Updated Products and Upcoming Webinar from ConsensusDocs
At the end of last month, ConsensusDocs released updates to their most used prime and subcontract agreements. These agreements include the following documents:
- ConsensusDocs 200 — Standard Agreement and General Conditions Between Owner and Constructor (Lump Sum)
- ConsensusDocs 205 — Standard Agreement and General Conditions Between Owner and Constructor (Short Form Lump Sum)
- ConsensusDocs 230 — Standard Agreement and General Conditions Between Owner and Constructor (Cost of the Work Plus a Fee with GMP)
- ConsensusDocs 750 — Standard Agreement Between Constructor and Subcontractor
- ConsensusDocs 751 — Standard Short Form Agreement Between Constructor and Subcontractor
More about the updates can be found in this blog post.
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ConsensusDocs will be hosting a free webinar next Monday, October 9th, entitled "A Comprehensive Overview of the Recent ConsensusDocs Updates,” highlighting these updates and how they can be leveraged whether someone uses ConsensusDocs, AIA, or bespoke contracts.
Join us for a free ASA-supported ConsensusDocs webinar, “A Comprehensive Overview of the Recent ConsensusDocs Updates,” on Monday, October 9th at 2 p.m. ET. Uncover the most significant contract changes, including consequential damages, delegated design, builder's risk property insurance, and consistency among prime and subcontract agreements. Discover the consensus revision process, understand how these updates compare to AIA standards and custom contracts, and gain valuable insights from owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and design professionals who contributed to the process.
Our expert speakers, a representative from the Construction Owners Association of America (COAA) and the Executive Director & Senior Counsel to the ConsensusDocs Coalition, will provide valuable perspectives on leveraging these updates and the importance of regularly reviewing and updating construction contracts in response to evolving technology, case law, insurance trends, and best practices.
See this related article for an overview of the comprehensive revisions to ConsensusDocs’ most used prime and subcontract agreements that address design-bid-build.