The AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community (PD) promotes the architect’s leadership role in all project delivery methods by assembling and distributing knowledge and best practices for a variety of project delivery methods, e.g. design-build (DB), integrated project deliveries (IPD), and public-private partnerships (P3).
Colleagues,Early this week Dodge Data & Analytics distributed a survey to AIA KC members. (See the description, below.) This survey is targeted to architects, and the intent is to determine whether certain collaborative project delivery approaches align with both project success AND the successful performance of architectural firms.If enough architects respond, the survey should add persuasive data to support the use of team-based collaboration in project delivery. Pleaseclick here to begin the survey
Identify why projects excel
This is an interesting time to be a designer-architecture and the design process are widely celebrated, studied and referenced yet there is a great diversity in approaches and results.
Therefore, AIA and Dodge Data and Analytics invite you to participate in research to identify why projects excel and provide empirical evidence to answer some of the following questions:
The survey will only remain open through August 16, so please participate as soon as possible.
In appreciation for your participation, those who complete the study will receive a copy of the top findings and the opportunity to receive a discount (value of up to $279) to a national conference focused on transforming the design and construction industry where results will be shared.
Your responses will be completely confidential and only analyzed in aggregate. In the course of the 12-15 minute survey, you will be asked to identify two specific projects and generally indicate performance on outcomes such as project schedule, budget performance and profitability, as well as answer questions about practices, policies and tactics used to deliver each project.
Note: This survey is not optimized for a mobile device.