Aia Preconstruction Agreement

C727-1992, Standard Form of Agreement Between Architect and Consultant for Special Services AIA Document C727™-1992 contains only the terms of the agreement between the architect and the consultant – the description of the services is entirely left to the parties and must be inserted in the agreement or inserted in an annex. It is often used for planning, feasibility studies, post-occupancy studies and other services requiring specific descriptions. One of the updated CMa documents is the A132 Owner/Contractor Agreement with the new Insurance and Obligations Agreement. An exhibit sustainable project, E235-2019, has also been designed to take into account the role of the CMa in the pre-construction and construction phase of a sustainable project. B133-2014, Standard form of agreement Between Owner and Architect, Construction Manager as Constructor Edition AIA Document B133™-2014 is a standard form of agreement between owner and architect for projects in which an owner employs a site manager as an advisor during the pre-construction phase. On a date to be mutually agreed between the owner and the site manager, and in agreement with the architect, the site manager shall draw up a proposal for a maximum guaranteed price or control estimate, depending on its applicability, for verification and acceptance by the owner. Then, the site manager builds the project on the basis of labor cost plus fees, with or without a guaranteed maximum price, and the architect provides contract management services during the construction phase. B133-2014 expects the site manager to submit specifications and schedules for the project. B133-2014 must be used with AIA document A201™-2007, general conditions of the construction contract that it contains by reference and either A133-2009, standard form of the agreement between the owner and the site manager as site manager, whose basis of payment is the cost of labor, plus a fee at the maximum guaranteed price or A134-2009. Standard form of the agreement between the owner and the contracting authority as the contracting authority, in which the basis of payment is the cost of labour plus a fee without a guaranteed maximum price. “Until they have a number of plans, the relationship is already well formed,” Atlas said.

It is still possible for these owners to pursue a traditional bidding process, but due to early cooperation, the relationship becomes more of a relationship in which the pre-drafting service contractor appears as a designer. B172-2013, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for Architect of Record Services AIA Document B172™-2013 contains the agreement between the owner and the registration architect, a separate entity independent of the program manager and design manager and acting as the project-specific architect. . . .