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Tier 1--Analytical Delivery Decision Approach 73 Table 4-23. Project delivery method advantage/ disadvantage summary. DBB CMR DB Project-Level Issues Rating 1. Project Size/Complexity 2. Schedule Compression 3. Schedule Growth Control 4. Early Cost Precision 5. Cost Control 6. Risk Management/Allocation 7. Lifecycle Costs 8. Maintainability Airport-Level Issues Rating 9. Airport Experience/Staff Capability 10. Airport Control of Project 11. Security 12. Control of Impact on Passengers and Operations 13. Third-Party Stakeholder Input to Design and Construction Public Policy/Regulatory Issues Rating 14. Competition and Local Talent 15. DBE/Small Business Impacts 16. Legal and Statutory Constraints 17. Sustainability and LEED Certification Other Issues Rating 18. Adversarial Relationships 19. Construction Claims Other Key: Most appropriate delivery method Appropriate delivery method Least appropriate delivery method X Not Applicable (discontinue evaluation of this method) Project Delivery Advantages and Disadvantages Summary ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Review "least appropriate" ratings. Review any "least appropriate" ratings to determine whether any of the issues raised red flags or problems that would make a delivery method sig- nificantly less desirable. Choose the delivery methods to Study in Tier 2. If a dominant method is not apparent, remove any inappropriate methods, document the decision as described in Step 6, and move to Tier 2 for a more detailed analysis. Step 6. Document Results The final step in the Tier 1 approach is to document the results in a Project Delivery Decision Report. Whether one delivery method emerges as the dominant choice or none of the three deliv- ery methods are eliminated from consideration in the process, documentation is a vital step. Documentation will assist in developing procurement and contracting strategies for the ultimate project delivery method. It will also serve to communicate the project delivery choice to inter- ested stakeholders.