AIA | Contract Documents
There are several ways in which you can purchase contract documents from AIA.
1. Purchase Contract Documents from AIA|LI
AIA|LI carries paper copies of most AIA contract documents in our office. While we do not guarantee that we have all contract documents in stock, we regularly re-stock our supplies.
Document prices may vary depending on the document and membership status (documents prices for members are reduced).
To order a document, please call our office at 516-294-0971 or email firstname.lastname@example.org your order to confirm the document you are looking to purchase is in stock.
Contract documents can be picked up at our office, or there are express mail options at an additional cost.
2. Purchase AIA Documents on Demand
AIA Documents-on-Demand, a web-based solution allowing you to access the most popular AIA Contract Documents, has added more documents to the service. Now, you have access to 27 of the most popular AIA Contract Documents, including the updated bond forms and the new Pro Bono Agreement that you can download for free. AIA Documents-on-Demand is a cost effective service for both PC and MAC users.
Not sure what documents you need?
AIA Contract Documents are divided into nine families based on project type or delivery method. Review them here.
AIA Contract Documents are divided into six alphanumeric series by document use or purpose. Review them here.
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