AGC San Diego Construction Education & Safety Training Catalog 2015 July-December 2015 - Page 9

w w w . A G C . o r g / C M - B I M AGC San Diego Education & Safety Training Catalog July - December 2015 The highly-interactive program provides 32 hours of instruction and training to get construction industry professionals at all levels ready to take advantage of the benefits of BIM. This is NOT a technology based program. There will be NO hands-on computer training on BIM programs. Take ALL 4 Units ALL AGC Chapter Members: $1225 AGC Journeyman: $0 Non Member: $1625 SEPTEMBER 24 DECEMBER 17 SEPTEMBER 23 DECEMBER 16 UNIT 3: BIM CONTRACT NEGOTIATION AND RISK ALLOCATION www.AGC.org/CM-BIM UNIT 4: BIM PROCESS, ADOPTION, AND INTEGRATION Examine BIM and contract terminology to determine best practices for integrating BIM use into project contracts, as well as hot-button issues such as standard of care, intellectual property rights, and insurance and surety bonding coverage to help participants become BIM champions within their organizations. Following successful completion of Unit 3, participants will have the ability to: Provide a foundation for participants to establish and execute the BIM process, facilitate its adoption, and achieve integration on a single project and at a company level to execute multiple BIM projects simultaneously. Following successful completion of Unit 4, participants will have the ability to: • • • • • • Explain contract liability and standards of care related to BIM Negotiate BIM Addendum terms for BIM Execution Plan development Use BIM contract negotiation to establish proactive collaborative BIM Identify intellectual property rights and licensing issues related to Model use Recognize BIM coverage limitations in existing insurance and bond products Devise fair risk allocation and management responsibility provisions on BIM projects Time: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm AGC Member: $350 AGC Journeyman: $0 Non Member: $450 Instructor: Dan Russell, CM-BIM, LEED AP • • • • • • • • Define process, adoption, and integration as related to BIM implementation Describe why BIM is a disruptive practice today Identify reactive and proactive BIM outcomes Evaluate and select process options for a specific BIM project Describe the roles and responsibilities of participants in the BIM process Identify consistent factors influencing BIM Return on Investment (ROI) at the project and the company levels Communicate the BIM process to management, colleagues, and project stakeholders Outline a process for BIM adoption and implementation at the project and the company levels Time: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm AGC Member: $350 AGC Journeyman: $0 Non Member: $450 Instructor: Dan Russell, CM-BIM, LEED AP The Associated General Contractors of America, San Diego Chapter, Inc. Building Your Quality of Life 7