regardles of complexity, coordination of a project is a great feat and most any client would need help to acomplish it. this is a role often and traditionally delegated to the architect, as the client's proxy, but more than ever before is now shifting and being done by a project manager. This is a result of increased complexties of projects, increasing division and specialization of the construction process and last but not least because the builder as the ultimate executor is adding it as a complementary service to an already complex project execution list. sounds logical and implicit then to say that different markets and programs be approced differently and to no surprise make management, a separate component in the traditional design/bid/built project delivery scheme. design/built, integrated/project/delivery, public/private/partnerships are delivery methods prefered more and more and that of no surprise since the number of stakeholders involved in a project is increasing and the rewards and responsabilities are naturally shared among all involved. however, regardless of the delivery method the contractor is taking the most important role in the process.