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AIA New Jersey Legal Counsel Lawrence P. Powers Advises on Office Design Standard of Care In the Covid-19 Era

May 4, 2020

AIA New Jersey Legal Counsel Advises on Office Design Standard of Care In the Covid-19 Era by Lawrence P. Powers, Esq.  Change is coming. Years of architectural experience in the design of commercial office space, restaurants and schools are going to be tested by the advent of Covid-19, and this test will not be the Read More

Recognizing International Firefighters’ Day

May 4, 2020

Recognizing International Firefighters’ Day May 4th is the day set aside for recognizing and honoring the sacrifice and service of firefighters, International Firefighters’ Day (IFFD). It is also a day in which current and past firefighters can be thanked for their contributions. Pin on a blue and red ribbon, thank a firefighter, and learn more Read More

NJ DCA Construction Inspection Certifications by NJ Architects

April 1, 2020

NJ DCA Construction Inspection Certifications by NJ Architects   On March 24th, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs issued a guidance document setting forth the procedure for dealing with ongoing construction projects during COVID-19.    Update from New Jersey Department of Community Affairs for Ongoing Construction Projects and COVID-19 Issued on March 24, 2020 Read More

AIA National COVID-19 Resources

April 1, 2020

COVID-19 Resources   This is the first in a new weekly series from AIA National dedicated to AIA’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re curating the content you’re asking for—working remotely, business continuity, economic updates, relief for our industry, and more—to help you adapt your practice, minimize disruptions, keep projects moving, and protect your business. Read More

Architect Standard of Care Relative to Site Visits During the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 1, 2020

Architect Standard of Care Relative to Site Visits During the COVID-19 Pandemic Architecture firms are undoubtedly facing many challenges and decisions as they deal with the impact of COVID-19. Most architecture firms are working remotely, either by their own choice or at the direction of local authorities. However, many construction projects are continuing. Architects and Read More

Hurricane Season 2019 Has Come to an End

November 30, 2019

Hurricane Season 2019 Has Come to an End   New Jersey survived hurricane season 2019 but we are only 6 months away from the next. Take some time this winter to increase your expertise in sustainability, hazard mitigation, resilience, and climate adaptation with the resources available to you from AIA.  Increasing your knowledge makes you Read More

Suzanne DiGeronimo, FAIA, On Super Storm Sandy

October 29, 2019

Suzanne DiGeronimo, FAIA, On Super Storm Sandy             Who can forget Super Storm Sandy, seven years ago October 29, 2012?  It was a storm surge convergence of three environmental effects, low pressure, high tide, and a full moon.  Storm surge whips up sea volume off coast, so the 14-foot-high tides Read More

AIA Encourages Support for the Victims of Hurricane Dorian

September 6, 2019

AIA Encourages Support for the Victims of Hurricane Dorian On behalf of the AIA Disaster Assistance Committee, many thanks to those of you as well as several members and components asking about ways to contribute to those impacted by Dorian.  We’ve included some basic information on AIA’s Disaster Updates webpage:  https://www.aia.org/pages/145421-hurricane-harvey-updates-from-aias-disaste Because this network is all Read More

Sustainability and Resiliency: Verity Frizzell, FAIA

April 22, 2019

Sustainability and Resiliency: Verity Frizzell, FAIA, for Bay Head, NJ, Camp Osborne Sustainable Design Assessment Team, Commitment 2030 Education and East Coast Green Conference   Day two of National Architecture Week 2019 is EARTH DAY! Today we share how architects design sustainable projects that will help us reach our 2030 Commitment goals. In the Sustainability Read More

My homage to Michael Lingerfelt, FAIA

July 5, 2018

My homage to Michael Lingerfelt, FAIA A great man, husband, father, grandfather, architect, colleague & friend.  By Laurence E. Parisi, AIA When Superstorm Sandy devastated New Jersey in 2012, it reassured us how relevant Disaster Training is for the Architectural Community, enabling us to better serve the people of New Jersey. We quickly organized and Read More

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