CSI Practice Session:
An Assist with Design-Assist
CSI Learning Level:
Secondary: Construction Project Team Members
David Stutzman and Louis Medcalf
Completing design projects is becoming increasingly complex.
Architects, especially, have relied on contractors to assume
responsibility for delegated design. More recently architects are
working with contractors and their subcontractors to provide design
assist services, for curtain wall and other building enclosures.
Join Brian Perlberg, Executive Director & Sr. Counsel for
ConsensusDocs, along with Louis and Dave to introduce the newly
released ConsensusDocs 541 Addendum to Agreements Between Owner and
Construction Manager and Between Owner and Design Professional for
Design-Assist Service. This is the first standard contact document
available to address this shift in developing design services
1.0 CSI PDH Credit (self-reported)
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