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This webinar examines the causes and effects of adversarial conflicts built into traditional construction contracts. It details specific ways for all parties to achieve benefits of early, actual-team collaboration via an 'IPD-ish' approach to design and construction. These techniques can be applied to any size project using current project delivery agreements such as CM or Design-Build. ‘IPD-ish’ delivery utilizes QBS and a fee-based GMP (no lump-sum price and no mark-ups) in open-book contracts to provide financial transparency and joint Owner-Architect-Contractor professional management—not just shifting—of project risks and uncertainties.
Ideal Audience: Licensed or unlicensed and specialists engaged in the construction contract administration phase; geared towards small or large firms and to architects involved in risk management, project management, or staffing and training.
Education Level: Intermediate/Advanced
- Understand the causes and effects of adversarial provisions that are built into traditional construction contracts.
- Discuss the benefits of early, actual-team collaboration via an 'IPD-ish' approach to design and construction using regular CM or Design-Build contracts.
- Be able to explain to clients reasons for using QBS and a fee-based GMP (no lump-sum price and no mark-ups) to provide financial transparency in open-book contracts in any delivery method.
- Develop their own ‘IPD-ish’ approach to joint professional team-management of project risks by Owner, Architect and Contractor.
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Attendees will earn 1.00 HSW LUs. A link to a survey will be provided both at the end of the webinar and in a follow-up email sent one hour after the end of the webinar. The survey will close 48 hours after the conclusion of the presentation. All attendees at each site will submit one form: 1) page one: webinar survey and 2) page two: CES report form. AIA members and IDP record holders (http://www.aia.org/FreeTranscriptsforInterns) will have their credit recorded within seven business days (7) days of the webinar.
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|Dale Munhall, AIA, is Director of Construction Phase Services for Leo A Daly in Omaha. He is an NCARB certified architect and LEED Accredited Professional. Early in his career he gained experience as a construction manager, field superintendent and part-time building code official. Dale actively serves on committees of the AIA, and he co-founded and still serves on the Steering Committee of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Nebraska Chapter. He also co-founded the Nebraska Design and Construction Industry Council and helped negotiate Nebraska’s Construction Alternatives Act which enabled QBS-based Design-Build and CM at-Risk to be used on Public projects. AIA has published his articles on CA and on Standard of Care as “Best Practices”, and he has published and made national presentations on various aspects of the project delivery process.
|Jane Cameron, AIA, LEED AP, is an Associate Principal in the Chicago office of Perkins + Will. She worked at SOM LLP and SCB architects prior to joining P+W in 2006. With over 25 years of experience, her current role as a Senior Project Architect allows her to focus on the technical aspects of projects and she oversees large project teams to deliver a variety of building types, both domestically and internationally. Originally from Canada, Jane has Bachelor’s degrees in Interior Design and Architecture, as well as a Masters in Architecture (focus in Urban Design). She has also practiced in Canada and the UK. She is licensed in the State of Illinois, and has been an AIA member since 1999. She is a retired member of the Ontario Association of Architects. She is an active member in the Chicago Committee on High Rise Buildings, and is also the past Program Director for the Committee. She joined the CCA-KC group in 2013 and is the current chairperson for the 2015 year.