Architect Alison Landry appointed as New York City’s inaugural Associate Commissioner of Alternative Delivery

Alison Landry, a former associate at Handel Architects and previous vice president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (EDC), was appointed  last week as Associate Commissioner of Alternative Delivery, a newly created position with the NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) that will help the city further transition away from the lowest-bidder approach when securing contractors for DDC-led capital projects across the five boroughs. That method had been mandated by state law for more than a century up before it was finally lifted, enabling the city to explore faster and more efficient project delivery approaches.

In December 2019, the State legislature

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