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FIRST TIME PARTNERING

“Pilot” part

Partnering Best Practices—From Three Award-Winning “Pilot” Projects, Using Partnering for the First Time THE BENEFITS OF PARTNERING HAVE BEEN REPORTED IN COUNTLESS STUDIES SPANNING OVER THIRTY YEARS. THESE BENEFITS RANGE FROM DEVELOPING HIGH-PERFORMING

PLENTY OF EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE

Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) Perimeter Security Technology Project

EXISTS TO SUPPORT THE DECISION

Owner: Mineta San Jose International

TO MAKE PARTNERING “THE WAY

Airport

YOU DO BUSINESS,” PARTNERING

Prime Contractor: Central Sierra Electric

YOUR FIRST PROJECT MAY

Designer: Gensler

STILL SEEM A BIT DAUNTING.

Designer (Engineering): WSP USA

of such a challenging endeavor. She

WE’RE FEATURING THREE 2018

Construction Administration Manager:

had been introduced to IPI through a

IPI PARTNERED PROJECT OF

ASL Program Management Consultants

colleague and encouraged to attend an

THE YEAR AWARD WINNING

Key Subcontractor: Ojo Technology

IPI “Aviation Committee” conference call.

“PILOT” PROJECTS, TO SHARE

Partnering Facilitator: OrgMetrics LLC

Through that introduction to IPI, Judy

TEAMS, TO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN COST REDUCTION AND MONTHS OF SCHEDULE SAVINGS. WHILE

learned what Partnering could do for her

HOW THEY GOT INTRODUCED TO PARTNERING, HIGHLIGHT

Judy Ross, then Deputy Director of

team and her project. She was able to get

SOME OF THE CHALLENGES

Planning and Development at Mineta

the Pilot program approved, and never

THESE TEAMS FACED, AND THE

San Jose International Airport was

looked back.

PARTNERING “BEST PRACTICES”

tasked with leading this high visibility

THEY USED TO OVERCOME THOSE

project and knew that she needed a

The Mineta San Jose International Airport

CHALLENGES.

competitive edge to ensure that the

(SJC) is a medium-hub, urban airport

team was prepared to meet the demands

that serves 12.5 million passengers per year. The Perimeter Security Technology Project was a fast-paced, federally-funded civil project delivered in the winter and spring of 2017, which included perimeter fence upgrades and technology enhancements. The $11.2M scope completed during this phase consisted of the team installing 123 new security cameras and upgrading the software system, significantly

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