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Gov. Cuomo provides design-build expansion — but not in NYC Streamlined bidding could benefit NY projects seeking federal dollars

Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio and the Brooklyn- Queens Expressway (Credit: Getty Images)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo s budget proposal could give New York a leg up when competing for federal infrastructure dollars, thanks to a proposal to streamline the bidding process for big projects. So long as the project isn t in New York City, that is.

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Design-build — which requires builders and designers to bid together on jobs — can save time, limit future disagreements and hold bidders accountable for cost and time overruns. The concept differs from traditional processes, in which big projects are bid to designers first, followed by construction firms.

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