2018 Project Delivery Symposium: Delivering the Future
Date: March 6, 2018
Location: AIA Headquarters
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As the demand for improved project
outcomes continues to drive the design and construction industry, there is
increasing pressure transforming the traditional roles and relationships
between owners, architects, and builders. This symposium will concentrate on
project delivery strategies and their critical place at the nexus of these
transformational forces. This transformation is largely driven by how we manage
project information. More sophisticated technology has made information more
widely available to the project team than ever before. BIM is changing the way
building components are fabricated and assembled, blurring the role between
designers and builders. With more widespread application of shared risk and
reward in contracts, project teams have incentive to collaborate and share
information, and therefore are reassessing risk allocation. For the first time,
discussions of accountability, trust and commitment are regularly heard in the
studio and at the job site.
The goal of this symposium is to
broaden the conversation between owners, architects, engineers, constructors,
and all parties to the building industry. Industry leaders will offer their
perspective on the future. Owners will discuss how they are satisfying their
ever-increasing need for improved project outcomes. Builders will offer their
view on the changing relationship with the design profession. Technology
experts will describe how software will continue to close the gap between
conception and production. Architects will present examples of their emerging position
as leaders in building more collaborative, high-performing project teams.
Approximately 6 AIA LUs. A survey
will be sent to attendees following the event to gather information for
continuing education credit and to capture feedback.
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deadline of March 2, 2018. No refunds will be issued after the cancellation
deadline, March 2.
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meetings and conferences accessible to all to the degree reasonably possible.
Please notify us at the time of registration if you have special accessibility
needs or specific dietary requirements. Contact Maegan Grew at firstname.lastname@example.org if special arrangements are required.
Hope to see you there!