AIA-NJ Blog

Design Competition for Summit Entryways

May 7, 2009

Public Arts/Summit seeks artists and designers for three-dimensional works to be placed at two major entrances to the City of Summit. Information on project can be found on their website. Deadline for interested participants is June 15, 2009. SUMMIT ARTS PROJECT The City of Summit, in Union County, NJ, seeks artists and design professionals interested Read More

MENTOR MATCHING PROGRAM

May 5, 2009

In lieu of AIA’s dedication to nurturing the Emerging Professional, AIA-NJ is launching a ‘Mentor Matching’ program. Through this program we will be doing our best to match mentor’s and protégé’s with similar interests, design philosophy, etc. Our hope is that by doing so, it will eliminate some of the initial awkwardness that can occur Read More

THIS WEEK IN TRENTON – May 1, 2009

May 5, 2009

State Revenues Expected to Decline Further Governor Jon Corzine confirmed yesterday that revenue collections may now come in between $1.5 billion to $2 billion short of what his administration has projected for the end of the current budget year and the new one that begins July 1. In March the Governor proposed a $29.8 billion Read More

THIS WEEK IN TRENTON – April 24, 2009

May 5, 2009

Bateman Appointed to Judiciary Committee Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean announced this week that Deputy Republican Conference Leader Christopher “Kip” Bateman will take the new Republican seat that has been created on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Senate President Richard J. Codey announced in March that he was expanding the membership on both the Senate Judiciary Read More

AIA-NJ COTE Activities

May 3, 2009

AIA-NJ COTE has been busy this year already and we have many more things planned. The first quarter of the year we ran 6 LEED study groups across the State (thanks to our volunteer facilitators and donated space, we were able to do so at an exceptionnally reduced cost). These 5 day, 2 hour workshops Read More

AIA National Convention Update from AIA-NJ COTE

May 3, 2009

AIA-NJ’s resolution requesting national to define the term environmentally responsible design contained in the new AIA contract documents failed to pass during the regular business session. This cryptic term remains undefined by AIA, leaving professionals exposed potentially because of the vagueness of the terminology and leaving it to others to define the term for us Read More

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Upcoming Events

  1. Historic Rehabilitation – Window Solutions

    November 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  2. South Jersey’s Emerging Professional Committee’s Night of Art

    November 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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    December 7 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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