Fill Aia G Pdf Fillable, download blank or editable online. Sign, fax and printable from PC, iPad, tablet or mobile with PDFfiller ✓ Instantly ✓ No software. 3, AIA Document G, APPLICATION AND CERTIFICATION FOR PAYMENT,, Application #. 4, containing Contract’s signed Certification is attached. 21, Continuation Sheet, AIA Document G, is attached. completed in accordance with the Contract Documents, that all amounts have been paid by.

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It breaks down the contract sum into phases or segments of the work in accordance to a Schedule of Values required by the General Conditions of the contract. The Scheduled Value field is the total amount ais money that you were scheduled to receive for this phase of work. This is your official contract sum as of the date of this Payment Application. The line numbers could match the specifications section number in your specifications sheet.

Typically this is you; the Contractor that is doing the work. It may be used as written documentation of changes in the work, contract sum or contract time that are mutually agreed to by the Owner and Contractor.

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Column F — Materials Presently Stored: Add the numbers on lines 1 and 2. The price the General Contractor GC agreed to pay you for the scope of work you agreed to perform. Basically, you have to forget about basic accounting principles.


On a side note, blwnk you happen to be providing a Performance Bond, retention is not justified.

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Column C — Scheduled Value: Lines 1 and 2 in Column E will be zero. General conditions of the contract for furniture, furnishings and equipment.

This represents the value you should be paid for worked earned during this pay period and any change in retainage during the pay period.

This value should be the total work and materials to date. The date of your original Subcontract Agreement. The grand total of all lines must equal your current contract sum that shows up on line 3 of Page 1.

You will need a G and G form blano do this exercise. Net Change by Change Orders. Usually, the retention for completed work and stored materials is the same. Aptora makes no claims of any kind to these works.

A form with which the Contractor can apply for payment blak the Architect can certify payment is due. This breakdown should be used consistently throughout the project, using multiple pages when necessary.

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This value should match the total of Column I of your G Any Scheduled Values should be consistent with the Schedule of Values submitted to the Architect at the beginning of the project. Your contract should set the terms of retention including the percentage and when the hold-back will be paid. To finish filling out your form, total up each column and enter the value at the bottom of the column on the Grand Total line.


In the blank next to the dollar sign, write down the retention for your stored materials. Line 7, Less Previous Certificates for Payment: Continuation sheet from G To arrive at that number, go to the G form and add together the values from the bottoms of Columns D and E. When you mess up your Payment Application, three things might happen, none of which put you in good standing with your General Contractor, and two of which damage your cash position: T he value of construction work completed at the time of the current application.

Change Orders are usually added as separate line items as they are approved. Less Previous Certificates for Payment. Line 5, Total Retainage: Important Note Regarding Copyrights: