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Updated – IPD Case Studies (AIA / AIA-Minnesota)

Updated IPD Case Studies document from the AIA, AIA Minnesota, and University of Minnesota School of Architecture (April 2012)

This updated study from the AIA Center for Integrated Practice, AIA Minnesota, and University of Minnesota School of Architecture is the most comprehensive report on project teams using Integrated Project Delivery (IPD).

Since 2010, when AIA / AIA-California Council published the first IPD Case Study, the number of projects has continued to increase. Led by Renee Cheng, AIA, the AIA / AIA Minnesota / University of Minnesota team initially published their findings in February 2011 using an interactive matrix. This updated report augments information from both previous IPD case studies with survey analysis of 127 project team members, additional interviews and metrics for five of the 12 case studies, and a map of ongoing IPD projects.

Unique to this study is the opportunity to study a range of projects from early phases through completion. By following projects over time, the research team is able to offer insight on the evolution of integrated projects, collaborative culture, and areas of success and challenge for teams. You can view the IPD Case Studies in two formats: interactive PDF or static PDF form.

Download the updated IPD Case Studies report now!

 
 
 

Additional Resources:

Increase perceived design quality with collaborative delivery methods – Renee Cheng, AIA and Katy Dale, Assoc. AIA, April 2012

AIA Press Release – April 2012

Original AIA Press Release – February 2011

AIA / AIA-CC 2010 IPD Case Studies – January 2010

 

About the AIA Center for Integrated Practice:

The Center for Integrated Practice (CIP) is an online clearinghouse that contains useful reports, relevant industry events, contractual information, podcasts and discussion forums. The purpose of the CIP is to help remove barriers to collaboration, serve as a collector and conductor of project delivery outcomes and research, and develop resources and tools for AIA members, the profession, and the public.

 

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