At Cogence Alliance, our goal is to transform the design and construction industry. We represent the breadth of industry stakeholders: owners, architects, engineers, construction trades, and other affiliates. We’re united by a drive to improve project delivery and outcomes. We believe team-based project delivery methods create opportunities for all of us to succeed.
We're Glad You're Here
Every member of a project team brings unique value. But too often, that value is overlooked or ignored. Failure to collaborate has real consequences: blown schedules, inflated budgets, conflict, even litigation.
Through teaming methods and intentional collaboration, individuals can share their insights with confidence, knowing their voice will be heard. The entire project team can leverage the value that each member brings.
In the end, we can deliver a better project – and have more fun in the process.
- Cogence Team to Speak at HCD Conference on 10/24
Are you attending the Healthcare Design Conference this month in Cleveland? Come join us discuss the topic of "Managing Risk and Improving Health Outcomes in Cleveland" on Sunday 10/24 at 2:30PM. Please join Pen Wolf, Cleveland Clinic and Walter Jones, Metrohealth System in this interactive roundtable to discuss how team-based project delivery will be the necessary method to navigate teh risks and challenges of healthcare design.
- Cogence Alliance Staff Expansion
Cleveland, OH: Cogence Alliance is pleased to announce the expansion of our staff to better serve our Partners and the architecture, engineering and construction management community. Tuwhanna Williams is the new National Administrator and Lisa Pim Peterson is Cogence Marketing Liaison.
- For Whom do we Design and Build? Virtual Program
Sep 16, 2021 - Virtual Program dives into owner preferences, occupant well-being, and ecological demands may l, ead to greater opportunities for programs such as WELL, LEED, and the Living Building Challenge. Project delivery tactics and strategies are materially influenced by such programs, which are designed to promote occupant health, improve employee retention, reduce life cycle costs, and benefit the triple bottom line.