A GUIDE TO EXTERNAL DESIGN INFLUENCES AND “MODIFICATIONS”
Wednesday, December 16, 2015, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. (PT)
Dealey, Renton & Associates, member of The Professional Liability Agents Network (PLAN), is happy to announce an upcoming Webinar that can earn 1.50 AIA/CES learning units for architects and qualified continuing education credits for engineers.
To paraphrase The Natural “Often there are two Projects—the one that is designed and the one that gets built after that.” Even though the line between before and after gets blurred by alternate delivery models such as designbuild and IPD, nearly all design professionals must deal with “outside” influences into their design. This seminar explores the true ownership of the design and project with emphasis on the documentation and contractual strategies design firms need to make work scopes clear and to properly allocate responsibilities. In particular, we'll cover shared, delegated, or usurped design issues such as RFIs/Change Orders, Shop Drawings/Submittals, Substitutions, Value Engineering, Design‐Build and IPD/BIM.
1. Develop Strategies and Tools to Master and Escape the Client/Code Zone.
2. Develop Procedures and Tools to Facilitate the Design Team Role/Collaboration/Coordination
3. Manage Outside Design and Performance Influences and Controls from Contractors and Manufacturers
4. Identify and Manage the Four Primary Challenges to the Pure Design Domain
Our presenter is David Ericksen, a principal shareholder and immediate past President of the law firm of Severson & Werson in San Francisco. This presentation examines how contractors, manufacturers and other outside parties can influence and modify your designs and the ramifications that result. In particular, David will cover shared, delegated or usurped design elements such as RFIs, change orders, shop drawings, submittals, value engineering, design-build and IPD/BIM.
CE Credits: 1.50 AIA/CES learning units for architects and qualified continuing education credits for engineers.
COST: $85.00 per computer connection regardless of the number of people participating via each connection
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, December 15.
Registration link & Webinar details online: CLICK HERE
We encourage you to take advantage of this great opportunity to educate your firm on limiting your liability while earning valuable continuing education credits.