Steven Nudelman, a partner in the firm’s Construction Practice Group, will be a presenter for a live webinar on “AIA Contract Documents: 2017 Modifications, Insurance and Bond Exhibit, Owner-Contractor Documents, Owner-Architect Agreements,” to be presented by Strafford Publications on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm (ET).
This webinar will address the 2017 modifications to the AIA Construction Contracts. AIA contract documents are the industry standard for managing contractual relationships in construction and design projects. The AIA last released significant revisions to its contract documents in April 2017.
Revisions to the Owner-Contractor Documents included changes to termination provisions and changes to financing and payment provisions. Revisions to the Owner-Architect Agreements include intellectual property rights, termination provisions, administration/compensation, and the sustainability focus in the E204 Exhibit.
The 2017 revisions also included changes to the Insurance and Bonds Exhibit to be used with the A101-2017, A102-2017, and A103-2017, and with the revised Insurance and Bonds Provision of A201-2017. These revisions acknowledge the complex nature of construction project insurance and focus on insurance and risk mitigation in contract negotiations.
This program will address the most significant 2017 modifications of the AIA Contract Documents, with a particular focus on the creation of the new Insurance and Bonds Exhibit intended to ensure that insurance and risk mitigation become an integral part of the contract negotiation process.
Topics to be covered include:
- Agreements between owner and contractor
- Agreements between owner and architect
- C401-2017 Standard Form of Agreement Between Architect and Consultant
The speakers will review these and other notable revisions:
- AIA Owner-Contractor Documents
- AIA Owner-Architect Documents
- AIA Architect-Consultant Documents
- New Insurance/Bonds and Sustainable Projects Exhibits
Mr. Nudelman concentrates his practice in construction law. For over two decades he has represented members of the construction industry across a broad spectrum of matters. He has defended and asserted claims on behalf of owners, developers, condominium associations, general contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, vendors and sureties involved in public and private construction projects throughout the New Jersey and New York metropolitan area.
Additional program details and registration at: AIA Contract Documents