Owners, architects, engineers, and constructors discuss the latest strategies for driving project outcomes, allocating risk, and employing software to close the gap between design, fabrication, and construction.
Hosted by the Project Delivery AIA Knowledge Community, March 8-9, 2021, owners, architects, engineers, and constructors convened to discuss the latest strategies for driving project outcomes, allocating risk, and employing software to close the gap between design, fabrication, and construction. Purchase the series for on-demand access to all 2021 symposium sessions.*
The increasing demand for successful project outcomes continues to drive the design and construction industry toward innovations in project delivery. Recent strategies such as virtual design and construction, modular and pre-fab applications, and the continued evolution of digital technologies, are transforming the traditional roles for designers and relationships among owners, architects, and builders.
With a growing body of evidence linking strong team collaboration to greater project success, project teams are becoming increasingly integrated and more transparent. The rapid advancement of technologies and digital processes require a greater level of integration and coordination across disciplines to maximize value and profitability. Building design is now embodied in increasingly vast databases with multiple contributors, prompting new questions of authorship; and as project teams adopt joint project direction, accountability is frequently less clear. All these trends are driving the need to reconsider project risk and its allocation in the digital, borderless world.
This symposium considers the future of project delivery and its central role in balancing these unrelenting trends.
*Users who purchased the live symposium package have access to these sessions and do not need to re-purchase them.