2012 CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

DATE: LOCATION: PARKING:

01 70 00 PROJECT CLOSEOUT | ARE WE DONE YET?
29 September 2012 – Saturday JAMA: 950 S. Grand Avenue – Los Angeles, CA 90015 Free – self-parking in parking garage on site.

Intern Development Program (IDP) candidates earn supplementary education credit(s) (elective credit[s]) for attending this seminar/ lecture. These credits can be used to satisfy IDP requirements for credit hours.

7:30 – 8:05 a.m. 8:05 – 8:15 a.m. 8:15 – 9:30 a.m.

REGISTRATION + COFFEE and PASTRIES. WELCOMING REMARKS: Frank Bostrom AIA CSI Moderator: Sam J. Muir, Esq – Collins, Collins, Muir & Stewart, LLP TOPIC: 01 77 00 DSA | CLOSEOUT | MAJOR ISSUES Chester “Chet” Widom, FAIA California State Architect, DSA, | Paul Coleman, Deputy Director of FDD–OSHPD TOPIC: ALTERNATIVE PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS – THEY CHANGE THE PROCESS R K Stewart, FAIA LEED® AP – Associate Principal of Perkins + Will | Barbara Wagner Senior Vice President – Clark Construction Group – California, LP | J. Stuart Eckblad, AIA – Director, Design and Construction Mission Bay Hospitals project, UCSF Medical Center, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital * REFRESHMENT BREAK * TOPIC: 01 70 00 TECHNOLOGY and the CLOSEOUT PROCESS Marcello Sgambelluri, SE, BIM Director – John A. Martin Structural Engineers Michael N. Smith, BIM Manager LEED® AP – C.W. Driver | Jay B Zallan BIM Director – Perkowitz+Ruth Architects & Studio111 | TOPIC: 01 80 00 PROJECT CLOSEOUT—THE TRANSITION TO OPERATIONS and MAINTENANCE Julie Davis (Dobyns) CSI CDT, ASHE CHC, LEED AP BD+C, CHD EDAC, BCSP STS – DPR Construction | Ignatius (Iggi) Chau – Chau + Associates, Inc. | Richard R. (Toby) Pugh, AIA – Director of Facilities Standards and Specifications – Walt Disney Imagineering | * LUNCH - REFRESHMENT BREAK *

9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

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9:30 – 9:45 a.m. 9:45 – 10:45 a.m.

10:45 – 11:45 a.m.

11:45 – 12:15 p.m. 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.

TOPIC: 01 91 00 BUILDING COMMISSIONING Bruce Nelson – Nelson + Okerlund Project Management | Gary A. Brennen, PE LEED AP CRM – Co-president Syska Hennesy Group Inc | Peter Barsuk, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP B+C – Gensler TOPIC: CLOSEOUT and RISK MANAGEMENT Joe Back, AIA CSI, CCS – Associate Senior VP for Campus Development & Facilities Management USC | Brodie Stevens, Esq. – Perkins+Will | Debra Gerod, AIA LEED ®AP – Gruen Associates | PANELIST REBUTTAL TIME QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE and

1:15 – 2:15 p.m.

2:15 – 2:45 p.m.

Supported by: AIA Long Beach / South Bay Chapter | AIA Pasadena—Foothill Chapter | AIA San Fernando Valley Chapter

JAMA 950 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90015 213.453.6490 [T] www.johnmartin.com

• PARKING • DIRECTIONS • SECURITY•
• ALLOW TIME FOR SECURITY CHECK IN TO OCCUR IN YOUR PLANS •

The address of our building is 950 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90015. However, please note that the entrance to our parking structure is 951 South Olive, Los Angeles, 90015. The cross street for both is Olympic Blvd. If you drive, go North on Olive Street and turn left into the last driveway of the Parking Structure (the entrance without any bollards) and proceed up the ramp. Stay to the left and speak to the security officer. Park in any unmarked parking spaces on Levels P3 thru P6. After parking your car, proceed to elevator. Push “1” to get to the security check-point lobby. After you have cleared security, go through the turnstile using your badge, to interior elevator, then proceed to the 4th Floor. For Pedestrians, there is ONLY one (1) entrance. ONLY the Olive Street entrance is open on Saturday. SEE THE MAP ABOVE. FEDERAL HIGH SECURITY: They search your trunk, under the car etc. Be prepared to stop, present your driver’s license and be searched. After entering the building you will be logged in and may be searched again. [On the other hand, once in the lecture hall, you are very, very safe.]

Visitor Parking at LA Branch | JAMA
Step 1: To find the parking lot entrance, you turn off of Olympic nto Olive. For your reference, the building at the corner of Olympic and Olive is the former Fed building (gray marble) which has been converted to residential lofts called The Reserve. Step 2: Once you pass this building, ours is next door (brown marble). Stay in the far left lane on Olive and the parking entrance is the last opening of our building – fourth driveway; the other entrances are for deliveries. Step 3: Proceed up the ramp, stay to the left and stop at the guard station. Notify the Federal Reserve Police Officer the reason for your visit. The Police Officer will already have a manifest with your arrival information. After confirming the identity of the vehicle occupants, our Police Officer will conduct a brief undercarriage search of your vehicle and will instruct which floor to park. Step 4: Once you park, take the elevator to the first floor. 1 Everyone entering the Bank will be required to walk through the metal detector and all carried items will be screened by use of an x-ray machine. Items determined to be weapons will not be permitted (eg.: guns, knives, pepper spray, mace, etc.). Anyone found to be in possession of illegal weapons will be subject to arrest. In addition, cameras are not permitted inside the building. 2 Police Services will notify your point of contact of your arrival. Your contact will meet you at the entrance and escort you into the building. Reminder: 1. Each visitor must provide government-issued photo identification (e.g. valid passport, driver’s license, or state-issued identification card) that matches his or her name as it appears on the manifest. 4. All visitors must have confirmed prior arrangements for their visit with their LA Branch contact in order to receive entrance into the building. 5. We have security checks similar to those at airports.

2012 CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
01 70 00 PROJECT CLOSEOUT | ARE WE DONE YET?
SEMINAR SPONSORS - EXHIBITORS

Marcia Falk, Director of Architectural Services

 

P.O. Box 252, Etiwanda , CA 91739 Phone: 916-214-9334/ Fax: 909-803-0843/ www.woodworkinstitute.com

ADVANCE REGISTRATION FORM - RESERVATIONS REQUIRED by: SEPT. 26, 2012
REGISTRATION IS FIRST COME, FIRST RESERVED – PREPAID. SPACE IS LIMITED TO: 100 PARTICIPANTS AT JAMA IN LOS ANGELES. REGISTER: ON LINE – www. lacsi.org –or– BY CHECK / MAIL: LACSI 205 Avenue I–Suite 6, Redondo Beach, CA 90277-5619 Provide your AIA Number / CSI Number LEGIBLY at the time of registration to receive HSW Continuing Education Credits. NOTE: REGISTRATION INCLUDES BOX LUNCH and CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST NAME: ________________________________________________________ AMOUNT ENCLOSED: _______________________ ADDRESS: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ CITY: _____________________________ STATE: ________________ ZIP CODE: ______________________________________ TELE NO. __________________________ FAX NO. __________________________ E-MAIL ____________________________ AIA NUMBER: ______________________________________ CSI NUMBER: _________________________________________ ❏ $75 NON-MEMBER LACSI is a member of USGBC. ❏ $55 MEMBERS AIA / LACSI / OCCSI / ACIA / SEAOC / AWA+D 6 AIA HSW CONT. ED. CREDITS

The Los Angeles Chapter Construction Specifications Institute 205 Avenue I – Suite 6 Redondo Beach, California 90277-5619 Supported by: American Institute of Architects Long Beach / South Bay Chapter San Fernando Valley Chapter AWA+D Association of Women in Architecture + Design John A. Martin & Associates (JAMA) 950 South Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90015

AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION INSPECTRORS ASSOCIATION

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute

LACSI education program
CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SEMINAR 01 70 00 PROJECT CLOSE OUT | ARE WE DONE YET?
The project closeout process does not begin at the end of construction. It begins at the start of construction and runs throughout the course of construction. This seminar will help you understand the roles of the architect, the engineers, the contractor, the state agencies, and the owner during this important part of the construction process. Our roster of California building professionals will address all aspects of this critical process, including closeout procedures, closeout submittals, closeout inspections, substantial completion, final completion, and owner occupancy. Furthermore, they’ll look at some of the common pitfalls of the Project Closeout Process. Learning Objectives • Learn how Project Delivery Methods influence Project Closeout– Understand IPD Contracts [Overview] and Pitfalls. • Understand how technology such as—REVIT, BIM, BIM Model ownership and turn-over change the way we work. • Learn how to control factors that lead to difficult situations with Building Commissioning and Green Commissioning. • Learn the “right” way of Substantial Completion, Punch Lists, Inspections, and Building Operations • Understand what happens to the closeout documents: Record Drawings, Archiving, and Storage. *PLEASE JOIN US * SATURDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER 2012*

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