Fall/Winter 2015 Issue

The latest news on DPR projects and people.

Featured Story

Building a World-Class Hospital Complex with Care, Compassion and Collaboration

High-performing integrated team “flexes for change” without making sacrifices to cost, schedule, quality for on-time opening day

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In This Edition

Build it Again, DPR: Reuse, Reclaim, and Re-Engineer Facility for QTS

Richmond team repurposes facility for modern tech use, transforming old semiconductor plant into new data center

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Q&A: Looking Back on 25 Years and Forward to the Next 25

Looking Back on 25 Years and Forward to the Next 25

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Every Day is Different

The job of a superintendent: solving problems and controlling chaos with a side of laughter

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Making Safety Personal

Going above and beyond to inspire safe behaviors at the ASU ACLS jobsite in Arizona

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Across DPR

The latest news from around the country: Offices, Jobsites, Awards and Events

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Trust is Key for First IPD Data Center for Digital Realty

With added external challenges, integrated project delivery (IPD) offers solutions, new lessons for team on DLR project

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White Paper Watch: Contributing to the Industry Knowledge Base

Series of white papers for IGLC focus on lean, integrated project delivery (IPD) and beyond

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Field Review: Ramping Up SPW Operational Excellence

Self-perform work (SPW) capabilities shine across FL, leading to 130-percent increase in SPW work hours

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Explore a Few Previous Editions

By the Numbers

According to Engineering News-Record (ENR), DPR ranks at No. 21 in the nation on the Top 400 Contractors list for 2015. DPR also ranked: 3 in pharmaceuticals, 6 in data centers, 7 in commercial office, 8 in both healthcare and telecommunications and 9 in aerospace.

By the Numbers

In the last year, DPR’s self-perform work hours in Florida have increased by 130 percent. See Field Review to learn more.

By the Numbers

By using collaborative behavior, effective processes and efficient tools, the integrated team saved $200 million while improving quality and schedule on the $1.5 billion UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay. See UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay story to learn more.