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Integrated Project Delivery: A Guide The American Institute of Architects 2007 version 1 California Council National
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Integrated Project Delivery Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is a project delivery approach that integrates people, systems, business structures and practices into a process that collaboratively harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to optimize project results, increase value to the owner, reduce waste, and maximize efficiency through all phases of design, fabrication, and construction. IPD principles can be applied to a variety of contractual arrangements and IPD teams can include members well beyond the basic triad of owner, architect, and contractor. In all cases, integrated projects are uniquely distinguished by highly effective collaboration among the owner, the prime designer, and the prime constructor, commencing at early design and continuing through to project handover.
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Acknowledgements Thanks to all individuals and organizations who reviewed and contributed to this work, and to the following members of the design and construction industry who served as authors and editors of this document. AIA National Richard Cook, FAIA Stowell Cook Frolichstein, Inc. Chicago, IL Forrest Lott, AIA Lott + Barber Architects Savannah, GA Brad Milton, AIA RDG Planning and Design Omaha, NE Patrick O’Connor, Esq. Faegre & Benson Minneapolis, MN Christopher Smith, AIA Ernst & Young Lyndhurst, NJ Jim Suehiro, AIA NBBJ Seattle, WA Barbara Price, FAIA Jacobs Charlotte, NC Suzanne Harness, Esq., AIA Managing Director and Counsel AIA Contract Documents Michael Bomba, Esq. Associate Counsel AIA Contract Documents Markku Allison, AIA Resource Architect AIA Strategy and Business Development AIA California Council Stuart Eckblad, AIA UCSF Medical Center San Francisco, CA Howard Ashcraft, Esq. Hanson Bridgett LLP San Francisco, CA Jim Bedrick, AIA Webcor Builders San Francisco, CA Robert J. Hartung, DBIA Alternative Delivery Solutions LLC Laguna Niguel, CA Zigmund Rubel, AIA Anshen + Allen Architects San Franicsco, CA Pam Touschner, AIA WWCOT Architects Palm Springs, CA Nicki Dennis Stephens, Hon. AIACC AIACC Sacramento, CA Special thanks also to: Christine McEntee Executive Vice President and CEO The American Institute of Architects Elizabeth Stewart, Esq. Vice President AIA Strategy and Business Developmenst Barbara Sido, CAE Vice President AIA Knowledge & Professional Practice Paul W. Welch Jr., Hon. AIA AIACC Executive Vice President © copyright, AIA | AIA CC 2007
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contents 1 Foreword .............................................................................................................................. 1 2 Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 2 3 Principles of Integrated Project Delivery ........................................................................... 5 3.1 Mutual Respect and Trust. .......................................................................................... 5 3.2 Mutual Benefit and Reward. ....................................................................................... 5 3.3 Collaborative Innovation and Decision Making. ....................................................... 5 3.4 Early Involvement of Key Participants. ...................................................................... 5 3.5 Early Goal Definition. .................................................................................................. 5 3.6 Intensified Planning. ................................................................................................... 6 3.7 Open Communication. ................................................................................................ 6 3.8 Appropriate Technology. ............................................................................................ 6 3.9 Organization and Leadership. .................................................................................... 6 4 Setting Up an Integrated Project ....................................................................................... 7 4.1 IPD Team Building and Functioning .......................................................................... 8 4.1.1 Project Team Formation and Team Building ..................................................... 8 4.1.2 Project Team Decision Making ........................................................................... 9 4.1.3 Team Communications ..................................................................................... 10 4.1.4
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