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Gallery Case Study. Outdoor Rooms. The AIA Documents Overview The AIA Documents, developed by the American Institute of Architects, are standard forms of agreement, first developed in the 's, that have been carefully reviewed, court-tested, and modified over many years. Widely used by and accepted in the construction industry, they present a current consensus among organizations representing owners, lawyers, contractors, engineers, and architects. Documents for Affordable Housing Design The AIA's complete suite of documents contains close to 70 different forms of agreement, covering everything form owner-contractor relationships to geotechnical services to certificates of final completion.
For the purposes of the Design Advisor, the key documents are those in the "B-Series" which relate to various forms of agreement between an owner and an architect for professional services. Within the B-Series the two documents most directly applicable to affordable housing developments are: B Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for Housing Services - a more specialized document targeted primarily at multi-unit housing projects.
Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect with Standard Form of Architect's Service B is a flexible contracting package that allows architects to offer a broad range of services to clients spanning the life of a project, from conception to completion and beyond. It is structured in a multipart format consisting of an agreement form, the Standard Form of Agreement, that contains initial information, terms and conditions and compensation; and a service form, the Standard Form of Architect's Services: Design and Contract Administration, that defines the architect's scope of services, one that approximates the level of services I the prior edition of B The separation of the scope of services from the rest of the owner-architect agreement allows users the freedom to choose alternative scopes of services.
The AIA intends to publish additional scopes of services that correlate to the terms and conditions of B Click here to see a sample version of the B document. This document may be used with a variety of compensation methods, including percentage of construction cost, multiple of direct personnel expense and stipulated sum.
B is intended to be used in conjunction with A, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction. Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for a Small Project AIA Document B is a standard form of agreement between owner and architect intended for use on a small project: one that is modest in size and brief in duration. It is one of three documents, including AIA Documents A and A, that comprise the Small Projects family of documents and is not a substitute for other documents that are typically applicable to more complex projects.
This three-part document contains, among other things, a thorough list of 83 possible services divided among nine phases, covering pre-design through supplemental services. This detailed classification allows the architect to more accurately estimate the time and personnel costs required for a particular project.
Both owner and architect benefit from the ability to clearly establish the scope of services required for the project, as responsibilities and compensation issues are negotiated and defined.
Part One of the document deals with variables typical of many owner-architect agreements, such as compensation and scope of services. The scope of services is delimited through use of a matrix that allows the parties to designate their agreed-upon services and responsibilities. Part Two contains detailed descriptions of the specific services found in Part One's matrix. Part Three contains general descriptions of the parties' duties and responsibilities. Department of Housing and Urban Development and other federal housing agencies, and is primarily intended for use in multi-unit housing design.
B requires that the owner and not the architect furnish cost-estimating services. Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for Limited Architectural Services for Housing Projects Unlike B, B is intended for use in situations where the architect will provide limited architectural services in connections with a development housing project. It anticipates that the owner will have extensive control over management of the project, acting in a capacity similar to that of a developer or speculative builder of a housing project.
As a result, the owner or separate consultants retained by the owner likely will provide the engineering services, specify the brand names of materials and equipment, and administer payments to contractors, among other project responsibilities. B is not coordinated for use with any other AIA standard form contract.
Key provisions in AIA's Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Architect
B Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for Housing Services - a more specialized document targeted primarily at multi-unit housing projects. Tools and Resources. Development Process Overview. Design Phase Definitions. AIA Documents. Community Design Centers Overview. Dwelling Types Overview.