Topics to be discussed include:
- An overview on the history behind the revisions and an overall summary of the changes.
- A practical overview of the specific revisions that appear to be of greatest import to Owner and Contractor clients.
- How the AIA’s push to incorporate “green” building, electronic data protocols and BIM addenda into agreements is being received in the marketplace
- What owners and contractors need to know about the changes to insurance and indemnity requirements, including the shift from Article 11 of the A201 to the new “Exhibit A;”
Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA’s Construction Law Committee
Program Chair: Joel M. Sciascia, EVP & General Counsel, The Rinaldi Group
Faculty: Ken Cobleigh, Managing Director and Counsel, AIA; Jim Doerfler. Reed Smith; Michael Pepe, Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.
Hear from a panel of experts about the recent changes to the AIA documents, including a 2017 version of the A201 and how those changes will affect construction projects going forward.