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Supplemental Architectural Services
May 2011
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Why a Client May Need These Services
• To clarify project goals and design issues
• To provide a rational basis for design decision making
• To ensure that the project reflects the client’s values
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Knowledge and Skills Required
• Knowledge of architectural design
• Knowledge of construction methods and timelines
• Investigative and information-gathering skills
• Familiarity with construction costs
• Knowledge of space standards
• Analytical skills
• Strong verbal, writing, and management skills
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Representative Process Tasks
• Assemble programming team
• Identify and prioritize client and user values
• Determine project goals
• Identify project constraints and opportunities
• Gather and analyze data
• Document project requirements
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B202–2009, Standard Form of Architect’s Services: Programming
AIA Document B202™–2009 establishes duties and responsibilities where the
architect provides the owner with programming services. The architect’s
programming services are set forth in a series of iterative steps, from a broad
identification of priorities, values and goals of the programming participants to
working with the owner to confirm the owner’s objectives for the project. The
programming services also include information gathering to develop performance
and design criteria, and developing a final program of project requirements. AIA
Document B202–2009 may be used in two ways: (1) incorporated into the
owner/architect agreement as the architect’s sole scope of services or in
conjunction with other scope of services documents, or (2) attached to AIA
Document G802™–2007, Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement, to
create a modification to an existing owner/architect agreement. B202–2009 is a
scope of services document only and may not be used as a stand-alone
owner/architect agreement.
Architect’s Handbook
of Professional Practice
The Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice (Handbook or HPP) is
the most comprehensive reference available about architecture practice.
Its breadth makes it a unique one-stop resource for licensed architects,
for professionals aspiring to be architects, and for those engaged in or
associated with the building design community. As the centerpiece
publication of the American Institute of Architects, the Handbook fulfills
the Institute’s goal to “Be the Authoritative Source: Be the recognized
leader for knowledge about the practice and profession of architecture.”
(2010–2015 AIA Strategic Plan, p. 4 plan approved December 2009).
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To view the Supplemental Architectural Services series,
visit www.aia.org/practicing/akr/AIAB089194
(an alphabetical index of descriptive pdfs for each service)