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Monday, December 27, 2010

Collaborative Documents (300 Series) | ConsensusDOCS Construction Contracts

Here's the alternative to AIA's IPD documents. What do you think the contractors are recommending, the legal docs from the AIA or the AGC?

>Source: http://consensusdocs.org/catalog/300-series/

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ConsensusDOCS 300: Tri-Party Collaborative Agreement

This is the first standard IPD agreement published in the United States. The Owner, Designer and Constructor all sign the same agreement. This agreement incorporates Lean principles and is also known as a relational contract. A core team at both the project management and project development levels is created to make consensus-based project decisions to increase project efficiency and results. View 300 Guidebook Comments. | Read “IPD for Public and Private Owners.”

ConsensusDOCS 301: Building Information Modeling (BIM) Addendum

The first standard contract document that globally addresses legal issues and administration associated with utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM), it is intended to be used as an identical contract addendum for all project participants inputting information into a BIM Model. It also includes a BIM Execution Plan, which allows the parties to determine the level for which BIM model(s) may be relied upon legally. View 301 Guidebook Comments.

ConsensusDOCS 310: Green Building Addendum

Another industry first – appropriate for use on projects with green building elements, particularly those seeking a third-party green building rating certification such as LEED. It provides a contractual mechanism to identify clear objectives, and assign roles and responsibilities to achieve green goals. The parties designate a Green Building Facilitator (GBF) to coordinate or implement identified objectives, which can be a project participant or consultant. It contemplates that such services will be included in the underlying agreement with the project participant or in a separate agreement with a GBF. View 310 Guidebook Comments. | Read an article on ConsensusDOCS 310.

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