Collaborative Project Delivery: State Policies and Market Trends for Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

8 Mar 2024
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Public sector project owners, engineering & design firms, and contractors are grappling with project cost overruns, delays, and contractual disputes that are slowing execution and delivery of critical water and wastewater infrastructure. These factors have created a swell of new policies and project experiences that are accelerating the use of collaborative project delivery approaches.

Four primary approaches—design-build, progressive design-build, construction manager at-risk, and, to a lesser extent, public-private partnerships—are expanding the menu of project delivery methods for water and wastewater utilities. This shift across the infrastructure landscape has energized leading engineering and construction companies.

This Insight Report provides an in-depth analysis of the current (as of January 2024) legislation for each delivery method used in the 50 U.S. states; Washington, DC; and Puerto Rico. It also profiles 196 projects with a total investment of US$19.4 billion and the 126 active companies in this emerging space.

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