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Construction Projects in the Wine Industry: Tips for a Successful Project

Wine Industry Education Series
May 15, 2019 at 8:00am9:30am (PST)
Bardessono Napa Valley

6526 Yount St, Yountville, CA 94599

Wine tasting has shifted from a simple experience standing at a wine bar to a full-fledged entertainment featuring food pairings, strolls through the vineyards and gardens, music and overnight hospitality. To meet customer expectations, wineries are expanding their tasting experience and have begun developing their facilities to accommodate these changes.

With some pre-planning and the use of AIA forms, construction projects can be completed on an expedited schedule, on budget and with minimal outside influence. Join our discussion as we outline:

  • Key considerations when embarking on a construction project
  • Pros and cons of using AIA forms
  • Differences between the 2007 and 2017 AIA form series
  • Success factors to streamline your project and achieve your objectives

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