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The American Institute of Architects Official Guide to the 2007 AIA Contract Documents [With CDROM]
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Foreword v Acknowledgments vii Preface ix Part 1 The Aia Standard Documents 1 1 Introduction: Standardization of Construction Contracts 2 1.1 Freedom of Contract: The Concept of "Private Law-Making" 2 1.2 Construction Contract Documentation 4 1.3 The AIA Documents as a Management Tool 7 1.4 The AIA Documents as a Model 8 1.5 The AIA Documents as an Industry Standard 9 1.6 The AIA Documents as a Legal Standard 10 2 History of the AIA Documents 12 2.1 1860-1910: The Precursors 12 2.2 1910-1950: The Turbulent Years-Prosperity,Depression, and War 26 2.3 1950-1990: Drivers of the AIA Documents in the Modern Business Age 33 2.4 1990 to the Present: The Post-Industrial Age and the World Economy 36 3 The 2007 AIA Documents Development Process 38 3.1 Governing Factors 38 3.2 Drafting Principles 40 3.3 The Participants 41 3.4 The Drafting Process 44 4 The Document Families Described 46 4.1 The Numbering System and the Concept of Document Families 46 4.2 The Conventional (A201) Family-AIA's Core Documents 49 4.3 Additional and Supporting Documents and Guides 51 4.4 Administrative Forms (G-Series Documents) 59 4.5 The Interiors Family 59 4.6 The Construction Management Families 61 4.7 The Design-Build Family 65 4.8 Small Project Documents 67 4.9 International Documents 68 4.10 Digital Practice Documents 69 4.11 The Integrated Project Delivery Family 70 5 Educational and Supporting Resources 73 5.1 Instructions 73 5.2 Articles and Publications 75 5.3 The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice 75 5.4 Comparisons and Commentaries 76 5.5 Educational Programs at the National and Component Levels 77 5.6 Staff Assistance 77 5.7 For Lawyers: The AIA Legal Citator 78 5.8 Third-Party Resources: Articles, Conferences,and Texts 78 Part 2 The Aia Documents Companion 81 6 Basic Principles and Provisions 82 6.1 Common Terminology 82 6.2 Dispute Resolution 100 6.3 Risk Allocation 107 7 Owner-Contractor Agreement Forms 114 7.1 The AIA Document "Families" and the 2007 Editions of the Owner-Contractor Agreement Forms 114 7.2 Provisions of the Owner-Contractor Agreement Forms 117 8 The General Conditions of the Contract for Construction 151 8.1 Introduction: The 2007 Editions of the General Conditions 151 8.2 Provisions of the General Conditions 153 9 Guide Forms 248 9.1 Guides for Supplementary Conditions and Document Amendments 248 9.2 Owner's Instruction Forms 250 10 The Subcontract Forms 252 10.1 The AIA Subcontract Forms 252 10.2 Provisions of the Subcontract Forms 253 11 Procurement, Construction Administration, and Other Standard Forms 278 11.1 Preconstruction and Procurement Forms 278 11.2 Construction Administration Forms 281 11.3 Contract Completion and Closeout Forms 282 11.4 Architect's Office Administration Forms 284 12 Owner-Architect Agreement Forms 287 12.1 The AIA Document "Families" and the 2007 Editions of the Owner-Architect Agreement Forms 287 12.2 Provisions of the Standard Owner-Architect Agreement Forms 290 13 Architect-Consultant Agreement Forms 331 13.1 The AIA Standard Agreement Form: AIA Document C401 (TM)-2007 331 13.2 Provisions of the Architect-Consultant Agreement Form 332 14 Leading Cases Shaping and Interpreting AIA Contract Documents 344 14.1 The Early Legal Landscape 344 14.2 Cases Construing the Uniform Contract 349 14.3 The Middle Years-1915 to 1955 350 14.4 Liability Cases That Influenced the Documents in the 1960s and 1970s 354 14.5 Topical Cases 358 14.6 Special Risk Allocation Cases 360 Appendices A List of Illustrative Cases Interpreting the AIA Contract Documents 367 B AIA Contract Document Synopses by Family 369 C AIA Contract Documents 392 A101 (TM)-2007 393 A201 (TM)-2007 400 A401 (TM)-2007 438 B101 (TM)-2007 452 C401 (TM)-2007 473 Index 481

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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Since 1857, the AIA has represented the professional interests of America's architects. As AIA members, over 80,000 licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners express their commitment to excellence in design and livability in our nation's buildings and communities. Members adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct that assures the client, the public, and colleagues of an AIA-member architect's dedication to the highest standards in professional practice.

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