Posts Tagged ‘Bridging 101’

My View On The Owner’s Posture For Purchasing Construction

In using Bridging or any other project delivery method I have always contended that program managers and architects should focus first on the Owner’s posture for purchasing construction.  In my view, virtually all construction Owners fall into one of two different categories: Owners who may prudently rely upon relationships in the procurement of construction. Owners […]

Notes Regarding My New Book on Bridging

Back in 1974, I wrote my first book “Time, Cost & Architecture” (McGraw-Hill 1975) in which I described a way to achieve more effective time/cost control through better design and construction management methods. Several days ago my colleague Ennis Parker sent out a message informing people about the publication of my second book “Bridging: A […]