AIA contract documents are the nearly 200 forms and contracts that define the relationships and conditions involved in planning and construction projects. Documents developed by AIA by consensus by owners, contractors, lawyers, architects, engineers and others have been well coordinated over their 131-year history. As a result, these contracts and complete forms are now widely recognized as an industry standard. AIA contract documents used by all experts in the sector, including architects, contractors, owners, consultants and lawyers, are divided into two categories: by family, based on project types or different methods of project resolution, and by series, on the basis of the parties to the agreement or use of the form. See you aiacontracts.org. B161–2002 (ehemals B611INT–2002), Standard Client-Consultant Agreement Form for Use When the Project Is Located Outside of U.S. AIA Document A521–2012, Uniform Location of Object E202–2008, Building Information Modeling Protocol Exhibit A104–2017 (ehemals A107–2007), Standard Short Form of Owner-Contractor Agreement Eines der aktualisierten CMa-Dokumente ist das Owner/Contractor Agreement A132 mit dem neuen Insurance and Bonds Exhibit. Ein Sustainable Projects Exhibit, E235-2019, wurde ebenfalls entwickelt, um die Rolle des CMa sowohl in der Vorbau- als auch in der Bauphase eines nachhaltigen Projekts zu berücksichtigen. G705-2001 (ex-G805-2001), list of subcontractors A503-2007 (formerly A511-1999), guide to additional conditions A251-2007 (ex-A275ID-2003), general conditions of contract for furniture, furniture and equipment G731-2019 (formerly G701™CMa-1992), Change Order, Construction Manager-Adviser Edition G736-2009 (ex-G722CMa-1992), project application and payment certificate, Construction Manager as Adviser Edition B503-2007 (formerly B511-2001), The guide to amendments ap Brought to the AIA-owners-architects agreements CMcs will be set up at the beginning of the pre-construction phase of a project in order to provide cooperation and contribution, which will allow greater efficiency from the beginning of the project. They also do the construction. The AIA Documents Committee received contributions from representatives of major CMc companies to update the CMc documents.
Substantial changes to the CMc documents include greater flexibility in the definition of CMc services during the pre-construction phase and a provision allowing the parties to agree on the commissioning of part of the work prior to the execution of the maximum guaranteed price (GMP) change. . . .