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An Opinion Piece On Ownership Transition

June 29, 2020

An Opinion Piece On Ownership Transition  by Joel Ives, AIA Reprint from the Architects League of Northern New Jersey LEAGUELINE  When I was asked to write an article about ownership transition and/or retirement, I first thought that Leagueline had asked the wrong person, even though my New Jersey architectural license is dated October 1972. I Read More

AIA Members Dean Marchetto, FAIA, PP, and David Minno, AIA, PP, to Present The Design of Multifamily Buildings In a Post-Pandemic World

June 24, 2020

THE DESIGN OF MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS IN A POST PANDEMIC WORLD The Urban Land Institute of Northern New Jersey invites you to an interactive virtual seminar on July 16th at 1:30 for an informative panel discussion on the design of multifamily properties in a post-pandemic world.      July 16 , 2020 1:30-2:30 pm  EST Via Zoom Webinar   Read More

AIA New Jersey Members Asked to Participate in an Auburn University/ US Department of Housing and Urban Development Study

June 11, 2020

AIA New Jersey Members Asked to Participate in an Auburn University / US Department of Housing & Urban Development Study   A collaborative research team from Auburn University is seeking architects familiar with residential construction to complete a short survey related to “aging in place.” Specifically, the survey includes a listing of recommended items to Read More

Practice Advisory on Office ReEntry

June 3, 2020

How to Re-Enter the Traditional Work Environment Reprinted Courtesy of our friends at AIA California Open, open, open Since March 2020, COVID-19 struck and the world had to respond. Architectural firms across California quickly pivoted to remote work environments while frenetically attempting to maintain progress on projects, all the while continue to stay connected to Read More

We’ve got to do what now? Helping developers navigate the new green infrastructure rules

May 20, 2020

We’ve Got to Do What Now? Helping Developers Navigate the New Green Infrastructure Rules   FREE Webinar on May 28th that may be of interest to you…   Curious about what developers need to know to comply with the new NJDEP stormwater rules? Join New Jersey Future and New Jersey Builders Association for a free Read More

AIA New Jersey Public Awareness Committee Offers FREE MEMBER BENEFIT Social Media Webinar on June 9th

May 14, 2020

AIA New Jersey Public Awareness Committee Offers FREE MEMBER BENEFIT Social Media Webinar on June 9th Register by June 6th for AIA NJ’s Social Media for Architects Webinar presented by the Public Awareness Committee.   The event will feature a Zoom panel presentation and discussion introducing ways to make the shift from Social Media Consumer to Read More

New Jersey Architecture Offices Can Reopen on Monday, May 18th As Part of Executive Order 142

May 13, 2020

New Jersey Architecture Offices Can Reopen on Monday, May 18th As Part of Executive Order 142 Starting May 18th, at 6AM, New Jersey architecture firms can return to the office as part of the allowance of non-essential construction resuming per Governor Murphy’s Executive Order no. 142 signed on May 13.  While the order most specifically Read More

AIA New Jersey Selected as a Representative Organization to the Governor’s Restart and Recovery Advisory Council

May 8, 2020

AIA New Jersey Selected as a Representative Organization to the Governor’s Restart and Recovery Advisory Council New Jersey Governor Murphy’s Restart and Recovery Advisory Council has been announced. AIA New Jersey has been selected as a participating organization on the Facilities and Construction  Subcommittee, with Past President and Regional Representative, Michael Hanrahan, AIA, acting on Read More

What Architects Need to Know About the CARES Act

May 6, 2020

What Architects Need to Know About the CARES Act Learn the most important aspects of the CARES Act, and how the AIA is working to help architects during COVID-19, so you can protect your firm.

Mechanic’s Liens and other Payment Avenues during COVID-19

May 6, 2020

Mechanic’s Liens and other Payment Avenues during COVID-19 Learn the basics of mechanic’s liens and other payment options that might be available during COVID-19.  

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