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1. An AIA-MBA Joint Committee Update:The Evolution of the Best Practices GuideJanuary 14, 2014 2. Agenda Introduction AIA-MBA Joint Committee History About the AIA-MBA Joint Committee The AIA-MBA Joint Committee BestPractices Guide 3. IntroductionMaster Builders AssociationFounded in 1886200 Member CompaniesConstruction Companies Average 41 Years inBusiness 4. IntroductionAIA PittsburghAdvancing the value of Architects &Architecture for more than 150 years!Spring Build PittsburghFall Design 5. IntroductionWe can be a resource for CSI by: Continuing Education MBA Headquarters MBA News AIA e-Columns Networking 6. About the Joint CommitteeDid you know that the first committee ofthe MBA was the MBA ArchitectsCommittee?This committee was established in 1886and its membership was all contractors. 7. About the Joint CommitteeChartered in 1965, the AIA-MBA JointCommittee provides a unique forum forArchitects, General Contractors and Owners tomeet and discuss existing conditions of theconstruction industry.As a result of this forum, a set of guidelines wascreated to reflect the best practices forprocedures involving drawings andspecifications, bidding, contract documents andadministrative procedures during construction. 8. About the Joint CommitteeSome of the Past Chairs include:AIA Pittsburgh MBADahlen Ritchey Ted FrantzJim Kling Bob SalvatoreDoug Shuck Nick NavarroCharles Parker Ray Volpatt, Jr.Joel Bernard Rob Sklarsky 9. About the Joint CommitteeArchitect Members:Joel Bernard, AIA, Co-Chair, IKM, Inc.Joseph Chaffin, AIA, Baker DesignRon Dellaria, AIA, AstorinoChip Desmone, AIA, Desmone & AssociatesMark Dietrick, AIA, Case TechnologiesTom Donoghue, AIA, Donoghue ConsultingGeorge Ehringer, AIAGreg Madej, AIA, DRS ArchitectsMike Moyta, AIA, CSI, Design 3 ArchitectureCharles Parker, AIA, StantecSean Sheffler, AIA, WTW ArchitectsDoug Shuck, AIA, WTW Architects 10. About the Joint CommitteeGeneral Contractor Members:Rob Sklarsky, Co-Chair, RJS ConusltingSteven Bishop, Landau Building CompanyBill Derence, Mascaro ConstructionMichael Ellis, Mascaro ConstructionJustin Hough, PJ Dick IncorporatedScott Koontz, Jendoco ConstructionDave Meuschke, Burchick ConstructionBrett Pitcairn, PJ Dick IncorporatedCraig Stevenson, James ConstructionJoe Tavella, Massaro CorporationGino Torriero, Nello ConstructionRay Volpatt, Jr., Volpatt Construction 11. About the Joint CommitteeOwner Members:Michael Barnard, Oxford DevelopmentElmer Burger, Point Park UniversityEric Cartwright, UPMCScott Pollock, Oxford Development 12. About the Joint CommitteeLegal Counsel:David Scotti, Esquire, Cipriani & Werner PC 13. About the Joint Committee Calendar Year September thru May Meeting Format Guest Presentation by industry experts Business Meeting Task Forces Contracts BIM Flooring Failures Owners Roundtable 14. About the Joint CommitteeThe James Kling Fellowship AwardPast Recipients:Ted FrantzTom MurphyWilliam English, AIAPat NavarroLuke Desmone, AIA 15. About the Joint CommitteeThe James Kling Fellowship AwardEstablished by the Joint Committee torecognize those individuals who bestexemplify collaboration between the designand constructor professions. 16. The Yellow BookEstablished in 1967.The original charge of the JointCommittee was to create a list ofrecommended construction practices. 17. The Yellow BookThe popularity of this resource has fluctuatedover the years depending on:Industry conditionsParticipants on the Joint Committee 18. The Best Practices GuideReferred to as the Yellow Book until2010, when it was renamed to:The AIA-MBA Joint Committee BestPractices Guide 19. The Best Practices GuideThis resource is now entirely housed 20. The Best Practices Guide 21. The Best Practices GuideSections: Drawings & Specifications Bidding Contracts Temporary Services Bonds, Insurance & Liability Safety Responsibilities Release of Liens Procurement & Supplements Miscellaneous 22. The Best Practices GuideDrawing & SpecificationsRecommendations: Record Significant Changes Made DuringConstruction Document Distribution for Bidding Purposes Drawings and Specifications for SuccessfulBidders Submittals 23. The Best Practices GuideBiddingRecommendations: Advertising & Receiving Bids Addenda Alternates Bidders Information Sheet Bidding Unclassified Excavation Substitutions Investigation of Soil and Sub-Surface Conditions Listing Subcontractors Contract Documents 24. The Best Practices GuideContractsRecommendations: Changes in the Work Final Acceptance of Contract Work Liquidated Damages Order of Precedence Between Drawings and Specifications Retained Percentage Unit Prices Allowances Securing of Building Permit Procedure 25. The Best Practices GuideTemporary Services:Recommendations: Temporary Services General Temporary Heat and Its Related Power Temporary Light and Power Temporary Water Supply 26. The Best Practices GuideBonds, Insurance & LiabilityRecommendations: Bid Guarantee Hold Harmless Clauses Roofing Warranties Insurance Warranties Stored Construction Materials - Payment 27. The Best Practices GuideSafety ResponsibilitiesRecommendations: Housekeeping Hand Rails Perimeter Protection Holes or Openings in Floor or Roof Temporary Fire Protection Hazardous Materials 28. The Best Practices GuideRelease of LiensRecommendation: Pennsylvania Construction (Mechanics) LienLaw 29. The Best Practices GuideProcurement MethodsRecommendations: Project Delivery Systems Qualifications Based Selection System Best Value Contracting for Public Procurement Design-Bid-Build Construction Management-At-Risk Agency Construction Management Design/Build Negotiated Bid Integrated Project Delivery 30. The Best Practices GuideMiscellaneousRecommendations: Value Engineering Building Information Modeling 31. The Best Practices GuideThe following are examples of letters that the JointCommittee sent: Correcting the public perception on theconstruction industry Building permit suggestions PA Separations Act Best Value Contracting Reverse Auction Bidding 32. The Best Practices GuideProject Examples: Bidders agree to build to the Architectsintentions Designers agree that the building will be builtto code (call) Day of the week and time of day A need for an extension Geotechnical reports available to bidders Pre-construction fees 33. AIA-MBA Joint CommitteeHot TopicsWhats on your mind?