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Tell FEMA: Climate change is real!

May 2, 2018

Recently, the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) removed the reference to “climate change” from their strategic plan. This is especially troubling considering that FEMA is responsible for coordinating the government’s disaster response. Removal of this key terminology promotes an “alternate reality” and a perception that climate change is not responsible for the increase in many Read More

Meet Megan Pritts, Associate AIA, our new Regional Associate Director

February 6, 2018

  AIA NJ welcomes Megan Pritts, Associate AIA, as the new Regional Associate Director for New Jersey. Megan has previously won a service award for AIA NJ 2016 Intern Architect of the Year and worked side-by-side with Regional Representative, Bruce D. Turner, AIA, to arrange and orchestrate our state and regional congressional visits in 2017.  Read More

AIA NJ Supports NJ Re-entry into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative

January 30, 2018

As licensed architects, we are all working to advance quality of life and protect the health, safety and welfare of the public. AIA NJ stands for a sustainable future. The efforts of our statewide professional committees reinforce our commitment to our Value Statements. Our Committee on the Environment (COTE) is devoted to educating our members Read More

Reflections on 2017

January 13, 2018

  Today marks the formal installation of the new AIA-NJ Board at the 2018 Awards Gala at Clark’s Landing in Point Pleasant. As we prepare to celebrate, let’s take a moment to reflect on our progress over the last 12 months… 2017 was a very productive year! AIA NJ pledged our commitment to AIA’s Values: equity Read More

The 2017 AIA QUAD Conference is a Great Success

November 16, 2017

If your office was a little quiet at the end of last week, perhaps your colleagues were participating in the 2017 AIA QUAD States conference in Albany, New York. This program was a joint venture between AIA New Jersey, AIA New York State, AIA Pennsylvania and AIA Connecticut.   The evening before the conference, AIA Read More

CALL TO ACTION, AIA NJ Members: Join LAN Today!

November 3, 2017

A  d  v  o  c  a  c  y     C  e  n  t  e  r Prevent Architecture Firms From Paying Higher Taxes Congressional leaders have unveiled a plan to rewrite our nation’s tax code, but thousands of architecture firms could be excluded from lower tax rates. We need to tell Congress – right now – Read More

In the 5 Years since Hurricane Sandy, AIA-NJ has Increased their Commitment to Resiliency

October 29, 2017

  “AIA-NJ is really a model of how to get it done after a disaster.” ~ Illya Azaraoff, AIA Contributors: Illya Azaraoff, AIA; Bruce Turner, AIA; Justin Mihalik, AIA and Laurence Parisi, AIA Editor: Stacey Kliesch, AIA   In 2012, in the weeks and months following Superstorm Sandy, AIA-NJ’s members were getting back on their feet. Read More

New Jersey State Board of Architects Gains Three New Board Members and One Reappointment

October 26, 2017

The New Jersey Governor’s Appointments office has recently announced Governor Christies’ appointments to the NJ State Board of Architects. Please join AIA NJ in recognizing: Appointee Peter Dorne (Harding Township, Morris) Appointee Robert Cozzarelli, AIA (Belleville, Essex) Reappointee Albert Zaccone, AIA (North Haledon, Passaic) Appointee Thomas Fantacone, AIA (Short Hills, Essex) Gentlemen, your service to Read More

AIANJ Visit with Congressman Pascrell

September 11, 2017

Bob Cozzarelli, AIA and Larry Parisi, AIA meeting with Congressman Bill Pascrell in his New Jersey District Office September 5th to discuss key issues concerning AIA and the federal government

AIA NJ takes action to protect New Jersey from New Executive Order that exposes Government Infrastructure to Flood Risk

August 17, 2017

On Tuesday, August 15, President Trump issued a new executive order that rolls back Obama-era protections put in place to ensure that government-funded infrastructure projects in flood prone areas would be less exposed to flooding and the effects of climate change. Read more on this executive order here. Illya Azaroff, AIA Regional Recovery Work Group, and Read More

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