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Tier 2--Weighted-Matrix Delivery Decision Approach 83 Conclusion The Tier 2--Weighted-Matrix Delivery Decision Approach extends the Tier 1 approach through an examination of how project delivery methods align with project goals and pertinent issues as they are consolidated into selection factors. The weighted ranking of project selection factors requires decision-makers to define their priorities and more closely examine the attri- butes of each delivery method that passed through the Tier 1 filter. At the end of Step 4, there should be a single, clear, and logical choice for a project delivery method, and this choice can be documented in the Project Delivery Decision Report.