BIM 301: New Contract Language

 

 

In the BIM 101 Workshop we examined the evolution of building information modeling from 2D drawing sets to 3D models to 4D schedules to 5D estimates and layouting solutions. In the BIM 201 Workshop, we examined 3D/4D Coordination efforts in-depth, with the understanding that “clashes” happen in both space and time. And now for the BIM 301 Workshop, we’ll turn our attention to BIM Contracts. 

 

What:    BIM 301 Workshop: New BIM Contracts
How:     Use the form below to download the archived webinar

 

As we discussed in the BIM 201 webinar, contracts play a central role in defining deliverables, interactions with project stakeholders, and risk obligations for commercial building projects. To cover this complex issue, Fridays with Vico is please to have Rick Lowe, Partner from Duane Morris LLP and chair of the AGC BIMForum Legal Subforum, deliver the course content.


You’ll want to attend this webinar if:
1.) Your firm has received an RFP in which the Owner asks for BIM deliverables.
2.) Your firm has received a request to work under an alternative delivery method such as IPD or Design Build.
3.) Your firm is interested in coordinating multiple models from several entities, such as the Architect, the Structural Engineer, and various Subcontractors.
4.) You want to better understand how to be in compliance with the ConsensusDOCS 301-BIM Addendum or the AIA 202 materials, and use their structure to your best advantage.
5.) You are unsure if you are meeting the Standard of Care as defined in contract language.
6.) You are unsure about the modeling structure to employ and the contributions to accept.
7.) You are interested in perpetuating the life of the model to Facilities Management after the keys are turned over.

Legal contracts in the construction industry are developed to serve two purposes: to recommend best delivery practices and to properly allocate risk among the project stakeholders. With the advent of BIM technologies, methodologies, and processes, it has become increasingly important to identify who or what holds key project details: the Architect or the GC, the model or the drawings. And with that ownership, comes great reward or risk. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the various types of models as identified by the ConsensusDOCS and AIA, the best practices for handling the model and its changes, as well as the legal ramifications (and rewards) of entering into these project relationships.

No BIM education series is complete without an understanding and appreciation for the new laws in the industry.

 

What:    BIM 301 Workshop: New BIM Contracts
How:     Use the form below to download the archived webinar

 

Our speaker for this special Fridays with Vico is Richard H. Lowe, Partner, Duane Morris LLP. Rick concentrates his practice in construction litigation and construction law. He handles complex construction litigation, arbitration and mediation matters for owners, contractors, design-builders, design professionals, sureties, subcontractors and suppliers, and has drafted and negotiated construction contracts exceeding $100 million.

Rick is extremely active in the Associated General Contractors of America ("AGC"). As chair of the AGC’s BIMForum’s Legal Subforum, he has led a national effort to create the ConsensusDOCS BIM Addendum, the first contract form in the world specifically applicable to projects using Building Information Modeling. Also, he serves as the vice-chair of the AGC’s Contract Documents Committee, a leader in the promulgation of the ConsensusDOCS family of documents. Rick has also served as the Co-Chair of the American Bar Association's Construction Litigation Committee, and served as Co-Chair of the ABA's Construction Forum's Fall 2008 program on the ConsensusDOCS. Rick lives in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, where he is running in the primary in May to serve as the next Mayor of the Borough of Swarthmore.

 

Other courses in this series include:

BIM 101 - an overview of the 2D through 5D process, including layouting and production control

BIM 201 - a discussion of new coordination methodology that includes both space and time elements

BIM 401 - an overview of model-based scheduling

BIM 501 - an overview of model-based estimating

BIM 502 - an advanced course tying the model progression specification to the conceptual estimate, creating an evolving cost plan

BIM for Executives - a course for designed for executives to help them market BIM strategies internally and externally, as well as better understand the dollar investment

 

And if you enjoy the BIM Master Class, consider other Vico webinar series for your team:

Getting to 5D with Vico

BIM Strategies in a Hard Bid

Vico Customer Case Study Webinars

 

See highlights of this Fridays with Vico episode on the video clip below. If the content is meaningful to you and your BIM Team, please use the form below to download the archived webinar and view it with your team.

 

 

 

 

System Requirements
PC-based attendees:
Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista
 
Macintosh®-based attendees:
Mac OS® X 10.4 (Tiger®) or newer

 

 

Select Recorded Webinars

BIM 201 Webinar: 3D/4D Coordination

April 3, 2009

 

BIM 101 Webinar

March 20, 2009

 

Swinerton Builders

February 27, 2009

 

Introducing Vico Office

February 20, 2009

 

The McGraw-Hill BIM SmartMarket Report

February 13, 2009

 

Suffolk Construction and the Torrey Pines Project

January 30, 2009

 

Hensel Phelps and the Denver Justice Center

January 23, 2009

 

Trimble and Vico - Bringing BIM to the Field

January 16, 2009

 

Webcor Builders and the Model Progression Specification

December 19, 2008

 

St. Joseph's Mission Hospital Virtual Mock-Up Case Study

November 14, 2008

 

Vico's Win the Deal Bundle

November 7, 2008

 

Vico for Concrete: Lift Drawings and More

Oct 17, 2008

 

Vico 101: An Introductory Webinar for Virtual Construction

Oct 13, 2008

 

Virtual Construction with the PCL Family of Companies

Sept 25, 2008

 

Orchestrating BIM the Vico Way

August 15, 2008 

 

 

 

BIM 301 Webinar