This course decodes the AIA contract language to offer candidates a road map for passing the 6th ARE exam. Learn the most efficient study package for candidates who want to know the most essential elements encountered in the testing center.
Looking for the most efficient and concise ARE 5.0 study material for your studies? In this course, Prepare for the ARE Vol. 6: Construction & Evaluation, you will experience a detailed look at the contract language to be seen on the exams, and the implications of the architect’s actions related to those questions. First, you will learn the risks and liabilities of architectural practice. Next, you will analyze the roles and responsibilities of the owner, contractor, and architect. Finally, you will explore how to observe construction and determine appropriate courses of action based on contractual obligations. When you're finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of successful ARE 5.0 candidates needed to pass the Construction & Evaluation exam.
Kevin is a Project Manager at a small architecture firm, and doubles as an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Mt. San Antonio College. His specialties are software-centric, with a focus on workflows for production efficiency and creative enterprise.
Course Overview Hi. I'm Kevin Griendling, an architect and professor of architecture in Southern California. And welcome to my course, Prepare for the ARE Volume 6: Construction and Evaluation. The ARE is one of the greatest challenges in your professional career and one that will prepare you for success in the field during bidding, negotiation, and construction. This course will help you develop a winning strategy for passing the exam by focusing on understanding the AIA contract language and how to translate them into actionable responses one can expect to encounter on the exam. Some of the major topics that we'll cover will include preconstruction, observation of construction, procedures and protocols, and closeout and post-occupancy evaluation. By the end of this course, you'll understand how to leverage your knowledge and resources to see a pass on exam day. From here, you should have a solid action plan to read and understand contract language, determine actionable pathways in real-world situations, and identify areas of the contracts that hold significant relevance to the exam. I hope you'll enjoy learning these exam prep strategies in Prepare for the ARE Volume 6: Construction and Evaluation with Pluralsight.