Join us for the 11th annual “Selecting Project Delivery Methods & Bidding Public Construction Contracts.” This full-day workshop, specifically designed for Ohio public owners, covers the project delivery methods available for public construction projects and when competitive bidding is required for these projects. The morning session features presentations by Bricker & Eckler attorneys whose practices focus on construction and bidding. In the afternoon, attendees will work through fact patterns together and will interactively explore alternative delivery methods and review bidding issues, while receiving feedback from fellow participants and the presenters.
Tuition includes breakfast, lunch and handout materials. If two or more people are attending from the same organization, contact Lindsey Hohler at email@example.com for a discounted rate. This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 6.50 total CLE hours instruction, and is designed to provide 6.5 hours of Ohio Engineering CPD credit and 6.5 EPA contact hours.
Registration & Breakfast
Welcome & Introductions
Project Delivery Methods Available To Public Owners - Figuring Out What Works Best For Your Project
Bidding Requirements For Public Construction Contracts And Other Procurement Options - An Overview
The Bid Review Process - Evaluating And Documenting The Process, Bidder Protests And Litigation
Design-Build And Construction Manager At Risk Methods: Selecting The Firm That Will Provide The Best Value - Part I
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Work Group Session Preview Fact Pattern
Design-Build And Construction Manager At Risk Methods: Selecting The Firm That Will Provide The Best Value - Part II
Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) FAQ
Bid Alternatives and Sole Source
Work Group Breakout Sessions To Review, Evaluate and Resolve Real And Possible Bidding and Procurement Issues
Work Group Reports, Observations, Q&A
6600 Kilgour Place
Dublin, OH 43017
At Bricker, we strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact Kayla Entsminger at firstname.lastname@example.org