Guam – The design-build team of Jacobs and Hensel Phelps Construction Co. completed the handover of Naval Base Guam’s first LEED — Leadership in Energy and Environment Design — Gold building. The team encountered a number of challenges, including “a few pieces of ordnance that were discovered, a couple crane challenges that we handled early on, even the discovery of a few armed WWII Japanese remains that we unearthed during
Last Friday, May 6th, 2011, the LAUSD South Region Middle School #3 and Suffolk Team celebrated their World Class Teamwork & Results with a barbecue hosted by Ventura Consulting Group. VCG hosts barbecues for teams that achieve World Class Teamwork based on self evaluations after their 2nd partnering review workshop. Congratulations to the team and keep up the World Class effort! LAUSD SRMS #3 – World Class BBQ from VENTURA
On May 4th & 5th Jim Eisenhart of VCG facilitated the partnering workshop for the SR-99 Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement in Seattle Washington. The Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Program includes projects led by WSDOT, King County, City of Seattle, and the Port of Seattle. WSDOT is responsible for replacing the double-deck viaduct, which is part of State Route 99. Seattle is managing the Elliott Bay seawall project.
On April 27, the department joined construction industry professionals for the 2011 Caltrans “Excellence in Partnering” awards, which recognizes contractors who put into action what they learned from the Partnering Program to deliver successful highway projects throughout the state. Griffith Co. was recently awarded a Silver Caltrans Partnering Award for the Interstate 10 High Occupancy Vehicle project in Los Angeles County. This $16.2 million project replaced pavement with rapid strength
Paul Crotty with Ventura Consulting Group was contracted to facilitate an alignment and partnering workshop with the senior leadership and project teams of the Inner Harbor Navigation Channel Surge Barrier project along with the Seabrook Gate project. Use of alternative contracting methods like Early Contractor Involvement enhance the opportunities for collaboration, cost savings and improved designs and expedited schedules. While ECI provides a contractual structure for better results, it still