JOC By the Numbers

  • 99% of Facility Owners Recommendjob order contracting

  • 96% of Projects Completed with Satisfactory Results

  • 87% of Projects Delivered On Time

  • 91%  of Projects Delivered On Budget

  • 24%* Administrative Cost Savings with JOC

– 2015 Job Order Contracting Performance, Industry Study – PBSRG, Arizona State University

*21% for Contractors


The proper design and execution of a JOB ORDER CONTRACT provides major benefits to real property owners, contractors, subcontractors, oversight groups, and the community.   A JOB ORDER CONTRACT can play a central role in enabling more efficient management of the numerous renovation, repair, maintenance, and sustainability projects required for facilities and other forms of physical infrastructure.

With an emphasis on partnering and team work between owners and contractors, JOC provides the methodology and ability to execute a wide variety of indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity, fixed-price, multiple simultaneous orders for renovation, rehabilitation and repair work for facilities and other forms of physical structures.
  1. Shorter Project Delivery Times
  2. Faster Project Starts
  3. Higher Quality
  4. Long Term Relationships
  5. More Efficient Use of Construction Funding
JOC work can begin in weeks versus months or years versus traditional contracting methods such as design-bid-build.  Since the contractor is already under contract and on-call, traditional procurement time is reduced significantly.   Studies have shown that the average procurement time for projects using the traditional system was as much 82% longer.  In addition to rapid deployment and shorter project duration, accurate and transparent expenditure documentation assure fiduciary responsibilities are met.  Work quality is also enhanced since each project and contract is performance driven.
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