Integrated Project Delivery at Autodesk, Inc (A

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Integrated Project Delivery
at Autodesk, Inc. (A)
Team 2:
Yusuf Akkoca
Tom Bloom
Karen Delton
Shweta Hire
Eric Johnson
David Mahzonni
Experience it before it is real™
Autodesk, Inc.
Autodesk, Inc.
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No Litigation.
Why do we litigate?
Cost overruns/Where is my money?
Schedule lateness/time pressures
Quality problems
Lack of communication
Risks appearing
How do we avoid litigation…stay tuned….
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No Litigation.
Advantages:
Establish Costs Early
Risk Is Shared Between Parties
Early Involvement Of All Parties
Collaborative Decision Making
More Creative Decisions
Schedule is set and project completed quickly
Not As Many Surprises
Shared Profits Motivate Collaboration
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No Litigation.
Advantages:
Ideal for owner
Most qualified person does a task--leads to fewer
problems
Everyone knows costs and profits
Less waste--better resource utilization
Goals are defined/shared--less litigation
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No Litigation.
Disadvantages:
Taking on partners’ risks
Disputes become political
Aligning operational definitions, i.e. define negligence
Many companies will not enter a no litigation contract
Subjective
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No litigation.
Behavioral Consequences:
“Success in IDP is 10% technology, 90% sociology”
- Tocci
Most qualified person performs function regardless
of traditional roles
Group decisions with expert opinions
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No litigation.
Focus of Team:
Working towards shared goals
Less waste is created because of compensation
structure
Less rework because team works together—leads
to lower costs
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No litigation.
Challenges:
Convince the lawyers representing companies
Finding subcontractors to cooperate
Finding trustworthy partners (contractors,
designers, etc.)
Integrated Project Delivery
Contract Terms: No litigation.
Differences with DBB, DB:
Roles more clearly defined
More surprises
Lack of communication between designer and contractor
Designer is done when plans and specs delivered
Contractor and owner run project
Ensures fairness to potential bidder
Objective award
Focus on deliverables
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