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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By the Numbers

No.
21
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

130%
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

$200M
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.