The owner contractor agreement is much more than the seven page AIA document.
In the AIA family you have several different types of owner contractor agreements – A101, A103, A105, A107, A121, etc. Generally speaking the agreements themselves are fairly brief. They do nothing more than identify the parties, establish the price, and most importantly, incorporate all the rest of the component of the construction agreement into the main agreement.
James E. Hughes, Esq.
Hancock Estabrook, LLP
- Partner in the law firm of Hancock Estabrook, LLP, practicing in construction law, municipal law and commercial litigation
- Construction arbitrator affiliated with the American Arbitration Association (Arbitration and Mediation Neutral Panel)
- Construction counsel to the City of Syracuse, NY
- Serves on the Contract Document Committee of the Construction Owners Association of America (COAA)
- Associate member of the Association of General Contractors
- More than 30 years of experience in construction law, negotiating and drafting design and construction agreements for public and private entities
- Served as construction counsel for many substantial construction projects
- Experienced in resolving construction defect and construction delay disputes
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