Recently, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) issued its once-every-ten-year revisions to some of the most commonly used documents in construction contracting, including the A101, B101 and A201 documents. The revisions are significant, and will impact all players in the industry, including owners, contractors and architects. Many revisions constitute notable improvements to these time-tested contract documents. Others pose threats to the unwary, and unintended consequences may follow in the absence of careful negotiation on the front end of a particular project. This article series explores those changes and offers brief insight into potential negotiation options. Related resources such as webinars and in-person seminars will be consolidated here as well in the interest of providing our clients and contacts with a one-stop resource on this matter.