(DB, EPC, DBOF, DBO, CMAR)

Layne has extensive experience in the design and construction of water supply, water and wastewater treatment, pipeline and renewable energy facilities using many forms of alternate delivery.

In today's challenging construction environment, no one delivery method meets the needs of the owner on every project. Layne has considerable experience with all forms of alternative delivery methods including Design-Build (DB), Construction Management At Risk (CMAR) and their many hybrids.

What are your project constraints and goals?

  • Schedule?
  • Funding?
  • Permitting Time?
  • Preferred Design Consultant?
  • Sole-source responsibility?
  • Early engineer/contractor partnering on design and constructability?
  • Guaranteed maximum price early?

We can work with you to find a hybrid delivery system that may include elements of Design-Build, Construction Management, Guaranteed Maximum with Shared Savings and Self-Performed heavy civil work. Just tell us what you need. Layne is a leader in the water treatment industry and self performs approximately 85 percent of all wastewater treatment plant construction.

Layne can bring turnkey construction services to each project using a variety of delivery methods including design-build approaches to allow single-source responsibility for the entire project from water supply to conveyance to treatment as well as the return side, with wastewater treatment and conveyance, managing the full water cycle within the facility. We can design and construct the complete water production system including wells or intakes, pumping stations and pipelines to deliver the water to your facility. This in-house capability allows us to provide the utmost quality control and quality assurance for every project.

Existing facility rehabilitation and expansion as well as “green field” plant construction are well suited to alternate delivery. We have the ability to assist in accessing capital for project funding. This assistance can include arranging for third-party lender participation, self-funded short-term construction financing and facilitating public-private partnerships. This support would be specific and based on individual circumstances.