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AIA New Jersey Creates Task Force on Lightweight Wood-Framed Construction

March 22, 2015

  TRENTON, N.J. (March 2015) — In the aftermath of the Avalon Edgewater Building Fire, the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) has announced the formation of a task force of member architects to review possible improvements to design practices and building codes and standards in order to enhance building safety Read More

AIA Small Firm Round Table Seeks Case Studies

February 16, 2012

The AIA Small Firm Round Table (AIA SFRT) is seeking case studies of small firm collaboration to include in both an AIA Convention program and an article for the next edition of the AIA Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice. Responding architects should send a short description of their experience (whether positive or a “learning experience”) Read More

Architectural Intern or Architectural Designer: What’s the Difference?

September 27, 2011

By David Del Vecchio, AIA, Chair, AIA/NJ Legislative & Government Affairs Committee A recent discussion on LinkedIn asked whether anyone claiming twelve years of experience working in the field of architecture can call themselves “architectural designer”. I gave this subject much thought, and while I sympathize with graduates pursuing their licenses (or not, for whatever Read More

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