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American Institute of Architects

Books Available in the ASU Library:

  • 2007 A201 Deskbook
    KF902 .S55 2007 Law Library
    Contains 2007 revisions to AIA contract documents, AIA contract revision analysis, sample AIA document A201-2007, and AIA document comparative 

  • Architect's Essentials of Contract Negotiation
    NA1996 .A24 2002  Design and the Arts Library

  • Building Professional's Guide to Contract Documents
    KF902 .P545 2000  Science Reference, Noble Library

  • Construction and Development Forms: Planning, Financing, Building
    KF902 .A3 D675 Law Library

  • Construction Checklist: a Guide to Frequently Encountered Construction Issues
    KF902 .C59294 2008 Law Library

  • Construction Contracts
    KF902 .H56 2001 Hayden Library 

  • Construction Contracts Book: How to Find Common Ground in Negotiating Design and Construction Contract Clauses.
    KF902 .B745 Law Library

  • Design/Build Deskbook
    KF1950.Z95 D47 2004 Law Library

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