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Governor Murphy’s Executive Order No. 192 Will Have an Impact on All New Jersey Companies

October 29, 2020

Governor Murphy’s Executive Order No. 192 Will Have an Impact on All New Jersey Companies Governor Murphy has signed Executive Order No. 192, mandating private and public companies to implement uniform health and safety standards to protect all workers against the coronavirus.  This order goes into effect at 6:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 5.  The Read More

The American Institute of Architects New Jersey Public Awareness Committee Presents Healthcare Design in a Post-Pandemic World

October 28, 2020

The American Institute of Architects New Jersey Public Awareness Committee Presents Healthcare Design in a Post-Pandemic World November 5, 12:30 – 1:30 PM           Presenters: Ben Lee, AIA, ACHA, ASHE, PP, LEED AP; Hollis Madara, AIA, RN, ACC; and Donna Terzano, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP Click HERE to register for the webinar.  Read More

The Application Process is Open for the FEMA BRIC

October 28, 2020

Apply for FEMA BRIC The application process is open for the FEMA BRIC (Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities)….there are hundreds of millions of dollars available….and the BEST PART OF IT ALL is that code adoptions and administration qualify for this program….don’t miss out!  Get ahold of your respective Disaster Recovery/Emergency Management/Homeland Security/Flood Czar….and let them Read More

AIANJ 2020 Design Awards

October 21, 2020

AIA New Jersey 2020 Design Awards The AIANJ 2020 Design Day was held virtually on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. Featuring an  inspiring keynote address from  KAI-UWE BERGMANN, FAIA Partner at BIG.       The program ended with the annual AIANJ Design Awards announcement.   Thank you to all the participants in the 2020 AIA Read More

In Memoriam – Daniel Rew, AIA

October 21, 2020

Daniel Bernard Rew, AIA In Memoriam September 06, 1960 – October 12, 20   Daniel B. Rew, 60, died peacefully at home with his family in Bay Head, NJ on October 12, 2020.  He spent the last year with family and friends, painting, baking, and walking in between treatments for colon cancer. Dan was born Read More

Shore Point Architecture, PA Job Opportunities

October 21, 2020

Shore Point Architecture, PA Job Opportunities Shore Point Architecture, PA is seeking highly motivated individuals who would like to join a fast-growing architectural firm designing across a wide range of project types. Applicants should be looking for an opportunity to serve in all aspects of project development from design through the preparation of construction documents.  Read More

Dean Marchetto, FAIA, and Dave Minno, AIA, Present The Design of Multi-family Buildings in a Post Pandemic World Webinar

October 21, 2020

Dean Marchetto, FAIA, and Dave Minno, AIA, Present The Design of Multi-family Buildings in a Post Pandemic World Webinar The AIA NJ Public Awareness Committee is hosting a series of free webinars for developers, business owners, facility managers, operators, and users to assist them in facility design changes that can be anticipated in our post-pandemic Read More

William J. Martin, AIA, Talks Giving Back Through Mentorship with Young Architect’s Michael Riscica, AIA

October 21, 2020

William J. Martin, AIA, Talks Giving Back Through Mentorship with Young Architect’s Michael Riscica, AIA Click HERE to listen to the Podcast Visit Young Architect by clicking HERE.    The Following is by Michael Riscica, AIA, of Young Architect…   Bill Martin can remember precisely when he first felt an interest in architecture. He was Read More

In Memory of Paul D. Remus, AIA, NCARB

October 20, 2020

In Memory of Paul D. Remus, AIA, NCARB Paul D. Remus passed away on August 7, 2020, at the age of 82, from COVID-19. Mr. Remus is survived by his dear partner, Lynn, his 3 children, their spouses and his 5 grandchildren. Mr. Remus was a licensed architect for more than 55 years, a member Read More

John Hatch, FAIA, To Present a Free, Member Benefit Webinar on Racism and Its Impact on the American City:  Trenton as a Case Study  

October 19, 2020

John Hatch, FAIA, To Present a Free, Member Benefit Webinar on Racism and Its Impact on the American City:  Trenton as a Case Study This course is approved for 1 AIA LU/HSW Using our capital city, Trenton, as a case study, this presentation traces how racism has negatively impacted the development and progress of American Read More

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