Published in Western Canada Water: Choosing the right project delivery path

August 20, 2019

Case study of the Bonnybrook WWTP Plant D expansion

 

By Ryan Roberts, Stantec and Kari MacDonald, City of Calgary

When initiating the Bonnybrook WWTP Plant D Expansion the team was faced with the question ‘What project delivery approach is best suited to this project?’ In this article we will provide an overview of the Alternative Project Delivery (APD) Methods Analysis employed on the Bonnybrook WWTP Plant D Expansion project and describe the reasons for considering APD approaches and the process for selecting the preferred delivery method(s) for a project.

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