Use of Best Value Concepts in Malaysia Interview with Nik Fuaad Ab LlahHost: Ted Garrison
The construction market in Malaysia was negatively impacted by the 2008 recession, but over the next few years it will expand rapidly. Listen to Nik Ab Llah, P.E. and civil engineer that specializes in waste water treatment plants describe the changes the area is experiencing.
Wednesday, 10 August 2011 00:00
How to Increase Profitability by Focusing On the Down Stream Supply Chain Interview with Dr. Sicco SantemaHost: Ted Garrison
One of the largest missed opportunities by contractors is the management of their supply chain. Listen to Professor Santema, co-founder of the consulting firm Scenter, in the Netherlands, describe how contractors can increase profitability by improving both their upstream and downstream supply chain.
Wednesday, 13 July 2011 00:00
Use of Best Value Concepts in the Netherlands Interview with Jeroen de RijtHost: Ted Garrison
Jeroen de Rijt of the Scenter, in the Netherlands, explain how the Best Value Concept is being applied in the Netherlands. Listen van de Rijt on this important message and others on how the European construction market is changing.
Wednesday, 08 June 2011 00:00
Why Best Value Works From the Vendor's Perspective Interview with Denise DiGruccioHost: Ted Garrison
We are at a time and place where people need to do things differently, because no one can afford to keep doing it over and over and not get the desired results, declares Denise DiGruccio, the National Accounts Manager at Neogard. She goes on to explain people think putting together detailed specs to get low-bids is the right thing to do, but they have it backwards. People are measuring the wrong thing. Listen to DiGruccio explain what’s needed to get the desired results.
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 00:00
Why Best Value Improves Projects from the Client’s Perspective Interview with Michael PerkinsHost: Ted Garrison
Mike Perkins, Associate Vice President for Capital Planning & Project Management at the University of Minnesota says, “We are looking for vendors in our process that basically have the best vision and the best ability to preplan.” Learn how the University of Minnesota is using best value to improve their procurement and project management processes.