New Residential Agreements and Guides



Helping design firms manage risks with updated residential contracts

 

Monday, November 2, 2020   |   1-2 pm ET   |   Free webinar

Residential construction is fraught with risks, especially condominium projects. In order to manage and mitigate these risks it is imperative for design firms and architects to understand them and use effective contract documents.

Join a live webinar to examine the revisions to AIA residential contract documents: B107™️, Standard Form of Agreement Between Developer-Builder and Architect for Prototype(s) for Single Family Residential Project; B109™️, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for a Multi‑Family Residential or Mixed Use Residential Project; and B509, Guide for Supplementary Conditions to AIA Document B109 for use on Condominium Projects.


Attendees will:

• Survey the unique risks architects face when participating in residential design-build, mixed-use, and residential condominium construction projects.

• Discuss AIA’s recently updated condominium documents: B109, Owner/Architect Multi‑Family/Mixed Use Residential Project and the B509, Condominium Projects Guide.

• Explore revisions to the B107, Developer-Builder/Architect Prototype(s) Residential Project.

• Learn about each party’s unique roles and responsibilities when using these documents.

SPEAKERS

Mike Koger, AIA, Esq. 

Director and Counsel
AIA Contract Documents

James Germano, Esq.

Manager and Counsel, AIA Contract Documents
The American Institute of Architects

James Germano, Esq.

Manager and Counsel, AIA Contract Documents
The American Institute of Architects

James Germano, Esq.

Manager and Counsel, AIA Contract Documents
The American Institute of Architects

James Germano, Esq.

Manager and Counsel
AIA Contract Documents