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60 Anderson, S., K. R. Molenaar, and C. Schexnayder. NCHRP Report 574: Guidance for Cost Estimation and Management for Highway Projects During Planning, Programming, and Preconstruction. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2007. Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). Project Delivery Systems for Construction. Associated General Contractors of America, Washington, D.C., 2004. Benton, R. “Design-Build from the Contractor’s Perspective.” Presentation. Centennial Leadership Conference, Vienna, VA, January 28, 2010. California DOT. Alternative Procurement Guide. Sacramento, CA, April 2008. Carpenter, J. “Annual Report on Alternate Technical Concept Programmatic Waiver, SEP-14 Progress Report.” Washington State DOT, Olympia, WA, January 31, 2012. Coblentz, M. A. “Alternative Technical Concepts Used on the ICC Project.” Presented at 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 22–26, 2012, Washington, D.C. FHWA. Alternative Contracting Methods: Alternative Technical Concepts, fact sheet, n.d. https://www.fhwa. dot.gov/innovation/everydaycounts/edc-2/pdfs/edc_atc.pdf Forgues, D., and L. Koskela. “Can Procurement Affect Design Performance?” Journal of Construction Procure- ment, Vol. 14(2), 2008, pp. 130–142. Gransberg, D. D., M. C. Loulakis, and G. M. Gad. NCHRP Synthesis 455: Alternative Technical Concepts for Contract Delivery Methods. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2014. Gransberg, D. D., M. Loulakis, A. Touran, G. Gad, K. McLain, S. Sweitzer, D. Pittenger, I. C. Nova, R. T. Pereira, and M. Pinto-Nunez. NCHRP Research Report 884: Guidelines for Managing Geotechnical Risks in Design– Build Projects. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., 2018. Hitt, R. “Alternative Technical Concepts and Design-Bid-Build.” Presentation. FHWA Every Day Counts Summit, Kansas City, MO, October 2012. Horn, G. “New Mississippi Bridge Project ATC Analysis.” SEP-14 Report. March 25, 2010. Lee, E.-B., C. Kim, N. Ghafari, and G. Brink. “Value Analysis Using Performance Attributes Matrix for Highway Rehabilitation Projects: California Interstate 80 Sacramento Case.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2228, 2011, pp. 34–43. Massachusetts DOT. Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Phase II Request for Proposals. Boston, MA, 2012, p. 2. Mendez, V. “Every Day Counts: Innovation Initiative.” FHWA, Washington, D.C., 2010, pp.1–2. Missouri DOT. “Guidelines and Procedures for Alternate Technical Concept (ATC) Process.” Report 147.3.1. Jefferson City, MO, 2013. https://epg.modot.org/files/d/dd/147.3.1_guidelines.pdf Missouri DOT. “Hurricane Deck Bridge Replacement Project, ATC Meeting.” February 10, 2011. http:// www.modot.org/central/major_projects/camden.htm. Molenaar, K. R. “Programmatic Cost Risk Analysis for Highway Megaprojects.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 131.3, 2005, pp. 343–353. Shane, J. S., D. Gransberg, and K. C. Strong. SHRP 2 Report S2-R10-RW-1: Project Management Strategies for Complex Projects. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2014. Smith, K. “ATCs: Implications and Nuances from Both the Owner and Proposer Perspectives.” Presentation. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 23, 2012. Texas DOT. Request for Proposals to Develop, Design, Construct, Finance, Operate and Maintain the North Tarrant Express. Austin, TX, May 5, 2008. VanMeter, D. D. “P3s: GDOT’s Perspective of ATC Implementation,” Presentation. FHWA ATC in CMGC and P3 Projects Webinar, 2012. www.fhwa.dot.gov/everydaycounts/edctwo/2012/atc.cfm. [Accessed December 21, 2018]. References

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The past decade has been characterized by the pressing need to rapidly renew the nation’s deteriorating infrastructure, which has driven the increased use of alternative contracting methods for transportation and other infrastructure projects.

The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 937: Guidebook for Implementing Alternative Technical Concepts in All Types of Highway Project Delivery Methods is designed to help guide alternative technical concepts (ATCs) in the state highway project delivery process. The ATC process—used with design-build highway project delivery—solicits design modification ideas offered by respondents during the bidding process. These modifications aim to encourage innovation and improve design requirements while giving the respondent a competitive advantage.

The report is accompanied by an Excel-based ATC Implementation Toolkit and an associated publication, NCHRP Web-Only Document 277: Implementing Alternative Technical Concepts in All Types of Highway Project Delivery Methods.

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