April 11th | 1/2 day session | Cost: $20 ($50 non-AIA members)
The exam will ask specific questions about key AIA contracts but also general questions about situations governed by a wide range of industry documents. Take a guided walk through the relevant material. Don't memorize facts when you listen to related stories and develop an understanding of their purpose behind the agreements. This seminar will help prepare you for situation-based exam questions that require critical thought about the subject matter by providing helpful (and memorable) hypothetical examples of how these senarios play out.
Topics covered: AIA documents (A201, B101, C401, A101, A701, G701, G702, G704, G714 and others), change orders, bonds, insurance, payment methods, deliver methods and more.
Please come having listened to the Schiff Harden Lectures on the A201 and B101.
Bring your laptop with a finished solution for the Building Section Vignette if you want to workshop your solution with other participants following the event.
Ms. Goss practices in construction law and U.S. & N.C. government contracts and is also a North Carolina licensed architect. She is Chair of the North Carolina Bar Association Construction Law Section Design Professionals Liaison Committee. Ms Gross has received multiple honors for her work including the NC-AIA Award for Design Achievement.
Prior to attending law school, she was a partner in a prominent architectural firm in Raleigh, where she served as director of commercial and corporate architecture. Ms. Goss designed, managed, and supervised construction administration on notable multimillion-dollar projects in downtown Raleigh and on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ms. Goss has been involved in all phases of the design and construction of commercial, governmental, and institutional projects. Her experience includes schematic design, design development, construction documents, building code compliance, and building permit reviews at the city level, and with the N.C. Office of State Construction and the N.C. Department of Insurance.
Walk through the AIA documents with a lawyer specializing in construction contract law. We suggest you've listened to the Hanna Sheridan Lectures and come with questions.
register at aiatriangle.org