AIA West Jersey has an ARE Resource Library available for members. Contact our EPiC Section Director Lauren Harris, Assoc. AIA for a list of what is available or for more information.
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All AIA New Jersey Members are encouraged to attend the organization's Annual Meeting. We will hold an annual meeting for the purpose of electing the officers of uncontested elections of the Chapter, to succeed those whose terms are about to expire; for receiving annual reports of the Executive Committee and the Treasurer; for consideration of dues amounts; and for the transaction of such other business as may be appropriate. Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Time: 6:00 pm Location: The Breaker's Crystal Ballroom 1507 Ocean Avenue [...]
September 26th, 6:00 PM Are you an existing member or someone looking to join AIA? Join us for our Fall Kickoff Event that includes a networking happy hour followed by an overview of AIA National, AIA New Jersey and AIA West Jersey. Dinner Presentation Topic: 'Does the Architect Share Responsibility for AHJ Field Changes' Presented by Gary Chiumento, Eqs from Chiumento McNally Associates. More and more frequently Building Inspectors are requiring changes be made to the building which vary from the plans that were reviewed and approved by the Plan Reviewer. As the design professional, what options do we have to [...]
October 17-19, 2019, Albany NY - Breaking Ground - 2019 Tri-States Conference
AIA's 'Design for Aging' Knowledge Community is now accepting submissions for their annual Design Awards. Submissions close on July 16th at 5pm. https://www.aia.org/awards/7306-design-for-aging-review-awards-program
Who is CRAN (custom residential architects network)? If you practice residential architecture for individual homeowners, whether you work on bathroom or kitchen remodeling projects, additions to existing residences, or ground-up new homes, you are doing “custom” work and are part of CRAN. Inclusivity is of the greatest importance to the CRAN leadership and the future growth of CRAN. We are a “style-blind” group which recognizes and accepts all types of residential architecture design idioms and practice models for its members.
Join AIA New Jersey for the 9th annual East Coast Green Event! Our climate is changing, and with that, design and construction will need to adapt. East Coast Green brings together professionals from numerous industry segments to discuss the future of design on the East Coast and in an age of climate change. Highlighting topics of interest and importance, earn your CEU’s while learning what’s on the forefront of green design.