AIA-NJ Blog

New Codes Adopted in New Jersey

September 23, 2010

On September 7, 2010, several new codes were adopted for use in New Jersey including: –  International Building Code New Jersey edition 2009 –  International Residential Code New Jersey edition 2009 –  National Standard Plumbing Code 2009 –  International Energy Conservation Code 2009 –  International Mechanical Code 2009 –  International Fuel Gas Code 2009 To learn more Read More

AIA-NJ 2010 Design Award Winners Announced

September 22, 2010

Congratulations to the 2010 AIA-NJ Design Award winners, announced during the Awards Reception held in Bally’s Atlantic City on September 16th, during the East Coast Green Conference: Merit Awards – Design Build Category Midohaus Architecture Vlahakis Residence, Harvey Cedars, NJ Minervini Vandermark Architecture 360 14th Street, Hoboken, NJ Merit Awards – Interior Architecture Category Hugh Read More

AIA Announces Design for Decades

September 21, 2010

Beginning September 15th, AIA will be accepting submissions for the Design for Decades initiative. This is an opportunity for the AIA to spotlight outstanding global architectural projects. Projects will be displayed online in a virtual exhibition; selected projects can also be featured in venues such as AIA Headquarters, the 2011 National Convention and, with your Read More

FEINBERG & ASSOCIATES, P.C. DONATES PLANS FOR DOMINICS HOUSE

September 14, 2010

Voorhees-based Architectural Firm Designs Accessible House for Mt. Laurel Family MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., Aug. 31, 2010 A simple act of generosity last year has led to an outpouring of support for a family in Mount Laurel, N.J. In order to enable their 8-year-old son, Dominic, to receive the best education through the Mount Laurel school Read More

The Week in Trenton

September 13, 2010

Christie Proposes Ethics Reform Package Governor Christie this week proposed a series of ethics reform measures. The Governor also plans to propose reforms in the areas of pension and benefits, economic development and job creation, and education. Christie’s ethics reform proposal includes: A complete ban on dual office holding, ending the grandfathering of current legislators Read More

Building Design Might Save Earth

September 13, 2010

Climate change is a complicated problem, but New Mexico architect Edward Mazria says the solution is within reach – right in our homes, schools, office buildings and other structures. He founded Architecture 2030, a non-profit research organization that, in his words, looks at “energy, climate change and the economy, and how it all relates to Read More

REMEMBERING LEO!

September 13, 2010

By Raymond R. Heinrich, AIA There are times in a man’s life when you meet another, and find something familiar, at ease, at home, knowing and trusting. Nothing said, you look at his work and he looks at yours and you nod to each other. There are times when an Architect surveys the professional scene Read More

President's Corner

September 13, 2010

I hope you all had time to enjoy the long labor day weekend. School is back in session and AIA-NJ’s Design Day and East Coast Green conference are happening this week. This conference is a timely assessment of where we are at with meeting the first goal of the Architecture 2030 Challenge, reducing emissions in Read More

ERIN COLLINS JOINS BURIC AS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER

September 13, 2010

SOMERVILLE, N.J. Erin Collins, Associate AIA, has joined Buric as an architectural designer. In her new role, Collins uses her knowledge of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and computer-aided design (CAD) to advance clients projects. She supervises the design and development of construction documents, estimates building costs, manages projects, researches materials and building codes, and conducts Read More

Award nominations are open for the following AIA Awards. Guidelines and applications can be found online at aia.org

September 13, 2010

Thomas Jefferson Awards for Public Architecture – Deadline October 8, 2010 Category One – Architects licensed in the United States and practicing in the private sector who have made a significant contribution to the quality of public architecture and who have established a portfolio of accomplishment to that end are eligible to be nominated. Category Read More

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