FAQs: B221™–2018, Service Order for use with Master Agreement Between Owner and Architect

 B221™–2018, Service Order for use with Master Agreement Between Owner and Architect

Does the AIA publish a Service Order document for use with AIA Document B121™–2018, Standard Form of Master Agreement Between Owner and Architect for Services provided under Multiple Service Orders?

Yes, AIA Document B221–2018, Service Order for use with Master Agreement Between Owner and Architect, is a Service Order for use with AIA Document B121–2018.

 

Is B221–2018 a stand-alone agreement?

No, AIA Document B221–2018 is a Service Order document and must be used with AIA Document B121–2018, Standard Form of Master Agreement Between Owner and Architect for Services provided under Multiple Service Orders, to form the contract for the Architect’s services. B221™–2018 includes only the specific terms applicable to the Service Order, such as compensation and a description of the scope of services.

 

What is the Architect’s scope of services described in B221–2018?

AIA Document B221–2018 does not contain a detailed description of the architect’s scope of services so that the architect’s scope of services can be described by the parties. You could also attach one of the AIA’s scope of services documents, such as B203™–2017, Standard Form of Architect’s Services: Site Evaluation and Project Feasibility, to provide a description of the services.

 

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