RSC Architects Project Named "Best of 2009"

February 11, 2010

The Firefighter’s Memorial Park in Union City, NJ was recently given an Award of Merit by New York Construction magazine, and named to their “Best of 2009” list in the Landscape/Urban Design category. The Firefighter’s Memorial Park is a tribute to the North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue firefighters fallen in the line of duty. Read More

Historically Speaking – THE HOUSE THAT BOOZE BUILT

February 11, 2010

By Fred B. Adelson, Ph.D. Professor, Art Department, Rowan University After World War II, Collingswood established itself as a flourishing South Jersey residential community, expanding beyond Haddon Avenue toward the Cooper River. This area, which was originally a vineyard, had become the Camden County Country Club by the early 1900s. Due to increased local opposition Read More

KSS Architects’ Founding Partner Chairs AIA Jury of Fellows

February 11, 2010

PRINCETON, N.J.—The American Institute of Architects appointed KSS Architects founding partner Allan Kehrt, FAIA, LEED AP, as Chair of the 2010 Jury of Fellows. Kehrt is one of three founding partners of the award-winning architectural design and planning firm KSS Architects, which has offices in Princeton, N.J., in Philadelphia. This February Kehrt’s one-year appointment as Read More


February 11, 2010

Farewell Mills Gatsch combines expertise in architectural history and technical innovation to create award-winning contemporary architecture. Princeton, NJ – Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects, LLC is proud to celebrate 35 years of award-winning architecture and begin its 36th year of practice. Since the firm’s founding in 1974, FMG has been widely recognized for the design of Read More

Clarke Caton Hintz Celebrates Grand Opening Of Their New Office Space At the Trenton Masonic Temple

February 11, 2010

Architecture and Planning Firm Commemorates Renovation of Historic Space With Elected Officials and Special Guests TRENTON, N.J. (Jan. 5, 2010) – Clarke Caton Hintz (CCH), an award-winning architecture and planning firm founded in 1979, recently celebrated the grand opening of the firm’s new offices at the Trenton Masonic Temple located at 100 Barrack St. in Read More

AIANJ Emerging Professionals Committee Update – January 2010

February 11, 2010

AIA New Jersey’s Emerging Professionals Committee has launched our web page, Emerging Professionals. Please visit us and send us some feedback. One item of interest for Associate members preparing for the ARE, is our ARE Success Teams. We are very excited about this offering and look forward to a successful, no pun intended, launch this Read More

Steven Leone Joins Spiezle Architectural Group

February 10, 2010

Adds Senior Care Studio and Sustainable Design Expertise Trenton, NJ – Steven Leone, AIA, LEEDap, NJ joins Spiezle Architectural Group as Principal and head of the newly established Senior Care design studio. Leone has more than 25 years of progressive experience in the field of architecture. His varied expertise encompasses the management and design of Read More

Architects Choose Finalists In Design Competition For Newark Visitor’s Center

February 10, 2010

Designs Submitted By Competitors From Around the World NEWARK, N.J. (Dec. 17, 2009) — The Newark and Suburban Architects section of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ), in conjunction with its Emerging Professionals and Young Architects Forum programs, has selected 21 finalists in its design competition for a Newark Visitors Read More

Transforming the Face of Broadcasting–Literally

February 10, 2010

KSS Architects Designs New Learning Lab for WHYY Public Media PHILADELPHIA—KSS Architects is designing the new Learning Lab at WHYY, a state-of-the-art educational facility that will enhance and expand the nationally-acclaimed public media organization’s existing Technology Center on Independence Mall in Center City, Philadelphia. The Learning Lab at WHYY, which includes 7,500 square feet of Read More

NJ Building Code Update

February 4, 2010

Many have heard various rumors about potential new building codes to be adopted by New Jersey. AIA-NJ has contacted NJ-DCA this week regarding and were told that no codes will be adopted in the immediate future. The new governor and administration has put a 90-day freeze on all proposed new building codes in the state. Read More

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