Documents Support group. This new fill point has been added to the document to enable the parties to specify other Preconstruction Services, if applicable, by describing them in the fill point or by referencing an attached exhibit. Section 7.9.1.2 will allow these costs to be included in the Cost of the Work if approved in advance by the Owner. Where bonds have been provided by the Construction Manager, consent of surety should be obtained as outlined in Section 11.1.8.2 above. This space may also be used to insert specific provisions if the Construction Manager is to participate in any savings when the final Contract Sum is below the Guaranteed Maximum Price. A133-2009 is coordinated for use with AIA Documents A201-2007, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, and B103-2007, Standard Form of Agreement … Reproductions. § 11.1.5.3 This new section has been included to clarify that when the Construction Manager allocates costs from a contingency line item on the schedule of values to another line item, the Construction Manager is required to provide supporting documentation to the Architect to justify reallocation of contingency amounts. This new section has been included to clarify that when the Construction Manager allocates costs from a contingency line item on the schedule of values to another line item, the Construction Manager is required to provide supporting documentation to the Architect to justify reallocation of contingency amounts. If the Owner identified a Sustainable Objective in Article 1, this section requires the Owner to fulfill its responsibilities as required in AIA Document E234™–2019, Sustainable Projects Exhibit, Construction Manager as Constructor Edition. It may be the date that an oral agreement was reached, the date the Agreement was originally submitted to the other party, the date authorizing action was taken or the date of actual execution. This new provision states that, after execution of the Guaranteed Maximum Price Amendment, the parties will provide insurance and bonds as required in the insurance and bonds exhibit, AIA Document A133–2019 Exhibit B. Unlike previous editions of AIA Document A133, which included a fill point to list the types and limits of insurance, and AIA Document A201, which listed general contractual terms regarding insurance, insurance terms relating to the type and amount of coverage have been removed from the document and have been placed in the Exhibit B, Insurance and Bonds. § B.3.3.1 Where the Construction Manager is required to maintain required insurance for a duration other than the period for correction of the Work, indicate the duration of required coverages in the fill point provided. A key change between A133-2019 and A133–2009 is the addition of this initial information section. AIA Document A133–2019 is a standard form of agreement between Owner and Construction Manager, and is intended for use on construction management projects where the basis of payment is the Cost of the Work plus a Fee with a Guaranteed Maximum Price. Insert the number of months beyond which the Construction Manager’s Preconstruction Phase compensation shall be adjusted. § B.2.3.1.1 Insert the cause of loss and any applicable sub-limits. A provision for reducing retainage should provide that the reduction will be made only if the Architect judges that the Work is progressing satisfactorily. Where optional documents are listed in Section 15.2.6 that will be incorporated as Contract Documents, check the appropriate box and insert an appropriate description of the document. AIA Document A133™–2009 is intended for use on projects where a construction manager, in addition to serving as adviser to the owner, assumes financial responsibility for construction of the project. Language has been included to clarify that the allocation of costs in the schedule of values does not create separate guaranteed maximum prices for individual line items on the schedule of values.