FAQs: Insurance and Bonds Exhibit
What is the Insurance and Bonds Exhibit? It is a comprehensive exhibit that allows the parties to set forth the various insurance coverages and policy limits that will be purchased and maintained by the owner and contractor for the project.
Actived: 3 days ago
Instructions: A134™–2019, Standard Form of Agreement
(3 days ago) Exhibit A – Insurance and Bonds. AIA Document A134–2019 Exhibit A is the insurance and bonds exhibit for AIA Document A134–2019. AIA Document A134–2019 Exhibit A provides the general requirements relating to insurance and bonds in the Construction Phase, as well as the specific policy limits and bond amounts for the Project.
Instructions: A141™–2014, Agreement Between Owner and
(3 days ago) Exhibit B – Insurance and Bonds. Exhibit B supplies the insurance and bond provisions for A141–2014, Agreement between the Owner and Design-Builder. Exhibit B provides the general requirements relating to insurance and bonds as well as the specific policy limits and bond amounts for the Project.
Instructions: A421™–2018, Standard Form of Master
(3 days ago) Article 11 – Insurance and Bonds § 11.1.1 Insert types of coverage and limits of liability to be maintained by the Subcontractor, which may arise out of or result from the Subcontractor’s operations and completed operations under the Work Order.
Instructions: A141™–2004, Agreement Between Owner and
(3 days ago) Exhibit C – Insurance and Bonds. Exhibit C provides a location in the Design-Build documents to (1) modify the provisions of Article A.11, Insurance and Bonds and provide applicable limits and deductible amounts, and (2) supply information regarding surety bonds (specifying their type and penal sums). Project and Parties (Cover Page).
Summary: A401™–2007, Standard Form of Agreement Between
(8 days ago) The Subcontractor is now required to carry insurance for its completed operations. The Subcontractor’s commercial liability policy must include the Contractor, the Owner, the Architect, and the Architect’s consultants as additional insureds during operations, and the Contractor as an additional insured during completed operations.
Instructions: A422™–2018, Work Order for use with Master
(3 days ago) Article 5 – Insurance and Bonds § 5.1 Where the Contractor is required to provide insurance other than what is required in the Master Agreement, insert the type and limits of insurance. § 5.2 Where the Subcontractor is required to provide insurance in addition to that required in the Master Agreement, insert the type and limits of insurance.
FAQs: Modifying and amending AIA Contract Documents
(1 days ago) Insurance and liquidated damages-How do I modify agreements to meet state or other jurisdiction insurance requirements? Do you recommend coverage amounts? No. AIA Contract Documents are not tailored to the requirements of any particular jurisdiction. Only a legal or insurance professional who practices in your area can advise you on local
Instructions: C191™–2009, Standard Form Multi-Party
(3 days ago) The insurance program selected by the Parties must be implemented no later than execution of the Target Criteria Amendment. Prior to implementation of this insurance program, the Parties are required to maintain insurance as set forth in Section 7.2. Enter the types and limits of insurance coverage required of each Party. § 7.3 Bonds.
Main differences between A201®–2017 and A201–2007
(5 days ago) Coordinated the Insurance and Bonds provisions of Article 11 to work with the new Insurance and Bonds Exhibit to the Owner-Contractor Agreements, A101®—2017, A102™—2017, and A103™—2017. Unlike previous editions of AIA Document A201, which included general contractual terms regarding insurance, insurance terms related to the type and
Instructions: A145™–2015, Standard Form of Agreement
(3 days ago) Article 16 – Insurance. Insert specific insurance requirements for the types of insurance and dollar limits of coverage that the Design-Builder is required to maintain for the project. Exhibit A – Design-Build Amendment. Project and Parties (Cover Page). Identify the Project and the parties just as they appear on the cover page of the
Document A105™ – 2017
(5 days ago) (List below any other insurance coverage to be provided by the Contractor and any applicable limits.) Coverage Limits § 5.2 The Owner shall be responsible for purchasing and maintaining the Owner’s usual liability insurance and shall provide property insurance to cover the value of the Owner’s property.
Document A101 – 2017 Exhibit A
(3 days ago) The insurance required by this Section A.2.3.1 shall provide coverage for direct physical loss or damage, and shall not exclude the risks of fire, explosion, theft, vandalism, malicious mischief, collapse, earthquake, flood, or windstorm. The insurance shall also provide coverage for ensuing loss or resulting damage from error,
Summary: A101®–2007, Standard Form of Agreement Between
(8 days ago) A new Article 10 is added for stating bonding requirements, if any, and limits of liability for insurance, as required in Article 11 of AIA Document A201–2007. Dispute Resolution—Mediation and Arbitration. This document contains provisions for mediation and arbitration of claims and disputes. Mediation is a non-binding process, but is
Hidden in Plain English: A Comparison Guide to E & O
(5 days ago) Insurance Buyers Council (IBC) to develop a detailed annotated version of the new CNA Professional Liability policy which became effective in 2015, comparing the new CNA policy with five other insurance carriers: Beazley, RLI, Travelers, Berkley and ACE. The overall goal was to provide guidance to AIA
Summary: A141™–2004, Agreement Between Owner and Design
(8 days ago) AIA Document A141–2004 replaces AIA Document A191™–1996, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Design-Builder, and consists of the Agreement portion and three exhibits, Exhibit A, Terms and Conditions, Exhibit B, Determination of the Cost of the Work, and Exhibit C, Insurance and Bonds. AIA Document A141–2004 forms the nucleus of
Document A101 – 2017
(5 days ago) Insurance and Bonds, contemporaneously with this Agreement. AIA Document A201®–2017, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, is adopted in this document by reference. Do not use with other general conditions unless this document is modified. AGREEMENT made as of the _____ day of _____ in the year _____
Summary: A305™ – 2020, Contractor’s Qualification Statement
(8 days ago) For example, Exhibit C contains several project-specific qualifications that are not present in A305-1986, including information about insurance and bonds, safety program and records, office out of which the project will be performed, key personnel and subcontractors who will perform work on the project, and work that the contractor will self
Instructions: C422™ – 2018, Service Order for use with
(3 days ago) Where the Consultant is required to provide insurance other than what is required in the Master Agreement, insert the type and limits of the insurance. Article 6 – Party Representatives § 6.1 Identify the name, title and other identifying information of the individual authorized to act on the Architect’s behalf with respect to the Service
FAQs: Construction Manager as Constructor Family (CMc)
(2 days ago) About the 2019 Insurance and Bonds Exhibit (CMc) The new Insurance and Bonds Exhibit for A133 and A134 follows the insurance and bonds exhibit developed for the 2017 A201 family owner/contractor agreements. It provides the construction phase insurance requirements for the Owner/CMc agreements.
Summary: A102™–2007, Standard Form of Agreement Between
(8 days ago) In Section 7.6, Miscellaneous Costs now includes self-insurance for coverage required by the Contract Documents, with the Owner’s prior approval. A new Section 7.6.6 includes costs for electronic equipment and software. New Section 7.6.10 includes the costs of travel incurred by the Contractor’s supervisory or administrative personnel.
Summary: B121™–2018, Standard Form of Master Agreement
(8 days ago) § 3.3 Architect’s Insurance Requirements. Section 3.3 contains a new provision wherein the parties may set forth the types and limits of insurance the Architect is required to carry for the Project. Specifically, B121–2018 lists General Liability, Automobile Liability, Workers’ Compensation, and …
Summary: B109™–2020, Standard Form of Agreement Between
(8 days ago) The insurance requirement in this section and others was modified to eliminate the phrase “not less than” before the fill point for the insurance amount. This change was necessary due to the changes to the indemnification language in Section 9.1.3 and the addition of a limitation of liability in Section 9.1.6.
Summary: G612™–2017, Owner’s Instructions to the Architect
(8 days ago) Your insurance advisor should review the suggested requirements in careful detail and evaluate the protection you and the Contractor are advised to carry. We would appreciate an early response to these inquiries. Please return one copy of the questionnaire and any required supporting documentation.
AIA Document A503 2017-2019
(9 days ago) article 11 insurance and bonds article 12 uncovering and correction of work article 13 miscellaneous provisions article 15 claims and disputes iii. amendments to aia a201-2017 general conditions for an agreement where the contract sum is based on the cost of the work with or without a guaranteed maximum price a. general edits 1.
Document A201 – 2007
(5 days ago) 11 INSURANCE AND BONDS 12 UNCOVERING AND CORRECTION OF WORK 13 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 14 TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF THE CONTRACT 15 CLAIMS AND DISPUTES This document has important legal consequences. Consultation with an attorney is encouraged with respect to its completion or modification.