B201 for PCM

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    Rebekka O'Melia

    I would focus on the A101, B101 and the A201.  And you should also be able to identify a few others, like the C401 Architect - Consultant Agreement and a few other G-### forms used during CA.

    This B201 is the companion to the B102, which is used when the scope isn't predefined (?).

    Using the student version of AHPP may help you distill the contracts down.

    Hope this helps!

    Rebekka O'Melia, Registered Architect, NCARB, B. Arch, M. Ed, Step UP,  Step UP ARE 5.0 Courses

     

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    Rabeea Alkhazraji (Edited )

    Thanks for the response.

    I have no idea how reliable student version you are referring to, However, NCARB handbook was mentioning in the list 15th edition which is the most reliable version the exam takers should study from and nothing mentioned anything in regard student version.

    There suppose to be Law for Architect Book and Financial management by Rena M. Klein - if I'm not mistaken was included and I don't see them with the update version of handbook.

    I'm always reading/studying and checking the respected contracts you mentioned too;

    AIA B101-2017 Contract - B101 Owner/Architect Agreement.
    AIA A101–2017 is a standard form of agreement between owner and contractor for use where the basis of payment is a stipulated sum or fixed price.
    AIA C401-2017 Standard Form of Agreement Between Architect and Consultant.
    A201-2017 General condition of the contract for construction.
    Beside other contract agreements mentioned in other division in PJM and CE - I'm reading them all not one or two, because I know as everyone knows they are all related, especially for pro practice exams.
     
    I do remember I was reading B201 when I took CE, since wasn't listed, its contract between owner and architect for design and construction administration - but not recall it as a similar with B101 - I'm not quite sure - I may need to review it and see what's the differences, assume all about CA services and additional work.
     

     

     

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