licensing laws State laws regulating both architects and contractors aresummarized to help busy firms bring design-build projects throughto successful completion in a variety of jurisdictions. The Architect's Guide to Design-Build Services isthe most complete, definitive resource for architects, contractors,and attorneys involved in designer-led projects.

Resources In Education

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Design Build

Author: Barbara J. Jackson
Editor: Design-Build Library
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"This practical, mult-disciplinary guide brings you all of the fundamentals that constructors, architects, and engineers must understand in order to mitigate risks, optimise results, and be successful in the design-build arena" ---Cover.

Design Build With Jersey Devil

Author: Charlie Hailey
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1616895187
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Steve Badanes, Jim Adamson, and John Ringel believe an architect's job does not stop at designing a building, but that it extends to constructing it as well. Now working into their fifth decade, Jersey Devil, the loose-knit group they founded in 1972, bands together under this design/build ethos that an architect's place is just as much on the job site as it is at the drawing board. The trio pioneered design/build practice and their influence has spawned more than one hundred design/build programs. Jersey Devil's process and expertise are unpacked in this Architecture Brief, providing students and teachers with a toolkit for design/build education. Through stories, didactic commentary, and sample exercises, the Design/Build complements nuts-and-bolts content with Jersey Devil's philosophy and perspective, allowing the book to impart practical instruction while acting as a valuable guide for navigating the elusive challenges of design/build. Themes touch on socially responsible architecture, intuition and intentionality, detailing and fostering craftsmanship, group work and collaboration, off-the-shelf components and nonstandard applications, educational reform, ethos and risk, good life and play, the politics of building, and university-community relations.

Design Build In Public School Construction

Author: California. Legislature. Joint Legislative Audit Committee
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The Design Build Studio

Author: Tolya Stonorov
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 131730795X
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The Design-Build Studio examines sixteen international community driven design-build case studies through process and product, with preceding chapters on community involvement, digital and handcraft methodologies and a graphic Time Map. Together these projects serve as a field guide to the current trends in academic design-build studios, a window into the different processes and methodologies being taught and realized today. Design-build supports the idea that building, making and designing are intrinsic to each other: knowledge of one strengthens and informs the expression of the other. Hands-on learning through the act of building what you design translates theories and ideas into real world experience. The work chronicled in this book reveals how this type of applied knowledge grounds us in the physicality of the world in which we live.

Design Build Explained

Author: David E. L. Janssens
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1349216011
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Looks at examples of the design-build contract in operation to demonstrate its usage and format. The BBC Headquarters is one example where the contract prevented cost escalation, delay and loss and expense by the contractor without any detriment to the architectural freedom of design.

Interior Environment And Related Agencies Appropriations For 2008 Justification Of The Budget Estimates Usgs Mms Bureau Of Indian Affairs

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies
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Current Index To Journals In Education

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Engineering News Record

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Education Code

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School Business Affairs

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The Lists

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Rural Builder

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The Design Build Contracting Methodology For Transportation Projects

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16. Abstract Two primary contracting methods are used by most state transportation agencies to design and build infrastructure: design-bid-build and design-build. The objective of this study is to conduct a literature review to identify how ConnDOT's use of design-build contracting methodology may benefit the State of Connecticut. Advantages and disadvantages to design-build and design-bid-build are discussed in this report with respect to transportation projects in Connecticut. The report focuses on the challenges that must be overcome to make design-build viable in Connecticut. The primary conclusion of this study is that ConnDOT should be able to utilize the DB contracting methodology for design and construction of transportation-related projects. It is noted that DB is not entirely new to ConnDOT as the commissioner has the authority to modify or eliminate the bidding process for emergency declaration projects. The General Assembly should adopt legislation permitting use of DB contracting as an option for transportation projects. The legislation should require ConnDOT to periodically report on its experience in utilizing DB contracting to the Transportation Committee and other relevant committees of the Connecticut General Assembly for the purposes of determining the value and benefits of this method of contracting to the state and the public.

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Learning By Building

Author: William J. Carpenter
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471287933
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Learning by Building challenges today’s architects and students to experience the energy and creativity of construction. Based on the example of famous architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, who considered construction an integral part of the design process, "design-build" is standard practice in growing numbers of today’s architecture firms. Architect and professor William J. Carpenter explores ways to integrate construction into architectural education, bridging the gap between theory and practice—between designing and building. Mr. Carpenter traces the history of construction in architectural education, from medieval times, to Jefferson’s Monticello, to the German Bauhaus. He cites twentieth-century artists such as Richard Serra and Donald Judd, whose work is generated by the process of making; like the artist, "the architect should be immersed in the potential of construction." Ten in-depth case studies of schools that have incorporated design-build into their curriculum illustrate how construction studios help future architects learn real-life pragmatics and collaboration. Through text and photographs, Mr. Carpenter recounts the diverse experiences of high-profile schools such as Cranbrook and Yale University, providing models for other schools that wish to include design-build in their curriculums. Mr. Carpenter also gives a helpful outline of the practical details involved in design-build, such as team issues, legal issues, and built applications of the process. Learning by Building is a wake-up call to architects and students alike to immerse themselves in the process of architecture—to rediscover, or witness for the first time, the excitement of building.