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Compares the A232-2009 and the A232-2009, General Conditions, CMa edition Sustainable Project version using track changes to show what information was added, using underlines and what information was deleted, using strikethroughs.
Compares the A401-2007 and the A401-2007 SP, Contractor/Subcontractor Agreement Sustainable Project version using track changes to show what information was added, using underlines and what information was deleted, using strikethroughs.
The AIA and AISC have published this paper to describe the roles and responsibilities of project participants in these design collaboration scenarios and offer definitions and guidelines that design professionals and the construction industry can adopt for their use.
This guide serves two purposes: it provides guidance to assist in preparing the Contract for Construction, and it provides model language that may be used to amend or supplement the Contract for Construction.
This guide provides guidance regarding the issues covered in owner-architect agreements, and it provides model language that may be used to amend or supplement owner-architect agreements. Standard form agreements typically require modification to tailor them to individual projects. The model language in this guide may be used to create modifications that may be made directly in the owner-architect agreement or attached in a separate document. The information and model language in this guide is presented by issue, such as Insurance, and Standard of Care. This guide is not a standard form document. Model language is sometimes presented in several alternative versions, and some language presented may not be appropriate for a particular situation
THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS encourages all of its members, their firms, and state and local components to engage in providing pro bono services as part their contributions to the highest aspirations of the architecture profession and the Institute in service to society. Through participation in whatever format they may choose, every member of the AIA can support and further the values of the Institute in terms of its advocacy for sustainable design and practices, diversity, and elevation of the stature of the profession of architecture in the eyes of the public.
Options for calculating the architectural area, architectural volume and assignable area of a building. Because there is no single standard for calculating areas and volumes of buildings, concurrence as to method(s) used and conformance to applicable building code(s) is necessary.
This course explores digital trends in design and construction (such as BIM) and investigates the effects digital developments in the field have on project participants, project success and the public in general.