Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Second National Teleconference Series

The Revolution is Upon Us


U.S. CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY REVOLUTION SECOND NATIONAL TELECONFERENCE SERIES!





The Conversation Continues!


Limited time remains, so register today. The first teleconference is June 25, 2008.

Join us as we introduce the AIA's Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Documents, special insurance considerations, and then provide one of the nation's first comparisons of the AIA's IPD Documents to the ConsensusDOCS 300 Standard Form of Tri-Party Agreement for Collaborative Project Delivery (ConsensusDOCS 300).



In this second ground-breaking NATIONAL teleconference series for the ENTIRE construction industry ($120 for each session; $190 discounted price for both sessions; or $200 for both sessions and a CD containing all materials), Collaborative Construction Resources, LLC (CCR) and a panel of experienced industry experts, including two of the drafters of the AIA's new Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) agreements, will discuss the following:

  • An introduction to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) new, just released, Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Documents, including the A195-2008 Owner-Contractor Agreement, the B195-2008 Owner Architect Agreement, the A295-2008 General Conditions Document, and the C195-2008 Single Purpose Entity Agreement

  • Special insurance considerations related to the AIA IPD Documents

  • A comparison of, and contrast between, AIA IPD Documents and the ConsensusDOCS 300

    Registrants should fill their conference rooms (planners, owners, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and their attorneys, risk managers, insurers, sureties, IT personnel, associations and trade groups) and be prepared to learn more about these innovative new agreements and important insurance considerations for your organization and the project while utilizing these instruments.


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    REGISTER NOW or continue reading for a summary of each Teleconference session. You can also go to the CCR's Collaborative Construction Blog (CollaborativeConstruction.BlogSpot.com) for more detailed National Teleconference Series information, pricing, and registration.


    In addition to providing regular teleconferences and hosting the Collaborative Construction Blog, CCR also provides single and multi-client online and in-person construction consulting, and soon, a premium/subscription-based website and individual employee training centered around collaborative or integrated project delivery/contracts, BIM and Lean Construction.

    TELECONFERENCE #1:


    AN INTRODUCTION TO THE AIA'S NEW, JUST RELEASED, INTEGRATED PROJECT DELIVERY (IPD) DOCUMENTS (1 1/2 hour)


    ($120.00/Session For Unlimited Employees)


    Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at Noon Eastern Daylight Time (Materials will be made available via GotoWebinar.com)

    Join us for:


    • An overview of the move towards Collaborative/Integrated Project Delivery/Contracts in the US

    • The background on AIA's efforts related to the Integrated Project Delivery Guide (IPDG) and the new Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Documents

    • An introduction to the AIA's Transitional IPD Documents
      (A195-2008 Owner-Contractor Agreement, B195-2008 Owner-Architect Agreement, and the A295 General Conditions Document)

    • An introduction to the AIA's Single Purpose Entity Agreement (C195-2008)

    • An introduction to special insurance considerations arising under the AIA IPD Documents

    This event features key insights from our knowledgeable panel of construction industry experts and individuals involved in the drafting of the AIA's Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Documents:



    Panelist: Pat O'Connor, a partner with Faegre & Benson, LLP, a drafter of the AIA's Single Purpose Entity (C195-2008)


    Panelist: Tim Twomey, a principle and in-house counsel with Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott, a drafter of the AIA's Single Purpose Entity Agreement (C195-2008) and Chair of the AIA's Documents Committee responsible for the Transitional Agreements (A195-2008 Owner-Contractor Agreement, B195-2008 Owner Architect Agreement, A295-2008 General Conditions Document)

    Panelist: Lorna Parsons, President and Chief Underwriting Officer with Victor O. Schinnerer Company, and a long time construction insurance industry leader

    A ten-to fifteen minute period has been reserved at the end of each teleconferece for an interactive question and answer session.


    GO HERE to register for both teleconferences!

    GO HERE for Teleconference #1 details, pricing and registration.


    Upcoming In This CCR Teleconference Series:



    TELECONFERENCE #2:


    THE AIA'S INTEGRATED PROJECT DELIVERY (IPD) DOCUMENTS COMPARED AND CONTRASTED WITH THE CONSENSUSDOCS 300 STANDARD FORM OF TRI-PARTY AGREEMENT FOR COLLABORATIVE PROJECT DELIVERY (1 1/2 Hour)


    ($120.00/Session For Unlimited Employees)

    Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2008 at Noon Eastern Daylight Time (Materials will be made available via GotoWebinar.com)

    Join us to obtain one of the first, if not the first, side-by-side comparisons (both written and verbal) of the U.S. Construction Industry's first standard form contracts for collaborative or integrated project delivery:


    • AIA IPD Transitional Documents (A195-2008, B195-2008 & A295)

    • AIA IPD Single Purpose Entity Document (C195-2008)

    • ConsensusDOCS 300 Standard Form of Tri-Party Agreement for Collaborative Project Delivery


    This event features key insights from two pioneers in the collaborative construction revolution:


    Panelist: James Salmon, President, Collaborative Construction Resources, LLC

    Panelist: Rich Cardwell, President, Construction Owner Resources, LLC

    GO HERE to register for both teleconferences!


    GO HERE for Teleconference #2 details


    For questions or assistance, please call James Salmon at 859-802-1118.

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