Integrated Project Delivery (IPD): An Updated Review and Analysis Case Study

Marina L. Viana 1 , Bonaventura H. W. Hadikusumo 2 , Mazlina Z. Mohammad 3  and Zahra Kahvandi 4
  • 1 Asian Institute of Technology, Hanoi
  • 2 Department of Construction
  • 3 Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Construction Business and Project Management(CBPM), Malaysia
  • 4 MSC, Project and Construction Management, Tehran

Abstract

Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is introduced as a new delivery system that fosters high efficiency by delivering accurate information and new technologies in a collaborative team environment. In this sense, the research aimed to review the IPD principles and their main categories, such as contract, process, information & modeling (I&M), team and communication as well as perform a qualitative analysis to illustrate the current research trends. The qualitative analysis performed was made through a series of collected articles from 2001 to 2018 in 08 different scientific database websites. In terms of the results, the contract category illustrated a strong trend, where the studies are focus on collaborations and frameworks to enhance high efficiency in construction. In the I&M category, demonstrated an increasing trend applying the Building Information & Modeling (BIM) subject as well as team category, where showed the importance of a wellstructured team and their impact on the project., The process and communication categories illustrated a weak trend, allowing opportunities in the field. Finally, the current study reviewed and analyzed the IPD and its main categories allowing a solid basis for future research.

If the inline PDF is not rendering correctly, you can download the PDF file here.

  • Aaron Sun, W., Mollaoglu, S., Miller, V. and Manata, B. (2015). Communication Behaviors to Implement Innovations: How Do AEC Teams Communicate in IPD Projects?. Project Management Journal, 46. doi: 10.1002/pmj.21478.

  • Abdirad, H. (2015). Advancing in Building Information Modeling (BIM) Contracting: Trends in the AEC/FM Industry. Proceeding of the Proceedings of the AEI Conference: Birth and Life of the Integrated Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 24-27.

  • Abdirad, H. and Pishdad-Bozorgi, P. (2014). Developing a Framework of Metrics to Assess Collaboration in Integrated Project Delivery. Proceeding of 50th Annual International Conference, 1-9. Taylor & Francis - Associated Schools of Construction.

  • Achieving Excellence in Construction (2003). Procurement Guide 05: The integrated project team: team working and partnering. Office of Government Commerce, London, UK.

  • AGC. (2009). Consensus Documents. The Associated General Contractors of America. Retrieved from https://www.agc.org/on 2019.

  • Ahmad, Z., Thaheem, M. J. and Maqsoom, A. (2018). Building information modeling as a risk transformer: An evolutionary insight into the project uncertainty. Automation in Construction, 92. doi: 10.1016/j.autcon.2018.03.032.

  • Ahn, Y. H., Cho, C. and Lee, N. (2013). Building Information Modeling: Systematic Course Development for Undergraduate Construction Students. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • AIA California Council. (2007). Integrated Project Delivery, a guide. American Institute of Architects. Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/on 2019

  • AIA California Council. (2014). Integrated Project Delivery: An Updated Working Definition. American Institute of Architects (AIA), Sacramento, CA. Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/on 2019.

  • AIA California Council. (2016a). Owner-Contractor Agreement for Integrated Project Delivery. American Institute of Architects (AIA), Sacramento, CA. Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/on 2019.

  • AIA California Council. (2016b). Owner-Architect Agreement for Integrated Project Delivery. American Institute of Architects (AIA), Sacramento, CA. Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/on 2019.

  • AIA California Council. (2016c). General Conditions of the Contract for Integrated Project Delivery. American Institute of Architects. Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/ on 2019.

  • AIA California Council. (2017a). Optimize BIM to Achieve the Promise of Integrated Project Delivery. American Institute of Architects. Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/ on 2019.

  • AIA California Council. (2017b). The Newest of the New AIA’s Integrated Project Delivery Agreements. American Institute of Architects (AIA), Sacramento, CA.. Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/on 2019.

  • AIA California Council. (2017c). Integrated Project Delivery and BIM: Changing the Way the Industry Operates. American Institute of Architects (AIA). Retrieved from http://info.aia.org/on 2019.

  • Alves, T. C. L. and Shah, N. (2018). Analysis of Construction Contracts: Searching for Collaboration. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2018, Construction Project Management. Proceedings. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Ashcraft, H. W. (2008). Building Information Modeling: A Framework for Collaboration. Construction Lawyer28, no.3.

  • Ashcraft, H. W. (2010). Negotiating an IPD agreement. Hanson Bridgett LLP. Retrieved from http://www.hansonbridgett.com on 2019.

  • Ashcraft, H. W. (2011). IPD Teams: Creation, Organization and Management. Hanson Bridgett LLP, San Francisco, CA 94105.

  • Azhar, S. (2011) Building Information Modelling (BIM): Trends, Benefits, Risks and Challenges for the AEC Industry. Leadership and Management in Engineering, 11, 241-252.

  • Azhar, N., Kang, Y. and Ahmad, I. (2014). Factors Influencing Integrated Project Delivery in Publicly Owned Construction Projects: An Information Modelling Perspective. Procedia Engineering, 77. 213–221. doi: 10.1016/j.proeng.2014.07.019.

  • Azhar, N., Kang, Y. and Ahmad, I. (2015). Critical Look into the Relationship between Information and Communication Technology and Integrated Project Delivery in Public Sector Construction. Journal of Management in Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Bach, M. (2014). The Project Coach: The New Role of the Project Manager for the Future Due to the News Tools Like Building Information Modelling, Integrated Project Delivery, Last Planner and Others. In: Llinares- Millán C. et al. (eds). Construction and Building Research, Springer, Dordrecht.

  • Baiden, B.K., Price, A.D.F.and Dainty, A.R.J. (2006). The extent of team integration within construction projects. International Journal of Project Management, Taylor & Francis, 24 (1), 13–23.

  • Ballard, G. Kim, Y. W., Azari, R., and Kyuncho, S. (2011). Starting from scratch: A new project delivery paradigm. Construction Industry Institute Research Summary, 271 (11).

  • Bazjanac, V. (2006). “Virtual building environments (VBE) - Applying information modeling to buildings”. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

  • Becerik-Gerber, B. and Kensak, K. (2010). Building Modeling in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction: Emerging Research Directions and Trends. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 136(3). pp. 139-147.

  • Becerik-Gerber, B., D. Des, and Kent, D. C. (2010). Implementation of Integrated Project Delivery and Building Information Modeling on a Small Commercial Project. International Journal of Project Management, Taylor & Francis. 1-6.

  • Becker, T. C., Shane, J. S. and Jalselskis, E. J. (2012). Comparative Analysis of Lean Construction with Design-Build Using a Framework of Contractual Forms of Agreement. Journal of Architectural Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Burnham, R. E. and Nagata, M. F. (2016). Alternate Project Delivery: Claims in Design-Build, Guaranteed Maximum Price, and Other Delivery Methods. Construction Contract Claims, Changes, and Dispute Resolution, Third Edition. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Bygballe, L. E., Dewulf, G. and Levitt, R. E. (2015). The interplay between formal and informal contracting in integrated project delivery. Engineering Project Organization Journal, Taylor & Francis.

  • Bynum, P, Issa, R. R. A. and Olbina, S. (2013). Building Information Modeling in Support of Sustainable Design and Construction. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Chan, A. P. C., Hu, Y., Ma, L., Shan, M. and Le, Y. (2016). Improving the Outcomes of Public Drainage Projects through NEC3-Based Relational Contracting: Hong Kong Case Study. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Chang, C., Pan, W. and Howard, R. (2017). Impact of Building Information Modeling Implementation on the Acceptance of Integrated Delivery Systems: Structural Equation Modeling Analysis. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Cohen, J. (2010). Integrated project delivery: Case studies. Sacramento, CA. American Institute of Architects California Council, 248-254.

  • Collins, W. and Parrish, K. (2014). The Need for Integrated Project Delivery in the Public Sector. ASCE Publisher, 719-728. doi: 10.1061/9780784413517.074.

  • Dal Gallo, L., O’Leary, S. T., and Louridas, L. J. (2009). Comparison of integrated project delivery agreements. Hanson Bridgett LLP, San Francisco, CA, 1-6.

  • Davies R. and Harty, C. (2013). Measurement and exploration of individual beliefs about the consequences of building information modeling use. Construction Management and Economics. 31(11) 1110-1127.

  • DeBernard. (2008). Beyond Collaboration: The Benefits of Integrated Project Delivery. Retrive from http:// http://info.aia.org/on 2019

  • De Marco, A. and Karzouna, A. (2018). Assessing the Benefits of the Integrated Project Delivery Method: A Survey of Expert Opinions. Science Direct, Procedia Computer Science, 138 (2018) 823–828.

  • Di Marco, M. K., Taylor, J. E., and Alin, P. (2010). Emergence and role of cultural boundary spanners in global engineering project networks. Journal of Management in Engineering, 123–132.

  • Dossick, C. S., Azari, R., Kim, Y. and El-Anwar, O. (2013). IPD in Practice: Sustaining Collaboration in Healthcare Design and Construction. Proceedings of AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering. USA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Dossick, C. S. and Neff, G. (2011). Messy talk and clean technology: communication, problem-solving and collaboration using Building Information Modeling. Engineering Project Organization Journal, 1(2), 83–93.

  • Eastman, C.A., Teicholz, P., Sacks, R., and Liston, K. (2008). BIM handbook: a guide to building information modeling for owners, managers, designers, engineers, and contractors. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

  • Ebrahimi, G. and Dowlatabadi, H. (2018). Perceived Challenges in Implementing Integrated Project Delivery (IPD): Insights from Stakeholders in the U.S. and Canada for a Path Forward. International Journal of Construction Education and Research.

  • El-adaway, I. H. (2013). Promoting the Sustainability of Relational Contracting through Addressing Third Party Insurance Obstacles. Journal of Management in Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • El-adaway, I., Abotaleb, I. and Eteifa, S. (2017). Framework for Multiparty Relational Contracting. Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • El-adaway, I., Abotaleb, I. and Eteifa, S. (2018). A Relational Contractual Framework for Promoting Collaborative Project Environments. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2018. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • El-Moneim, M. M. A., El-Anwar, O. H. and El-Adaway, I. H. (2017). Investigating the Performance of Relational Contracts Using Social Network Analysis. Proceedings of Computing in Civil Engineering 2017: Smart Safety, Sustainability, and Resilience. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • El Asmar, M. and Hanna, A. S. (2012). Comparative Analysis of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Cost and Quality Performance. Proceedings of the CIB W78 2012: 29th International Conference, Beirut, Lebanon, 17-19 October, 152-161.

  • El Asmar, M., Hanna, A. S. and Loh, W. (2013). Quantifying Performance for the Integrated Project Delivery System as Compared to Established Delivery Systems. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • El Asmar, M., Hanna, A. and Loh, Wei-Yin. (2015). Evaluating Integrated Project Delivery Using the Project Quarterback Rating. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 142. 04015046. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0001015.

  • Franz, B. and Leicht, R. M. (2012). Initiating IPD Concepts on Campus Facilities with a “Collaboration Addendum”. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2012, Construction Challenges in a Flat World. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Fischer, M., Ashcraft, H., Reed, D. and Khanzode, A. (2017). Integrating Project Delivery. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey.

  • Gallaher, M. P., O’Connor, A. C., Dettbarn, J. L. and Gilday, L. T. (2004). “Cost analysis of inadequate interoperability in the U.S. capital facilities industry.” National Institute of Standards and Technology. Retrieved from www.bfrl.nist.gov/oae/ on Jun. 11, 2009.

  • Gallstedt, M. (2003). Working Conditions in Projects: Perceptions of Stress and Motivation among Project Team Members and Project Managers. International Journal of Project Management, 21, 449-455.

  • Garcia, A. J., Manata, B., Mollaoglu, S. and Miller, V. (2016). Key Information Sharing Behaviors for Improved Performance in IPD Project Teams. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2016: Old and New Construction Technologies Converge in Historic San Juan. Proceedings. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Garcia, A. J., Mollaoglu-Korkmaz, S. and Miller, V. D. (2014). Progress Loops in Interorganizational Project Teams: An IPD Case. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2014: Construction in a Global Network. Proceedings. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Ghassemi, R. and Becerik-Gerber, B. (2011). Transitioning to Integrated Project Delivery: Potential barriers and lessons learned. Lean Construction Journal, Lean Construction Institute. 32-52.

  • Glick, S. and Guggemos, A. (2009). “IPD and BIM: Benefits and opportunities for regulatory agencies”. Proceedings of 45th Associated Schools of Construction National Conference. Proceedings. Taylor & Francis. Gainesville, FL.

  • Gokhale, S. (2011). Integrated Project Delivery Method for Trenchless Projects. Proceedings of ICPTT 2011: Sustainable Solutions for Water, Sewer, Gas, And Oil Pipelines. USA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Greenhalgh, B. and Squires, G. (2011). Introduction to building procurement. London: Spon.

  • Guan, J. (2018). Exploration on the Methods of Forming an IPD Project Team and the Responsibility of Team Members. Proceedings of ICCREM 2018: Construction Enterprises and Project Management. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Guo, Y., Li, Y. and Zhang, Y. (2017). Research on the Application of an IPD Model Based on BIM in an Urban Village Project. Proceedings of CCREM 2016: BIM Application and Off-Site Construction. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Hall, D. and Scott, W. R. (2016). Early Stages in the Institutionalization of Integrated Project Delivery. Proceedings of Engineering Project Organization Conference 2016 Proceedings, Cle Elum, Washington, USA, 1–19.

  • Hamzeh, F., Rached, F., Hraoui, Y., Karam, A., Malaeb, Z., Asmar, M. and Abbas, Y. (2019). Integrated project delivery as an enabler for collaboration: A Middle East perspective. Built Environment Project and Asset Management. doi: 10.1108/BEPAM-05-2018-0084.

  • Hanks, N. M. (2015). Investigation into the effects of project delivery methods on LEED targets. University of San Francisco USF, Scholarship Repository, Master’s Projects Theses, 1-45.

  • Harrison, A. M., Alarcón, K. R. M. and F, L. (2016). Exploring performance of the integrated project delivery process on complex building projects. International Journal of Project Management, Taylor & Francis. 34, 1089-1101.

  • Harper, C. M. and Molenaar, K. R. (2014). Association between Construction Contracts and Relational Contract Theory. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2014, Construction in a Global Network. Proceedings. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Hassan, M. E. (2013). Assessing the impact of lean/integrated project delivery system on final project success. Mason Archival Repository Service. Retrieved from http://mars.gmu.edu on 2019.

  • Hess, R. L. (2009). B.I.M. Solving the Problems in Designto- Construction Implementation That We Have Created?. Proceedings of the 78th Annual SEAOC Convention, San Diego, USA, 475-486.

  • Ilozor, B. D. and Kelly, D. J. (2011). Building Information Modeling and Integrated Project Deliver in the Commercial Construction Industry: A Conceptual Study. Journal of Engineering, Project and Production Management, 2(1):23-36.

  • Jung, W., Ballard, G., Kim. Y. and Han, S. H. (2012). Understanding of Target Value Design for Integrated Project Delivery with the Context of Game Theory. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2012. Construction Challenges in a Flat World. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Kahvandi, Z., Saghatforoush, E., Alinezhad, M. and Noghli, F. (2017). Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Research Trends. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 99–114.

  • Kahvandi, Z., Saghatforoush, E., Ravasan, A. Z. and Mansouri, T. (2018). An FCM-Based Dynamic Modelling of Integrated Project Delivery Implementation Challenges in Construction Projects. Lean Construction Journal, Vol. 87, pp. 63–87.

  • Kalach, M., Srour, I. and Abdul-Malak, M. (2018). Envisioned Roles of BIM for Design Delivery under Design-Build Projects. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2018: Construction Information Technology. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Kelly, D. J. and Ilozor, B. D. (2013). A Pilot Casual Comperative Study of Project Performance Metrics: Examining Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). The Built and Human Environment, 6, 82-106.

  • Kent, D. and Becerik-Gerber, B. (2010). Understanding Construction Industry Experience and Attitudes Toward Integrated Project Delivery. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 136. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000188.

  • Ke, Y., Gajendran, T. and Davis, P. R. (2015). Relational Contracting in the Construction Industry: Mapping Practice to Theory. Proceedings of AEI 2015: Birth and Life of the Integrated Building. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Khemlani, L. (2009). Sutter Medical Center Castro Valley: Case Study of an IPD Project AEC Bytes. Retrieved from http://www.aecbytes.com/ on Nov 18, 2009.

  • Lahdenperä, P. (2012). Making sense of the multi-party contractual arrangements of project partnering, project alliancing and integrated project delivery. Construction Management and Economics, Taylor & Francis.

  • Lancaster, F. D. and Tobin, J. (2010). Integrated Project Delivery: Next-Generation BIM for Structural Engineering. Structures Congress 2010. Proceedings. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Laurent, J. and Leicht, R. M. (2019). Practices for Designing Cross-Functional Teams for Integrated Project Delivery. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Lee, H. W., Tommelein, I. and Ballard, G. (2013). Energy- Related Risk Management in Integrated Project Delivery. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 139. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000753.

  • Leicht, R. and Harty, C. (2017). Influence of multiparty IPD contracts on construction innovation. Proceedings of ARCOM Conference, Cambridge, UK.

  • Lesniewski, L. and Berkebile, B. (2012). Sustainable Design and Construction, Integrated Delivery Processes and Building Information Modeling. In: Meyers R.A. Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. Springer, New York, NY.

  • Lesniewski, L. and Berkebile, B. (2018). Sustainable Design and Construction, Integrated Delivery Processes and Building Information Modeling. In: Meyers R. Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. Springer, New York, NY.

  • Lichtig, William A. (2006). The Integrated Agreement for Lean Project Delivery. Construction Lawyer, 26, no.3.

  • Ma, C., Li, X. and Meng, Y. (2014). Study on the Application of BIM Technology in Construction Projects under IPD Mode. Proceedings of ICCREM 2014: Smart Construction and Management in the Context of New Technology. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Manata, B., Miller, V., Mollaoglu, S. and Garcia, A. J. (2018). Measuring Key Communication Behaviors in Integrated Project Delivery Teams. Journal of Management in Engineering. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Matthews, O. and Howell, G.A. (2005). Integrated Project Delivery an Example of Relational Contracting. Lean Construction Journal, Lean Construction Institute. Vol. 2 April.

  • Matsuzaki, K., F.R.A.I.C. (2007). Integrated project delivery via BIM. Construction Record, 80(176), 3. Retrieved from: https://search.proquest.com/ on 2019

  • Maskil-Leitan, R. and Reychav, I. (2018). A sustainable sociocultural combination of building information modeling with integrated project delivery in a social network perspective. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. Springer. 20: 1017.

  • McCurley, T. and Powell, S. (2015). Power of IPD: Is integrated project delivery truly a transformative delivery model? Report Information from ProQuest, 1-4.

  • Meiners, E. B. and Miller, V. D. (2004). Communcative and contextual dimensions of superior/subordinate negotiation episodes. Western Journal of Communication, 68(3), 302-321.

  • Mesa, H., Molenaar, K. and Alarcon, L. (2016). Exploring performance of the integrated project delivery process on complex building projects. International Journal of Project Management, 34. 1089-1101. doi: 10.1016/j.ijproman.2016.05.007.

  • Miller, J. B., Garvin, M. J., Ibbs, C. W. and Mahoney, S. E. (2000). “Toward a new paradigm: Simultaneous use of multiple project delivery methods.” J. Manage. Eng., 163, 58–67

  • Molavi, J. and Shapoorian, B. (2012). Implementing an Interactive Program of BIM Applications for Graduating Students. ICSDEC 2012: Developing the Frontier of Sustainable Design, Engineering, and Construction. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Mulholland, S. and Clevenger, C. (2018). Contracting Methods for Integrated Project Delivery: A Healthcare Case Study. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2018: Infrastructure and Facility Management. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Mollaoglu-Korkmaz, S., Miller, V. D. and Sun, W. (2014). Assessing key dimensions to effective innovation implementation in inter-organizational project teams: An Integrated Project Delivery case. Engineering Project Organization Journal. Taylor & Francis.

  • Mollaoglu-Korkmaz, S., Swarup, L. and Riley, D. (2013). Delivering Sustainable, High-Performance Buildings: Influence of Project Delivery Methods on Integration and Project Outcomes. Journal of Management in Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Morgeson, F. P., DeRue, D. S. and Karam, E. P. (2010). Leadership in teams: A functional approach to understanding structures and processes. Journal of Management, 36, 5–39.

  • Mossman, A., Ballard, G. and Pasquire, C. (2010). Lean Project Delivery-innovation in integrated design and delivery. Construction Research Information Magazine, 1-25

  • Nofera, W., Korkmaz, S. and Miller, V. D. (2011). Innovative features of integrated project delivery shaping project team communication. Proceedings of The Engineering Project Organizations Conference 2011, Denver, CO.

  • Owen, R., Palmer, M., Dickinson, J., Tatum, B., Kazi, A., Amor, R. and Prins, M. (2009). Integrated Design & Delivery Solutions. CIB White Paper on IDDS, CIB, The Netherlands.

  • Paik, J. E., Miller, V., Mollaoglu, S. and Aaron Sun, W. (2017). Interorganizational Projects: Reexamining Innovation Implementation via IPD Cases. Journal of Management in Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Perlberg, B. E. (2009). Contracting for Integrated Project Delivery: Consensus Docs. Proceedings of 48th Annual Meeting of Invited Attorneys, Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc.

  • Perdomo, J. L. and Cavallin, H. (2014). Transforming Building Design through Integrated Project Delivery in Architectural and Engineering Education. ASCE Publisher. 359-368. 10.1061/9780784413517.037.

  • Pishdad-Bozorgi, P. (2017). Case Studies on the Role of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Approach on the Establishment and Promotion of Trust. International Journal of Construction Education and Research, Taylor & Francis.

  • Pishdad-Bozorgi, P. and Beliveau, Y. J. (2016a). Symbiotic Relationships between Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Trust. International Journal of Construction Education and Research, Taylor & Francis.

  • Pishdad-Bozorgi, P. and Beliveau, Y. J. (2016b). A Schema of Trust Building Attributes and Their Corresponding Integrated Project Delivery Traits. International Journal of Construction Education and Research, 12:2, 142-160. Taylor & Francis.

  • Pishdad-Bozorgi, P., Hamzanlui E. M. and Karasulu, Y. (2013). Advancing Target Price and Target Value Design Process in IPD Using BIM and Risk-Sharing Approaches. Proceedings of 49th ASC Annual International Conference, Associated Schools of Construction. Taylor & Francis.

  • Pishdad-Bozorgi, P. and Srivastava, D. (2018). Assessment of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Risk and Reward Sharing Strategies from the Standpoint of Collaboration: A Game Theory Approach. Proceedings of Construction Research Congress 2018. Construction Project Management. Proceedings. American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Poole, M. S. (2011). Communication. S. Zedeck (Ed.). APA handbook of industrial and organizational psychology (Vol. 3, pp. 249–270). Washington, DC: APA.

  • Rached, F., Hraoui, Y., Karam, A. and Hamzeh, Farook. (2014). Implementation of IPD in the Middle East and its Challenges. Proceedings of International Group for Lean Construction Conference, Oslo, Norway. IGLC 22. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3348.6724/1.

  • Raisbeck, P., Millie, R. and Maher, A. (2010). Assessing integrated project delivery: A comparative analysis of IPD and alliance contracting procurement routes. Proceedings of 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management, ARCOM 2010, 1019-1028.

  • Reginato, J. and Said, H. (2018). The Impact of BIM Design-Related Changes on the Performance of VDC Tasks of Electrical Contractors in the United State. Proceedings of the Construction Research Congress 2018: Construction Information Technology, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Roy, D., Malsane, S. and Samanta, P. (2018). Identification of Critical Challenges for Adoption of IPD. Lean Construction Journal (LCJ), Lean Construction Institute. 01.

  • Schumacher, J. and Otani, R. K. (2012). Advanced Computational Modeling in Multidisciplinary Design. Proceedings of 20th Analysis and Computation Specialty Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Scott, L. M., Flood, C. and Towey, B. (2013). Integrated Project Delivery for Construction. Proceedings of 9th Annual International Construction Education Conference (ASC), San Luis Obispo, California.

  • Sive, T. (2009). Integrated Project Delivery: Reality and Promise, A Strategist’s Guide to Understanding and Marketing IPD. Society for Marketing Professional Services Foundation White Paper on IPD, SMPS Publication 21.

  • Solnosky, R., Parfitt, M. K. and Holland, R. J. (2014). IPD and BIM–Focused Capstone Course Based on AEC Industry Needs and Involvement. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Solnosky, R., Parfitt, M. K. and Holland, R. (2015). Delivery methods for a multi-disciplinary architectural engineering capstone design course. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, Taylor & Francis.

  • Uihlein, M. S. (2016). Ove Arup’s total design, integrated project delivery, and the role of the engineer. Architectural Science Review, Taylor & Francis.

  • Sun, W. (2013). Factors influencing effective implementation of integrated project delivery in project team organizations as an innovation in the AEC industry. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/on 2019.

  • Wamelink, J. W. F., Koolwijk, J. S. J. and Doorn, A. J. (2012). Integrated project delivery: The designer as integrator. Proceeding of the International Congress on Construction management research, Montreal, Canada, 26-29.

  • Xie, H. and Liu, H. (2017). Studying Contract Provisions of Shared Responsibilities for Integrated Project Delivery under National and International Standard Forms. Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Yukl, G. (2012). Effective leadership behavior: What we know and what questions need more attention. Academy of Management Perspectives, 66–85.

  • Zhang, L., Cheng, J. and Fan, W. (2016). Party Selection for Integrated Project Delivery Based on Interorganizational Transactive Memory System. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Zhang, L., He, J. and Zhou, S. (2012). Sharing tacit knowledge for integrated project team flexibility: Case study of integrated project delivery. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 139(7), 795-804. ProQuest.

  • Zhang, L., He, J. and Zhou, S. (2013a). Sharing Tacit Knowledge for Integrated Project Team Flexibility: Case Study of Integrated Project Delivery. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Zhang, L., Huang, S. and Peng, Y. (2018). Collaboration in Integrated Project Delivery: The Effects of Trust and Formal Contracts. Engineering Management Journal, Taylor & Francis.

  • Zhang, L., Li, Y. and Wu, Q. J. (2013b). Evaluation on Collaborative Satisfaction for Project Management Team in Integrated Project Delivery Mode. Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India), series A. 94: 109.

  • Zhang, L. and Qian, Q. (2016). Exploring the Factors for Collaborative Relationships in IPD Projects. Proceeding of Construction Research Congress 2016: Old and New Construction Technologies Converge in Historic San Juan. American Society of Civil Engineers.

OPEN ACCESS

Journal + Issues

Search