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The American Institute of Architects is proud to announce the following four documents that launched on May 14, 2015:
1. AIA Document A145™–2015, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Design-Builder for a One or Two Family Residential Project is a streamlined, homeowner-friendly document created to meet the needs of residential design-builders.
2. AIA Document C102™–2015, Standard Form of Teaming Agreement between Team Manager and Team Member for the Purpose of Responding to a Solicitation and Pursuing a Project establishes the parties’ responsibilities in pursuing a project and requires them to negotiate project agreements up front.
3. AIA Document G742™–2015, Application and Certificate for Payment for a Design-Build Project
4. AIA Document G743™–2015, Continuation Sheet for a Design-Build Project
The new G742™–2015, Application and Certificate for Payment for a Design-Build Project and attendant G743™–2015, Continuation Sheet for a Design-Build Project are convenient forms on which the design-builder can apply for payment and the owner can certify the amount due. These forms round out the AIA’s commercial Design-Build Family of documents.
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If you have completed or are working on an IPD project with a multi-party agreement, or know someone who has, please consider participating...
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