California Women in Design + Construction - IPD and Collaborat...
Oct 3 2013
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Hanson Bridgett Marcus Vlahos & Rudy, LLP
425 Market Street, 26th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
IPD and Collaboration Through Design-Build For Public and Private Projects
Join us for an interactive discussion about incorporating integrated Project delivery principals into design-build on both public and private projects. The program will review considerations in selecting the best delivery method for the project, common elements of Integrated Project Delivery that can be incorporated into the design build process, as well as design-build competitions, team selection, and the validation process. Panelists will discuss actual projects and lessons learned.
Lisa Dal Gallo, Partner, Hanson Bridgett LLP
Lisa Dal Gallo is a Partner at Hanson Bridgett, LLP, specializing in assisting clients in determining the best project delivery method to achieve the teams’ goals, developing creative deal structures that encourage use of collaborative and integrated delivery processes and drafting contracts in business English. She is the founder of California Women in Design + Construction (CWDC), a member of the AIA Center for Integrated Practice and the AIA California Counsel IPD Steering Committee, and a LEED AP. Lisa has a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from CSU Chico and a Juris Doctors degree from Syracuse University College of Law.
John Flath, Principal, Nacht & Lewis
John Flath has 26 years in the architectural profession, with 22 of building a strong portfolio in the programming, design and construction of a wide variety of healthcare facilities. John, a Principal at Nacht & Lewis, leads the efforts of the healthcare market. He has gained significant trust within the healthcare industry because of his technical knowledge and ability to speak the language of medical practitioners in the specialty areas of radiology, radiation therapy, surgery and dialysis. John has been the Architect-of-Record for over 200 Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) projects and many outpatient projects, developing a unique expertise in the realm of diagnostic imaging, complex hospital remodel projects, OSHPD 1 & 3 projects and alternate project delivery methods including CM at Risk and Design/Build. He is an active member of the AIA Central Valley Chapter and Design Build Institute of American (DBIA). In addition, John represents Nacht & Lewis as a member of the Sacramento Metro Chamber. He has a Bachelor of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University, Pomona.
John Hayward, LEED AP, Senior Project Manager, Otto Construction
John began his construction career in 1985 and joined Otto Construction in 1987. With his combined education and field experience on a variety of public works, education, and design/build projects, John is able to successfully manage the preconstruction and construction activities of contracts in excess of $70 million. His background includes maintaining liaison with clients and architect/engineer contacts, representing Otto in project meetings, processing subcontracts and change orders, estimating, scheduling, and completing project closeouts. John’s responsibilities include contract writing and processing, billing, change orders, submittals, and RFIs. In addition, he provides the support to the project superintendent to ensure material deliveries, accurate cost projections and up-to-date construction schedules.
Dave Kirn, Regional Executive, Kitchell CEM
With nearly four decades of experience, Dave Kirn brings an unparalleled blend of expertise in program and construction management. His diversified credentials include knowledge in Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and alternative delivery methods such as Design-Build. Dave is skilled in planning, programming, estimating, bid strategies, consultant selection, design consultant and contractor contract administration/partnering, design/constructibility reviews, contract development and negotiations, construction management, quality control and quality assurance. In addition, he has managed many types of construction projects both public and private such as correctional, K–12 schools, community college facilities, infrastructure, water, wastewater, power generation, petrochemical, industrial and high-tech.