The Competitive Alliance Contracting Model with Partnerships BC

October 21, 2020

The Competitive Alliance Contracting Model provides a commercial and legal framework between owners and one or more private sector parties as service providers (or non-owner participants) to deliver one or more infrastructure projects. The alliance participants work as an integrated, collaborative team to deliver a project under an Alliance Agreement.

Did you know that the Competitive Alliance Contracting Model is new to British Columbia? Partnerships BC has been investing time and effort to better understand this contracting model and determine a suitable pilot project in BC.

Our guest speaker Mark Liedemann, President and CEO, Partnerships BC explained the key characteristics of project delivery through the Competitive Alliance Contracting Model.

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