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Synopses of AIA Contract Documents by family, based on project type or delivery method:
Conventional (A201) family, Construction Manager as Adviser (CMa) family, Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc) family, Design-Build family, Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) family, Interiors family, International family and Small Projects family, plus digital practice documents and contract administration/project management forms.
Synopses of AIA Contract Documents by series, based on document use or purpose:
A-Series, owner/contractor agreements; B-Series, owner/architect agreements; C-Series, other agreements; D-Series, miscellaneous documents; E-Series, exhibits; and G-Series, contract administration and project management forms.
Guides for amendments or supplementary conditions to AIA owner/architect and owner/contractor agreements, including AIA Documents A503™ (Supplementary Conditions), A533™ (Supplementary Conditions, CMa Edition), B503™ (Amendments to O/A Agreements), B509™ (Supplementary Conditions to AIA Document B109™, for use on Condominium Projects), and D503™ (Sustainable Projects Guide). Also, guidance and model language for creating bridge amendments to expired AIA Documents B141™ (O/A Agreement) and B151™ (O/A Agreement—Project of Limited Scope).
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Articles by members of the AIA Documents Committee, AIA staff and other experts in the field of architectural design and practice on a variety of topics: sustainability, digital practice, integrated project delivery (IPD), AGC ConsensusDOCS and the 2007 update of core AIA documents. Recently added: AIA Documents for Use on Sustainable Projects, by Susan Van Bell, Esq., Director and Associate Counsel, AIA Contract Documents Content.
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Commentaries on AIA Documents A201™–2007 (General Conditions of the Contract for Construction), B101™–2007 (Owner/Architect Agreement) and C191™–2009 (Multi-Party Agreement for Integrated Project Delivery); and the AIA Bond Forms commentary and comparison (AIA Documents A310™–2010, Bid Bond, and A312™–2010, Performance Bond and Payment Bond).
Comparisons of basic documents and new Sustainable Projects documents, including AIA Documents A101™/A101™ SP (Owner/Contractor Agreement), A201™/A201™ SP (General Conditions) and B101™/B101™ SP (Owner/Architect Agreement). Also, comparisons of current and former editions of CMa, CMc and Conventional (A201) documents, including AIA Documents A101™ (Owner/Contractor Agreement), A201™ (General Conditions) and B101™/B151 (Owner/Architect Agreement).
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A description of the AIA’s document numbering system, and lists of AIA Contract Documents, by family, (A201, CMa, Design-Build, etc.) and AIA Contract Documents, by series, (A-Series, owner/architect agreements; B-Series, owner/contractor agreements; etc.), with information about availability in AIA Contract Documents® software (for architects, attorneys, contractors, or owners or developers), in paper from local distributors, or from the Web-based AIA Documents on Demand® service. Several AIA documents are available free of charge on this Web site (see Amendments and Supplementary Conditions and Other Reference Material).
Frequently asked questions (FAQs), modifications to AIA documents, and documents to download free of charge, including AIA Documents A521™, Uniform Location of Subject Matter; B106™, O/A Agreement for Pro Bono Services; and E202™, Building Information Modeling Protocol Exhibit (sample copy). An interactive B106 form is available free-of-charge from AIA Documents on Demand®.
Visit the Contract Documents Training & Education Portal for podcasts, Webinars and on-demand courses. The Contract Documents Knowledge Base answers some 500 questions about purchasing AIA contract documents, using AIA Contract Documents® software, and selecting and understanding AIA contract documents and administrative forms.
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