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According to the 2019 IPI Award Winning Projects, for each $1 spent on partnering, the project saved $123—If you spend $30K on your partnering, you would save $3,690,000!

and look out for one another. This is another hallmark of Collaborative Partnering as the evidence below shows. There is more to learn and more to study, but it does seem that Collaborative Partnering provides a great ROI!

Fewer claims and improved safety are also benchmarks of Collaborative Partnering. The evidence below shows that partnered projects have fewer claims than non-partnered projects and when there is a claim, the amount of the claim is significantly lower. It used to be unheard of that Mega Projects could come in with zero claims, yet the evidence below shows that this is being achieved on projects where Collaborative Partnering has been implemented. Safety is improved when people communicate well, work together

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STUDIES/PROGRAM DATA used in this Article 1. CII: Partnering – Its Benefits, Implementation and Measurement, CII RR102-11, 1996 (CII Benchmarking/Partnering) 2. Gransberg, D. et al., Quantitative Analysis of Partnered Project Performance, JCEPM, 1999 (TxDOT Partnering Study) 3. Anderson, L. and Polkinghorn, B. Efficacy of Partnering on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project, ASCE, 2011 (Woodrow Wilson Partnering Study) 4. SFO Results ($800M built – Total Program $5B), 2014 (SFO: Terminal Program) 5. Caltrans Excellence in Partnering Award Winners stats (2012 – 2014) and Caltrans Partnering Program construc/partnering/ (Caltrans Partnered Projects) 6. International Partnering Institute: Partnered Projects of the Year, 2013-2014 7. Utah Transit Authority: 2015 Frontlines Program Results (UTA Frontlines 2015) 8. Maryland State Highway Administration: Partnering Program, 2000-2010 9. Grajeck, k. et. al., Partnered Project Performance in Texas DOT, Journal on Infrastructure Systems: 2000 (Grajek TxDOT study) 10. Ohio DOT Partnering Program Status Report, 2010 (Ohio DOT)