Value Engineering (VE) is a systematic process using a team from a variety of disciplines to improve the value of a project through the analysis of its functions. The VE process incorporates, to the extent possible, the values of design; construction; maintenance; contractor; state, local and federal approval agencies; other stakeholders; and the public.
Projects with a total estimated cost (construction, right of way, preliminary engineering, utilities, etc.) over $25 million and any bridge project over $20 million must have a VE Study.
- SAVE 2013 Value Summit
June 24-27th, 2013
Washington, D.C. USA
- AASHTO VE Peer Exchange
July 9-12th, 2013
- SR 519/Seattle Tml-Terminal Building and North Trestle Replacement (January 2013)
- I-90 Medical Lake Interchange - Reconstruction (January 2013)
- I-90 Keechelus Dam to Stampede Pass - Add Lanes/Build Wildlife Bridges (March 2013)
- US 395 Ridgeline Intersection
- Mukilteo Multimodal Terminal