Spire’s AIA Contract Documents Experts Traveled to Beantown

Spire’s AIA Contract Documents Experts Traveled to Beantown


SPIRE’S 
AIA CONTRACT DOCUMENTS EXPERTS
TRAVELED TO BEANTOWN


 Spire’s consultants help clients understand the cornerstones of the AIA contract documents and clauses and help them identify and write the appropriate specifications for their unique projects.

Spire Consulting Group attended the American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on Construction Law Fall Meeting at the Westin Copley Place in Boston, MA, from October 4th to 6th. The conference centered around the 2017 updates to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Contract Documents, which are the most widely used contract forms in the United States. Additionally, the conference gave attendees exposure to new language specific to delivery methods such as design-build, engineer-procure-construct, and integrated project delivery.

Spire was pleased to have another opportunity to engage top attorneys in discussions related to managing litigation costs, key construction contract terms, and construction claims strategies. Spire’s representatives attended sessions that centered around new tactics involved in the international construction contracting process, as well as the best ways to navigate through the new language published this year. As experts in construction contracts, Spire’s consultants help clients understand the cornerstones of the AIA contract documents and clauses and help them identify and write the appropriate specifications for their unique projects. Our services span the life of each project, ensuring that the vision of each client becomes a reality from conception to completion.

Spire was represented by Managing Principal, Anthony Gonzales, Senior Consultant, Jesus Schuldes, and Marketing Director, Tamara Savinas. Each team member engaged with several top attorneys during the conference, and discussed the best strategies to continue to lift-up the Forum on Construction Law and improve and create best practices within the industry.

To learn more about the ABA Forum on Construction Law, please click here.