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In 2013, The American Institute of Architects (“AIA”) released a series of contract forms to facilitate owners’ and design and construction professionals’ transmittal and use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and digital data on a construction project.
This article provides owners and design and construction professionals with a summary of the new contract forms and when and how to utilize them.
Here are excerpts from Ms Kapp's article; where she provides the legalese of these updates
AIA Document E203 – 2013 Building Information Modeling and Digital Data Exhibit
Article 1 of the E203 provides project participants with a uniform set of definitions to be used for the development of the Protocol.
Article 2 of the E203 provides that the transmitter of digital data warrants to the receiver that the transmitter is the copyright owner of such digital data.
Article 3 of the E203 requires project participants to anticipate and list the different types of digital data that will be used by the parties.
Article 4 of the E203 provides for the establishment of a modeling Protocol if the parties agree to utilize BIM at a project.
AIA Document G201-2013-Project Digital Data Protocol Form and AIA Document G202-2013 Project Building Information Modeling Protocol Form
AIA Document G201-2013-Project Digital Data Protocol Form
Unlike the E203 that simply sets forth the parties’ intent to agree on a digital data Protocol, the G201 actually sets up the Protocol that will govern the parties’ use of digital data. The G201 is not a contract document and can be modified during the course of the project easily, without the need to modify each of the project participants’ contracts as circumstances on the project change.
AIA Document G202-2013-Project Building Modeling Protocol Form
Article 2 of the G202 introduces the term LOD or Level of Development to assist project participants in their development of a BIM Protocol. The LOD provisions set forth in the G202 provide for and define the specific minimum contents of the BIM at certain project milestones.
In mid-2008, The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) released one of first BIM protocol guidelines; with AGC's ConsensusDocs 301 BIM Addendum.
The BIM process continues its growth and expanded role for designing and constructing buildings; via association's contractual documents and better defined national standards.
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Our thanks to the Madison Wisconsin | Construction Specifications Institute Chapter --for the opportunity to share the Bradley BIM "How BIM Changes Everything" presentation for the Tuesday March 11, 2014 evening meeting.
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Visit the Bradley BIM AIA Booth #3454 in the Software & Technology Pavilion at the AIA Convention 2014 and Design Exposition in Chicago on June 26-28 2014 at McCormick Place.
"Chicago, in 30,000 Photographs" | Check out filmmaker Eric Hines’ stunning time-lapse video using 30,000 photos of the windy city’s bustling downtown areas.
Visit the AIA Convention Site to review and make your reservations.
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Our thanks to the San Antonio | Construction Specifications Institute Chapter --for the opportunity to share the Bradley BIM "How BIM Changes Everything" presentation for the Tuesday January 21, 2014 evening meeting.
|The San Antonio Chapter of the Construction Specifications InstituteBoard of Directors:
Kenneth Donoughue, CSI, AIA Architect
Alvaro Rodrigues, Jr., CSI
A. Marketing & Service Company
VP / Secretary
Landon Boone, CSI, LEED AP BD+C
Ron Blank & Associates, Inc.
VP / Treasurer
Gaylord E. Reaves, P.E., R.P.L.S., GE Reaves Engineering, Inc. & Forever Green Concrete Forms
|Please join us Tuesday, January 21, 2014 for our monthly meeting.Your Chapter has professional educational events scheduled for the Third Tuesday of every month.--Presentation by Daniel Hughes with Bradley Corporation BIM Presentation
Topic:"How BIM Changes Everything"
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"No-shows" will be invoiced.
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"How BIM Changes Everything"
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a process that offers multiple opportunities to automate and better coordinate the construction documents and specifications, from a 3D computer model. BIM authoring software (Revit, Bentley, ArchiCAD, Vectorworks) allow multiple users (disciplines) to work simultaneously in the facility model file during the construction + design processes.
This collaborative workflow uses new tools for programming & project phasing, creating specifications & cost estimates, and prefabrication & commissioning documentation.
Learn how the BIM process is redefining
- the project workflow,
- team roles & responsibilities,
- marketing of services,
- contractual BIM deliverables defined by both private & public BIM mandates; with an ongoing requirement for training & professional development.
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Join Bradley BIM at The Reference Library in Phoenix Arizona --
Wednesday June 19 2013 at The Reference Library in Phoenix Arizona at 12:00\Noon
John Lee, from PIR Sales Inc (Bradley Sales Rep Organization), is sponsoring the Bradley BIM presentation.
Make your reservations now with our host, Louise Rehse, CSI from The Reference Library -- "Seating is Limited".
The Reference Library | Celebrating 25 Years of Service
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The AIA Wisconsin Convention Committee worked with the AIA Wisconsin Emerging Professionals Committee to bring a special program to the 2013 AIA Wisconsin Convention.
This Emerging Professional Activity, titled “ADA Compliance Checklist,” requires Architectural Interns to create an ADA Compliance checklist to address ADA design issues in their current and future projects. (Activity details are available online, page 111)
Emerging Professionals Companion (EPC) Activity:
ADA Compliance Checklist scheduled from 11:30 am – 3:00 pm on Wednesday, May 8th, in conjunction with the 2013 AIA Wisconsin Convention.
The program will be moderated by Andy Malanowski, AIA, | Eppstein Uhen Architects, Inc. - Milwaukee.
AIAW committee has been recruiting additional architects to assist in the seminar room to answer questions and offer suggestions as interns investigate ADA requirements. We are encouraging these mentors to use case studies to illustrate solutions for ADA design issues.
Dale Gallman, Bradley Corporation Codes Compliance Manager will be assisting attendees throughout Andy's class presentation.
Visit Bradley Corporation Booth #47
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2013 Exhibit Hall Show Hours
Wednesday, May 8, 3:00-7:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 9, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
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- Bradley Sponsors UWM School of Architecture and Urban Design Competition
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