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Comparisons of AIA Documents for Sustainable Projects

Comparisons of basic and Sustainable Projects (SP) versions of AIA Contract Documents in an underline/strikethrough format showing sustainability provisions and original text.

Conventional (A201) Family

A101/A101 SP, Owner/Contractor Agreement—Stipulated Sum

A201/A201 SP, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction

A401/A401 SP, Contractor/Subcontractor Agreement

B101/B101 SP, Owner/Architect Agreement

B103/B103 SP, Owner/Architect Agreement—Large or Complex Project

C401/C401 SP, Architect/Consultant Agreement

For more information about the use of Conventional (A201) AIA documents for sustainable projects, see AIA Document D503, Guide for Sustainable Projects, which also includes an Example of a Sustainability Plan (D503, Exhibit F). See Chapter 9 of the Guide for a discussion of the Sustainability Plan.

Construction Manager as Adviser (CMa) Family

A132/A132 SP, Owner/Contractor Agreement, CMa Edition

A232/A232 SP, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, CMa Edition.

B132/B132 SP, Owner/Architect Agreement, CMa Edition

C132/C132 SP, Owner/Construction Manager as Adviser Agreement

Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc) Family

A133/A133 SP, Owner/Construction Manager as Constructor Agreement—Cost of the Work,
with GMP

A134/A134 SP, Owner/ Construction Manager as Constructor Agreement —Cost of the Work, no GMP

For questions about the content of specific documents, which document to use, or how to complete a document, call (202) 626-7526 or contact Also visit the AIA Contract Documents Knowledge Base, which answers some 500 questions about purchasing documents, using AIA Contract Documents® software, and selecting and understanding AIA documents and forms.

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