Partnering Assists Completion of Water Reclamation Plant

Bill Spragins

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Partnering Assists Successful Completion of Loudoun County's New $180 Million Water Reclamation Plant, by Bill Spragins © 2009

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The timely completion of the $180 million Broad Run Water Reclamation Facility (BRWRF) is an example of how a fully committed ongoing partnering effort can assist in the development of a consistent teamwork effort across multiple contracts in the delivery of an exceptional construction program. It is also an excellent demonstration of how overall performance objectives can be achieved while still preserving the contractual and proprietary integrity of the contractors involved. According to Rick Thoesen, Deputy General Manager for Loudoun Water, “the collaborative process employing goal-setting, problem solving, and structured partnering can create “win-win” opportunities for all concerned.”

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