Job Order Contracting Performance Study

Arizona State University completed a year-long examination of Job Order Contracting performance by studying the perspectives of 47 project owners and 13 contractors who collectively delivered over $5 billion of construction services using JOC.

Conducted in 2015, this longitudinal study delved into key aspects of Job Order Contracting performance, including:

  • Project flexibility
  • Price and process transparency
  • Ease of use
  • Time savings
  • Cost savings