Because A133 includes the Construction Manager’s preconstruction services, it is not possible to completely align the two documents. This provision works in conjunction with Section 14.4.3 of AIA Document A201–2017. This new section provides the process for termination if the parties do not agree on a Guaranteed Maximum Price, and how the Construction Manager will be compensated in that situation. Additionally, Exhibit B provides an easy reference for the insurance and bonding requirements related to your Project. § 6.1.3 Explain how the Construction Manager’s Fee will be adjusted for changes in the Work. If there will be a limitation placed on Subcontractors’ overhead and profit, enter the amount or explain how the limitation will be calculated. § 184.108.40.206 The AIA endorses the practice of reducing retainage as rapidly as possible, consistent with the continued protection of all affected parties. Sustainable design and construction continues to rapidly evolve as owners are increasingly interested in incorporating sustainable features into projects. For use and execution of a document, see its instructions ». When forwarding AIA Document A133–2019 Exhibit B to your insurance broker or legal counsel, be sure to include, at a minimum, Article 11 of AIA Document A201–2017 as these terms will be important to reviewing Exhibit B and advising you of appropriate coverage. If a different interest rate is to be paid, insert the amount here. AIA Document A133–2019 Exhibit B provides the general requirements relating to insurance and bonds after execution of the Guaranteed Maximum Price Amendment, as well as the specific policy limits and bond amounts for the Project. A new provision is included that will allow the parties to describe how notice may be given in electronic format. There is no implied permission to reproduce this document, nor does membership in The American Institute of Architects confer any further rights to reproduce this document. § B.3.2.10 Where the Construction Manager will provide professional liability and pollution liability coverage under a combined policy, indicate the applicable coverage limits. The parties must set forth the Owner’s anticipated design and construction milestone dates, as those dates are to be incorporated into the Construction Manager’s initial schedule. Where bonds have been provided by the Construction Manager, consent of surety should be obtained as outlined in Section 220.127.116.11 above. This section is divided into provisions for insurance and bond requirements for the Preconstruction Phase, and for the Construction Phase. This clarifies information previously included in a parenthetical instruction. To submit disputes to mediation or arbitration or to obtain copies of the applicable mediation or arbitration rules, contact the American Arbitration Association at (800) 778-7879 or visit the website at. § A.1.1.1 Insert a Guaranteed Maximum Price for the Cost of the Work and the Construction Manager Construction Manager’s Fee. § 3.1.7 This new section requires the Construction Manager to revise and update its recommendations regarding constructability and schedules as the Architect progresses with the preparation of the design documents. This section previously was numbered section 6.10 in A133-2009. The default for providing notice in electronic format will be through the use of AIA Document E203–2013, Building Information Modeling and Digital Data Exhibit. § B.3.2.11 Indicate the applicable coverage limits for Construction Manager’s insurance for maritime liability risks associated with the operation of a vessel, if the Work requires such activities. The Construction Manager provides the Owner with a Guaranteed Maximum Price proposal which the Owner may accept, reject, or choose to negotiate. Information regarding insurers and sureties admitted to write insurance or issue bonds in your jurisdiction can be found by contacting the insurance commissioner in each state. Note: As stated in Section 2.3 of this document, A201–2017 is adopted only to a limited extent for Preconstruction Phase services; whereas, during Construction Phase services, A201–2017 is generally incorporated into this document, unless specific exceptions are made in this document or by amendment to the Agreement. Indicate the applicable coverage limits for the Construction Manager’s professional liability coverage, if applicable. Where portions of the Work may be occupied and used prior to Substantial Completion of the entire Work, each portion of the Work can be described in this section and the Substantial Completion date for each portion of the Work may be indicated. Arbitration may be mandatory under the terms of this agreement. AIA Document A133–2019 is coordinated for use with AIA Documents A201®–2017, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, and B133™–2019, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect, Construction Manager as Constructor Edition. The fill points for the parties to appoint a Designated Representative have been moved to Article 1, Initial Information. The format for the date of commencement of the work has been changed to a checkbox allowing the parties to select either the date of execution of the Amendment, or a different date as agreed by the parties.