Contract Document Price Increase- Effective March 1, 2014
On March 1, 2014, the cost of paper contract documents will increase significantly. This price increase reflects the decreasing production of paper documents as more customers switch from paper to electronic Documents-on-Demand and Contract Documents Software.
Paper documents will remain at their current prices through March 1, 2014.
Click here for the most current AIA Contract Document Price List.
AIA Nebraska's New Office
Please update your address and phone books.
AIA Nebraska's new phone number is 402-858-1929.
Our new physical address is:
335 N 8th Street, Suite A
Lincoln, NE 68508
Our mailing address will remain the same:
PO BOX 80045
Lincoln, NE 68501-0045
Our email addresses are:
Sara Kay- firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Wilcox- email@example.com
We are still in the process of unpacking and reorganizing anything, we appreciate your patience until we are settled.
Click here to view before and after pictures of the space!
Click here to view the selected design.
HDR’s design was selected for the new AIA Nebraska office space (757 square feet) in the Hardy Building, of the Lincoln Historic Haymarket District. AIA Nebraska will also share a conference room and break room with the Lincoln Haymarket Development Corporation.
The jury that selected the winning design representing AIA Nebraska comprised of Dave Johnson, AIA, Bob Soukup, AIA, Pat Birch, AIA, Brad Kissler, AIA and Sara Kay, Hon. AIA. Lincoln Haymarket Development Corporation representatives included Larry Small, Becky Hanna and Chip DeBuse.
Click here to view all of the proposals submitted. (This is a large PDF file and may take a while to open)
Sampson Construction is provided construction management services.
To purchase Documents on Demand click here.
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Knowledge for Members, from Members
Introducing AIA KnowledgeNet
As a member of an AIA Knowledge Community, you’re aware that one of the best resources for getting information is from other members. Whether it’s a practice tip or shared thoughts on a new product, you can rely on your colleagues to say what’s on their mind. The AIA launches AIA KnowledgeNet, a social networking Web site that gives you immediate access to thousands of AIA members and their collective knowledge.
Click here for more information.