When selecting an agreement for a project, consider the method used to perform the cost estimation and scheduling tasks. If a project follows the traditional method of assigning these tasks to the architect and the acquisition is through tendering or negotiation, B101 is appropriate. However, if the owner asks a consultant to provide cost estimation and planning services during the project and the acquisition is made through tendering or negotiation, B103 provides conditions more suited to this situation. B132 offers an optional choice if the owner has hired a site manager for services prior to construction and the construction phase, but nevertheless intends to offer or negotiate the construction contract according to the project. When a general contractor acts as site manager and builds the project, B133 is the form to consider. B103-2017, the standard form of the agreement between the owner and the architect for a complex project, resembles B101; For example, B103`s core services are performed in the same five phases as those described in B101. B103 differs from B101, however, in several respects. One of them is that B103 considers that the owner commissions third parties to provide cost estimates and project planning services during the design phases. B103 also believes that the owner can implement accelerated, phased or accelerated construction planning. B161-2002 (formerly B611INT-2002), Standard Form of Agreement Between Client and Consultant for use where the Project is located outside the United States A104-2017 (formerly A107-2007), Standard Abbreviated Form Of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor B108-2009 (ex-B181-1994), standard form of the agreement between Owner and Architect for a Federally Funded or Federally Insured Project The choice of the correct owner-architect contract is for any commercial design project of entschei L He commission of the planning of time, policy and this is due to the fact that the agreement constitutes a basis for the contractual relationship between the owner and the architect and communicates the expected project and other services that the architect will provide. Architects and owners can choose from several AIA-owner-architect agreements that correspond to different project methods, sizes and complexities. AIA agreements provide a proven, judicial framework for discussing and negotiating key terms, including the architect`s level of performance and remuneration….