Hennebery Eddy is active in exploring and advocating Design-Build Done Right™, an initiative from the Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) that can provide great creativity, innovation, and value for both the owner and the project team. Through these principles, the opportunity to bring expertise and experience to bear early — at the most critical moments of project development — helps create a collaborative alliance between designers and builders.
Alternative delivery methods provide an opportunity to develop and rely on a target value design (TVD) strategy that capitalizes on the expertise and creativity of each team member. Whether CM/GC, progressive design-build, public-private partnerships (PPP), or aspirational integrated project delivery (IPD), alternative methods encourage working together as a unified group to meet design, cost, and schedule goals. Depending on project goals and the state of the economy, each method has its advantages and disadvantages. A solid understanding of TVD and other alternative delivery best practices is the cornerstone for project success. Our team is happy to work with you to determine what method best suits your project.
Hennebery Eddy is the recipient of a DBIA National Merit award for our design-build project success, and our portfolio includes dozens of progressive design-build projects in both the public and private sectors. Learn more about our recent and ongoing work with a range of construction partners.
We are working with Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company on a $6M bond-funded fire station in this rural Eastern Oregon community – their fire station to be staffed full time. The 15,000-square-foot facility is designed to accommodate future build-out.
We are partnered with Mortenson Construction on this $48M new satellite campus for career technical education in Ridgefield, Washington, supporting programs such as robotics, clean energy, manufacturing, and material science.
Together with Bouten Construction Company, we are helping Washington State University expand academic programs and research with the $15M renovation of a three-story, 114,000-square-foot health sciences building supporting the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
“Hennebery Eddy is client-focused — they focus design efforts on the client’s goals and are very collaborative in a team atmosphere with the owners and the contractors. They are experts at managing the process and are accountable.”
— Rob Fallow, Fortis Construction
Members of our staff were involved in the founding of the DBIA Oregon chapter and remain active in all levels of the organization through leadership and education. Our team members are certified design-build professionals through DBIA committed to best practices.
Our ultimate goal is a great outcome for the owner and entire project team — to make others successful. We embrace the efficiencies inherent in a well-crafted alternative delivery process and build strong relationships based on mutual trust. Find us on the DBIA Industry Match.
We look for partners whose values mirror our own and who deliver a high level of service and technical expertise. Throughout the design process we focus on clear, direct communication and collaboration with our local, regional, and national construction partners.
Two of Hennebery Eddy’s alternative delivery leaders have new leadership positions with DBIA and discuss some Frequently Asked Questions.
The new, highly sustainable, 26.5-acre City of Bend Public Works Campus is being delivered via progressive design-build.
This progressive design-build project for South Puget Sound Community College and Washington State DES also recently received an award.
Progressive design-build and other alternative delivery methods – where everyone gets to pick their own team – can be an excellent choice to collaboratively achieve your project goals. Wondering if alternative delivery is right for your project, or looking for a design-build partner? Let’s chat.