AIA Contract Documents
With over 120 years of use, AIA Contract Documents are the most widely accepted contract document in the construction and design industry. Prepared by the AIA with the consensus of owners, contractors, attorneys, architects, engineers, and others, these comprehensive contracts address the full spectrum of design and construction projects, large and small.
More information can be found at National AIA
Purchasing Contract Documents
There are three ways to purchase documents:
- Paper Copies - You can purchase AIA Documents from AIASCV by:
- Stopping by AIASCV and purchasing in person. We only accept cash or check, no credit cards please.
- Downloading the Order Form and faxing your order to (408) 298-0611. The documents will be then be shipped via UPS along with an invoice.
- - This web-based solution provides easy access to download and print 16 of the most popular AIA Contract Documents from a simple web based tool. Docs on Demand is a cost-effective way for practitioners that only use a few contracts a year.
- Software License - You can purchase a yearly subscription to software with access to 100+ AIA documents. Easily fill in data fields, track edits, save custom templates and more. Compatible with Microsoft® Word and Excel.
TO ORDER FORMS AND CONTRACTS, CALL (408) 298-0611 OR firstname.lastname@example.org .
Updates to AIA Contract Documents
AIA Contract Documents are the industry’s most respected and widely-accepted contract agreements in the market, and have been for over 120 years and now, again we've made them better. The latest software release and associated documents, adds several new documents to both software subscribers and paper contract users.
AIA Contract Documents are reviewed on a rolling 10-year cycle. Many new AIA Contract Documents were released in October 2008. Significant changes were also made to reflect changes in industry trends and practices in 2007. The AIA prepared the 2007 Update, which consists primarily of agreements in the popular A201 family of documents, with input from owners, contractors, attorneys, architects and engineers. The 2007 Update includes nearly 40 contract documents, including new owner/architect agreements.