Integrated Project Delivery



Call for Presentations:
FOREFRONT: Architects as Collaborative Leaders


FOREFRONT is a conference jointly sponsored by the AIA Center for Integrated Practice, AIA Utah, and the University of Utah College of Architecture + Planning and is in partnership with ACSA. Presentations are sought on emerging technologies and the role of architects as leaders in designing and constructing our built environment.

The Call for Presentations deadline is extended due Monday, June 17, 2013 at noon ET!

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ACSA Meeting Lectures

2010 ACSA Administrators Conference, Washington, DC 



  

2011 ACSA Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC 

 

ACSA Resources

    • BIM/IPD School Survey (PDF)
      Survey of  administrators about the use of building information modeling (BIM) and integrated project delivery (IPD) content in architecture curricula. Administrators at more than 50 schools responded (37% of accredited or candidate programs), giving an initial picture of the inclusion of this emerging content in schools.  

AIA Resources

    • Center for Integrated Practice - On Education
      Interactive case studies of project delivery outcomes, research, resources and tools.

    • Integrated Project Delivery: A Guide
      Through an integrated project delivery method, owners, designers, and builders can move toward unified models and improved design, construction, and operations processes. Extensive information with links to other sites.

    • AIA 2006 and 2009 Report on Integrated Practice
      Originally released in 2006, the Report on Integrated Practice was re-released with new commentary and podcasts from interviews with each of the report’s original authors. Links to Original Report, including “Suggestions for an Integrative Education.”


NCARB Resources


Integrating a Studio: An ACSA/Autodesk Video

 

ACSA member school, Pennsylvania State University, teaches emerging design and project delivery methods in the studio. These methods, leveraged by powerful building information modeling technologies, involve early collaboration with the full spectrum of participants in design, engineering, and construction. In the studio classroom, this translates into similar experiences, encouraging collaborative work in the studio among disciplines and teaches students to produce a comprehensive architectural project facilitated by building information modeling.