In this webinar video, a cross functional team of construction experts will discuss processes, procedures, and pitfalls associated with the shop drawing process. Framed within the context of construction claims investigations, the discussion covers the importance of shop drawings and the responsibilities of the various parties throughout the construction process. The impact of Building Information Modeling (BIM) on the shop drawing process is also explored.
Construction Defects & Claims: The Shop Drawing Process - Expert Webinar [VIDEO]
Video recorded from webinar on Thursday, June 11th, 2020
William E.J. Martin, AIA, NCARB
The General Contractor’s Role
Will’s presentation focuses on the role of the GC, exploring the cost and effort to catch and correct problems revise plans and drawings during the planning phase with design and shop drawing revisions and analysis against the prospect of revising and correcting mistakes during or after mid-construction.
Mark Duckett, P.E., S.I., S.E.C.B.
The Structural Engineer’s Role
Mark discusses the role and responsibilities of the consulting structural engineer in this process, the unique issues associated with specialty engineered shop drawings, and he will highlight some potential pitfalls involved in the submittal process from a structural engineer’s perspective. Mark also presents a real-world example of what went wrong in a landmark structural collapse.
Scott Klimek, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C
The Architect’s Role and BIM
Scott shares the role of the design architect, emphasizing the tools and documents that are later relied upon in the creation of shop drawings.