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      American Institute of Architects Expands Documents-On-Demand™ Service with 24 New AIA Contract Documents

      Web-based solution adds Contract Administration and Project Management Documents to AIA Documents-on-Demand.

      Contact: Sarah Sanzari
      Peppercom
      212-931-6175
      ssanzari@peppercom.com

      For immediate release:
      Washington, D.C. – November 15, 2011 –
      The American Institute of Architects (AIA) today announced that it has added 31 documents to AIA Documents-on-Demand™, bringing the total number of documents available through this service to 79. This is the largest addition to Documents-on-Demand and includes most of the G Series forms for Contract Administration and Project Management, which are widely-used among contractors. Other documents added to support design and construction projects include documents from the A series for Owner/Contractor, B series for Owner/Architect, C series for Other Agreements and E for Exhibits.

      “I have utilized Documents-on-Demand multiple times and have always found the process to be very user-friendly; it is a timely way to receive the latest documents in a cost-effective fashion,” said Bruce Jackson, Architect and Owner, Jackson Associates, Marble Falls, TX. “The most attractive feature of the software, to me, is the fact that I can log-on from home during the middle of the night to purchase documents, if need be.”

      AIA Documents-on-Demand is a popular, cost effective, Web-based service that enables both PC and MAC users to easily access, electronically fill out and print the latest AIA Contract Documents anytime and anywhere with access to the Internet and a printer. Over 18,000 documents have been downloaded through Documents-on-Demand, since January 2011.

      “The continued success of AIA Documents-on-Demand within the design and construction industry can be attributed in part to the ease and flexibility around accessing documents, as well as the cost-saving benefits,” said Molly Lindblom, Managing Director, AIA Contract Documents. “As we further expand the number of documents offered through this service, we strive to keep our users’ needs top of mind by providing the most relevant and time-saving solutions.”

      The following documents have been added to AIA Documents-on-Demand:

        1. A701–1997, Instructions to Bidders

        2. B103–2007, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for a Large or Complex Project

        3. B144ARCH-CM–1993, Standard Form of Amendment for the Agreement Between Owner and Architect where the Architect Provides Construction Management Services as an Adviser to the Owner

        4. C101–1993, Joint Venture Agreement for Professional Services

        5. C106–2007, Digital Data Licensing Agreement

        6. C727–1992, Standard Form of Agreement Between Architect and Consultant for Special Services

        7. E201–2007, Digital Data Protocol Exhibit

        8. G601™–1994, Request for Proposal – Land Survey

        9. G602™–1993, Request for Proposal – Geotechnical Services

        10. G704™CMa–1992, Certificate of Substantial Completion, Construction Manager-Adviser Edition

        11. G704™DB–2004, Acknowledgement of Substantial Completion of a Design-Build Project

        12. G705™–2001, List of Subcontractors

        13. G707™–1994, Consent of Surety to Final Payment

        14. G707A™–1994, Consent of Surety to Reduction in or Partial Release of Retainage

        15. G709™–2001, Work Changes Proposal Request

        16. G710™–1992, Architect's Supplemental Instructions

        17. G711™–1972, Architect's Field Report

        18. G712™–1972, Shop Drawing and Sample Record

        19. G714™–2007, Construction Change Directive

        20. G714™CMa–1992, Construction Change Directive, Construction Manager-Adviser Edition

        21. G715™–1991, Supplemental Attachment for ACORD Certificate of Insurance 25-S

        22. G716™–2004, Request for Information

        23. G737™–2009, Summary of Contractors' Applications for Payment, Construction Manager as Adviser Edition

        24. G801™–2007, Notification of Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement

        25. G802™–2007, Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement

        26. G803™–2007, Amendment to the Consultant Services Agreement

        27. G804™–2001, Register of Bid Documents

        28. G806™–2001, Project Parameters Worksheet

        29. G807™–2001, Project Team Directory

        30. G809™–2001, Project Abstract

        31. G810™–2001, Transmittal Letter

      AIA Documents-on-Demand allow users who do not need or cannot afford the convenience, extensive selection and ease-of-use of AIA Contract Document software to purchase and download only the AIA Contract Document forms and agreements necessary for a certain project. Access to the service is free. The price per document ranges from $4.95 to $19.95.

      Availability
      The new AIA Contract Documents on AIA Documents-on-Demand are currently available for purchase. Please visit http://documentsondemand.aia.org.

      More information about AIA Contract Documents can be found at www.aia.org/contractdocs. AIA Contract Documents software can be purchased at www.aia.org/contractdocs/purchase. Documents in paper form are available through the AIA’s full service distributors. For a listing of full service distributors and pricing information, please visit www.aia.org/docs_purchase.

      About The American Institute of Architects
      For over 150 years, members of the American Institute of Architects have worked with each other and their communities to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings and cityscapes. Members adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct to ensure the highest standards in professional practice. Embracing their responsibility to serve society, AIA members engage civic and government leaders and the public in helping find needed solutions to pressing issues facing our communities, institutions, nation and world. Visit www.aia.org.

 

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