NASBP Now Providing the NASBP Membership Complimentary Access to the DBIA Bond Forms
As a service and convenience to the NASBP membership, NASBP is providing complimentary access to the 14 DBIA bond forms, which include, a Proposal Bond (610) and a Warranty Bond (615), with three sets of Payment and Performance Bonds--a set for Design-Builders (620 and 625), a set for General Contractors (640 and 645), and a set for Subcontractors (630 and 635). Completing the family of bond forms are three forms that address Consent of Surety to Partial Release of Retainage (500-D6, 500-D6GC, and 500-D7GC) and three forms that address Consent of Surety to Release of Final Payment (500-D7, 500-D7GC, and 500-D7S).
A complete list of these new DBIA bond forms is below:
- DBIA 610 Proposal Bond
- DBIA 615 Warranty Bond
- DBIA 620 Design-Build Performance Bond
- DBIA 625 Design-Build Payment Bond
- DBIA 630 Sub-Performance Bond
- DBIA 635 Sub-Payment Bond
- DBIA 640 General Contractor Performance Bond
- DBIA 645 General Contractor Payment Bond
- DBIA 500-D6 Consent of Surety to Partial Release of Retainage
- DBIA 500-D6GC Consent of Surety to Partial Release of Retainage to General Contractor
- DBIA 500-D6S Consent of Surety to Partial Release of Retainage to Subcontractor
- DBIA 500-D7 Consent of Surety to Release of Final Payment
- DBIA 500-D7GC Consent of Surety to Release of Final Payment to Subcontractor to General Contractor
- DBIA 500-D7S Consent of Surety to Release of Final Payment to Subcontractor
Access to these DBIA bond forms requires agreement to the license and instructions, which are followed by prompts to provide a NASBP login and password. To access these complimentary DBIA bond forms, click here or click on the words "DBIA Bond Forms" in the banner above.
DBIA has provided these DBIA bond forms to NASBP and the NASBP membership as long as the individual downloading them agrees to maintain the complete integrity of the core bond content. The NASBP membership may use the documents to issue bonds and may also add peripheral content, such as surety letterheads or logos, certification or authorization pages, and notary blocks. For more information about the terms of the license, click here.
The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), established in 1993, defines, teaches and promotes best practices in design-build project delivery. Design-build is an integrated approach that delivers design and construction services under one contract with a single point of responsibility. Owners select design-build to achieve best value while meeting schedule, cost and quality goals. Learn more about design-build and DBIA’s certification and other programs at www.dbia.org.
How to Purchase Related DBIA Publications
DBIA publishes other standard form documents and related publications, which are available for purchase from the DBIA bookstore. For more information about design-build and DBIA’s certification and other programs, visit www.dbia.org.