International Project Delivery in a Changing World

Be inspired by the creative experiences of a design/build specialist, an architect focusing on institutional work, and an architect who delivers high-rise and expo projects—and explore the possibilities and potential of working beyond your comfort zone.


As US-based architects continue to work on award-winning projects around the world and explore new markets in far-off places, project delivery is becoming more complex.

This panel discussion will draw from the experiences of world-class international architects from a management side, going in-depth into how these projects are delivered. Included is a look at the use of technology and how sustainability targets are managed.

Learning objectives

  • Explore the difference between project delivery methods used in international projects using a variety of work presented, including modular construction.
  • Learn first-hand from project managers about the complex project teams that are assembled to deliver large international projects, including international design/build teams, international contractors, and local architects.
  • Gain insight into the challenges, risks, and successes involved in delivering large international projects.
  • Discover US architects' far-reaching impact, and gain appreciation about international work that may help you expand your own practice abroad.
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  • RIBA


  • Sara Beardsley

    Sr. Architect | AS+GC

    Sara Beardsley has been a Sr. Architect with AS+GG for the past 10 years and was formerly an...
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    Associate, Payette

    Alison is an associate at Payette, focusing on international healthcare projects in Pakistan, East...
  • Steven W. Miller


    Senior Vice President – Business Development, Shapoorji Pallonji International FZE, United Arab Emirates

    Steven W. Miller, FAIA, RIBA is the Sr. Vice President Business Development for Shapoorji Pallonji...