P3: Myths and Realities for Design Professionals
Wednesday, March 7th, 2018
2:00PM to 3:30PM EST
Presented by Berkley Design Professional
Public-Private Partnerships are not just for toll roads and bridges – they can be an effective delivery method for any number of project types in the public realm whether infrastructure or buildings.
Simply stated, a Public-Private Partnership (P3) exists when a public entity retains a private entity to finance, design, and build a project that will deliver a benefit to the public. Sometimes, the private entity will be required to operate and maintain the completed project over an extended period of time. P3 project delivery involves a more complex risk analysis in comparison to other design and construction methodologies.
Register for this complimentary webinar here.
Earn Learning Units
This program is registered for learning units:
1.5 AIA CES Learning Units
1.5 Professional Development Hours
Health, Safety, and Welfare Qualified!
What You’ll Learn
In this 90-minute webinar you will:
Gain an understanding of P3 project structure, the roles of the design professional, contractor, and other project team members, and impacts on the public entity
Explore differing approaches to construction documentation and materials and equipment specifications
Learn about the differences between P3 and traditional design-build delivery methods, and review quality management strategies for P3 to promote success in the design, construction, and post-construction phases
Examine actual P3 project examples to understand the effect on business practices and professional liability exposure, and review key legal and contract issues for A/Es involved in P3 and gain advice on how to manage the related risks
Qualify for Risk Management Education Credit
Berkley DP policyholders who participate in this program can qualify for a 15% Risk Management Education credit. Contact your agent for further information.*