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E – 1193 – Ethical Issues in Design Build

Intended Audience: engineers and architects employed by public agencies and private companies as well as those who are self-employed

PDH UNITS: 5

5 STUDENTS ENROLLED

The widespread growth of “design-build” presents ethical issues for engineers and architects. If these issues are not addressed it is likely public reaction to abuses the process invites will result in the loss of design-build as a construction delivery process. The dilemma for the engineer or architect posed by the conflict between the owner’s and general contractor’s interests in the design-build process is discussed, as are the ethical issues that arise when subjective criteria are used to award design-build contracts. This course offers steps that can be taken by individual engineers and engineering societies to resolve these ethical issues while retaining design-build as a construction delivery option.

This course will illuminate ethical issues for engineers and architects arising from the design-build process, and will offer proposals for how the design and construction community can resolve these issues while retaining the positive aspects of the design-build process.

Learning Objectives

At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:

  • Introduction
  • What is Design-Build ?
  • Construction Delivery and Construction Procurement Processes
  • Subjective and Objective Criteria for Construction Procurement
  • Ethical Issues
  • Resolving the Ethical Issues
  • The Road Forward

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