This is the fifth an final part of my talk about Integrated Project Delivery, but since IPD and BIM are so intertwined I'm sure it will come up again. Remember you can do IPD without BIM and you can do BIM without IPD, but they go together so well. In the previous episodes I talked about:
* project organization
* processes and workflows
* IPD terms and agreeements
* collaboration software
and now finally some of the legal relationships that have been used with Integrated Projects.
Normally your IPD team is going to be put together by a core team that has significant role in shaping the project. Typically this will be the owner and design team and builder. What form of legal entity that the IPD team operates under can also be influenced by the type of project as well. Public institutions and private owners will have different regulations concerning how they can operate. Multi-party agreements are very customized but the United States aia document on