Here is a time-stamped breakdown of the video to make it easier to find the sections of interest to you:
- [0:06] A. Fasano introduces the video topic as Design Build in New York State.
- [0:22] M. Kriss discusses the topic of Design Build in reference to the budget and the current agencies that are permitted to utilize the Design Bid methodology.
- [1:08] M. Kriss discusses the lawsuit that was filed to protect the engineering community and the public, which has led to more Design Build in New York.
- [1:40] M. Kriss discusses under what circumstances Design Build is authorized in New York. He specifically discusses three-way contracts and what they entail.
- [3:00] A. Fasano clarifies what a three way agreement refers to.
- [3:50] M. Kriss talks about the divergence of views around the three-way contract and the perspectives of different professions.
- [4:05] M. Kriss recommends that when an engineer seeks employment, he or she should make sure that the company he or she is going to work for has a Certificate of Authorization.
- [4:40] M. Kriss briefly discussed some issues regarding Special Inspections in New York City.
- [5:04] A. Fasano reinforces the idea of knowing that your company is certified and has proper documentation.
- [5:18] M. Kriss discusses some fraud issues in the insurance industry.
- [5:46] A. Fasano summarizes the Design Build status in the public and private sectors.
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