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The definitive resource for designer-led projects
The Architect's Guide to Design-Build Services offers authoritative knowledge and industry insight to architects considering entry into the burgeoning practice of design-build project delivery. Written by architects and other professionals with expertise in risk management, law, ethics, finance, and contracts, this instructive guide addresses the roles architects can assume during a design-build project, including leading the project, acting as subcontractor, and forming a joint venture with a contractor.
Developed by the AIA Design-Build Professional Interest Area, this book offers the real-world expertise of thirty industry leaders from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, who share their experience and know-how on such topics as:
State laws regulating both architects and contractors are summarized to help busy firms bring design-build projects through to successful completion in a variety of jurisdictions.
The Architect's Guide to Design-Build Services is the most complete, definitive resource for architects, contractors, and attorneys involved in designer-led projects.
Chapter 1. Introduction to Design-Build.
Chapter 2. Design Services in Design-Build.
Chapter 3. The Architect as Contractor.
Chapter 4. The RFP and Selection Process.
Chapter 5. Design-Build Contracts.
Chapter 6. Insurance and Bonding for Design-Build.
Chapter 7. Managing the Project.
Chapter 8. Design-Build on Government Projects.
Chapter 9. Finance and Real Estate Development.
Chapter 10. Residential Design-Build.
Chapter 11. Legal Concerns in Design-Build.
Chapter 12. Licensing Laws for Architects and Contractors.
Chapter 13. International Design-Build.
Chapter 14. Design-Build Education.
Appendix: To Chapter 4: AIA Position Statement RegardingDesign-Build.
Appendix: To Chapter 12: State-by-State Requirements forArchitects and Contractors.
Appendix: To Chapter 13: Guide for the Calculation ofRemuneration for Design-Build Proposals.