2017 AIA Construction Documents: New Insurance Requirements
New Insurance and Bond Requirements Exhibit, A-201 Article 11
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide construction counsel through the new insurance provisions of the 2017 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Form. Our panel will discuss critical updates to the insurance requirements, their interplay with other AIA Form provisions, and practical considerations for parties under various contracting scenarios.
- Overview of the Insurance Exhibit
- Required property insurance
- “All-risks” vs. builders’ risk coverage
- Prohibited exclusions
- Optional coverage
- Required property insurance
- A-201 General Conditions Insurance Requirements
- “Default” rules
- Loss of use coverage
- Settlement of losses
This panel will review these and other critical issues:
- How can counsel customize the Insurance Exhibit in a manner that does not conflict with the language in Section 11 of the new A-201?
- What impact will the new Insurance Exhibit have on the handling of additional insureds? Additional named insureds?
- What types of policy exclusions are expressly prohibited under the new Insurance Exhibit?
- How can counsel specify policy limits and duration to tailor project-specific coverage?
Jeffrey R. Appelbaum
For 38 years, Mr. Appelbaum has served the construction industry in the varying roles of trial and transactional... | Read More
For 38 years, Mr. Appelbaum has served the construction industry in the varying roles of trial and transactional attorney, project counsel, project management consultant, mediator and partnering facilitator. He has provided distinguished service to public and private owners, design professionals, construction managers and contractors on important projects throughout the U.S. and Canada. Mr. Appelbaum has served as project counsel or owner’s representative for more than 90 projects involving billions of dollars of construction, including 20 major league sports facilities and other community impact projects throughout North America. He has facilitated over 200 partnering sessions and conducted more than 300 complex construction mediations.Close
Joshua N. Kutch
Frost Brown Todd
Mr. Kutch concentrates his practice in the area of construction law, including litigation, contract preparation, review... | Read More
Mr. Kutch concentrates his practice in the area of construction law, including litigation, contract preparation, review and negotiation, claims avoidance, and general construction advice. He is a member of the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law.Close
Justin L. Weisberg
Schuyler Roche & Crisham
Mr. Weisberg’s practice is focused on construction law and commercial litigation. He represents private, public,... | Read More
Mr. Weisberg’s practice is focused on construction law and commercial litigation. He represents private, public, local and international clients in a variety of construction-related transactions and litigation matters. Mr. Weisberg has a background in professional engineering, giving him added insight and understanding into his client’s cases. His legal experience has included contract negotiation and drafting of design, design build, IPD, P3 and construction contracts as well as mediation, arbitration and litigation, including both bench and jury trials of numerous disputes involving design, construction and insurance coverage matters.Close