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Why You Should Attend
Negotiating and drafting design and construction contracts that clearly define responsibilities and intelligently allocate risks is an art. The design and construction process is risky and proper risk identification and allocation is critical to the success of any project. Additionally, 2017 marked the issuance of new AIA Owner/Architect agreements, Owner/Contractor agreements, and the General Conditions Document. Understanding the changes to the AIA contract documents is critical to representing your clients’ interests.
In this program you will learn critical contract provisions, including which work and when to employ them as well as when to avoid them.
Our faculty experts will give you the tools you need to better negotiate and draft design and construction agreements.
What You Will Learn
- The latest developments from AIA and other industry association contract document publishers
- How to identify and negotiate critical risk allocation provisions in design and construction contracts
- Special contracting and risk allocation consideration on public projects
- Earn one hour of Ethics credit
Who Should Attend
Practitioners representing owners, contractors, designers, insurers, regulators and others with a stake in construction. Attorneys and allied professionals who want a firm grasp of construction risk allocation from several perspectives.
Program Level: Basic
Intended Audience: Practitioners representing owners, contractors, designers, insurers, regulators and others with a stake in construction. Attorneys and allied professionals who want a firm grasp of construction risk allocation from several perspectives.
Prerequisites: A background in analyzing broad risk categories in construction contracts negotiation strategies, financial arrangements, payments schedules, and retainage.
Advanced Preparation: None