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2016 If We Keep On Doing What We’ve Always Done… 

03-28-2016 05:23 PM

By Dale Munhall, AIA Real progress in the construction industry will require changes that are far more fundamental than electronics and wishful thinking. Our history of risk-shifting and adversarial contractual terms needs to give way to real collaboration and teamwork, so take a look at 5 IPD-ish provisions that can be easily woven into existing contracts. [Download the PDF to read more]

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by Dale Munhall, AIA


06-13-2016 03:04 PM

These are excellent IPD-ish Strategies to create real teamwork and bring Construction Services on as professional service. As you say, only the largest of projects can benefit from complex true IPD contracts, and using the "standard" agreements available and tailoring them to incorporate these common sense strategies will benefit all project types. Thanks for sharing.