The American Institute of Architect’s Seventh Decennial Construction Documents Revisions and Their Potential Impact on the Construction Industry
For 130 years, the American Institute of Architects (“AIA”) has published contract forms covering virtually all types and phases of building construction and design. The AIA forms are the most widely used standard forms within the construction industry.
Beginning in 1958, the AIA began issuing comprehensive revisions to its contract documents approximately every 10 years. Very recently, the AIA issued its latest decennial revisions covering 13 different contract forms and it introduced an entirely new stand-alone exhibit containing insurance and bond provisions.
Bernkopf Goodman LLP and Licata Risk Advisors are proud to present a program on these new AIA contract document revisions, insights and negotiating tips regarding these revisions, and related issues confronting construction users, design professionals and contractors.
Peter B. McGlynn, a partner at Bernkopf Goodman LLP is a trial attorney specializing in construction, surety, malpractice, commercial and bankruptcy cases. Peter has tried to verdict or decision in excess of 150 cases throughout the United States representing general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, lenders, sureties and owners, among others, on a wide array of commercial, construction, surety and bankruptcy disputes.
Peter is also the founder of the New England Construction & Real Estate Risk Management Conference™, an annual conference focusing on effective ways to manage risk on construction and real estate development projects.
Frank Licata, President of Licata Risk Advisors has over 20 years experience in the risk management field. Frank’s firm helps companies:
- Reduce insurance costs and better protect their businesses;
- Protect themselves as directors, officers and employees;
- Avoid loss, liability and litigation through objective risk management, and insurance advice.
Robert W. Stetson, an attorney with Bernkopf Goodman LLP, has significant experience in disputes involving corporations and other business organizations, construction projects, contracts, real estate, landlord-tenant, and shareholder disputes.
Bob represents a variety of clients ranging from individuals to multi-national corporations in all phases of litigation including trial and appellate practice.
March 1, 2018
7:30 AM – 9:30 AM
One Boston Place
201 Washington Street
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