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 Welcome Transportation Professionals!

It’s an exciting time to be a design-build professional, especially in the transportation sector!  Voters in 23 states approved 55 different transportation measures on the ballot last year.  This, combined with promises of a new era of American infrastructure investment, has put the need for effective and efficient transportation projects at the heart of a national debate about priorities.
As the only organization that defines, teaches and promotes best practices in design-build project delivery, DBIA is uniquely positioned to help professionals respond to this movement to improve our roads, bridges, and aviation facilities. 
Owners, utilities and practitioners new to design-build can count on DBIA to guide you through the important steps needed to help you learn and then master the design-build delivery method.  From procurement and contracting to execution, DBIA can help you determine when design-build is right for a particular project. Experienced design-build professionals can also take advantage of more advanced education offerings, including best practices and implementation techniques, case studies, and education on design-build variations such as progressive design-build, design-build-operate (DBO) and others.

 See You this March 27-29 in Minneapolis

What to expect at the 2017 Design-Build in Transportation Conference: 
  • Increase Your Network: The Design-Build in Transportation Conference continues to grow each year, bringing over a thousand of professionals and exhibitors who offer a wealth of real-world experience and project diversity to our participants.  The design-build industry is growing and events like this provide a unique opportunity for professionals to meet owners and practitioners working on direct-build projects – large and small, private and public. 
  • Connect with Clients:  More attendees mean more opportunities for business development. Owner attendance at this conferences has increased significantly, with that trend continuing in 2017. 
  • Expand your Knowledge: Over the course of the event, attendees are offered over 20 technical sessions and five general sessions that range in experience level and cover topics such as P3s, progressive design-build, innovation and design-build best practices. 
  • Earn Continuing Education:  Each conference provides attendees an opportunity to earn over 12 CEUs to put toward your DBIA Certification or renewal. Credential-holders need 24 credit hours to successfully renew every two years. Why not complete half of your requirements at our transportation and water/waste water conferences?

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