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Fall 2015 New Contract Documents
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced the release of new AIA documents including an Owner/Consultant Agreement with Land Surveying and Geotechnical Engineering Scope of Service Exhibits and six new design-build forms that now complete the Design-Build family of documents. Learn more and download samples for free!
Benefiting You and the Industry
The documents produced by the AIA are the most widely used standard form contracts in the construction industry. They facilitate communication among all the parties involved in construction, which makes it easier to produce a high quality project in a timely and economical fashion.
AIA Documents are fair.
AIA contracts and forms are consensus documents that reflect advice from practicing architects, contractors and engineers and well as owners, surety bond producers, insurers and attorneys. AIA documents balance the interests of all the parties, so not one interest, including that of the architect, is unfairly represented.
AIA documents reflect industry practices, not theory.
Where pracrices are inconsistent or no guidelines for practice exist, AIA documents provide a consensus-based model for practitioners to follow.
AIA documents reflect changing construction practices and technology.
AIA documents are revised regularly to accommodate changes in professional and industry practices, insurance and technology.
AIA documents are flexible.
AIA documents can be easily modified to accommodate individual project demands. Such changes are easily distinguished from the original, printed language.
AIA documents are easy to interpret.
AIA documents use the common meaning of words and phrases. Industry and legal jargon is avoided whenever possible.