From selecting your document from available templates to generating the final document ready for execution, your document passes through a number of stages, as explained below: Standard Templates Standard AIA templates are the basis of your draft documents, and comprise the AIA text only. Draft Documents When you first create a new agreement or form based on a template, it is generated as a draft document indicated by a draft icon in your project documents. The documents also have a distinctive graphic style to differentiate them from final documents. Working Drafts Working drafts are fully editable documents in the Online Editor. They incorporate your project and project team data, as well as other document-specific data needed to complete a document. All the A, B, C, and E series documents, as well as G and G, are working drafts Form Drafts Form drafts are opened in the online Form Editor, where you can only complete certain information fields fill points.
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AIA Document G— is not a stand-alone document, and is intended to be used with E— to detail the agreed upon Digital Data protocols for the Project. Digital Data refers to information, including communications, drawings, specifications and designs, created or stored for the Project in digital form.
AIA Document E— allows the Parties to document, at the outset of the Project, their general expectations about how, and the extent to which, Digital Data and Building Information Modeling will be used and relied upon on the Project. Once agreed to, the protocols are memorialized in G— and G— Once agreed to and set forth in G—, the Project Participants are required to transmit, use, store and archive Digital Data in accordance with the Digital Data protocols.
By the terms of the E—, however, each Project Participant has agreed to follow the protocols once established and agreed upon, as well as any subsequently agreed upon revisions to the protocols. AIA Document G— is intended to be used on any project that utilizes Digital Data, whether the project is delivered by traditional methods or Integrated Project Delivery.
Related Documents. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with E— and, if the Parties intend to use Building Information Modeling on the Project, G— AIA Contract Documents are the product of a consensus-building process aimed at balancing the interests of all parties on the construction project. The documents reflect actual industry practices, not theory. They are state-of-the-art legal documents, regularly revised to keep up with changes in law and the industry—yet they are written, as far as possible, in everyday language.
Finally, AIA Contract Documents are flexible: they are intended to be modified to fit individual projects, but in such a way that modifications are easily distinguished from the original, printed language. If a combination of AIA documents and non-AIA documents is to be used, particular care must be taken to achieve consistency of language and intent among documents. Standard Forms. Rather, the AIA standard documents are intended to be used as fair and balanced baselines from which the parties can negotiate their bargains.
As such, the documents have won general acceptance within the construction industry and have been uniformly interpreted by the courts. Within an industry spanning 50 states—each free to adopt different, and perhaps contradictory, laws affecting that industry—AIA documents form the basis for a generally consistent body of construction law. Use of Current Documents. This document is a copyrighted work and may not be reproduced or excerpted from without the express written permission of the AIA.
There is no implied permission to reproduce this document, nor does membership in The American Institute of Architects confer any further rights to reproduce this document.
The AIA hereby grants the purchaser a limited license to reproduce a maximum of ten copies of a completed G, but only for use in connection with a particular project.
The AIA will not permit reproduction outside of the limited license for reproduction granted above, except upon written request and receipt of written permission from the AIA. Rights to reproduce the document may vary for users of AIA software. The updated Digital Practice documents include a substantial amount of content from E— and E— The content, however, has been restructured, edited and expanded upon in an effort to make the updated documents more useable and comprehensive.
This process has resulted in a set of documents that are structurally different from their predecessors. Particularly with respect to professional or contractor licensing laws, building codes, taxes, monetary and interest charges, arbitration, indemnification, format and font size, AIA Contract Documents may require modification to comply with state or local laws.
Users are encouraged to consult an attorney before completing or modifying a document. Using AIA software, modifications to insert information and revise the standard AIA text may be made as the software permits.
By reviewing properly made modifications to a standard AIA Contract Document, parties familiar with that document can quickly understand the essence of the proposed relationship. Commercial exchanges are greatly simplified and expedited, good faith dealing is encouraged, and otherwise latent clauses are exposed for scrutiny. AIA Contract Documents may not be retyped or electronically scanned.
Retyping can introduce typographic errors and cloud legal interpretation given to a standard clause. Completing G—
Duramar The construction manager as adviser edition expands responsibility for certification of substantial completion to include both architect and construction manager. Request for Proposal ala Geotechnical Services. Provisions directing the owner to provide specific project-related information to the geotechnical engineer. In order for an architect to properly perform its services, the owner typically needs to hire a land surveyor and geotechnical engineer to assess the state of the property. Provides a standard form for an owner, architect, and contractor to request further information from g60 other during construction.
G601–1994, Request for Proposal—Land Survey