AIA SUBCONTRACT. ♌ AIA A ( edition). ♌ Traditionally endorsed by ASA and ASC, but never by AGC. ♌ Most favorable to Subs. ♌ Most favorable to. maximum extent possible under the law. This document was produced by AIA software at on 11/08/ under Order No_1 which expires. AIA A Contractors Prep School. contractors institute. building trades education services. palm construction school. florida contractors school. contractors.
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A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor Subcontractor
The sample provision above is one example. Oftentimes it is difficult for the prime contractor to determine which subcontractor was responsible for the trash and debris left in the work areas. Subcontractors may want to consider replacing Section 4.
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There are many ways to amend standard form contract agreements to minimize your risk on a construction project and to help you avoid claims and contentious disputes from the outset.
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Amending the AIA A401-2007 to avoid pro rata share backcharges for job site cleanup
In such instances, the prime contractor will frequently attempt to apportion the cleanup costs on a pro rata basis among the various subcontractors known to have been working in each area at the time that the trash and debris were left in the affected work area. The Subcontractor shall not be held responsible for unclean conditions caused by other contractors or subcontractors and shall not be subject to any charge by the Contractor for trash removal or cleanup determined on a pro rata or similar basis.
Typically, it is the responsibility of the subcontractor to clean up and remove from the jobsite, or place in a dumpster provided by the prime contractor, all trash and debris including scrap materials, waste materials, rubbish, packaging materials, and crates and pallets used to ship materials and fixtures to the project site. Before simply inserting such sample language into your contracts without further thought, however, it is advisable to consult with a seasoned construction lawyer.
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So, how does the subcontractor halt the ability of the prime contractor to backcharge the subcontractor for job site cleanup on a pro rata basis?
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A seasoned construction lawyer will be able to assist you in drafting carefully tailored and deliberate revisions to the interrelated boilerplate provisions of your form a4401 to advance your overall objectives including shifting or significantly minimizing the risk inherent in every construction project.
Generally, those who generate trash on a project must get rid of the trash. If you would like a4001 learn how Lexology can drive your content marketing strategy forward, please email enquiries lexology.
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