AIA Contract Documents are comprised of approximately 200 
industry standard construction contracts and forms that facilitate communication among all the parties involved in construction, which makes it easier to produce a high-quality project in a timely and economical manner.

AIA Contract Documents are divided into six alphanumeric series by document use or purpose:

A-Series Owner/Contractor Agreements
B-Series Owner/Architect Agreements
C-Series Other Agreements
D-Series Miscellaneous Documents
E-Series Digital Practice Documents
G-Series Contract Administration and Project Management Forms

If you are unsure which document is right for your needs, review the list of all current AIA Contract Documents

Purchase Options

  • Paper Documents — AIA Minnesota is your local distributor of paper documents.
    Download AIA Contract Documents Order Form — March 2024 (PDF).
    IMPORTANT NOTICE: As a result of the COVID-19 impacts, the AIA Minnesota office is closed. All staff are working remotely throughout the office closure and will respond to calls and emails. During this time, AIA Contract Documents can be ordered in electronic format from AIA National; or by submitting a completed order form by email to Please note we will only be processing and shipping orders once a week. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.

  • Software – Purchase, edit and finalize one document at a time or get an annual license with continued access to our entire suite of documents. Either way, completing the contract process will be easier and faster with AIA Contract Documents software.


Purchase and technical support
Provides assistance on how to purchase/renew and online service issues.
800-942-7732 |

Document content support
Provides assistance on choosing the appropriate contracts or forms for your project and answer questions about contract terminology or usage.  Please note, we cannot provide legal advice.
202-626-7526 |

AIA Contract Documents and the content therein are copyrighted works owned by the American Institute of Architects. AIA Contract Documents are protected by U.S. Copyright Law and International Treaties. Unauthorized reproduction, display, or distribution of an AIA Contract Document, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law. AIA Contract Documents are licensed for one-time use only and may not be reproduced prior to its completion. “AIA,” “The American Institute of Architects” and the emblem are registered trademarks owned by the American Institute of Architects.