FOREFRONT Conference

   
October 24-25, 2013 | Salt Lake City, Utah

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Upcoming Events

Discover events, conferences, continuing education webinars and more from the AIA TAP Event Calendar. Local components are invited to send upcoming events for local TAP committees to tap@aia.org. 

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About AIA Project Delivery

 

Design Build is now Project Delivery
Formerly the Design-Build Knowledge Community we have expanded our focus to also address other project delivery methods. Design-Build remains an important component of our expanded focus, but is no longer our only focus. 

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Publications

Master Builder
The AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community official electronic newsletter. Read the
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Resources

Web Seminar Series
The Design-Build Web seminar series explored basic and advanced topics in the development and management of design-build firms and projects. Topics varied from design-build for the public institutions; integrated project delivery, and to how architectural firms established their design-build services.View a complete listing of webinar recordings. View a complete listing of webinar recordings.  View the PD playlist on Youtube
 

Podcasts

Owner-Driven IPD: Putting Theory into Practice: Phil Bernstein, VP, Industry Strategy and Relations, Autodesk AEC 

Design-Build in the U.S. and the UK AIA Design-Build Summit 2007: Doing Great Design

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AIA PodNet  or subscribe to the series on iTunes.

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PD is an active member of the Center for Integrated Practice. Find more resources related to integrated project delivery, collaboration, and technology at our CIP website.

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Announcements

The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice, 15th Edition Now Available

The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice is an indispensable resource for anyone practicing architecture. The book covers all aspects of architectural practice, including legal, financial, marketing, management, and administrative issues. The new edition has significantly revised content to reflect the changing nature of the business of architecture related to the impact of integrated practice.

The 15th edition features nearly two-thirds new content and covers all aspects of contemporary practice, including updated material on:

• Small firm practice and project delivery methods such as IPD and architect-led design build

• Career development and licensure for emerging professionals and state-mandated continuing education for established architects

• Business management topics such as organizational development, marketing, finance, and human resources

• Research as an integrated aspect of architectural practice, featuring such topics as evidence-based design and research in a small firm context


PD Discussion Forum

  • Kathleen Simpson

    AIA New York State: Call for Proposals Due May ...

    Posted in: Project Delivery

    http://www.aianys.org/2014-conference/call-for-proposals.html Proposals due May 16th. Intermediate and Advanced Courses in these topics are sought: Research Based Design Evidence Based...

  • Michael Crosbie, FAIA

    "CROWDSOURCING" DESIGN

    Posted in: Project Delivery

    Is "crowdsourcing" design a threat to the profession? Or a new chapter? Take a look: http://bit.ly/1kwkNbz What do you think?

Project Delivery Blog

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    Getting Bullish On P3

    As I sat lodged in my club chair across the desk from one of best friends and an up and coming financial advisor - who's...

    1 person recommends this.
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    Traditional Project Delivery Method includes Additional CA Services for Better Results

    Even traditional project delivery methods have room for alternatives. Take mOrphosis, for example. Aleksander Tamm-Seitz,...

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    Project Delivery in the 21st Century

    Why is it that whenever I ask a licensed architect why he or she is doing something a certain way, the answer is usually...

    4 people recommend this.