Integrated Project Delivery Agreements in Construction Contracting
Crafting IPD Contracts Using the AIA and ConsensusDOCS Forms
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to construction counsel for evaluating whether and when to use the AIA or ConsensusDOCs form documents for integrated project delivery (IPD) agreements. The panel will explain the key features of the forms and discuss issues that frequently arise during contract negotiations.
- Integrated project delivery (IPD)
- What is it?
- Parties involved
- Crafting IPD contracts using the AIA forms or ConsensusDOCs 300 documents
- Deciding which form to use
- Roles and responsibilities
- Structure and management
- Costs and compensation
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the benefits and risks of using the integrated project delivery (IPD) process in construction projects?
- What key considerations should construction counsel take into account when deciding whether the AIA form or ConsensusDOCs form is most appropriate for their client?
- What are some best practices for construction counsel when negotiating risk allocation, contingencies and liability limitations in IPD agreements?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Patrick J. O'Connor
Faegre & Benson
He has advised and represented numerous clients in contract negotiations involving large commercial projects. His areas... | Read More
He has advised and represented numerous clients in contract negotiations involving large commercial projects. His areas of specialty include negotiating and drafting construction contracts. He served as outside counsel to the AIA Documents Committee in drafting the Single Purpose Entity family of IPD documents and is involved in the AIA effort to draft the Multi-Party family of IPD documents.Close
Scott R. Sleight
Ahlers & Cressman
His practice emphasizes construction, including representation at the front end, during and after the conclusion of... | Read More
His practice emphasizes construction, including representation at the front end, during and after the conclusion of projects. He has drafted and negotiated construction contracts for owners and contractors for projects in excess of $2 billion in combined value, and has participated in development and negotiation of new contracting methods, including three-party integrated agreements.Close
Richard M. Shapiro
Farella Braun & Martel
He has a diverse real estate practice representing clients in transactions related to complex project development,... | Read More
He has a diverse real estate practice representing clients in transactions related to complex project development, acquisitions and dispositions, entity formation, financing and venture workouts, leasing, land use and construction. His construction experience includes representing owners, contractors and design professionals in a wide range of construction projects throughout the U.S. and abroad.Close
Goldberg Besche & Banks
He is legal counsel to the Documents Committee of the American Institute of Architects. He is a frequent author and... | Read More
He is legal counsel to the Documents Committee of the American Institute of Architects. He is a frequent author and speaker on construction contract topics.Close