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2011 AIA Integrated Project Delivery Awareness Survey
Matthew T. Welker Assoc. AIA
The AIA Center for Integrated Practice developed a brief survey to gauge AIA members’ understanding and attitudes towards Integrated Project Delivery, a collaborative alternative delivery method. Results suggest that 84% of AIA members are aware of IPD in the marketplace, and 13% have engaged in IPD as a contractual model. Survey data includes positions on sustainability, risk management and BIM technology.
In November 2011, the survey was distributed electronically to two separate sets of AIA member lists containing approximately 5000 names each. The American Institute of Architects developed a brief survey to gauge members’ understanding and attitudes towards Integrated Project Delivery contract methodology. A total of 313 respondents participated in the survey. Respondents run the gamut of AIA membership by experience, age, firm size and project types.
2011 IPD Awareness Survey - PPT Slides
This slide deck contains survey results from the 2011 AIA IPD Awareness Survey. Included in the file are links to resources and robust notes to assist in interpreting the data.
2011 IPD Awareness Survey - Print PDF
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