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AIA Contract Documents are the more than 180 forms and contracts that define the relationships and terms involved in design and construction projects. Prepared by the AIA with the consensus of owners, contractors, attorneys, architects, engineers, and others, the documents have been finely tuned during their 120-year history.
As a result, these comprehensive contracts and forms are now widely recognized as the industry standard and are used by industry professionals, including architects, contractors, owners, consultants, and attorneys.
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AIA Los Angeles sells a selection of the paper version of individual AIA documents.
For pricing and availability, please email the AIA|LA office.
AIA Inland Empire
For pricing and general information, please visit http://www.aiaic.org/buy-aia-contract-documents/ or contact Florence Hagstrom, Hon. AIACC, Executive Director, at (909) 792-8464 or email@example.com
AIA Orange County
Paper documents can be purchased in the AIA Orange County Chapter office from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday, or they can be ordered and shipped, for a shipping and handling fee. Please email Sharon Miller, Director of Communications for document questions and availability.
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