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Federal Public Building Service construction and A/E contracts

Federal Public Building Service construction and A/E contracts

Federal Public Building Service construction and A/E contracts


I am trying to get familiar with the construction contract that the Public Building Service of the U.S. General Service Administration uses in contracting with general contractors. Also, looking for the contract with the A/E. I did so much search and found a myriad of publications. Only found SF 330 that is filled by the A/E. I am mainly looking for the documents that are signed.

Any hint to the resource to name those two documents is appreciated.


RE: Federal Public Building Service construction and A/E contracts

Here is one place to start. Standard forms are at the bottom, but it would to you well to go through the whole list.

It would also be a good idea to wait for others to respond. Someone may have one handy.

FAR 36

Best to you,

Goober Dave

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