The One Where Everyone Wins: A Mutually Beneficial Contracting Method
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Marketing Manager, Events
Director of Facilities
City of Lubbock, TX
Lobar Associates, Inc.
Senior Account Manager
Bill Wolpin – Moderator
Associate Publisher & Editorial Director
American City & County
Shrinking budgets and growing to-do lists are all too common in the world of construction. How can you be expected to get essential projects completed when battling budgets and timelines and meeting transparency and inclusion goals? Healthy relationships and partnerships are key driving forces in achieving project success, but are those possible to maintain with a traditional procurement model in construction? They are- with Job Order Contracting.
Job Order Contracting (JOC) is a collaborative procurement process that fosters a mutually beneficial relationship between owners and contractors. Hear from successful contractors about how they’re helping owners meet diversity and inclusion goals and maintaining transparent, auditable processes with JOC. Also hear how owners are saving time and money, making them good stewards of taxpayer dollars.
- Discover how JOC keeps projects on budget through contractor collaboration and greater cost control
- Learn how owners are accomplishing both public and non-public facing requirements, such as inclusion and reporting, with JOC
- Understand how JOC’s one-bid process allows for greater collaboration, increased transparency and improved efficiency.
- Learn how to foster diversity in contracting and subcontracting opportunities for local, small and minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses.