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comprehensive than the 2004 exhibit.
A141™-2004 had some insurance provisions in the terms and conditions
exhibit and some in the insurance and
bonds exhibit. For ease of use, the
2014 version contains all of the insurance provisions in Exhibit B. Separate
fill points are provided to list required
policy limits for each type of insurance. New insurance requirements
in 2014 include professional liability
and pollution insurance. The exhibit
contains a table to list the type and
penal sum of performance and payment bonds.
A141-2014 includes a new exhibit
for Sustainable Projects (Exhibit C)
for use when the owner intends to
pursue one or more sustainability
goals, referred to as the owner's sustainable objective. Exhibit C is used
to identify the scope of the designbuilder's sustainability services and
the owner's obligations in relation to
achieving the sustainable objective.
The Sustainable Projects exhibit is
derived from the previously published
AIA Sustainable Projects Documents.
The format of the A142-2014
Design-Builder/Contractor agreement
is similar to the previous edition.
The agreement terms are supplemented with exhibits for the terms
and conditions (Exhibit A), insurance
and bonding provisions (Exhibit B),
preconstruction services (Exhibit
C), and determination of the cost of
the work (Exhibit D). A142-2014 was
also generally updated to be more
consistent with current AIA Contract
Documents language.
The new design-build documents
address the use of building information modeling (BIM). The agreements
encourage the parties to establish
protocols governing the use of BIM.
The documents specify that, unless
otherwise agreed, the parties will use
AIA Document E203™-2013, Building
Information Modeling and Digital
Data Exhibit, to establish protocols
for the development, use, transmission, and exchange of digital data and
building information modeling.
AIA Document A145™-2015,
Standard Form of Agreement Between

Owner and Design-Builder for a One
or Two Family Residential Project,
is a new document for residential
design-build projects. A145 consists
of the agreement and a design-build
amendment that is executed when
the owner and design-builder have
agreed on the contract sum.
A145 is significantly shorter than
A141-2014, which is geared toward
larger commercial construction
projects. A145 is streamlined to
include  the provisions that are
most relevant to residential owners
and design-builders. A145 includes
flexible compensation provisions,
a process for development of the
owner's criteria, and fill points for
jurisdictional requirements unique
to residential construction. A145
is structured so that the articles
appear in the same order as in
A141, making it easy to perform a
side-by-side comparison between
the two documents.
The AIA publishes several forms
customized for use in design-build
projects, including G744™-2014,
Certificate of Substantial Completion
for a Design-Build Project, and G742™2015 and G743™-2015, Payment
Application and Continuation Sheet
for a Design-Build Project.

Another new document is AIA
Document C102™-2015, Standard
Form of Teaming Agreement Between
Team Manager and Team Member
for the Purpose of Responding to a
Solicitation and Pursuing a Project.
C102 is intended to allow multiple or
cross-disciplinary parties to form a
team to provide services necessary
to submit a proposal, in response to
a solicitation, for a shared opportunity project. C102 is not limited to
use within a single project delivery method and can be used for
responses to requests for proposals, design competitions, designbuild competitions, or public/private
partnerships.
For samples of the 2014 designbuild documents, see www.aia.org/
designbuild. For samples of the new
2015 documents, see www.aia.org/
newdocs. For additional information,
see http://www.aia.org/contractdocs/
index.htm.
●
Susan Van Bell, Esq. is Senior
Director and Counsel for AIA Contract
Documents. She works on the development of AIA documents and coordinates their production. She can be
reached at susanvanbell@aia.org or
202.626.7397.

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015

NASBP Upcoming Meetings & Events
2015-2016 NASBP Executive Committee
From the CEO - There is Poetry in Surety Claims, Surely
Practical Insights: What You Need to Know - Hiding in Plain Sight: Specifications as a Source of Risk
Profile: President Susan Hecker
Developing Your Leadership Vision
Liability Issues - Can Public Owners be Held Liable to Subcontractors and Suppliers for Failure to Require General Contractors to Obtain Required Payment Bond?
An Introduction to Probate Bonds
Class Act - Surety Team’s Cooperative Efforts Enable School to Open on Time
NASBP’s Attorney Advisory Council - Participants Opine on Current Risk Management Challenges and Business Opportunities
The AIA Describes Updated and Expanded Design-Build Documents Family
Contractor Practices That may Result in Construction Claims to Recover for Delays and increased Costs
NASBP Annual Meeting Speakers - Veterans can benefit private sector, but need help finding jobs
Index to Advertisers
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - 2015-2016 NASBP Executive Committee
Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - From the CEO - There is Poetry in Surety Claims, Surely
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - Practical Insights: What You Need to Know - Hiding in Plain Sight: Specifications as a Source of Risk
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - Profile: President Susan Hecker
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - Developing Your Leadership Vision
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - Liability Issues - Can Public Owners be Held Liable to Subcontractors and Suppliers for Failure to Require General Contractors to Obtain Required Payment Bond?
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - An Introduction to Probate Bonds
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - Class Act - Surety Team’s Cooperative Efforts Enable School to Open on Time
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - NASBP’s Attorney Advisory Council - Participants Opine on Current Risk Management Challenges and Business Opportunities
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - The AIA Describes Updated and Expanded Design-Build Documents Family
Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - 33
Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - Contractor Practices That may Result in Construction Claims to Recover for Delays and increased Costs
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - NASBP Annual Meeting Speakers - Veterans can benefit private sector, but need help finding jobs
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Surety Bond Quarterly - Summer 2015 - Index to Advertisers
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