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August 20, 2012
For Immediate Release
John McKeon
CMAA Publishes "An Owner's Guide to Project
Delivery Methods"
CMAA has published An Owner's Guide to Project Delivery Methods, a primer for owners on the
definitions, advantages and drawbacks of the major methods for executing construction projects.
"Finally, there is a guide to help owners decide what project delivery method is right for their needs,
and their project's needs, which also defines the beneficial role that a professional CM can play in the
selection and management of each delivery method," said Bruce D'Agostino, CMAA's President &
CEO. "An Owner's Guide to Project Delivery Methods is a must read for anyone thinking about
building a project."
The guide covers four core delivery methods including Design-Bid-Build, Construction Management at
Risk, Design-Build and Integrated Project Delivery, along with a comparison of the delivery methods
and their benefits and disadvantages.
The Owner's Guide to Project Delivery Methods and its companion document The Owner's Guide to
Construction and Program Management are both available at no cost on CMAA's
CMAA is the leading organization advancing professional construction and program management
worldwide. Its membership is comprised of more than 10,000 public and private organizations, owners
and individual practitioners. CMAA provides professional development, CM certification, advocacy and
business opportunities to its members and the industry. The Association's headquarters is located in
McLean, VA, U.S.A. CMAA's website is:
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