Recently, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) released the latest version of their set of standard contract documents, covering a wide range of agreements necessary to construction. It includes the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction (AIA A201), which governs the relationship between owner and contractor, and is incorporated into its architect agreement. AGC did not endorse...Read More.
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Brian Perlberg Senior Counsel for Construction Law, AGC of America Executive Director, ConsensusDocs Georgia Construction Today Summer/Fall 2017
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently released a new edition of the AIA A201 General Terms and Conditions Document along with the AIA A-Series agreements and Exhibits. The AIA A201 2017 edition marks the first time AGC’s 99 year history that AIA did not solicit AGC’s input in the development of the document (or share an advanced copy)...Read More
Bill Blancato General Counsel, Doughton Rich Blancato PLLC
There is an old adage: “Never say never.” This is usually good advice, but when an owner bonds a general contractor or a general contractor bonds a subcontractor you need to ignore the adage and NEVER accept an...Read More