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ACH 231 Lecture 05 (Design Contracts Part 2)
 

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    ACH 231 Lecture 05 (Design Contracts Part 2) ACH 231 Lecture 05 (Design Contracts Part 2) Presentation Transcript

    • Design Contracts Part 2-Highlights of the AIA B141 Document
    • Highlights of AIA B141
      • Refer to CD-ROM in the back of your book for copy of B141 document
      • Print it out for reference
        • Pages 1-15; B141 Instructions
        • Pages 16-27; Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect with Standard Form of Architect’s Services
    • Review
      • Under Module 5, listed beneath Resources:
      • DO NOT PRINT THIS 63-PAGE DOCUMENT ON ANY OF THE ACH LAB COMPUTERS
      • save the .pdf on your flash drive, view as a digital file
    • Review
      • Read the introduction (pg 3-6) in B141 Commentary
      • Review B141 document for the AWD Building in Flagstaff, AZ
        • This document will be used for discussion in this lecture
    • What are the AIA Family of Documents?
      • A set of documents produced by the American Institute of Architects that are used as a means of contractual guidelines for construction projects
      • Benefits of the AIA Documents
        • Brings nationwide consistency and predictability to the construction contract process
        • Provides a level of fairness and equal basis to all parties involved in the contract a various levels; no one party is biased over another
        • Lends a familiarity and standard to expectations found in construction projects
        • Brings forth a cost-saving measure since these custom contracts are not required when the AIA docs are used
    • What are the AIA Family of Documents?
      • Drafted by the AIA Documents committee and several legal and insurance representatives in conjunction with several industry-related organizations
        • See page 222 for reference
    • AIA Documents-Organization
      • Documents are organized into two parts
        • Series (by type of contract)
          • Owner-Architect
          • Owner-Contractor
          • Architect-Consultant
        • Families (by type of document)
          • General conditions
          • Project delivery
          • Roles and responsibilities of participants
          • Risks and rewards
      Refer to Page 225 AIA Family of Documents
    • AIA Documents-Organization
      • Document Series relation
        • A Series
          • Owner-Contractor Agreement for construction services
        • B Series
          • Owner-Architect Agreement for professional services
        • C Series
          • Architect-Consultant Agreement for professional services
        • D Series
          • Architect-industry related
        • G Series
          • Contract and office administration related
    • What is the B141 Document?
      • Standard form of agreement between Owner and Architect for standard architectural services
      • All conditions of service, liability and compensation are stated in this agreement
    • B141 Legal & Copyright Information
      • On average, document gets updated/overhauled every 10 years
      • Use by licensed architects only
      • Reproduction and use also requires purchase of the documents from the AIA
    • The B141 is a CONTRACT--
      • A contract is a mutual agreement, which requires two or more parties and a matter or consideration to which the parties must agree upon.
    • B141-Parties, Matter Date of Agreement Owner Architect Project with detailed description
    • B141-Article 1.1 Initial Information
    • B141-Article 1.1 Initial Information
    • B141-Article 1.1 Initial Information
    • B141-Article 1.2 Responsibilities of Parties
    • B141-Article 1.2 Responsibilities of Parties
    • B141-Article 1.2 Responsibilities of Parties
    • B141-Article 1.2 Responsibilities of Parties
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.3 Terms and Conditions
    • B141-Article 1.4 Scope of Services
    • B141-Article 1.5 Compensation
    • B141-Article 1.5 Compensation
    • B141-Article 1.5 Compensation
    • B141-Standard Form of Architect’s Services: Design and Contract Administration
      • Table of Articles
        • 2.1 Project Administration Services
        • 2.2. Supporting Services
        • 2.3 Evaluation and Planning Services
        • 2.4 Design Services
        • 2.5 Construction Procurement Services
        • 2.6 Contract Administration Services
        • 2.7 Facility Operation Services
        • 2.8 Schedule of Services
        • 2.9 Modifications
    • NEXT LECTURE Project Delivery Methods Construction Management