Can Procurement Affect Design Performance ?

@inproceedings{Forgues2009CanPA,
  title={Can Procurement Affect Design Performance ?},
  author={Daniel Forgues and Lauri Koskela},
  year={2009}
}
There is an emerging view in the construction industry that better performance or better value for money can be achieved by integrating teamwork for planning, design and construction of building projects. There are though, two opposing perspectives regarding how changes in traditional design practices should occur. Advocates of sustainable construction in North America posit that it is a matter of evolving processes, moving from a sequential to an iterative approach to design, whereas the… CONTINUE READING

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