The Long Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
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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-
Document prices may vary depending on the document and membership status (documents prices for members are reduced).
To download our Contract Document Price list for 2015 please CLICK HERE
The following documents were retired as of April 30, 2012:
B188™–1996 (Replaced by B107™–2010): Standard Form of Agreement Between** Developer-
The following documents have been retired on December 31, 2011:
A310™–1970 (replaced by A310™–2010): Bid Bond
A312™–1984 (replaced by A312™–2010): Performance Bond and Payment Bond
To order a document, please fill out the Contract Document Order Form and fax it to: 516-
We recommend you call our office at 516-
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
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