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Gustav Stickley Nominated For NJ Hall of Fame

November 18, 2010

Michael Graves, FAIA, became the first Architect member to the New Jersey Hall of Fame in 2010, another architect is on the nominees list for 2011.  This year Gustav Stickley, renowned architect and furniture maker who became the leading spokesperson for the American Craftsman movement was nominated for the NJ Hall of Fame this year. Vote for Read More

2012 NJ Historic Preservation Conference

November 17, 2010

2012 NJ Historic Preservation Conference Call for Sessions: 2011 NJ Historic Preservation Conference The 2011 conference planning committee is seeking proposals for the annual historic preservation conference.  The conference will be held on Friday, June 3, 2011 at Monmouth University.  Proposals may be submitted for an individual presentation, a panel session or in workshop format Read More

High School Design Competition

November 14, 2010

NJIT is resurrecting their High School Design Competition for submissions by the end of March 2011. It is an open competition encouraging creativity in the design profession (both architecture and design). They will have awards that include paid tuition for their summer architecture and design program. AIANJ is helping to get the word out about Read More

Comment Period for Changes to the NJ Regulations Governing Architects Ends Soon

November 10, 2010

Below is a link to the proposed re-adoption of the regulations governing the practice of architecture. You will note that while most of the regulation is being readopted without change some changes included in the document may affect you practice and license. For example, AIA/NJ will be commenting on issues involving the acceptance and process Read More

AIA Comment Period on Project Delivery Position Statement Ends Friday

November 10, 2010

AIA is currently conducting a public comment period on proposed revisions to the Project Delivery Position Statement. The statement is intended to represent the Institute’s policy viewpoint on all forms of alternative project delivery methods. Significant revisions to the existing statement have been proposed. The 60-day comment period started in mid-September and will end on Read More

5th Annual Mid-Atlantic Buildings & Management Show

October 25, 2010

5th Annual (MABFM) www.mabfm.com Mid-Atlantic Buildings & Management Show & Conference November 3 & 4, 2010 Garden State Exhibit Center – Somerset, NJ Attend the 5th Annual MABFM – FREE to AIA-NJ members and print the coupon attached, take it with you for a free lunch while at the show. AIA – NJ Chapter_VIP Pass Read More

IGCC Comment Period Open

October 25, 2010

When public version 2 is released by the IGCC in a little over two weeks, AIA will be combing through the text, which incorporates changes made by the Public Comment Committee’s dispositions during the first public hearing, but there are a number of important issues that we can already start examining in detail in preparation Read More

Rutgers Center for Green Building – Job Opening

October 14, 2010

Job Title: RESEARCH PROJECT COORDINATOR Job Description: Reports to the Director of the Rutgers Center for Green Building. Is responsible for independent report writing and analysis, performing applied research tasks, coordinating project activities and personnel, preparing proposals, and updating web content and center communications materials. Deals with highly specialized technical, economic, and policy topics associated Read More

Pro-Bono Architect Needed

October 14, 2010

Strengthen Our Sisters is a grassroots, community based, nonprofit, 155 bed shelter program serving homeless/battered women and children. Strengthen Our Sisters emergency shelters needs a pro bono architect ASAP for a very small job. The location is Wanaque, NJ in upper Passaic County. In order to make 2 bedrooms warmer / usable, we want to Read More

Carnegie Center West exceeds sustainability target for Princeton mixed-use development

October 14, 2010

Carnegie Center West, a 103-acre mixed-use development in West Windsor, has earned LEED-NC Gold Certification from the US Green Building Council. KlingStubbins served as base building architect on the project for Boston Properties, Inc., to be occupied by Princeton University. Torcon, Inc., served as the construction team. The project surpassed the initial target of LEED Read More

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