W.M. Jordan Company

W.M. Jordan Congratulates Brandon Knight on Attaining DBIA Certification

March 13, 2013


Brandon successfully completed the requirements for the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA). Requirements include completion of many hours of coursework, working on design-build projects and a formal examination that addresses all aspects of design-build project delivery.

DBIA certification demonstrates commitment to design-build done right. These design and construction professionals have mastered the best practices associated with the entire design-build process—from project procurement through post-award. Both A/E/C firms and public agencies train personnel from a variety of disciplines and departments in the best-practices developed by DBIA.

Three years substantial design-build work experience is an additional prerequisite for Designated Design-Build Professional™ certification. Maintaining the credential requires a minimum of 24 hours of continuing education credit every two years.

Founded in 1993, the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) is the only organization that defines, teaches and promotes best practices in design-build project. Design-build is an integrated approach that delivers design and construction under one contract with a single point of responsibility. Owners select design-build to achieve best value while meeting schedule, coast and quality goals.

W. M. Jordan Company has successfully completed many design-build projects to include the P471 Seal Team Facility, Ft. Lee Air Force Navy Dormitory, Ft. Lee Central Campus, SOF Facility, Naval Weapons Station Cottages and Youth Center, HRSD Operations Center, Williams Farm Recreation Center and most recently awarded, the Quantico Elementary School.

Thank you, Brandon, for your hard work and dedication with this achievement!

For further information on the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), check out their site here.