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Understanding AIA Document D503™-2020 Guide for Sustainable Projects

 

Understand the purpose of the AIA Document D503™-2020 Guide for Sustainable Projects and its relationship to other AIA documents.

Once the owner and architect agree that a project will have a sustainable objective, the AIA Document D503™-2020 Guide for Sustainable Projects explains how that decision affects the obligations of the architect and its consultants, the contractor, and the owner during the project's various phases. This topic will walk you through that process, highlighting aspects of particular concern, illustrated with examples from actual projects. Special attention will be paid to the ongoing obligations of the owner on a sustainable project. The measures required to achieve the sustainable objective are defined in the sustainability plan. Owners, architects, and contractors each have critical roles to play in achieving a project's sustainable objective, and they play their roles at different stages of design and construction. This material will cover all these aspects and based on the speaker's experience designing and administering the construction of sustainable buildings, will offer advice to help control the risk of a party failing to fulfill its obligations under the sustainability plan. Much of the guide is about how to use AIA Document E204™-2017 Sustainable Projects Exhibit. The structure of that document parallels that of the AIA Owner/Architect Agreement. This topic will discuss the similarities and the differences between these documents, why there are differences, and what an architect can do to craft an overall agreement that protects its interests while facilitating communications and coordination among all the key players throughout the duration of the project.

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Eliot Goldstein, AIA, PP, LEED® AP

Eliot Goldstein, AIA, PP, LEED® AP

Goldstein Partnership

  • Manages The Goldstein Partnership
  • Nearly 4 decades of professional practice focused on a wide range of public and private projects
  • Authored Timber Construction for Architects and Builders (McGraw-Hill)
  • Has conducted continuing education programs on construction documents, design and construction defects, and the architect’s standard of care
  • Was the Architect and LEED® Administrator for the first LEED®-certified civic building in the State of New Jersey, the Maplewood Police & Court Building (LEED® Silver), named Green Building of the Year by AIA/New Jersey
  • LEED® Accredited Professional for over 15 years
  • Extensive experience coordinating that process
  • Arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association
  • Has over 25 years of experience as an expert witness in legal cases involving problematic design and construction projects
  • Has a wealth of knowledge as to the common mistakes that design professionals make, including those specific to sustainable projects
  • M.Arch and B.S. degrees, MIT
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