Client Case Studies

The University of Alberta partnered with PBSRG at ASU to implement the Best Value Business Model with the following strategic objectives: Become a measured organization Increase preplanning and risk minimization Procure and contract with high performing vendors...

In 1997, the State of Hawaii, Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS), began implementing the PIPS process. Tired of the complaints they received on the traditional low-bid projects, DAGS was looking to increase the performance of their outsourced projects...

In 2004, the City of Peoria, AZ implemented the PIPS Best Value process to determine if they could increase contractor performance and accountability from what was seen under the low-bid award process. The process was first tested on various types...

In 2005, the University of Minnesota Capital Planning and Project Management (CPPM) partnered with the PBSRG to increase the efficiency of the delivery of construction for the University's Twin Cities Campus. In 2007, after 2 years of testing, UMN-CPPM made the PIPS...

In 2006, Arizona State University utilized the PIPS process on an $800 Million procurement for campus wide food service. This not only was the largest project procured using the PIPS process, but was one of the largest food service contracts in University...

Introduction In 2014, a United States state agency began implementing the Best Value Approach (BVA) in their Waste Quality Department as a replacement to their traditional approach of procuring and managing projects. The Waste Quality Department is responsible for procuring professional...

Introduction In 2017 a Middle Eastern Company began implementing the Best Value Approach (BVA) in the outsourcing of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) program to replace their manual and semi-automated business processes with a single system. The project has completed the...