Technology, Project Delivery and the Agency of the Architect
Sponsored by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc., the CNA Insurance Companies, the AIA Trust, providers of the AIA Trust Professional Liability Insurance Program and Microsol Resources.
Please join us for an important and timely series presented by Phillip Bernstein, FAIA on the challenges and opportunities posed by an array of new technological advances, as well as changes in delivery methods. This program has been especially designed for AIA Connecticut practitioners to make architect members more competitive in the face of vast structural and technological changes.
Three two-hour sessions: June 11, 18, & 25
9:00 am - 11:00 am
370 James Street
New Haven, CT 06513
AIA Connecticut member or Allied Association:
$90.00/series $40.00/session Non-members:
$180.00/series $80.00/session Associate AIA:
$45.00/series $25.00/session Season Ticket Holder - 1, 2 or all 3
The three-part series will cover:
JUNE 11 TECHNOLOGY AND DELIVERY CONTEXT
A brief overview of the history of AEC technology as it has developed in three waves: CAD, BIM and Big Data and an examination of how those technologies have affected the standard of care, architectural scope of services, risk and compensation. How do current models of practice leverage new technologies?
JUNE 18 TECHNOLOGICALLY ENABLED DESIGN METHODOLOGIES
Digital technology changes the inputs, methods and outputs of design. What new capabilities are possible that might change the procedures and outcomes of design? How do these changes reshape practice characteristics and obligations of the designer? Session Only
JUNE 25 NEW VALUE PROPOSITIONS AND BUSINESS MODELS
Design practice has traditionally failed to convert the value of good architecture into financial returns to the architect. In what ways can technologically-empowered practice deliver new value to building, and change the value proposition of practice? What sort of business models and contracts would make this possible? How is delivery transformed? Session Only