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Damen, Tom (author)
The risk allocation in DBFM projects is currently a hot topic, whereby multiple contractors have withdrawn from the procurement of these projects. This research provides a practical guidance in the risk allocation process of DBFM projects, consisting of design principles of literature and lessons learned from practice. The design principles that...
master thesis 2019
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De Bruijn, M.A.M. (author)
Since ten years contractors receive another question of public clients (government, local authorities) in the Dutch Civil Engineering sector. This question is in the form of integrated contracts, in which design, construction and/or maintenance are clustered. In projects contracted with the contract form Design (D), Built (B), Finance (F) and...
master thesis 2013
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De Witt, E. (author)
Historically, the Dutch public road authority (Rijkswaterstaat) had the responsibility for initiation, design, built, finance, operation and maintenance of road infrastructure projects. Fairly recently, integral DBFM) contracts have been introduced to road infrastructure. In a DBFM contract, a private party is responsible for Designing, Building...
master thesis 2013
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Roosjen, J.M. (author)
Recently, in the construction industry a shift is taking place from conventional contracts models, in which the client has the responsibility for the (re)design of an asset, to integrated contract models in which the role of the client is much more limited. Further, in integrated models for road infrastructure, projects are contracted for the...
master thesis 2013
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Beekers, A.J.C. (author)
master thesis 2012
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Bosch, P. (author)
Design, Build & Maintain- (DBM), and Design, Build, Finance & Maintain contracts (DBFM) are increasingly applied in the Dutch civil engineering industry. These project delivery methods have in common that the private party is made responsible for the aspects design, build and maintenance. By integrating these three aspects, client organisations...
master thesis 2011
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Van der Post, F.H.L. (author)
This thesis focuses on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) for infrastructural projects, in which PPPs entail Design Build Finance Maintain (and Operate), or DBFM(O) contracts. The main differences of such contracts with more traditional contracts is the establishment of a project-specific Special Purpose Company (SPC), the need for external...
master thesis 2011
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Meulenbeld, T. (author)
This research examines the efforts of the Public Private Comparator (PPC) at the decentralized level in the Netherlands. The PPC is a financial-economic assessment tool that can be used before a tender to determine whether there is a surplus value for a specific project (real estate or infrastructure) in the form of a Public Private Partnership...
master thesis 2010
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van den Bosch, S. (author)
In dit onderzoek is bekeken of een langdurige contractrelatie van een DBFM(O) geschikt is voor het ontwikkelen van scholen en of het antwoord geeft op de problemen van onderwijshuisvesting.
master thesis 2007
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