Insights: Publications Rebuilding Texas: Design-Build in Public Procurement
The authors explore the design-build delivery method under the Texas public procurement statutes. Design-build is a project delivery method in which the public owner hires one entity to perform both the design and construction of the public works project.
This article is the third in a five-part series. The first provided an overview of public procurement in Texas. The second explained how Texas public procurement statutes regulate the construction manager-agent and the construction manager-at-risk project delivery methods.
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